Employment

Gagawaaymbanha (Welcome) to AWAHS careers!

The Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service (AWAHS) is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a safe working environment that embraces and values Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, health and wellbeing, child safety, diversity, and inclusion.

  • WORKING FOR AWAHS IS AWESOME, HERES SOME REASONS WHY:
  • Providing hollistic care to mob
  • Above Award Wages
  • Salary Sacarfice
  • EAP – Employee Assistance Program
  • Clinical Supervision
  • Upskilling Supervision
  • Cultural Strengthening
  • Team Building Days
  • Staff Wellbeing Days
  • Weekly Massages

 

To ensure transparency in our recruitment process, we advertise our vacant position on this website and in other advertising mediums, and we are unable to respond to unsolicited applications for jobs or keep resume/CVs on file.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander’s are encouraged to apply for any of our vacant positions.

To download a copy of the relevant Position Description

Click the tab at the bottom of the relevant vacancy

How to apply

To apply for any of the positions identified below email your application
to careers@awahs.com.au

Include in your application:

  • Current Resume
  • A cover letter addressing the selection criteria listed above.  Max 2 pages
  • Copies of relevant qualifications
Recruitment will begin and positions filled as soon as suitable candidates are identified, so get your application in NOW

For more information on any of these positions contact Wayne Marshman- 02 6040 1200

Aboriginal Identified Position

Any “Aboriginal Identified Position” means that only persons identified as Aboriginal will be successful

Aboriginality is a genuine, occupational qualification and is authorised by section 14 (d) of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act, 1977 NSW.

 


MEDICAL RECEPTION ADMINISTRATION OFFICERS-  Albury & Wodonga

Aboriginal Identified Position
Two full time positions

The Medical Reception Administration Officer is to provide high quality reception and administrative services and support to the patients, doctors and staff at Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service, all of which is to done in a caring and supportive manner.

To be successful you will have:

  • Must be an Aboriginal
  • A strong administrative background
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Great computer skills
  • Preferably have experience working in a community, health or medical organisation
  • Excellent knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures

 


 

 


ABORIGINAL GATHERING PLACE PROJECT COORDINATOR- Wangaratta

Aboriginal Identified Position

PART TIME POSITION .4 FTE

$45- 50 per hour

Working with the steering committee you will be responsible for developing a gathering place in Wangaratta. The role will be responsible for the development from the business planning stage through to opening of the facilities and potentially the ongoing management of the Gathering Place.

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Qualifications and /or extensive experience in project management / community development project work.
  • Excellent computer skills –Microsoft Office.
  • Demonstrated experience in undertaking project work with, or advocating for, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people.
  • Proven ability to negotiate with a range of internal and external partners to achieve a successful project- on time, on budget and what the community requires

 


ABORIGINAL MENS SHED COORDINATOR- Albury

Aboriginal Identified Position

Part time position- 2 days per week

The Men’s shed has proven to be a very successful program to the point that we now require a person focused on identifying and delivering appropriate programs and projects that meet the requirements of its members and entices new members.

To be successful in the role you will have:

  • Relevant qualifications and /or extensive experience from a trade or delivery of community programs background.
  • Demonstrated experience in working with men, particularly men of all abilities, and the ability to provide tailored programs and services to meet their needs.
  • Excellent communication, leadership and time management skills with an ability to create a positive environment 
  • Proven computer skills- Microsoft Office
  • Clear understanding of risk management and WH&S issues relevant to a Men’s shed program. E.g. demonstrated understanding, Furniture Making, Cabinet Making, Metal Work and Wood Work

 


 

ABORIGINAL MENTAL HEALTH WORKERS               Albury & Wangaratta 

Two full time positions

Working as part of a multidisciplinary team you will be engaging with clients and their families affected by mental health and associated issues. This challenging but very rewarding role will see you interact with a range of support organisations and stakeholders in order to get the best outcomes for your clients.

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Qualifications and/or extensive experience relevant to the role
  • Proven ability to negotiate with internal and external partners to achieve successful program implementation and sustainability. extensive experience relevant to the role
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, the highest standards of personal integrity and excellent time management skills.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of current health issues relevant to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities

Applications close 13th August 2021

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply


ABORIGINAL ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUGS SUPPORT WORKER- Albury

Aboriginal identified position

Full time position

This role provides support, education and empowerment to individuals and their families affected by alcohol and other drugs use issues. A multifaceted approach will see you working across the community to reduce alcohol and other drugs usage and its affects.

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Qualifications and/or experience (personal or work) relevant to the role
  • Experience and/or demonstrated passion in working with Aboriginal people and their families who have Alcohol and/or other Drug issues.
  • Proven administration and computer skills including – Microsoft office
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, the highest standards of personal integrity and excellent time management skills.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of current health issues relevant to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities

Applications close- 4th October 2021


EXTENDED TRANSITION/ NDIS SUPPORT COORDINATOR – Albury

Full Time Position

Coordinate, facilitate and maintain access to required services for clients with complex needs as a result Mental Health issues. Where appropriate assist client’s transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The NDIS Support Coordinator plays an integral role for NDIS participants in interpreting their NDIS plan, assisting them to establish supports in their plan and develop their capacity over time to coordinate and manage their own supports.

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Extensive experience relevant to the role
  • Qualifications in the field of health, social or disability an advantage but not essential.
  • Demonstrated experience in NDIS support coordination
  • Demonstrated skill in establishing empowering and supportive partnerships with participants and their families with complex needs.
  • Understanding of the current health issues relevant to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities.
  • Advanced computer skills- Microsoft Office

 

Applications close 20th August, 2021

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply

 


ABORIGINAL FAMILY SUPPORT WORKER

Aboriginal Identified Position

Part time position- 2 days per week

Working within the Building Stronger Foundations program and in collaboration with other AWAHS staff you will provide culturally sensitive, comprehensive and integrated community based support to Aboriginal children and their families within the Albury Wodonga and surrounding area. This will include facilitation and/or implementation of physical, emotional and social health assessments, consultation, case management, group work, education, supportive counselling and referral as required

To be successful in this role you will have;

  • Qualifications and/or extensive experience relevant to the role
  • Demonstrated understanding of the health issues impacting Aboriginal infants, children and their families.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the highest standards of personal integrity
  • Demonstrated organisational skills, with the ability to work proactively and independently to coordinate multiple deliverables and demands.
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills

 

Applications close- 28th September 2021


OFFICE MANAGER

Aboriginal Identified Position

AWAHS is growing and we expect this growth to continue, to manage this growth strategies have been put in place including the separation of certain responsibilities resulting in this new Office Manager role. This senior management position is responsible for the effective management and coordination of the administration department which includes reception, administration and client transport.

It provides an excellent opportunity to be involved in a growth business and a team that is committed and passionate about the work they do.

Selection Criteria for the role;

  • Qualifications and/ or extensive experience relevant to the role
  • Management experience in a health or medical environment an advantage
  • Proven successful staff management experience
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the local Aboriginal community in a non-discriminative and professional manner
  • Advanced computer skills preferably with medical administration programs experience
  • Excellent interpersonal and time management skills

We will be filing this role as soon as a suitable candidate is identified so get your application in NOW

 


DENTAL ASSISTANT TRAINEE

Aboriginal Identified Position

The trainee will assist in the provision of a professional oral health service to the clients of Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service.

As part of the dental team the Dental Assistant Trainee will develop their skills and understanding of dentistry whilst completing a twelve month traineeship which upon successful completion will include a Certificate III in Dental Assisting.

Criteria for the role;

  • A genuine interest in the field of Dentistry
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the local Aboriginal community in a non-discriminative and professional manner
  • Understanding of current health issues relevant to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities.
  • Demonstrated high level of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills;
  • Computer literacy in word processing, spreadsheets and email

 

 


ORAL HEALTH THERAPIST- Albury

Part time position- 3 days per week

The Oral Health Therapist provides oral health assessment, diagnosis, treatment and management, including restorative/fillings treatment, deciduous tooth removal and preventive services, also education for the prevention of oral disease to promote healthy oral behaviours to children, adolescents and adults

Criteria for the role;

  • Bachelor of Oral Health or Bachelor of Oral Health Science recognised by the Dental Practice Board of NSW.
  • Demonstrated experience in oral health therapy.
  • Understanding of the current health issues relevant to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities.
  • Excellent time management, communication and stakeholder management skills
  • Excellent computer skills

             Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply


PRACTICE NURSE- Wodonga

Full time- potential job share

The role provides supportive clinical care within primary healthcare & as part of a larger multi-disciplinary team whose focus is on improving health outcomes for the local Aboriginal community & others who use the service. The Practice Nurse co-ordinates, monitors and provides primary health care services and support services to AWAHS general practitioners

Criteria for the role;

  • Current registration as a Registered Nurse (Division 1)
  • Nursing experience within primary health care.
  • Understanding of current health issues relevant to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the local Aboriginal community in a non-discriminative and professional manner
  • Demonstrated high level of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills;
  • Computer literacy

            Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply


ABORIGINAL WOMEN’S CULTURAL ADVISOR

Aboriginal  Identified Position- Female

Part time position- 2 days per week

The Cultural Advisor plays a vital role in providing cultural awareness and supporting community connectedness to all aspects of AWAHS and identified stakeholders, including mentoring and support to the AWAHS staff to develop their skills in delivering culturally safe, secure and appropriate service provision. She may also be responsible for cultural groups/programs and activities within the AWAHS (i.e. men’s groups and women’s groups, cultural events).

Criteria for the role;

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in an Aboriginal Health Service or as an Aboriginal Liaison Officer.
  • Possess in-depth understanding of Aboriginal Culture and a willingness to share.
  • Ability to liaise effectively with a wide range of stakeholders, both mainstream and Aboriginal community to provide advocacy and advice and develop appropriate referral pathways, protocols.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide information and educational activities to a range of stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated high level of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
  • Computer literacy

WORKPLACE HEALTH & SAFETY COORDINATOR

Part time position- 2 days per week

Our people are our greatest asset and their health and safety is our priority, due to changes in the organisation we are looking for a person to continue the promotion and implementation of Work Health and Safety across the organisation.

The role is responsible for driving the safety first culture, compliance to organisational and legislative requirements including adherence by all stakeholders, management and ongoing development of systems and the relevant coordination, administration and reporting within the WHS component of the organisation

Criteria for the role;

  • Qualifications and experience relevant to the role
  • Demonstrated understanding of Australian WHS laws, regulations, requirements and its application
  • Proven successful implementation of WHS in the workplace
  • Understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and the ability to communicate in an appropriate manner
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Advanced computer skills- Microsoft Office

 


CHRONIC DISEASE NURSE

Part time position- 2 days per week

The role provides supportive clinical care within primary healthcare & as part of a larger multi-disciplinary team whose focus is on improving health outcomes for the local Aboriginal community & others who use the service.

The Chronic Disease Nurse has key responsibilities in the area of patient focused clinical care, chronic disease management, preventative health & education, will provide supportive case management & linking of clients to other care providers both at AWAHS & outside services, and works closely with the Integrated Team Care (ITC) Care Coordinator.

Criteria for the role;

  • Current registration as a Registered Nurse (Division 1)
  • Nursing experience within primary health care.
  • Experience working in chronic disease management desirable, with experience in developing and managing chronic disease care plans, and running effective chronic disease clinics.
  • Understanding of current health issues relevant to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities, particularly with chronic disease.
  • Demonstrated high level of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills;
  • Computer literacy
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply

DRUG & ALCOHOL COUNSELLOR- Wangaratta

 Full time

Utilising a dual diagnosis drug &alcohol/ mental health approach the counsellor will be responsible for the provision of counselling and support to clients with drug and alcohol issues, promoting a client focused approach including empowering clients in their recovery and working towards reducing the level of alcohol, tobacco and other drug usage in the local Aboriginal community

Criteria for the role;

  • Degree qualifications or higher in social work or other health related field
  • Extensive experience in dealing with people and their families who have alcohol and other drug issues.
  • Understanding of the current health issues relevant to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities
  • Demonstrated high level of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
  • Advanced computer skills

 

Applications close 13th August 2021

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply


TRANSPORT DRIVER- Albury

Aboriginal Identified Position

Full time

The transport driver is directly responsible for ensuring that AWAHS patients/ clients are safely transported to and from their medical/ specialist appointment on time and that related administration is completed in a professional and timely manner. The role promotes the services of AWAHS in the community and that the services relative to the role are undertaken in a manner that enhances the professional image of the organisation.

Criteria for the role;

  • Excellent driving record
  • Experience relevant to the role
  • Extensive knowledge of the local Albury and Wodonga area, locations, road network and geography
  • Excellent communication and computer skills.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the local Aboriginal community in a non-discriminative and professional manner
  • Current Drivers Licence

TRAINEE- ABORIGINAL HEALTH WORKER – Albury

Aboriginal Identified Position

Fulltime

The Trainee will assist with the provision of a professional service to the clients of Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service. Working across the Clinic and Social & Emotional Wellbeing teams this role will provide a working environment for the trainee’s skills development whilst completing a twelve month Certificate III in Aboriginal Health preparing graduates with the skills and knowledge to provide culturally appropriate assessment and treatment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander consumers

Criteria for the role;

  • A genuine interest in Aboriginal Health either clinical and/or community based.
  • Understanding of current health and social impacts relevant to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities.
  • Demonstrated high level of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Computer literacy in word processing, spreadsheets and email.

 

Applications close- 24th September 2021

 


MEDICARE OFFICER- ADMINISTRATION & COMPLIANCE- Albury

Fulltime

The Medicare officer will undertake, maintain and manage all Medicare claims, ensure compliance to Medicare processes, requirements and legislated guidelines, maintain accreditation, provide Medicare claiming information and support to relevant staff.

Criteria for the role;

  • Qualifications and/or experience in Medicare administration and/ or compliance
  • Knowledge of Medicare compliance and federal laws, rules, regulations, manuals and transmittals
  • Demonstrated experience in financial and/or office administration
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the local Aboriginal community in a non-discriminative and professional manner
  • Demonstrated high level of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills;
  • Excellent Computer literacy

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply

TRAINEE- MEDICAL RECEPTION ADMINISTRATION OFFICER – Albury

Aboriginal Identified Position

Fulltime

The Trainee will assist with the provision of a professional reception and administration service to the clients of Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service

Working in the Administration team this role will provide a working environment for the trainee’s skills development whilst completing a twelve month Certificate III in Business Administration preparing graduates with the skills and knowledge in office administration

Criteria for the role;

  • Interest in office administration
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills;
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the local Aboriginal community in a non-discriminative and professional manner
  • Understanding of current health issues relevant to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities.
  • Computer literacy in word processing, spreadsheets and email

GENERAL PRACTIONER- Wodonga

Fulltime

With the focus of improving health outcomes for the local Aboriginal community as General Practitioner you will be directly responsible for providing primary healthcare services and associated referrals to AWAHS clients utilising clinical best practice guidelines and protocols and professional standards

Criteria for the role;

  • Relevant and Australian recognised medical degree.
  • Fellowship with the Australian College of General Practice (FRACGP) and/or Fellow of the Australian college of Rural and remote Medicine (FACCRM).
  • Current and appropriate registration with the Medical Board of Australia or be eligible for such.
  • Satisfactory participation in quality improvement and continuing professional development to at least the same standards as the Royal Australian College of General Practice’s (RACGP) Quality Assurance and Continuing Professional Development (QA& CPD) Program.
  • Experience in working with an Aboriginal Health Service- preferred

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply

ABORIGINAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER- Wodonga

Aboriginal Identified Position

Fulltime

The position assists to increase the capacity of GPs and other health professionals and provides a range of direct clinical services and functions as part of the delivery of a holistic health care service to our patients, all with aim of closing the gap for the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community

Criteria for the role;

  • Certificate III or higher in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care or equivalent
  • Registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as an Aboriginal Health Practitioner or eligible to obtain
  • Experience relevant to the role and working in a multidisciplinary team environment.
  • Demonstrated knowledge in the principles of primary health and associated skills to perform assessments, plan and implement health care strategies.
  • Proven high level of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Excellent computer literacy.

 

DHELK DJA- FAMILY VIOLENCE PROGRAM COORDINATOR– Wodonga

Fulltime

Working in close collaboration with the Program Manager this role is responsible for the effective co-ordination of the Dhelk Dja- Family Violence Program including direct management, consultation and mentoring of staff within the team. The position oversees the effective delivery and review of all practices across the Dhelk Dja program to ensure quality outcomes and service through the implementation of best practice.

Criteria for the role;

  • Tertiary qualification in Social Work, Psychology, Human and/or Community Service and or/ extensive experience in Family Violence
  • Demonstrated understanding of Family Violence frameworks and guidelines including the Dhelk Dja Dhelk Dja: Safe Our Way- Strong Culture, Strong Peoples, Strong Families guidelines
  • Proven experience in the implementation of the principles of Best Practice
  • Demonstrated experience in development, management, administration and evaluation of programs
  • Proven successful experience in managing staff.

 

Applications close- 16th  July 2021

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply

 

DHELK DJA- FAMILY VIOLENCE COUNSELLOR– Wodonga

Fulltime

The Counsellor will be directly responsible for the provision of counselling and support to clients with issues as a result of Family Violence, promoting a client focused approach to engaging with affected clients and empowering clients by ensuring that programs and services are delivered from a holistic perspective and within the principles and goals of primary health care.

Criteria for the role;

  • Certificate IV in Counselling or higher plus extensive relevant experience in the field
  • Extensive relevant experience in supporting Aboriginal people and their families who have been impacted by family violence.
  • Understanding of the current health issues relevant to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the local Aboriginal community in a non-discriminative and professional manner.
  • Demonstrated high level of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills

 

Applications close 24th September 2021

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply

 

DHELK DJA- FAMILY VIOLENCE CASE MANAGER– Wodonga

Aboriginal Identified Positions

Fulltime

Working as part of a multidisciplinary team you will be engaging with clients and their families affected by Family Violence and the associated issues.  You will interact with a range of internal and external stakeholders in order to get the best outcomes for your clients.

Criteria for the role;

  • Certificate III or higher qualifications relevant to the role plus extensive relevant experience in the field
  • Extensive relevant experience in supporting Aboriginal people and their families who have been impacted by family violence.
  • Understanding of the current health issues relevant to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities
  • Demonstrated high level of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
  • Advanced computer literacy

 

Applications close- 24th September 2021

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WODONGA KOORIE YOUTH NETWORK COORDINATOR- Wodonga

Aboriginal Identified Position

Two days per week

Working with Koorie young people between the age of 12- 25 years you will be responsible for the provision of programs for that encourage, promote participation, develop skills, build self- esteem and provide a positive outlook. This role is an excellent opportunity for you can to make a great contribution to Koorie young people and the direction of the youth network.

Criteria for the role;

  • Relevant qualifications and have undertaken a minimum of one year’s employment in the community sector
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and have established links with the local community.
  • Proven experience in communicating and working effectively with young people in a non-discriminative and professional manner
  • Knowledge of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and services across NE Victoria and Southern NSW
  • Demonstrated experience in strategic planning, and program design, implementation and evaluation within a quality framework.
  • Demonstrated ability to negotiate with internal and external partners to achieve successful program implementation and sustainability.
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HEALTH PROMOTION OFFICER- Albury

Aboriginal Identified Position

Full time

Utilising your persuasive flair you will promote programs and services focused on improving the health and wellbeing of the local Aboriginal community, the objective of the role is to educate, empower, encourage and enlighten. Come and join our small health promotion team and continue the great work.

Criteria for the role;

  • Experience in health promotion or similar, preferably with relevant tertiary qualifications
  • Demonstrated ability to negotiate with internal and external partners to achieve successful program implementation and sustainability.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, the highest standards of personal integrity and excellent time management skills.
  • Advanced computer and digital media skills

 

Applications close 13th August 2021

 

TRAINEE-EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATION 

– Albury

Aboriginal Identified Position

Full time

The Executive Assistant Administration Trainee will assist with the provision of a professional administration and support service to the Clinic and Program Managers.

Working alongside the senior management team, this role will provide a working environment for the trainee’s skills development whilst completing an online twelve-month Executive Assistant Program, with progression towards a twelve-month Certificate III in Business Administration. Both courses are designed in preparing graduates with the skills and knowledge to provide senior management support.

Criteria for the role;

  • An interest in medical or business administration
  • Demonstrated high level of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Computer literacy in word processing, spreadsheets and email.
  • Demonstrated ability to take direction.
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills, with attention to detail.

 

Applications close- 16th July 2021

 

MIDWIFE– Albury

Part time- 2 days per week

The Midwife is responsible for the delivery of antenatal and postnatal care for women of the local Aboriginal community which will include education and awareness of support services available to them. You will be integral in the implementation of strategies designed to improve the health of Aboriginal women, their babies, children and families including maximising efficiency and effectiveness of delivery.

Criteria for the role;

  • Current registration as a Registered Nurse (Division 1)
  • Nursing experience within primary health care
  • Registered Midwife with a minimum of three years’ experience
  • Understanding of current health issues relevant to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities

 

Applications close- 13th August 2021

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

 

SOCIAL WORKER– Albury

Contract Role- 3 days per week

We are looking for a contractor to provide clinical social support services to AWAHS clients.
This contract runs to the end of June 2022.

The contractor will apply  social work methodologies and theories to the diagnosis, prevention and treatment for individuals, families and groups. The main responsibility is to screen medical records, conduct interviews and assessments, set treatment goals and arrange for expediting and coordinating services.

The contractor will be required to demonstrate:

  • Extensive clinical experience relevant to the role
  • Degree (or higher) in psychology or social work
  • Membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers- AASW

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

 

ABORIGINAL HEALTH WORKER- CLINICAL

Wodonga 

Aboriginal Identified Position

Full time

The role provides a range of a clinical, preventative and promotional health functions designed to support the capacity of the clinic as part of the delivery of a holistic health care service to our patients, all with aim of closing the gap for the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community

Criteria for the role;

  • Certificate III or higher in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care or equivalent
  • Experience relevant to the role and working in a multidisciplinary team environment.
  • Understanding of the health issues impacting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
  • Demonstrate knowledge in the principles of primary health
  • Proven high level of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Excellent computer literacy.

 

Applications close- 1st October 2021

 

ABORIGINAL HEALTH WORKER- KOORI MIDWIFE PROGRAM– Albury

Aboriginal Identified Position

Part time- 4 days per week

The position assists within delegated model of care designed to increase the capacity of GPs and other health professionals and provides a range of direct clinical services and functions as part of the delivery of a holistic health care service to our patients, all with aim of closing the gap for the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community

Criteria for the role;

  • Certificate III or higher in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care or equivalent.
  • Experience relevant to the role including working in a multidisciplinary team environment.
  • Demonstrated knowledge in the principles of primary health care.
  • Proven high level of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Excellent computer literacy.
  • Current drivers’ licence.

 

Applications close- 24th September 2021

OUR VISION

“We support the Aboriginal community towards a better tomorrow.
Our focus is to work alongside you to create generational health change.”

OUR LOCATIONS

ALBURY

664 Daniel St

WANGARATTA

86-90 Rowan Street

WODONGA

Trotman Building

Level 4 111-113 Hume Street