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Listed: Tue 17, August Applications Due: Fri 17 September 2021, 12AM

Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia (AHCWA)
  • Location: , WA
  • Salary: $86,569.58 - $98,112.19 per annum + superannuation + salary sacrifice
  • Contact name: Kimberley Biggs
  • Contact email: kimberley.biggs@ahcwa.org
  • Contact phone: 0432 746 883

Full Time

The Senior Policy Officer – Closing the Gap, reports to the Project Manager – Closing the Gap. The role sits within the newly established Closing the Gap Social Services team, which is responsible for managing the establishment of a consortium of Western Australian Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations (WA ACCOs) with social services representation from, at a minimum, the housing, disability and early childhood care and development sectors.

To be considered for this position, you must have:
- Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline (community development, social science, public health, public policy etc.) and/or equivalent knowledge and skills.
- Minimum 2-3 years’ experience working in a health, social or public policy environment in a similar role.
- Demonstrated skills in providing strategic policy advice.
- Considerable skills and practical experience in the formulation, development, analysis and evaluation of policy.
- Excellent written communication skills, including the ability to prepare high-quality written materials including submissions, position papers, briefing notes, reports and correspondence.
- Highly developed interpersonal skills including negotiation and consultation skills, and the ability to proactively establish and sustain effective stakeholder relationships.
- Excellent time management skills, with the ability to manage competing priorities and meet strict deadlines.
- High level of initiative with the ability to be proactive and work autonomously as required.
- Strong computer skills with advanced Microsoft Office skills in Outlook, Work, Excel and PowerPoint.
- Demonstrated ability to uphold the principles of cultural sensitivity including an ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

To view the full position description and selection criteria visit https://www.ahcwa.org.au

 

Listed: Tue 17, August Applications Due: Fri 17 September 2021, 12AM

Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia (AHCWA)
  • Location: , WA
  • Salary: $86,569.58 - $98,112.19 per annum + superannuation + salary sacrifice
  • Contact name: Kimberley Biggs
  • Contact email: kimberley.biggs@ahcwa.org
  • Contact phone: 0432 746 883

Full Time

The Senior Policy Officer reports to the Policy and Strategy Manager, and is accountable to the Chief Executive Officer. The role is primarily responsible for taking a lead role in providing strategic advice on policy matters pertaining to national and state level policies that will impact the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people in WA.

To be considered for this position, you must have:

- A Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline (community development, social science, public health, public policy etc.) and/or equivalent knowledge and skills.
- Minimum 2-3 years’ experience working in a health, social or public policy environment in a similar role.
- Demonstrated skills in providing strategic policy advice.
- Considerable skills and practical experience in the formulation, development, analysis and evaluation of policy.
- Excellent written communication skills, including the ability to prepare high-quality written materials including submissions, position papers, briefing notes, reports and correspondence.
- Highly developed interpersonal skills including negotiation and consultation skills, and the ability to proactively establish and sustain effective stakeholder relationships.
- Excellent time management skills, with the ability to manage competing priorities and meet strict deadlines.
- High level of initiative with the ability to be proactive and work autonomously as required.
- Strong computer skills with advanced Microsoft Office skills in Outlook, Work, Excel and PowerPoint.
- Demonstrated ability to uphold the principles of cultural sensitivity including an ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

To view the full position description and selection criteria, visit www.ahcwa.org.au

Listed: Tue 17, August Applications Due: Fri 17 September 2021, 12AM

Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia (AHCWA)
  • Location: , WA
  • Salary: $86,569.58 - $98,112.19 per annum + superannuation + salary sacrifice
  • Contact name: Kimberley Biggs
  • Contact email: kimberley.biggs@ahcwa.org
  • Contact phone: 0432 746 883

Full Time

The Senior Policy Officer - Mental Health reports to the Policy and Strategy Manager and is accountable to the Chief Executive Officer. The role is responsible for maintaining expert knowledge and awareness of issues, trends and legislative changes across national and state policy issues relating to mental health policy matters, and will take a lead role in providing strategic advice on policy matters that will impact the mental health and social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal people in WA.

The occupant is also responsible for advocacy and stakeholder engagement regarding mental health and social and emotional wellbeing services, on behalf of the Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia (AHCWA). This position will support AHCWA by representing the interests of Aboriginal Western Australians in a range of forums to influence government policy and programs and partner with stakeholders to achieve improved mental health outcomes.

To view the full position description and selection criteria visit https://www.ahcwa.org.au

Listed: Tue 17, August Applications Due: Fri 17 September 2021, 12AM

Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia (AHCWA)
  • Location: , WA
  • Salary: $78,489.75 - $86,569.58 per annum pro rata + superannuation + salary sacrifice
  • Contact name: Kimberley Biggs
  • Contact email: kimberley.biggs@ahcwa.org
  • Contact phone: 0432 746 883

Part time

The Policy Officer – Closing the Gap, reports to the Project Manager – Closing the Gap. The role sits within the newly established Closing the Gap Social Services team, which is responsible for managing the establishment of a consortium of Western Australian Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations (WA ACCOs) with social services representation from, at a minimum, the housing, disability and early childhood care and development sectors.

To be considered for this position, you must have:

- Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline (community development, social science, public health, public policy etc.) and/or equivalent knowledge, experience and skills.
- Considerable skills and experience in the formulation, analysis and evaluation of policy.
- Excellent written communication skills, including the ability to prepare high-quality written materials including submissions, position papers, briefing notes, reports and correspondence.
- Highly developed interpersonal skills, and the ability to proactively establish and sustain effective stakeholder relationships.
- Excellent time management skills, with the ability to manage competing priorities and meet strict deadlines.
- High level of initiative with the ability to be proactive and work autonomously as required.
- Strong computer skills with advanced Microsoft Office skills in Outlook, Work, Excel and PowerPoint.
- Demonstrated ability to uphold the principles of cultural sensitivity including an ability to communicate effectively and respectfully with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

To view the full position description and selection criteria visit https://www.ahcwa.org.au

Listed: Fri 27, August Applications Due: Wed 15 September 2021, 12AM

Macquarie University
  • Location: , NSW
  • Salary: $86,851 to $95,869 (HEW Level 6)
  • Contact name: Bamini Gopinath
  • Contact email: bamini.gopinath@mq.edu.au
  • Contact phone:

Full time

Exciting opportunity for an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Project Officer to manage and contribute to the development and implementation of Macquarie University Hearing specific projects.

Reporting to the Senior Research Project Manager, the Project Officer will play an important role in supporting the Macquarie University Hearing team, in the development and conduct of ear health component of The Australian Eye and Ear Health.

Key responsibilities include:
- Working with the Eye Health Survey Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Project Officer, develop and support the execution of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander survey projects to meet project milestones.
- Coordinate project activities including resourcing requirements, participant recruitment and training staff, relevant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ethics, and governance applications.
- Undertake research, data gathering and analysis as relevant to each project.
- Develop and implement project deliverables, including the creation of resources, tools which support implementation and associated process improvement initiatives.

Note: Frequent domestic travel is required (including rural and remote Australia)

Listed: Fri 27, August Applications Due: Fri 17 September 2021, 12AM

Durri ACMS
  • Location: Kempsey, NSW
  • Salary: CONTACT
  • Contact name: Alicia Stewart
  • Contact email: alicia.stewart@durri.org.au
  • Contact phone: (02) 65602355

Full time

The Nurse Supervisor will provide support to ensure the effective daily operation of ANFPP including working with the Program Manager, Family Partnership Worker and Administration Officer to assign and monitor caseloads, provide supervision of visits, participation in team meetings, use of data systems, including the accurate and timely input of program data, assistance with production of fidelity reports and others as required and participate and conduct reflective practice.

The key objectives of the role include:

• Providing support and assistance to the Australian Nurse Family Partnership Program staff and partners of eligible clients.
• Assist in the coordination, the development and implementation of the ANFPP and model a strength-based, culturally safe, and client-centred program to achieve operational outcomes.
• Working in collaboration with existing programs within Durri ACMS as well as external service providers and organisations.
• Represent Durri ACMS at ANFPP Nurse Supervisor meetings and providing feedback to Programs Manager and ANFPP Staff.
• Manage a case load of clients under supervision of the Program Manager.
• Contribute significantly to the holistic health and resilience of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander infants and to the empowerment of their mothers and families.

Listed: Tue 31, August Applications Due: Thu 23 September 2021, 12AM

Public Health Aboriginal Health Practitioner (Male Identified)

Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal Corporation
  • Location: , NT
  • Salary: $92,533 - $102,567
  • Contact name: Anastasia Power
  • Contact email: hr@anyinginyi.com.au
  • Contact phone: 0889622633

Full time

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

• Apply the Aboriginal cultural framework and adhere to community specific protocols in all aspects of work.
• Work with Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal Corporation clinical services to ensure timely and appropriate internal and external STI index and contact referrals.
• Support the Anyinginyi Health clinical services and work collaboratively to ensure that the SH & BBV program activities and KPl’s are integrated into all of the appropriate services division sectional operational plans.
• Coordinate with clinical staff the management of the point of care testing program.
• Support, implement, review and facilitate the policies and procedures which reflect current best practice relating to SH& BBV including the coordination and monitoring of the reports, liaise with key SH&BBV stakeholders within and external to Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal Corporation.
• Undertake opportunistic control efforts for STI and BBV (secondary).
• Consider the long-term sustainable response to STI and BBV issues in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, in-line with the National BBV and STI Strategies for 2018-22 (tertiary), with the ultimate goal of reducing rates of STI and BBV to a sustainably low level.
• Develop and maintain effective networks, alliances and relationships with families, individuals, communities and health sector organisations.
• Implement strategies to increase the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people getting tested for syphilis, including frequency of testing to control the infectious syphilis cases across Barkly region.
• Build workforce capacity to increase testing, treatment and health promotion of syphilis by:
- Providing orientation and education to clinicians on Sexual Health Clinical Management.
- Involve traditional elders and leaders in promoting STI and BBV awareness in the communities.
- Initiate and participate in health promotion activities aimed at individual and population health preventative initiatives, ensuring all program material and content is up to date, appropriate, relevant and engaging for the target audience.
- Work closely with all clinicians in the Anyinginyi Men’s Clinic to improve engagement and access by Aboriginal clients to health services and the attendance for necessary recalls;

Listed: Tue 31, August Applications Due: Sun 12 September 2021, 12AM

Katungul Aboriginal Corporation Regional Health and Community Services
  • Location: , NSW
  • Salary: CONTACT
  • Contact name: Natalie Carrington
  • Contact email: hello@bloomhr.com.au
  • Contact phone: 0439 626 393

Full time

The role is based in Bega and will be the senior leader on site to provide overall community, staff and operational leadership. Head office is in Narooma with clinics also in Batemans Bay and Wallaga Lake and travel throughout the region is essential.

This role is a 2IC to the CEO with executive level accountability across a number of key result areas outlined below. The objective of the role is to improve health outcomes of Aboriginal Australians within the Katungul region of influence and develop and implement new services and programs which address the health needs of Aboriginal people.

• Staff leadership, coordination, resourcing and performance (5 direct reports)
• Development of the clinical business plan and interventions that drives the delivery of community and government health targets
• Financial management;managing operational budgets, forecasting, funding agreements and reporting
• Customer experience;patient journey mapping and improvement from triage to billing, satisfaction and service.
• Service coordination - strategic partnerships with local health providers (SLA's/MOU's)
• Research and development (using government and Coordinare data) and policy development
• Service growth by contributing to grant applications, new ideas and concepts with the executive team and coordinating marketing and social media activity with the marketing manager and CEO
• Quality service standards and compliance with relevant legal and contractual requirements.
• Oversee clinical and health service risks, mitigation and management

The ideal person will have experience in leadership in an Aboriginal health organisation and qualifications in Health Administration or a related discipline. You will have strong IT skills, excellent knowledge of Aboriginal culture and issues affecting Aboriginal people and the ability to research, develop and evaluate relevant health service policies, procedures and standards.

The role is remunerated under the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers and Practitioners and Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services Award 2020 [MA000115].

Listed: Tue 31, August Applications Due: Fri 17 September 2021, 12AM

Durri ACMS

Full time

The Nurse Supervisor will provide support to ensure the effective daily operation of ANFPP including working with the Program Manager, Family Partnership Worker and Administration Officer to assign and monitor caseloads, provide supervision of visits, participation in team meetings, use of data systems, including the accurate and timely input of program data, assistance with production of fidelity reports and others as required and participate and conduct reflective practice.

The key objectives of the role include:

• Providing support and assistance to the Australian Nurse Family Partnership Program staff and partners of eligible clients.
• Assist in the coordination, the development and implementation of the ANFPP and model a strength-based, culturally safe, and client-centred program to achieve operational outcomes.
• Working in collaboration with existing programs within Durri ACMS as well as external service providers and organisations.
• Represent Durri ACMS at ANFPP Nurse Supervisor meetings and providing feedback to Programs Manager and ANFPP Staff.
• Manage a case load of clients under supervision of the Program Manager.
• Contribute significantly to the holistic health and resilience of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander infants and to the empowerment of their mothers and families.

Listed: Wed 1, September Applications Due: Thu 30 September 2021, 12AM

AHP

Mawarnkarra Health Service
  • Location: , WA
  • Salary: $84,312.00pa - Package
  • Contact name: Jennie Mason
  • Contact email: hrofficer@mhs.org.au
  • Contact phone: (08) 9182 0833

Full time

The role of the Aboriginal Health Practitioner is to enhance the clinical services provided to clients of Mawarnkarra with the aim of improving health outcomes for Aboriginal people of the area.

SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND ATTRIBUTES
• Motivation to provide service excellence.
• Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
• Good interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal).
• A demonstrated capacity to improve skills in working effectively, positively and collaboratively within a multi-disciplinary team.
• Ability to prioritise workload and demonstrated organisational skills.
• Commitment to ongoing participation in education, professional development, evidence based research and quality assurance.

DUTIES
1. Clinical and other services
2. Education and health promotion
3. Infection control
4. Administrative duties
5. Quality improvement activities
6. Professional responsibilities

Listed: Wed 1, September Applications Due: Thu 30 September 2021, 12AM

Environmental Health Officer x 2

Mawarnkarra Health Service
  • Location: , WA
  • Salary: $66,810.00pa Package
  • Contact name: Jennie Mason
  • Contact email: hrofficer@mhs.org.au
  • Contact phone: (08) 9182 0833

Full time

To ensure that communities remain ‘environmentally healthy’ through regular checking of housing, drinking water, waste water systems, solid waste systems, pest control, animal management such as dog health, emergency management and including health promotion.

DUTIES

1. Environmental health


Ø Promote and implement environmental and public health amenity and safety standards.
Ø Provide services to clients and community members that assist them to keep hygienic and safe living conditions for example conduct garden cleaning and rubbish removal programs.
Ø Conduct projects including but not limited to, dog and cat breeding controls, domestic animal hygiene control, mosquito management, noise, wastewater and other matters relevant to Environmental Health.
Ø Assist with Health Promotional activities as requested.
Ø Provide excellent client service and deal effectively with other employees and members of the community.
Ø Liaise with stakeholders such as council officers and visiting specialists such as vets
Ø Contribute to Mawarnkarra’s overall objectives and achievement of goals and assist other staff where appropriate.
Ø Assist other Environmental Health Officers with the performance of their duties and work within a team environment.
Ø Enter data on programs to a high standard of efficiency and in a manner consistent with the policies of the organization.
Ø Provide reports as requested and required from time to time.


2. Professional responsibilities

Ø Maintain the highest standards of professional conduct.
Ø Help reduce the risk of spread of infection by providing a clean and safe environment.
Ø Demonstrate an understanding of and compliance with all Mawarnkarra policies and procedures.
Participate in maintaining a safe working environment.

Listed: Wed 1, September Applications Due: Tue 14 September 2021, 12AM

Durri ACMS
  • Location: , NSW
  • Salary: CONTACT
  • Contact name: Celia Griffen
  • Contact email: celia.griffen@durri.org.au
  • Contact phone: (02) 65986804

Full time

This position is responsible for assisting Aboriginal families with a range of health and health related matters, identifying ways to improve health outcomes, working within the Child Health Program and with the Child Health team, and clients, to ensure the achievement of agreed program performance indicators and improvement of health outcomes of clients. The key objectives of the role include:
• Ensure child health care is delivered in a culturally appropriate and culturally safe manner to the community;• Ensure that educational and promotional components of the program are effective and culturally appropriate;• Plan and implement care components with the Child Health Nurses;and
• Assess and improve child health and family health in the Aboriginal community.

Listed: Thu 2, September Applications Due: Sun 19 September 2021, 12AM

First Supports Worker

Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative

Full time

First Supports Worker (New position)

Role purpose
• The First Supports Worker will undertake comprehensive assessments and focused solely on children and young people in statutory kinship placements.
• Provide family services support and recommendations to Child Protection about the suitability of a kinship care placement, carers’ ability to meet the needs of the child and engagement in planning regarding maintenance and placement.
• Provide family services support to kinship placements to ensure their ongoing stability, safety and developmental needs.
• Assist the kinship family by providing information, advice, advocacy and to promote the child or young person’s connection to culture.

Minimum qualifications required to be considered for this position include: Tertiary qualification in Community Services, Social Work, Youth Work or related discipline;or working toward obtaining qualification.

Salary Packaging is a benefit available for Part or Full Time Employees
The successful applicant will be subject to comprehensive reference and background checks including National Police Check.

Listed: Fri 3, September Applications Due: Tue 21 September 2021, 12AM

Casual Chef Cook

Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative

Full time

Chef/Cook
Casual – Daytime hours and weekends (No split shifts or night shifts)

We are searching for a passionate and motivated Chef / Cook to join our team

Role purpose:
• Food safety and the provision of a variety of quality foods and beverages to meet resident’s individual needs and enjoyment of food.
• The ideal candidate for this hands-on role would be an experienced and enthusiastic person with a passion for high-quality fresh nutritional cooked meals.
• Understanding and knowledge of Aboriginal culture


Minimum qualifications required to be considered for this position include: Trade Cook Certificate or equivalent

Salary Packaging is a benefit available for Part or Full Time Employees
The successful applicant will be subject to comprehensive reference and background checks including National Police Check.

Listed: Mon 6, September Applications Due: Sun 26 September 2021, 12AM

Thurru Indigenous Health Unit Coordinator

The University of Newcastle
  • Location: , NSW
  • Salary: $82,707 to $91,259* plus 17% super
  • Contact name: Sarah Nielsen
  • Contact email: sarah.nielsen@newcastle.edu.au
  • Contact phone: (02) 40420775

Full time

Full Time | Fixed Term opportunity until 1 July 2022 with possible extension
Targeted Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander position
Based at Callaghan Campus and may require travel to other campus locations
Play a pivotal role in the provision of community responsive Indigenous health education through an empowered and capable Indigenous health workforce

In this position you will be coordinating all activities in the Thurru Indigenous Health Unit including the day-to-day operations and facilitate development activities of the unit. You will also be comprehensively supporting and advocating for Indigenous medical and health students and organising their placements. You will assist the Academic team in the delivery of the core teaching and learning, research and community engagement activities.

Another integral part of this position will be the provision of high-level support of the Director of the IHU. This will see you managing their diary, email, preparing high level correspondence on their behalf and processing of finances.

You will have:

Previous experience in an administrative leadership position
Demonstrated ability to work with Indigenous organisations and communities
Proven track record in problem solving
Strong organisational skills
Ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team
Willingness to take ownership and initiative to manage projects
Proven ability to manage conflicting priorities

Listed: Tue 7, September Applications Due: Mon 20 September 2021, 12AM

Redress Coordinator

Danila Dilba Biluru Butji Binnilutlum Health Service
  • Location: Darwin, NT
  • Salary: $96,992 - $115,595
  • Contact name: Jahmayne Coolwell
  • Contact email: recruit@ddhs.org.au
  • Contact phone: (08) 8942 5400

Fix-Term Contract

We have a great opportunity for dedicated and experienced individual to join our Social and wellbeing team as the Redress Co-Ordinator. Take on an important role improve the health and wellbeing of Indigenous Australians by reaching out to the community and promoting better health choices. We will provide great learning opportunities, giving you the chance to grow your skills and progress your career.

About the role
The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting survivors who are considering applying to the National Redress Scheme and supporting clients relevant to the Disability Royal Commission.

Responsibilities include:

• Direct caseload: Support survivors to make an application to the National Redress Scheme
• Where required, support survivors with participating in a Direct Personal Response
• Direct caseload: Support individuals and families to make a submission to the Disability Royal Commission
• Provide one to one individual counselling support to individuals
• Represent the organisation positively with a range of external organisations and providers for the purpose of making appropriate client referrals, providing conjoint support where required, and marketing and promoting the agency programs
• Contribute to development and delivery of training to community members, partners and broader sector
• Work collaboratively with other services to identify and address services gaps and client needs

To be considered all applications must include:
• Cover Letter addressing the Selection Criteria, and
• Current Resume (CV)
If you experience any issues, please contact hr@ddhs.org.au

 

Listed: Wed 8, September Applications Due: Mon 20 September 2021, 12AM

Redress Coordinator

Danila Dilba Health Service
  • Location: Darwin, NT
  • Salary: $96,992 - $115,595
  • Contact name: Jahmayne Coolwell
  • Contact email: recruit@ddhs.org.au
  • Contact phone: (08) 8942 5400

Fix-Term Contract

We have a great opportunity for dedicated and experienced individual to join our Social and wellbeing team as the Redress Co-Ordinator. Take on an important role improve the health and wellbeing of Indigenous Australians by reaching out to the community and promoting better health choices. We will provide great learning opportunities, giving you the chance to grow your skills and progress your career.

About the role
The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting survivors who are considering applying to the National Redress Scheme and supporting clients relevant to the Disability Royal Commission.

• You’ll IMPACT the community, helping close the gap in Indigenous healthcare and wellbeing, one helping hand at a time.
• You’ll be PROUD, both of the work you do and who you work for.
• You’ll work with a TEAM, alongside people who are down to earth and truly dedicated to what we do.
• You’ll EXPERIENCE and learn something new every day through the variety of your role.
• You’ll embrace the OPPORTUNITY to progress your career - follow your path at Danila Dilba.

Responsibilities include:

• Direct caseload: Support survivors to make an application to the National Redress Scheme
• Where required, support survivors with participating in a Direct Personal Response
• Direct caseload: Support individuals and families to make a submission to the Disability Royal Commission
• Provide one to one individual counselling support to individuals
• Represent the organisation positively with a range of external organisations and providers for the purpose of making appropriate client referrals, providing conjoint support where required, and marketing and promoting the agency programs
• Contribute to development and delivery of training to community members, partners and broader sector
• Work collaboratively with other services to identify and address services gaps and client needs

To be considered all applications must include:
• Cover Letter addressing the Selection Criteria, and
• Current Resume (CV)
If you experience any issues, please contact hr@ddhs.org.au

Listed: Wed 8, September Applications Due: Thu 30 September 2021, 12AM

Expression of Interest - Nurses/AHPs

Red Lily Health Board

Full time

Be in at the ground floor! Red Lily Health Service is a new Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service that offers you the chance of sharing in the development of a true community-focussed health service.
You’ve studied the principles of community health, now come and put it into practice.
Work in a dynamic cultural environment that adds interest and satisfaction to the important work that health professionals already do. Cultural induction and awareness training is something that Red Lily provide to both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal health staff to ensure the best chance of success in improving health outcomes for West Arnhem communities.
Warruwi Health Centre will be the second of four West Arnhem community centres that will transfer to the management of Red Lily Health Service. The date for the Warruwi transfer is 1st February 2022. This is a significant event in the life of this small island community and likely to involve great celebration.

How to express interest

If you are interested to know more, please write to us telling us about yourself and include a copy of your CV. You can also refer to our website https://redlily.org.au
to learn about our story and the region.
Contact Brad Palmer (Business Manager – ) 0417844207: : brad.palmer@redlily.org.au) if you wish to discuss anything prior to expressing interest.

Please send your submission to hr@redlily.org.au (EOIs will be accepted until 30th September 2021).

Listed: Mon 13, September Applications Due: Mon 20 September 2021, 12AM

People & Culture Business Partner

Danila Dilba Health Service
  • Location: Darwin, NT
  • Salary: $96,992 - $115,595
  • Contact name: Stephanie Reeves
  • Contact email: recruit@ddhs.org.au
  • Contact phone: (08) 8942 5400

Fix-Term Contract

We have a great opportunity for dedicated and experienced individual to join our People & Culture team and take on an important role to manage people-related activities across the employee life cycle. We will provide great learning opportunities, giving you the chance to grow your skills and progress your career.

About the role
The successful candidate will be working closely with the managers to implement effective people management practices, providing positive, proactive, and high-level HR advice and support.

Responsibilities include:

• Provide the day-to-day operations of the People and Culture function to ensure the provision of quality, timely and consistent HR advice and services including but not limited to recruitment, selection, and staff orientation;engagement surveys;organisational change and performance management.
• Work with Managers to ensure the effective implementation and management of Human Resources policies, practices, and procedures that promotes a culture of excellence and performance.
• Adopting a business partnering approach, provide HR strategic, advisory, and operational support to managers and employees across the employment life cycle
• Role model and champion DDHS’s values and expected behaviors, as well as promoting continuous improvement, diversity, and inclusion.

The successful candidate will have:

1. Relevant qualifications in Human Resources or equivalent demonstrated experience
2. Demonstrated knowledge of contemporary human resources management principles and practices and employee relations legislation with proven experience in delivering HR services.
3. High-level problem-solving skills and ability to connect business challenges to relevant activities and outcomes
4. Ability to obtain and analyse workforce data and provide targeted advice contextualized to DDHS
5. Proven track record in developing and maintaining productive and collaborative relationships and partnerships with stakeholders including the ability to work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds and multi-disciplinary teams.
6. High level communication, stakeholder management, and ability to deal effectively with resistance

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Aboriginal) applicants will be granted priority consideration for this vacancy. 
If you experience any issues, please contact hr@ddhs.org.au

Listed: Mon 13, September Applications Due: Thu 30 September 2021, 12AM

Psychologist

Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health & Community Services
  • Location: Narranbundah, ACT
  • Salary: CONTACT
  • Contact name: Praneeth Galla
  • Contact email: praneeth.galla@winnunga.org.au
  • Contact phone: (02) 6284 6222 Ext:193

Full time

The role of the Psychologist is to enhance the clinical services offered at Winnunga AHCS and at AMC through working in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team in the delivery of psychology services to Winnunga’s clients and their families. This includes providing psychological assessments, case plans and treatment independently and in collaboration with the Social Health Team and other health care team members such as GPs and psychiatrists.

We are seeking an experienced Psychologist to work within our Clinical and Social Health Teams. The successful applicant will have registration as a psychologist with AHPRA, eligible for a Medicare provider number and have sound clinical assessment and treatment skills and competency in evidence-based psychological treatments. Experience in trauma and narrative therapy, informed practice and experience working with and understanding and commitment to the philosophy and practice of an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service. The ability to work sensitively and effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will be an advantage.

A copy of the position description and selection criteria may be obtained by calling Praneeth Galla on 02 62846222 Ext:193 or email to praneeth.galla@winnunga.org.au. Applications should be addressed to Julie Tongs, CEO, Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service by email to praneeth.galla@winnunga.org.au

Listed: Mon 13, September Applications Due: Tue 30 November 2021, 12AM

General Practitioner

Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health & Community Services
  • Location: Narranbundah, ACT
  • Salary: CONTACT
  • Contact name: Praneeth Galla
  • Contact email: praneeth.galla@winnunga.org.au
  • Contact phone: (02) 6284 6222 Ext:193

Full time

The GPs are situated within the Clinical Services Team of Winnunga AHCS providing a holistic approach and culturally appropriate health care for clients. The role of the GP is to enhance the clinical services offered at Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health & Community Services. The aim of the clinical services team is to optimise the health outcomes for clients through providing best practice, evidence
based clinical services and where appropriate to identify where a client requires referral to another
team of the service or an external service provider.

Are you a Doctor who is passionate about Aboriginal Health and playing the part to
close the gap in health between mainstream and Aboriginal Australia?
If you are, then opportunities exist at Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health &
Community Services for General Practitioners to work 5days/week from Monday to
Friday between 9am to 5pm.

NOTE: All clinical employees are required to hold a current professional clinical
registration inclusive of a police background pursuant to the Working with Vulnerable
People (Background Checking) Act 2011.

A copy of the position description and selection criteria may be obtained by calling
Praneeth Galla on 02 62846222 Extn: 193 or email to
praneeth.galla@winnunga.org.au.

Applications with a cover letter & CV addressing the selection criteria should be addressed
and mailed to Julie Tongs, CEO, Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service
63 Boolimba Cres Narrabundah ACT 2604 or by email to praneeth.galla@winnunga.org.au.

Listed: Mon 13, September Applications Due: Thu 30 September 2021, 12AM

Psychologist

Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health & Community Services
  • Location: Narranbundah, ACT
  • Salary: CONTACT
  • Contact name: Praneeth Galla
  • Contact email: praneeth.galla@winnunga.org.au
  • Contact phone: (02) 6284 6222 Ext:193

Full time

The role of the Psychologist is to enhance the clinical services offered at Winnunga AHCS and at AMC through working in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team in the delivery of psychology services to Winnunga’s clients and their families. This includes providing psychological assessments, case plans and treatment independently and in collaboration with the Social Health Team and other health care team members such as GPs and psychiatrists.

We are seeking an experienced Psychologist to work within our Clinical and Social Health Teams. The successful applicant will have registration as a psychologist with AHPRA, eligible for a Medicare provider number and have sound clinical assessment and treatment skills and competency in evidence-based psychological treatments. Experience in trauma and narrative therapy, informed practice and experience working with and understanding and commitment to the philosophy and practice of an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service. The ability to work sensitively and effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will be an advantage.

A copy of the position description and selection criteria may be obtained by calling Praneeth Galla on 02 62846222 Ext:193 or email to praneeth.galla@winnunga.org.au. Applications should be addressed to Julie Tongs, CEO, Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service by email to praneeth.galla@winnunga.org.au

Listed: Tue 14, September Applications Due: Tue 28 September 2021, 12AM

Kinship Case Manager

Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative

Full time

Kinship Case Manager
Full time – 38 Hours per week

• The role will work directly within case management and care teams ensuring a shared understanding of key issues related to: theoretical frameworks including attachment theory, trauma theory, brain development, ages and stages of development, resilience theory, strength-based approach and the neurobiological development of maltreated children.
• Ability to assist children, young people, families and carers in accessing and utilising Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal community resources and services.
• To strengthen reunification opportunities, relationships and connections, engaging parent, kinship carers and extended family to participate and contribute to the planning for the ‘best interest’ of the child.

Minimum qualifications required to be considered for this position include: Tertiary qualification in Community Services, Social Work, Youth Work or related discipline.

Salary Packaging is a benefit available for Part or Full Time Employees

The successful applicant will be subject to comprehensive reference and background checks including National Police Check.

For further information, please obtain a position description by emailing: marieta.martin@raclimited.com.au

To apply, you must submit a cover letter and a current resume to marieta.martin@raclimited.com.au or to
https://hr.gemba360.com/rac/symfony/web/index.php/recruitmentApply/jobs.html

Listed: Thu 16, September Applications Due: Thu 30 September 2021, 12AM

Environmental Health Officer x 2

Mawarnkarra Health Service
  • Location: , WA
  • Salary: $66,810.00pa Package
  • Contact name: Jennie Mason
  • Contact email: hrofficer@mhs.org.au
  • Contact phone: (08) 9182 0833

Full time

The Community & Environmental Health Worker is part of the Programs Team of Mawarnkarra Health Service. The Service’s objective is to provide holistic, primary health care services to the Aboriginal people of the West Pilbara region.

POSITION OBJECTIVE
To ensure that communities remain ‘environmentally healthy’ through regular checking of housing, drinking water, waste water systems, solid waste systems, pest control, animal management such as dog health, emergency management and including health promotion.
SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND ATTRIBUTES
• Ability to contribute to a friendly working environment.
• Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
• Ability to prioritise workload.
• A basic understanding of the risks of the spread of disease.
• A good understanding of WH&S issues as they relate to the performance of the job (for example the safe handling of equipment and chemicals).
• Ability to follow directions.
• Motivation to provide service excellence.
• Good interpersonal and communication skills.
• Ability to seek the advice and support of the Programs Manager when necessary.
• Commitment to ongoing participation in education, professional development, and quality assurance.

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