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14 Mar
Treatment Team Administrative Volunteer
Brisbane, Melbourne, Hobart, Sydney

​​​Stroke is one of Australia’s biggest killers and a leading cause of disability amongst adults. There are approximately 56,000 new and recurrent strokes each year in Australia with one occurring every 9 minutes. Stroke affects people of all ages but predominantly occurs in the elderly. There are almost 475,000 people living after stroke in Australia. Despite public misperception, there are proven treatments for stroke prevention and recovery.  

The Stroke Foundation is a national not-for-profit organisation that works with stroke survivors, carers, health professionals, government and the public to reduce the impact of stroke on the Australian community.  Our mission is to prevent stroke, save lives and enhance recovery. We are the voice of stroke in Australia. 

Our Values of Courage, Excellence, Compassion, Integrity and Leadership are an integral part of ou​r culture, brand and positioning, and inform our decisions and behaviours in our dealings internally within the organisation, and externally with our stakeholders.​

About the program

The StrokeLink program ensures all health professionals working in stroke care understand evidence-based care and use education and quality improvement data, tools and processes to measure adherence and to implement better quality care. This is achieved through a range of services, including

  •  Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management

  • National Stroke Audit.

  • InformMe, a website for health professionals providing evidence-based stroke education, training, and information. 

Roles a​nd Responsibilities

Supporting StrokeLink and National Audit teams, you will maintain systems, processes and organisation of information by:

  • Updating and ensuring accuracy of information in Salesforce

  • Liaising with the Salesforce Team regarding systems changes requested by the StrokeLink Team

  • Running regular reports to support StrokeLink and Audit team activity

  • Assisting with other administration tasks as requested​

Program targets and objectives

By maintaining program records and information, you will support the Quality Improvement team to deliver agreed work plans and reports.

Your background, skills and experience

You will be a customer-focussed person who enjoys working in a team office environment.  Specifically, you will have

  • Highly developed administration, organisation and time management skill

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Experience with Salesforce (or other CRMs

  • Ability to use Microsoft packages including Outlook (email), Word and Excel

  • Helpful and courteous manner

  • Ability to work in a team or independently.

The Stroke Foundation embraces cultural diversity and strongly encourages suitably qualified people from all cultural backgrounds to apply.​