Aboriginal Health this weeks TOP 30+ #jobalerts @MiwatjHealth @NATSIHWA @CATSINaM

 

This weeks #Jobalerts

Please note  : Before completing a job application please check with the ACCHO or stakeholder that job is still available

1- 2  : Galambila and Werin ACCHOs :Coffs Harbour or Port Macquarie Project Coordinator Suicide Prevention / Aboriginal Health Support Worker – Mental Health Project 

3. GP : General Practitioner :  Bega and Narooma, NSW

4. Nganampa Health Council :Mental Health Nurse (Remote Area)

5. Gidgee Healing Aboriginal Health Worker

6-10 : Ceduna Koonibba Aboriginal Health Service Aboriginal Corporation (CKAHSAC)

11.Aboriginal Coordinator -Aboriginal Quitline Program

12.General Practitioner | Remote Aboriginal Health Service NT

13– 32 Employment at Miwatj Health NT Nurses Health Workers etc

  33. Mulungu ACCHO QLD Tablelands : GENERAL PRACTITIONERS

  Register or more INFO

How to submit a Indigenous Health #jobalert ? 

NACCHO Affiliate , Member , Government Department or stakeholders

If you have a job vacancy in Indigenous Health 

Email to Colin Cowell NACCHO Media

Tuesday by 4.30 pm for publication each Wednesday

1- 2  : Galambila and Werin ACCHOs :Coffs Harbour or Port Macquarie Project Coordinator Suicide Prevention / Aboriginal Health Support Worker – Mental Health Project 

 

Who we are:

Galambila is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service located in Coffs Harbour, NSW.   Werin is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service located in Port Macquarie, NSW.

Galambila Aboriginal Health Service and Werin Aboriginal Corporation are collaborating on suicide prevention programs in the region.  The new project will identify improved access pathways for the Aboriginal community, to culturally safe mental health services in the Mid North Coast. This project will identify sustainable skills, structures, systems and develop resources to support, improved mental health service access for Aboriginal people.  The project will work with a panel of experts to define the scope of the project including identifying existing suicide prevention strategies, and identifying existing support services.  The project will include detailed and in-depth analysis of strategies and services to enhance further collaboration and coordination of care to minimise gaps in mental health and / or suicide prevention support and service delivery for Aboriginal people.

The role will be required to travel regularly between Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour.  The home location will be negotiated with the preferred candidate.

1. Project Coordinator Suicide Prevention 

The Project Coordinator will:

  • Coordinate the delivery of the project to enhance the capacity of Aboriginal people to engage in mental   health and/or suicide prevention services.
  • Collaborate with stakeholders and communities to enhance the capacity of service providers and the health system to improve access for Aboriginal people and deliver culturally competent mental health and/or suicide prevention services to Aboriginal people
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to pilot new models of, or approaches to, mental health services/ suicide prevention services for Aboriginal people to demonstrate the effectiveness and/or efficiency of these models/approaches to achieve service integration and improved access to stepped care options across the service spectrum.

Your role responsibilities:

  • Undertake comprehensive stakeholder engagement in the community ;
  • Manage all aspects of a project;
  • Work in partnership with stakeholders and service providers to build their cultural competency to effectively deliver culturally appropriate Mental Health and / or suicide prevention services and programs to Aboriginal clients and community members;
  • Provide secretariat support to the panel of experts;
  • Undertake evaluation and analysis of projects and services.
  • Provide supervision, leadership, and management for one direct report; and
  • Provide advice and assistance to Galambila AHS and Werin Aboriginal Corporation team members.

To be successful in the role you will:

  • have demonstrated ability to manage projects, plan workloads, identify resource requirements and deliver outcomes against defined objectives;
  • have extensive community and stakeholder engagement skills;
  • have well developed communication skills including the ability to be sensitive, and respectful of Aboriginal Community members affected by suicide;
  • have demonstrated ability to undertake analysis and evaluation of programs and services.

More details on the role responsibilities and the Selection Criteria can be obtained from the application pack.

Application packs can be obtained by emailing your request to Jane at mailto:HR@Galambila.org.au or Jen at Jen.Cook@Galambila.org.au.  Alternatively you may obtain directly from the Galambila website.

Applications will close 5pm Tuesday, 12 September 2017

 

2. Aboriginal Health Support Worker – Mental Health Project 

As the Aboriginal Health Support Worker – Mental Health Project you will be responsible for supporting the Project Coordinator implement and deliver the Mental Health Access Improvement Project by:

  • Supporting the delivery of consultation and stakeholder engagement to enhance the health of Aboriginal people primarily focusing on the mental health access improvement project;
  • Reviewing the social and emotional wellbeing needs of Aboriginal clients and identifying existing resources, services, service delivery structures, and the accessibility of services against these needs; and
  • Supporting the service delivery improvements that focuses on social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal clients and community members.

Your role responsibilities:

  • Support the comprehensive stakeholder engagement in the community;
  • Provide project support to the Project Coordinator ;
  • Work closely with the project coordinator in the delivery of building service providers cultural competency to effectively deliver culturally appropriate Mental health and / or suicide prevention services and programs to Aboriginal clients and community members;
  • Support the evaluation and analysis of programs and services.
  • Provide recommendations and advice on the health care needs of Aboriginal clients and community members;
  • Work closely with the project coordinator to develop, implement and evaluate programs, resources and activities relating to Aboriginal health and wellbeing, illness and distress, including provision of education and information on health care issues to clients, community groups and organisations.

To be successful in the role you will

  • have a proven ability to build rapport with community members, clients and other stakeholders;
  • have extensive knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal traditional culture and history;
  • Ability to function in a multi-disciplinary team; and
  • Proven ability to prepare a variety of types of documentation including briefing notes, reports, and correspondence.

More details on the role responsibilities and the Selection Criteria can be obtained from the application pack.

Application packs can be obtained by emailing your request to Jane at HR@Galambila.org.au or Jen at Jen.Cook@Galambila.org.au.

Alternatively you may obtain directly from the Galambila website.

How to apply?

To submit your application for this role you will need to provide:

  1. Applicant details form;
  2. Your current resume;
  3. A cover letter highlighting your experience in project management and community engagement.

Applications will close 5pm Tuesday, 12 September 2017. 

For more information, opportunity to discuss the role or to submit your application please contact Jane Lennis or Jen Cook By phone: 02) 6652 0850

Email: mailto:HR@Galambila.org.auor mailto:Jen.Cook@Galambila.org.auDrop in: Corner of Harbour Drive and Boambee Street, Coffs Harbour

3. GP : General Practitioner :  Bega and Narooma, NSW

Closing Date: 16 Feb 2018
  • Multiple positions available with dynamic and growing organisation!
  • Attractive remuneration circa $200,000 – $250,000 plus a range of benefits, including generous salary packaging options!
  • Enjoying working in NSW’s stunning south coast! 

About Katungul Aboriginal Corporation Community and Medical Services

Katungul Aboriginal Corporation Community and Medical Services (KACCMS) is a not for profit Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (ACCHO) providing culturally attuned, integrated health and community services on the Far South Coast of New South Wales. The organisation’s vision is that all Aboriginal people on the Far South Coast live fulfilled lives and reach their potential. Katungul seeks to achieve this by reducing access barriers, delivering high-quality services with a continuous improvement focus, fostering community ownership, operating from a strengths-based approach and based on a kinship model of care.

About the Opportunity

KACCMS now has multiple opportunities for full-time General Practitioners to join their Clinical Team in Bega and Narooma, NSW.

Working under the direction of the CEO, you will ensure the highest standards of medical care for Aboriginal clients. This will include providing culturally appropriate clinical care, overseeing clinical conditions and requirements, and community health promotion and education activities to improve health status.

You must exhibit solid clinical experience and hold full, current Specialist APHRA registration – FRACGP or FACRRM or be working towards obtaining FRACGP/FACRRM. Additionally, you are required to maintain your own Professional Indemnity Insurance cover (the amount shall be prescribed by KACCMS from time to time).

KACCMS are looking for candidates with demonstrated experience working within an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation or an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Organisation. As such, you will have a good knowledge of the issues pertaining to the health of Aboriginal Australians in rural and remote areas.

You will also have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to maintain client confidentiality at all times.

While not essential, teaching skills and an interest in helping the next generation of health professionals plus a desire to improve the health and welfare of Aboriginal Australians will be held in high regard.

Please note: Candidates must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, be willing to consent to a National Police Record Check, be willing to obtain and Working with Children’s Check and hold a current driver’s license.

About the Benefits

In return for your hard work and dedication, KACCMS is offering an attractive salary package of $200,000 – $250,000 commensurate with skills and experience.

Generous salary packaging options are available. Relocation support will be negotiated with the successful candidate.

KACCMS also offer 2 weeks’ study leave in recognition of their commitment to continued education and improvement.

If you are looking for your next opportunity with a fantastic multidisciplinary team and great benefits –

APPLY HERE

4. Nganampa Health Council :Mental Health Nurse (Remote Area) 

Nganampa Health Council is an Aboriginal owned and controlled health organisation operating on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands in the far north west of South Australia. Across this area, we operate seven clinics, an aged care facility and assorted health related programs including aged care, sexual health, environmental health, health worker training, dental, women’s health, male health, children’s health and mental health.

When you join Nganampa Health, you are joining a community of primary health care professionals, united by our desire to make a difference. We learn and experience something new every day, and we are supported by the professionalism and spirit of our colleagues and our organisation.

Widely recognised as being an exemplar Aboriginal health service in the country, here at Nganampa Health we understand the power of every small step we make to support the health of our community. We embrace the diversity of our challenge and thrive on the rewards that come with it.

Further information can be found at www.nganampahealth.com.au

At Nganampa Health, our people are our greatest strength.

A fantastic opportunity now exists for a full-time Mental Health Nurse (Remote Area) to join their team. There is a strong preference for the position to be based on the APY Lands, although basing the position in Alice Springs with regular travel to the APY lands is negotiable.

Reporting to the Clinical Services Manager, you’ll be providing mental health intervention, consultancy and liaison to patients with a mental illness on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands. 

Clinical work will be a large feature of this hands-on role, thus you must be confident putting your advanced skills into action on a regular basis.

More specifically, some of your key duties will include::

  • Providing clinical services on referral and case coordination where appropriate, together with consultancy and guidance to clinic staff;
  • Providing mental health services within the framework of an integrated primary health care service, utilising a multidisciplinary approach, and promoting and implementing coordinated care for clients;
  • Providing assessment and crisis intervention services, treatment and case management in consultation with Nganampa Health Council Medical Officers and consultant psychiatrists;
  • Coordinating and participating in psychiatrist visits;
  • Orientation, clinical education, up-skilling, mentoring, and other support to registered nurses and Aboriginal Health Workers;
  • Assisting in the ongoing collection of program data and evaluation of mental health services; and
  • Participating in the development of mental health services and programs, contributing to the development and review of policies and protocols.

To be successful, you will be a Registered Nurse with postgraduate qualifications in Mental Health, in addition to having significant experience in the Mental Health field. You’ll be confident in managing your time effectively as you travel to and from communities, putting your working knowledge of contemporary mental health service delivery and primary health care into practice.

You will be hands-on in your work style and excited by the prospect of taking on a true outback position, from changing tyres on your 4WD to providing sensitive one-on-one care to clients.

We are seeking an adaptable and flexible individual who can display the initiative, discretion and cultural sensitivity needed to support and drive the organisation’s objectives and values. You must be able to both communicate and participate effectively within a cross-cultural, multi-disciplinary health team.

Candidates who are open to change, accepting of and interested in engaging with Aboriginal people, and comfortable living in a remote environment will be best suited to this position. Previous experience working with Aboriginal communities in a remote setting will be advantageous.

The successful candidate must be willing to undergo a Police Check. A manual driver’s licence is required for this position.

Experience driving a 4WD vehicle is also desirable, however a 4WD training course is provided in your orientation week if required.

Why join the Nganampa Health team.

In return for your professionalism, commitment and care, Nganampa Health brings you a truly unique and satisfying career opportunity.

We offer excellent financial rewards and the chance to develop a remarkable skill set and experience a different side to Australia. But most importantly, we empower you to make a difference on the frontline of primary health care for Indigenous Australians.

As a Mental Health Nurse at Nganampa Health, you will receive an excellent remuneration package of approximately $140,000 in cash benefits, plus non cash benefits estimated at $36,970 will be offered.

The range of benefits include:

  • Annual district allowance;
  • Furnished rent-free housing;
  • Penalty & leave loadings and overtime entitlements;
  • Free electricity and subsidised internet and telephone access;
  • Relocation assistance (negotiable);
  • Generous leave provisions: 6 weeks annual leave, 3 weeks recreation leave, 3 weeks sick leave and 2 weeks study leave!
  • Annual airfares; and
  • Salary sacrificing options to greatly increase your take home pay by up to $16,000!

To help you embrace the challenge, we provide a true learning culture, professional processes and unrivalled support for you and your patients. Join us and become an integral part of our close, collaborative staff community.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Please note: Applications will close at 5.00 pm, Friday 1st September

APPLY HERE

5. Gidgee Healing Aboriginal Health Worker

About us:

Gidgee Healing provides a comprehensive and growing range of services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across the areas of Mount Isa, North West and Lower Gulf of Carpentaria regions. Our core objective is to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to improve their health and welllbeing, whilst continually enhancing the quality and scope of care provided.

The opportunity:

The primary function of this position is to provide high quality services including assessment, examination, treatment and case management, along with contributing to the development of models of holistic health incorporating continuity of care.

The Aboriginal Health Workers work within a clinical team environment with the aim of improving the health status of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through the provision of comprehensive and culturally valid primary health care services.

The lifestyle:

The Mount Isa region is the gateway to the Outback of Queensland, offers a relaxed and casual lifestyle, with a wealth of camping and exploring, scenic national parks, gorges, as well as top river, lake and open water fishing and recreation.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Bronwyn Morgan on 07 4743 6681, quoting Ref No. 771351.

6-10 : Ceduna Koonibba Aboriginal Health Service Aboriginal Corporation (CKAHSAC)

 

As a Community Controlled Aboriginal Health Service, Ceduna Koonibba Aboriginal Health Service Aboriginal Corporation (CKAHSAC) provides a range of culturally safe and high quality services specifically designed to improve the wellness and health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

CKAHSAC is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to ensuring there is no discrimination in the workplace. For further information please visit our website www.ckahsac.org.au

These position will be based with Ceduna Koonibba Aboriginal Health Service Aboriginal Corporation. The successful applicant will be required to undertake duties specified in the Job and Person Specification.

All enquiries and requests for Job Descriptions must be directed to Lee-Ann Miller, Human Resources Coordinator via

Email: Lee-Ann.Miller@ckahsac.org.au  or telephone 8626 2500

How to Apply:

Applications in writing should address the selection criteria contained in the Job Description and include a cover letter outlining your suitability to the position.

Applications should be addressed to: Lee-Ann Miller, Human Resources Coordinator, CKAHSAC, PO Box 314, CEDUNA SA 5690.

CLOSING DATE: 5.00PM ON WEDNESDAY 6th SEPTEMBER 2017

Please note: Late applications will not be considered.

6.ABORIGINAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER/WORKER – several positions available

  • Aboriginal Health Practitioner/Worker – Connected Beginnings (0 – 4 Years
  • – 12 months with possibility of extension – Subject to funding
  • Aboriginal Health Practitioner/Worker – New Directions (5 – 14 Years)
  • – 12 month employment contract – Subject to funding
  • Fixed Term Contract , subject to funding
  • AHW 4 – salary range $67,635.00 to $70,762.00 per annum
  • Essential – Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care qualifications
  • Full Time 1.0 FTEThe position of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioner/Worker is to provide flexible, holistic and culturally sensitive health services to clients and community, and to improve health outcomes and better access to health services.

7.Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioner – sexual health

8.ABORIGINAL TORRES Strait Islander Health Practitioner/WORKER – Outreach – Female

9.ABORIGINAL TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER HEALTH PRACTITIONER/WORKER – clinic – MALE

  • Full Time , Up to 12 month contract SUJECT TO FUNDING
  • AHW 4 – salary range $67,635.00 to $70,762.00 per annum
  • Essential – ABORIGINAL AND/OR TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER HEALTH PRACTITIONER Certificate 4 – Sexual Health
  • Essential – ABORIGINAL AND/OR TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER
  • HEALTH PRACTITIONER Certificate and/or 4 Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care – Outreach – Female and Clinic Male
  • Several position available

The position of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioner – Sexual Health is to provide flexible, holistic and culturally sensitive health services to clients and community, and to improve health outcomes and better access to health services.

The position of Aboriginal  and/or Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioner/Worker – Outreach – Female and Clinic – Male is to provide flexible, holistic and culturally sensitive health services to clients and community, and to improve  health outcomes and better access to health services.

10.Registered Nurse – Mother’s and Babies Coordinator

Up to 12 month employment contract with a possible extension

RN 2 , Level 1 (Depending on qualifications)

Essential – Register Nurse with a current practicing certificate and a current Immunisationprovider

Full Time 1.0 FTE

The position of Registered Nurse – Mother’s and Babies Coordinator is to provide flexible, holistic and culturally sensitive health services to clients and community, and to improve health  outcomes and better access to maternal women & child health services.

11.Aboriginal Coordinator -Aboriginal Quitline Program

 

We’re passionate about nurturing careers.

We support new innovation and thinking, and openly collaborate and share new ideas. We’re healthy and active in our lives and wellbeing is encouraged at every level.  Our people play an important role in the future of health and healthcare and we believe that working together, we’re stronger.

About Us

Medibank is a leading private health insurer with 40 years of experience delivering better health to Australians. We look after the health cover needs of millions of customers and deliver a wide range of programs to support health and wellbeing in the community.

The Opportunity

Medibank is delivering the best possible smoking cessation outcomes for Aboriginal clients in NSW and ACT on behalf of Quitline, the Cancer Institute of NSW and Healthdirect Australia.

The Aboriginal Quitline Program provides both inbound and outbound calls to Aboriginal clients who are considering smoking cessation. We have a dedicated team of counsellors who provide specific interventions such as delivering one off counselling, focusing on quit planning, supporting with quitting (including managing withdrawal symptoms), providing strategies for relapse prevention and providing outbound milestone checks.

Joining our Relationship Management team, the Aboriginal Coordinator will provide team leadership and program direction in relation to Quitline, specifically focused on the delivery of the program to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Clients. This is a 12 month maternity leave contract and will be critical in promoting the service & liaising with Aboriginal Health workers & key Aboriginal Health & Community Controlled Services to ensure strong partnerships. The role will have a distinct community focus and will be key in the promotion of the program amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. This is a satisfyingly broad role with a range of responsibilities including:

  • Develop and implement Aboriginal Health Community Engagement Strategies for the NSW and ACT Aboriginal Quitline program
  • Foster relationships within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to promote awareness of services by travelling to identified communities;
  • Represent NSW Quitline at Aboriginal Health community events, organising and hosting promotional stalls as required;
  • Lead Aboriginal Advisory Groups with participation from key influencers in Aboriginal health groups to inform service design and the delivery of service improvement initiatives;
  • Lead engagement efforts to increase the variety of services delivered to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities;
  • Support the development and delivery of cultural education and training across the business and contribute to the Aboriginal Employment Strategy.

About You

You have exceptional communication and stakeholder engagement skills which enable you to build strong and lasting relationships across a range of internal and external stakeholders/clients and community groups. Critical thinking, decision making and problem solving skills are your strong suit as is your ability to lead and motivate others to achieve shared goals and objectives. You will also have the following skills and experience:

  • Strong community engagement experience with Aboriginal communities, ideally in health, welfare or similar;
  • Strong delivery focus; project management skills will be highly regarded;

This position will only be open to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants – Medibank considers this to be a genuine occupational requirement under the relevant anti-discrimination legislation.

What We Offer

In return for your hard work we offer a range of great benefits. Furthermore, we take the health and wellbeing of our employees seriously, offering flexible working conditions and encouraging well-being at all levels of life.

Medibank is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application to assist you through the recruitment process.

A Career at Medibank adds up to more. More achievement. More progress. More passion and more innovation for health.

For a career option that will suit you better, click to apply.

12.General Practitioner | Remote Aboriginal Health Service NT

The Role
Cornerstone Medical are seeking Vocationally Registered Doctor for an exciting permanent position within an Aboriginal Medical Service in the NT. You be will be responsible for providing holistic primary health care services alongside an experienced team of Registered Nurses and visiting specialists.

The Centre
You will work alongside an experienced team of 1 additional GP, 14 nurses, allied health workers, and an experienced support team. The hours of work are 5pmwith no on call or after hours. There is a pharmacy onsite, numerous health programs and visiting specialists weekly.The location
You will be located on the beautiful and untouched coastline of NT; right on the coast. This is an is an indigenous community in one of the largest most remote towns of Australia’s Northern Territory. The renowned fishing town is the major service centre for the population of 2,300 as well as more than 30 outstations or homelands, with a school, health clinic, multiple food outlets, two supermarkets, service station, arts centre, créche and a tarmac airport with daily commercial flights to Darwin.The Criteria 
To be eligible for this position you must meet the following criteria:

  • MBBS
  • Vocational AHPRA registration
  • Interest in indigenous health, Chronic Disease and remote GP work

The Package
On appointment for this position, you will be offered:

  • OTE $240-350,000 per annum including
  • Free Accommodation and full relocation assistance
  • Quarterly return flights to Darwin with accommodation
  • Yearly retention allowance lump sum $35,000
  • Salary sacrificing up to $30,000
  • Professional development allowance and Attraction allowance
  • 4 return trips to Darwin per annum incl accommodation
  • House, vehicle, laptop and phone
  • Indemnity insurance reimbursed
This really is a fantastic opportunity to expand your career in Indigenous Health as a part of a supportive and community focused organisation.  For more information on this or other exciting opportunities please phone Aoife (Eva) McAuliffe today on 07 3171 2929 or email aoife@cmr.com.au
Aoife (Eva) McAuliffe
07 3171 2929

13-32 .Employment at Miwatj Health NT

Miwatj Health offers a wide range of employment opportunities for health and other professionals, in a unique primary healthcare environment.

We offer satisfying career paths for doctors, nurses, Aboriginal Health Practitioners, allied health staff, public/population health practitioners, health informatics specialists, administrative, financial and management personnel.

If you are suitably qualified and are looking for a rewarding and challenging experience in one of the most diverse, beautiful and interesting regions of Australia, we invite you to apply for any of the current vacancies listed below.

All applications for current vacancies must include:

  • a current Resumé,
  • names and contact details of at least two referees, at least one of whom must be a employment referee.

We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, particularly those with links to and knowledge of local communities in the region.

Separately from the list of current vacancies, you may also submit a general expression of interest, with a current Resume, and we shall retain it on file for future reference if an appropriate vacancy arises.

Miwatj strongly prefers that all applications and expressions of interest submit your application via our recruitment platform by clicking the link below.

You may contact HR via recruitment@miwatj.com.au. However, if that is not possible, EOI or resume may be mailed or faxed, to arrive by the closing date, to:
Miwatj Health – Human Resources Department
PO Box 519
Nhulunbuy NT 0881
Fax number (08) 8987 1670

See Website for all details and APPLY

https://miwatj.applynow.net.au/

 33. Mulungu ACCHO QLD Tablelands : GENERAL PRACTITIONERS

The Tablelands region has diverse landscapes including world heritage rainforests, crater lakes, expansive savannahs and wetlands, along with a variety of rural and agricultural farming.

Located in Far North Queensland, west of Port Douglas and Cairns, known as the Gateway to Cape York, Mareeba offers friendly country hospitality and a range of experiences – from the Tableland’s beautiful waters to the Heritage Rainforest there is always something to captivate you.

Mareeba has excellent coffee, wineries, and only 45 minutes from Cairns where city meets country. Local Schools, quality high schools in the area

Work in new 2 storey building, state of art clinical equipment, professional team envrionment. Central to shopping centre, up to date technology. Computerised Medical data bases. AGPAL and ISO Accreditated Practice.

Be part of a multi dimensional profession and friendly team that works with an inspirational Primary Health Care model working in the Mareeba, Kuranda and Atherton areas.

We are a large Health Service with a general clinic, with linkages to Wellbeing and Family Support Services. We have a strong focus on Primary Health Care and Chronic Disease prevention.

We require a:

GENERAL PRACTITIONERS

Full and Part Time with the following qualifications:

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery or equivalent

Registration with the Medical Board of Queensland or able to apply on acceptance of offer. Fellowship of the RACGP or ACRRM

To commence as soon as possible.

For more information please email Human Resources Manager

EMAIL: hr@mulungu.org.au

NACCHO welcomes feedback/comment:Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s