Aboriginal Community Controlled and Health Sector #JobAlerts #Doctors #Nursing This week @DanilaDilba @UrapuntjaAMS

 

This weeks #Jobalerts

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1. NT : Danila Dilba ACCHO Darwin 7 Positions Including a GP and Aboriginal Health Workers : Most Close 27 Nov

 2. WA : General Practitioner Organisation: Derby Aboriginal Health Service (DAHS) Closing Date: 12/01/2018

3.Batchelor Institute Lecturer B – Bachelor of Nursing

4.November : Applications open for the 2018 Australian Medical Association (AMA) Indigenous  Medical Scholarship : Close 31 January 2018 

 5. URAPUNTJA HEALTH SERVICE ABORIGINAL CORPORATION  SEWB Social Worker

6. NT : URAPUNTJA HEALTH SERVICE ABORIGINAL CORPORATION : REMOTE AREA NURSE

7. Miwatj Health NT Tackling Indigenous Smoking Community Worker

8-18  Congress ACCHO Alice Springs 10 positions

19-29  JOBS AT IUIH Brisbane

30-33 RHD Australia

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1. NT : Danila Dilba ACCHO Darwin 7 Positions Including a GP and Aboriginal Health Workers

 

1 Aboriginal Health Practitioner – Trainee
2 Clinic Manager (Darwin/Palmerston)
3 Aboriginal Health Practitioner (AHP) / Registered Nurse
4 Team Leader, Mobile Unit
5 General Practitioner (Palmerston)
6 Family Partnership Worker – ANFPP
7 Nurse Home Visitor

 

 

2. WA : General Practitioner Organisation: Derby Aboriginal Health Service (DAHS) Closing Date: 12/01/2018

 

Link to apply: http://kamsc-dahs.applynow.net.au/jobs/93905

 

Short Description: Rewarding full-time opportunity for a GP helping to ‘close the gap’ within an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service in remote WA.

About Derby Aboriginal Health Service

Derby Aboriginal Health Service (DAHS) is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service (ACCHS) providing holistic primary health care services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in Derby and surrounding communities. DAHS provides a wide range of innovative public health programs in addition to direct comprehensive primary health care services. It is required to comply with a number of Service Agreements with Commonwealth and State departments and agencies, and to operate with a number of government and private medical and health delivery organizations.

About the Opportunity

Derby Aboriginal Health Service (DAHS) has a truly rewarding opportunity for a General Practitioner to join their multidisciplinary team in Derby, WA, on a full-time basis.

Reporting to the DAHS Senior Medical Officer, you’ll provide clinical care in DAHS town-based and remote clinics and contribute to the maintenance of high quality health services as a member of the DAHS multidisciplinary team.

About the Benefits

DAHS is an organisation that truly values its team, and is committed to improving employee knowledge, skills and experience. In addition, staff development programs are not only encouraged, but are often paid for by DAHS. This position presents a highly attractive opportunity for someone with a desire to develop their professional knowledge and experience in the area of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.

While you will face diverse new challenges in the role, you will also enjoy an attractive salary package including a base salary of $236,383, alongside a further host of benefits, including:

  • Salary sacrificing up to $31,000;
  • Full medical indemnity;
  • Access to a vehicle for personal use;
  • Fully furnished accommodation, including paid utilities;
  • Mobile phone allowance of $100 per month;
  • On call allowance of $500 per week when on call between 4.30pm and 8am;
  • 6 weeks annual leave; and
  • 2 weeks study leave.This is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills, advance your career, and enhance your cultural knowledge in this stunning outback location. Make a positive difference — Apply Now!
  •  People of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent are strongly encouraged to appl

3.Batchelor Institute Lecturer B – Bachelor of Nursing

This lecturing position is responsible for the preparation and delivery of units within the Bachelor of Nursing (Pre-Registration) taught by Batchelor Institute, based at Casuarina Campus (CDU).

The appointee will work in partnership with a wider teaching team of colleagues in the CDU School of Health. The successful applicant will, through the development and delivery of relevant courses, units, programs of study, clinical training blocks, including those intended for off-campus and flexible delivery, provide expert advice related to at least one specialist clinical area.

This position requires a high level of professional knowledge and skills, experience in higher education course delivery and a Postgraduate qualification, preferably at a Masters or PhD level. Other responsibilities include contributing to the management and operations of the Division.

The salary range for this position is $89,602 – $106,403 + 10% superannuation.

Priority consideration will be given to Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander applicants.

The position description is available from the Institute’s website www.batchelor.edu.au/people/current-vacancies or by contacting the Human Resources Unit on (08) 8939 7207 or (08) 8939 7393.

Applicants are required to submit a completed application lodgement form available from our website and include a covering letter and current resume.

All enquiries and applications are to be forwarded directly to Batchelor Institute via email at recruitment@batchelor.edu.au

Applications close Sunday 19th November 2017

4.November : Applications open for the 2018 Australian Medical Association (AMA) Indigenous  Medical Scholarship : Close 31 January 2018

Applications are now being sought for the 2018 Australian Medical Association (AMA) Indigenous  Medical Scholarship. Applicants must be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander background.

Applicants must be currently enrolled full-time at an Australian medical school and at least in their first year of medicine. Preference will be given to applicants who do not already hold any other scholarship or bursary.

The Scholarship will be awarded on the recommendation of a selection panel appointed by the AMA. The value of the Scholarship for 2018 will be $10,000 per annum. This amount will be paid in a lump sum for each year of study.

The duration of the Scholarship will be for the full course of a medical degree, however this is subject to review.

Applications close 31 January 2018.

To receive further information on how to apply, please contact Sandra Riley, Administration Officer, AMA on (02) 6270 5400 or email

indigenousscholarship@ama.com.au

An application package can be also downloaded from the AMA website http://www.ama.com.au/indigenous-medical-scholarship-2018

The Indigenous Peoples’ Medical Scholarship Trust Fund was established in 1994 with a contribution from the Australian Government. In 2016, the Trust Fund became The AMA Indigenous Medical Scholarship Foundation.  The  Foundation is administered by AMA Pty Ltd.

The AMA would like to acknowledge the contributions of the following donors:  Reuben Pelerman Benevolent Foundation; the late Beryl Jamieson’s wishes for donations towards the Indigenous Medical Scholarship; the Anna Wearne Fund and Deakin University.

5. URAPUNTJA HEALTH SERVICE ABORIGINAL CORPORATION  SEWB Social Worker

               Responsible To                Clinic Manager

               Location                             Amengernternenh Community, Utopia

SUMMARY OF POSITION

The Urapuntja Community is situated on the Sandover Highway some 280 km north east of Alice Springs. Urapuntja Community comprises 16 Outstation communities spread out over some 3230 square km of desert. There are some 900 people who are mainly Anmatyerre and Alyawarra speaking people. Distances to the outstations vary from 5 to 100 kms from the clinic.

Urapuntja Health Service developed from many years of negotiations by Aboriginal people to have their own health service. Urapuntja is a community controlled health service with a Board of Directors which is elected from and by the community at the Annual General Meeting held each year. The Directors meets regularly to discuss issues and make decisions relevant to the Organisation.

The SEWB Social Worker will work as a member of the SEWB program ‘Wellbeing for Our Mob’ team including a psychologist, community support worker and RAN, to provide Social and Emotional Wellbeing services to community members. At times the SEWB Social Worker will work under the supervision of the Medical Officer and/or the Clinic Manager. At other times the SEWB Social Worker will be required to work with limited assistance. The SEWB Social Worker will be required to travel by 4WD vehicle to provide services to remote outstations.

The SEWB Social Worker will plan, implement and evaluate local wellbeing and support programs and help to embed good social and emotional wellbeing practices into the Urapuntja footprint.

DUTIES OF THE POSITION

  1. Develop and deliver SEWB program in conjunction with the SEWB Team, that focus on engaging and supporting community members and their families.
  2. Work within the Wellbeing Shed and associated programs
  3. Provide social support to all clients
  4. Liaise with relevant community groups and stakeholders
  5. Participate in opportunistic and community screening activities
  6. Enter data accurately into the Communicare system and in line with NTPHN and Commonwealth reporting requirements
  7. Provide monthly and quarterly reports on activities in line with funding requirements
  8. Participate in Continuous Quality Improvement activities
  9. Collect specified data on all client contacts in accordance with Clinic and community health program requirements
  10. Liaise with other staff within Urapuntja Health Service and external providers in regards to patient care, referrals and follow up as required
  11. Assist other health staff requiring community, cultural and/or linguistic assistance with clients where culturally appropriate
  12. Participate in on-going training
  13. Provide quality and professional service of care and work ethics at all times
  14. Work within strict confidentiality guidelines, ensuring all client and organisational information is kept secure
  15. Undertake any other duties at the request of the Clinic Manager which are considered relevant to the position and the level of classification

 

SELECTION CRITERIA

Essential

  • Experience in, and a commitment to, community development.
  • Understanding of vicarious trauma, including self-care
  • Familiarity of working in a remote community or setting where flexibility and extensive travel is required.
  • Demonstrated case management experience with families and children.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop good working relationships across a range of sectors and in a variety of settings.
  • An understanding of the Social And Emotional Wellbeing Framework
  • Excellent communication skills, in particular the ability to communicate sensitively in a cross-cultural environment
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team
  • Demonstrated experience in working with minimal supervision when dealing with common social support matters
  • Current AASW/AHPRA registration
  • Current Drivers Licence
  • Able to drive a manual vehicle
  • Understanding of the legal and ethical issues for staff and clients in a primary health care setting
  • Ochre Card (Working with Children Clearance)

 

Desirable

    • Awareness of/sensitivity to Aboriginal culture and history
    • Demonstrated understanding of issues pertaining to Aboriginal primary health care.
    • Experience in using a Patient Information and Recall System
    • Experience utilising and billing appropriate Medicare
  • Experience working in the area of Indigenous Primary Health
  • Highly developed cross cultural communication skills and willingness to take cultural advice from Aboriginal staff
  • Previous experience working with remote Aboriginal communities and Aboriginal organisations and groups

Special Conditions

  • Willingness to work in remote communities for extended periods of time.
  • Out of hours’ work requiring overnight absences may be required.
  • Satisfactory criminal history check.
  • Current Ochre Card (Northern Territory Working with Children check
  • Current Australian manual driver’s licence.
  • A current First Aid certificate or a willingness to undertake training.
  • Experience in operating a manual 4WD vehicle or a willingness to undertake training.
  • A good level of health and fitness that matches the requirements of the role. Note: If so required by Urapuntja Health Service at any time, you must undergo a satisfactory medical examination (including a pre-employment medical examination) for the purpose of determining whether you are able to perform the inherent requirements of your position. Any such medical examination will be at the employer’s cost, and copies of any medical report will be provided to you. You must advise Urapuntja Health Service of any illness, injury, disease, or any other matter relating to your health or physical fitness which may prevent you from performing your duties, or which may affect your ability to work safely.

http://www.urapuntja.org.au/employment/

 6. NT : URAPUNTJA HEALTH SERVICE ABORIGINAL CORPORATION : REMOTE AREA NURSE

              

               Location                             Amengernternenh Community, Utopia

 

SUMMARY OF POSITION

The Urapuntja Community is situated on the Sandover Highway some 280 km north east of Alice Springs. Urapuntja Community comprises 16 Outstation communities spread out over some 3230 square km of desert. There are some 900 people who are mainly Anmatyerre and Alyawarra speaking people. Distances to the outstations vary from 5 to 100 kms from the clinic.

Urapuntja Health Service developed from many years of negotiations by Aboriginal people to have their own health service. Urapuntja is a community controlled health service with a Board of Directors which is elected from and by the community at the Annual General Meeting held each year. The Directors meets regularly to discuss issues and make decisions relevant to the Organisation.

The Remote Area Nurse/Midwife will work as a member of a clinical team including a GP, Aboriginal Health Workers and other Remote Area Nurses, to provide medical services to community members. The role is primarily that of a Remote Area Nurse with a component of midwifery for the small number of  clients requiring ante and post natal care. At times the Remote Area Nurse/Midwife will work under the supervision of the Medical Officer and/or the Clinic Manager. At other times the Remote Area Nurse / Midwife will be required to work with limited assistance. The Remote Area Nurse / Midwife will be required to travel by 4WD vehicle to provide clinical services to remote outstations on a daily basis.

DUTIES OF THE POSITION

  1. Provide general health care through the assessment and management of a broad range of clinical problems, in consultation with Aboriginal Health Workers, Registered Nurses and General Practitioner as required according to the CARPA Standard Treatment Manual and the Women’s Business Manual.
  2. Develop and deliver health programs with an emphasis on chronic disease, women’s health and STI’s
  3. Participate in opportunistic and community screening activities
  4. Perform consultations with community health program clients including the provision of basic physical examination and advice on the treatment and management of clients’ health problems
  5. Dispense and administer pharmaceutical therapies including vaccines and prescribed pharmaceuticals for common conditions as per the Carpa Manual, Women’s Business Manual and NT Medicines, Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Act 2012.
  6. Work with other community health program staff and seek advice and assistance from a General Practitioner
  7. Enter data accurately into the Communicare system
  8. Collect specified data on all client contacts in accordance with Clinic and community health program requirements
  9. Participate in the after-hours on-call and emergency care roster.
  10. Provide health promotion and education
  11. Provide ante and post natal care
  12. Liaise with other staff within Urapuntja Health Service in regards to patient care, referrals and follow up as required
  13. Coordinate the evacuation of patients transferring to Alice Springs Hospital including liaison with DMO and RFDS, provision of emergency care until evacuation, transport of patient to airstrip and handover of patient care
  14. Assist other health staff requiring community, cultural and/or linguistic assistance with clients where culturally appropriate
  15. Participate in on-going training and provide on-the-job training for less experienced RNs/AHWs
  16. To provide quality and professional service of care and work ethics at all times
  17. Work within strict confidentiality guidelines, ensuring all client and organisational information is kept secure
  18. Undertake any other duties at the request of the Clinic Manager which are considered relevant to the position and the level of classification

 

SELECTION CRITERIA

Essential

  • Registered or eligible for registration as Registered Nurse / Midwife with the Australian Health Professional Registration Authority (AHPRA)
  • High level of clinical skills, knowledge, and health promotion skills in particular in the areas of STI’s and Womens’ Health
  • Excellent communication skills, in particular the ability to communicate sensitively in a cross-cultural environment
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team
  • Demonstrated experience in working with minimal supervision when dealing with common health matters
  • Current Drivers Licence and ability to drive a manual vehicle
  • A good level of health and fitness that matches the requirements of the role. Note: If so required by UHSAC at any time, you must undergo a satisfactory medical examination (including a pre-employment medical examination) for the purpose of determining whether you are able to perform the inherent requirements of your position. Any such medical examination will be at the employer’s cost, and copies of any medical report will be provided to you. You must advise UHSAC of any illness, injury, disease, or any other matter relating to your health or physical fitness which may prevent you from performing your duties, or which may affect your ability to work safely.
  • Understanding of the legal and ethical issues for staff and clients in a primary health care setting
  • Ochre Card (Working with Children Clearance)
  • NT About Giving Vaccines certification or the ability to obtain this

 

 

Desirable

    • Awareness of/sensitivity to Aboriginal culture and history
    • Demonstrated understanding of issues pertaining to Aboriginal primary health care.
    • Experience in using a Patient Information and Recall System
  • Experience working in the area of Indigenous Primary Health
  • Highly developed cross cultural communication skills and willingness to take cultural advice from Aboriginal staff
  • Previous experience working with remote Aboriginal communities and Aboriginal organisations and groups

 

 

7. Miwatj Health NT Tackling Indigenous Smoking Community Worker

Job No: MHAC19
Location: Ramingining
Employment Status: Part Time
No. of Vacancies: 2
Closing Date: 30 Dec 2020

Miwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation is the regional Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service in East Arnhem Land, providing comprehensive primary health care services for over 6,000 Indigenous residents of North East Arnhem and public health services for close to 10,000 people across the region.

Tackling Indigenous Smoking Community Worker .5

Are you reliable, self-motivated and hardworking? Do you want to make a difference to Indigenous health? You will work with individuals, clients, families and communities to help quit tobacco use. You will deliver and promote healthier life choices and encourage smoke free behaviour. You will report to the Coordinator TIS on progress and issues. You will need to maintain confidential client information, have the ability to speak and understand Yolngu Matha and have a good understanding of Yolngu kinship and traditional systems.

You must have a current NT Class C Drivers License and a current Ochre Card (or the ability to obtain one).

Click here for Job Description

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

8-19 Congress ACCHO Alice Springs 10 positions

Thank you for your interest in working with Congress!

CONGRESS HR Website

We have two types of applications for you to consider:

General Application

  • Submit an expression of interest for a position that may become available.
  • This should include a covering letter outlining your job interest(s), an up-to-date resume and three current employment referees.

Applying for a Current Vacancy

  • Applying for a specific advertised vacancy.
  • Before applying for any position general or current please read the section ‘Job App FAQ‘.

TRANSPORT OFFICER

Hourly Rate: $22.78 + 25% casual loading

Location: Alice Springs | Job ID: 3696530| Closing Date: 01 Dec 2017

GENERAL PRACTITIONER – ALICE SPRINGS

Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (Congress) has over 40 years’ experience providing comprehe …

Location: Alice Springs | Job ID: 3677297| Closing Date: 30 Dec 2017

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST – EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATORS

Multiple Positions Available

Location: Alice Springs | Job ID: 3683459

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST- CLIENT SERVICE ROLES

Client Service Officer     …

Location: Alice Springs | Job ID: 3672944| Closing Date: 31 Dec 2017

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST- CLINICAL ROLES

Location: Alice Springs | Job ID: 3672893 | Closing Date: 31 Dec 2017

 

19 -29 JOBS AT IUIH Brisbane

 

IUIH and its members are constantly looking for healthcare workers, GP’s, allied health professionals, medical and health related students to fill short or long term vacancies within their growing operations.Current job opportunities are listed below:

 

Website HERE

30-33 RHDAustralia

RHD Project Assistant

$86,549 – $95,175 salary package (comprising gross salary $66,118 – $73,622, superannuation & salary packaging benefits)

full time contract until 30 June 2021 based in Darwin 

Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living in remote areas have some of the highest rates of acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease in the world and account for almost all newly identified cases. RHDAustralia (RHDA) aims to close the gap on death and disability related to acute rheumatic fever (ARF) and rheumatic heart disease (RHD) in Australia.The Project Assistant will provide administrative and systems support to achieve the objectives of RHDA.  This includes support for education, training and communications activities.The successful applicant will have:

  • Previous experience in a similar role.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills.
  • Demonstrated capacity to work independently with limited supervisor and an ability to prioritise workload and requirements of teams.
  • Sound financial management skills, including familiarity with credit card acquittals, reimbursements, invoicing and budgets.
  • High level computer literacy including an ability to work competently in common office software applications and the ability to quickly acquire skills in new software packages.
  • Ability to communicate effectively to a range of audiences.

Contact: Catherine Halkon on 08 8946 8603 or catherine.halkon@menzies.edu.au

Closing date:  19 November 2017

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply

 Senior Nurse Advisor / Clinical Nurse Consultant

$116,499 – $140,632 salary package (comprising gross salary $91,911 – $111,605, superannuation & salary packaging benefits)

Full time contract until 30 June 2021 based in Darwin 

Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living in remote areas have some of the highest rates of acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease in the world and account for almost all newly identified cases. RHDAustralia (RHDA) aims to close the gap on death and disability related to acute rheumatic fever (ARF) and rheumatic heart disease (RHD) in Australia.Under direction from the Program Manager this position will implement the RHDA Education and Training Plan, provide clinical education and contribute to a range of activities in support of the key work areas.  The successful applicant will be required to work in partnership with the RHDA Cultural Advisor to facilitate a better understanding of and respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, particularly in relation to ARF/RHD issues and associated work of RHDA specifically in relation to policy and program development.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Nursing) with current registration as a practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) with extensive post grad experience.
  • Tertiary qualification in public health or other relevant discipline (or progress towards this) and/or extensive work experience in a relevant field.
  • Clinical skills in the care and management of acute rheumatic fever/rheumatic heart disease patients.
  • Demonstrated high level program management skills in health projects, with a proven record of managing a diverse operational group that achieves project outcomes.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Demonstrated responsibility for educational program development and implementation.
  • Experience in workforce training and education and/or adult education.
  • Knowledge of the social determinants of health for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, particularly relating to the development of chronic disease.
  • Demonstrated IT literacy and the ability to work with technology based education tools.

Contact: Claire Boardman on 08 8946 8651 or claire.boardman@menzies.edu.au.

Closing date:  19 November 2017

 Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply

 

 

RHDAustralia Program Manager

$133,487 – $140,632 salary package (comprising gross salary $105,977 – $111,605, superannuation & salary packaging benefits)

Full time contract until 30 June 2021

 

Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living in remote areas have some of the highest rates of acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease in the world and account for almost all newly identified cases. RHDAustralia (RHDA) aims to close the gap on death and disability related to acute rheumatic fever (ARF) and rheumatic heart disease (RHD) in Australia.

 

The Program Manager will provide leadership and management to ensure effective and efficient operation of RHDAustralia. The Program Manager will initiate, plan, manage and deliver key projects in three priority areas, the:

·        Review, development and implementation of the 3rd edition of the Australian Guideline for the prevention, diagnosis and management of acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease which will be the keystone of RHDAustralia’s work in this funding period.

·        Development and implementation of national education, training and self-management multimodal resources to assist with the detection, treatment, management and awareness of ARF/RHD with a particular focus on providing support to patients affected by ARF/RHD and their families and communities. RHDAustralia uses a variety of delivery methods, including an increased emphasis on new technologies.

·        Enhancing support for health systems to achieve evidence based practice for focused prevention activities in high-risk communities.

 

The successful candidate will have:

  • Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field combined with extensive relevant management experience and proven management expertise.
  • High level program management experience.
  • Demonstrated success in leadership and management of multidisciplinary teams.
  • Ability to build strong productive relationships within an organization and externally with a diverse range of individuals and organisations, including the ability to work cross-culturally, in particular with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and organisations.
  • Demonstrated responsibility for financial management and knowledge of budgetary processes.
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.
  • An understanding of the broad health environment, in particular sectors of health care servicing Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander populations.
  • Willingness and ability to travel as well as the flexibility and ability to work outside normal hours when required.
  • Awareness of and willingness to adopt new technologies as well as demonstrated high level computing skills.

Contact: Claire Boardman on 08 8946 8651 or claire.boardman@menzies.edu.au.

Closing date:  19 November 2017

 

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply For information on how to apply for these positions and to obtain the Position Description and Selection Criteria please visit www.menzies.edu.au/careers or phone 08 8946 8626. 

 

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