HealthPathways GP Clinical Editor

Applications are currently being accepted
  • Contribute to an exciting new initiative which will improve the quality, accessibility and efficiency of the patients’ journey
  • Be part of an exciting new health charity organisation
  • Part time position (up to 16 hours per week)

HealthPathways Illawarra Shoalhaven is an online clinical guidelines portal primarily for use by GPs at the point of care. The name HealthPathways reflects the referral lines or ‘pathways’ which connect patients to the right care, at the right time, with the right healthcare provider. Each pathway provides information on how to assess and manage medical conditions, and when required, how to request specialist care and input from other services in the local area.

The Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District and COORDINARE - South Eastern NSW PHN have joined together in funding this initiative in order to improve the quality, accessibility and efficiency of the patients’ journey. 

The role

The project team is now looking for additional GP Clinical Editors for up to 16 hours per week.  This role will involve liaising with specialists and other subject matter experts to gather the required clinical information and referral process for various pathways, compiling relevant information into a pathway and incorporating feedback from key stakeholders as well as participating in clinical working groups.

More information

For further information about this opportunity see the position description or contact Linda Livingstone on 1300 069 002. Applications should include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and be sent to

  • How to Apply

    COORDINARE is committed to fair, equitable, merit-based recruitment practices to ensure we select the best people with the most appropriate skills, knowledge and qualities for our organisation.

    1. Read the position description

    The position description describes the responsibilities of the role. It includes selection criteria which are the qualifications, skills and experience required to successfully carry out the role. 

    Before you apply, read the position description to determine whether the job is right for you and if you have the right skills and experience for the role.

    2. Address the selection criteria in your cover letter

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    3. Include an up-to-date resumé / curriculum vitae

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    4. Speak to the Contact Person

    Telephone the contact person to ask questions about anything that you do not understand about the position and to find out more about the work environment/ conditions.

    5. Find out more about the organisation

    Read information about our organisation from the website so that you understand what we do, our values and our key priorities.