4-5 days per week, weekdays 9.00am to 5.00pm
About the practice
Many hands work to provide the high quality services that make up Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service. There are various AWAHS teams supporting health outcomes including medical and nursing staff, dental, allied health, administration, transport, health promotion, and social and emotional wellbeing team.
The medical centre currently has 5 doctors and 4 registrars, with an active medical and nursing student program.
The clinic has 4 consulting rooms and GPs are supported by a chronic disease nurse, practice nurse, child & family health, practice manager/receptionists.
Nurses work in conjunction with an Aboriginal Health Worker.
Relevant and Australian recognised medical degree.
Fellowship with the Australian College of General Practice (FRACGP).
Eligible to be a Supervisor with the Regional General Practice Training Provider (Murray City Country Coast GP Training).
Current and appropriate registration with the Medical board of Australia, or eligibility
Current Medical Indemnity Insurance for General Practice.
Applied knowledge, skills and experience in general practice
Satisfactory participation in quality improvement and continuing professional development to at least the same standards as the Royal Australian College of General Practices (RACGP) Quality Assurance and Continuing Professional Development (QA& CPD) Program.
Experience in Working with an Aboriginal Health Service is desired.
For further enquiries please contact Dianne Glen HR Manager 02 6040 1200
Applications will continue to be taken until a suitable candidate is found.
Application process for the above roles:
Please submit the following with your application in PDF format to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- 1 x cover letter outlining your interest in the role
- Statement addressing selection criteria of not more than 2 pages for all selection criteria
- Current CV/resume