Full time until June 2025, and then subject to ongoing funding
About Maari Ma Health
Maari Ma Health is an Aboriginal community-controlled regional health service that has been providing a quality service to the Aboriginal people of far western New South Wales for more than 20 years and employs over 140 people within the region.
About the role
The Psychologist works collaboratively with our GP-multidisciplinary team to deliver a holistic service that is culturally aware and uses a strengths-based and trauma informed approach.
The position is responsible for providing evidenced-based psychological therapies to adults and young people referred by Maari Ma’s General Practitioners, with priority access to Aboriginal people.
Travel within the region with occasional overnight stays is a requirement of the position.
Attractive salary package
- Annual salary up to $125,000 gross per annum plus superannuation. depending on qualifications and years of experience
A great range of benefits including:
- Working Monday to Friday, 8.30 – 5.00.
- Generous salary packaging, (which can increase your take home pay by several thousand dollars)
- 5 weeks annual leave plus additional paid leave over Christmas period
- Accrued Days Off (up to 12 per year)
- Excellent personal development opportunities
- Relocation assistance
- Accommodation provided for initial 4 weeks
- Access to use our accredited health care service for you and your family (conditions apply).
So, if you are looking for an immersion into Aboriginal health and are wanting to join an award-winning practice, please contact Claire Allan on 0447 807 183 or email: email@example.com
APPLY ONLINE – please go to the “Working with us” page of our website. www.maarima.com.au/employment
Please view our website and see the Strategic Plan, Chronic Disease Strategy and Annual Report at www.maarima.com.au
The Broken Hill region is rich with Aboriginal culture and is full of spirit, history, diversity and character to explore and uncover – an iconic destination for every Australian to visit.
The Barkindji people have called the Maari Ma region home for over 50,000 years and are passionate about sharing their cultural values, history, and sacred places.
The Oasis of the Outback, Broken Hill is a living, breathing time capsule where the Aboriginal history and great mining prosperity of yesteryear blends seamlessly with a rising modern art scene, all set amid a sprawling desert landscape. It is a place of huge skies, rocky red earth, and a fascinating and internationally significant history. This historic town is great for all ages and has several day-cares, primary schools, high schools, and TAFE.
Beyond Broken Hill and on your doorstep, you can immerse yourself in the natural landscape via spectacular national parks with rich First Nations and colonial & pastoral history, lush rivers and lakes, abundant wildlife, and other classic towns of outback New South Wales and beyond.
All Maari Ma Aboriginal Health employees are required to have three doses of a COVID-19 vaccination or provide an approved medical contraindication certificate.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians are encouraged to apply for this position.
Maari Ma acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land in which we live, and we pay our respect to their Elders both past and present and emerging.