Darwin NT, Australia
About the Organisation The Yura Yungi Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation (YYMS) is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service (ACCHS). The YYMS's functions include providing comprehensive primary health care services to the Aboriginal populations and others in and around Halls Creek. The service provides primary health care clinical services and population health programs in Halls Creek and at the outlying Ringer's Soak community. About the Opportunity The Yura Yungi Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation has an opportunity for a highly motivated Child and Maternal Health Nurse to join their team in Halls Creek. This position is available on a full-time, six month contract with the possibility of extension subject to performance and achievement of targeted outcomes.
This is a varied role in which you'll be primarily responsible for providing Child Health nursing servi ces and midwifery services, including antenatal and post natal care to women with significant risk, in and around the Halls Creek region. This role will operate largely in communities affected by multiple layers of trauma and inter-generational trauma.
Specifically, some of your key responsibilities will include: * Providing primary health care to patients, including shifts in the clinic; * Performing health checks on children aged between 0 and 5 years old; * Identifying children at risk and developing/implementing management plans for these; * Liaising with relevant agencies/departments to ensure care for children at risk, as well as for their families or care givers; * Working closely with health professionals to develop programs that enhance the care, health and wellbeing of women, babies and families; * Conducting health education with all children, parents and care givers' clients; and * Providing supervision and train ing to other Aboriginal Health Workers that wish to be involved in the Child Health Program.
About the Benefits YYMS is an organisation that truly values its team, and is committed to improving employee knowledge, skills and experience. You'll enjoy an incredible level of variety, with new locations and challenges each and every day!
For your hard work and dedication, you will be rewarded with a highly attractive remuneration (commensurate with experience and qualifications), plus a range of great benefits including: * Annual airfares after 12 months of employment; * Salary packaging options; * 5 weeks of annual leave per year; * Relocation assistance (negotiable); and * Subsidised rental accommodation.
While you will face diverse new challenges in these roles, you will also enjoy worki ng in a close-knit and supportive work environment. This is a highly attractive opportunity for someone with a desire to make a difference in Aboriginal health!
This is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills, advance your career and enhance your cultural knowledge in a stunning outback location. Make a positive difference - Apply Now!
Perth WA, Australia
About the Organisation Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services LTD (KAMS) is a well-established regional Aboriginal community controlled health service, founded in 1986, which provides centralised advocacy and resource support for 6 independent member services, as well as providing direct clinical services in a further 6 remote Aboriginal communities across the region.
KAMS has successfully delivered high-quality, accessible comprehensive primary health care services over its 30 years of operation and has provided innovation and national leadership in areas such as health information management and evidence-based best practice in primary health care. About the Opportunity KAMS now has a rewarding opportunity for a Remote Health Centre Coordinator to join their multidisciplinary team based in Kutjungka, WA. This role will be offered on a full-time 6 weeks on, two weeks off roster basis.
In this role, you will be responsible for assisting the Health Centre Manager with the general management and day-to-day operations of a remote clinic providing leadership and support to the Kutjungka health team.
Some of your key responsibilities will include (but will not be limited to): * Promoting and advocating health services with the local community Council; * Administering and maintaining clinical standards including all clinical assets according to standard policy and procedures; * Ensuring quality improvements are carried out and met to the required health clinical standards; * Managing workforce, including recruitment and orientation, staff development, performance, training, clinical supervision and in-service education; * Planning and reporting on a regular basis with senior management; * Ensuring staff have access to appropriate systems/programs/resources to enable them to perform their duties; and * Attending, and participating in, regular KAMS senior management meetings.
To be successful in this role, you will be a Registered Nurse and hold AHPRA registration. You will also have previous experience in a similar role and demonstrated knowledge and experience in the delivery of comprehensive primary health care, including emergency care.
For more information on the selection criteria, please click 'apply now'.
About the Benefits KAMS 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 KAMS. These are highly attractive opportunities for someone with a desire to develop their professional knowledge and experience in the area of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health!
There is also a wide range of fantastic additional benefits for the role, including: * Attractive base salary of $107,599 PLUS Super; * Accommodation provided whilst in the community; * District allowance of $2,149(single) and $4,298 (double); * Annual airfare $1,285 every 12 months; * Isolation airfares of $1,200; and * 25% of base salary for on call.
Working closely with patients, their families and carers, this is a role where you will witness the direct positive impact you're making in the community, as part of a close-knit KAMS team. You will be continually recognised for your dedication and hard work!
Don't miss this exciting and rewarding opportunity to have a positive impact on the health outcomes of Indigeno us communities in the spectacular Kimberley region - Apply Now!
Melbourne VIC, Australia
03 Oct, 2018
Permanent Full Time
About The GEO Group Australia We are the country's leading provider of outsourced correctional services, operating in NSW, QLD and VIC. GEO aims to deliver better corrections and create safer communities. We focus on providing a continuum of care and integration of services to make a real difference in the lives of the people we work with.
For more information about our organisation, visit our website at www.geogroup.com.au.
About Ravenhall Correctional Centre - Ravenhall Correctional Centre is a medium security men's prison which opened in late 2017 in Ravenhall, Victoria. - Ravenhall will redefine the role of the modern prison. It's unique design and service model provides an unprecedented emphasis on offender rehabilitation and reintegration. If you are motivated to work therapeutically to create successful outcomes for prisoners, Ravenhall is the p lace for you. - With a suite of over 25 treatment programs and opportunities for tailored and responsive individual intervention, Ravenhall's Clinicians will be able to make a real difference in the lives of prisoners and their families.
For more information about Ravenhall Correctional Centre, click here.
About the Opportunity - Ravenhall will have the largest clinical team within a correctional centre in Victoria and provides a fantastic opportunity for Clinicians who want diversity within their role and are interested in developing and using a broad clinical knowledge base and skill-set. - As a Clinician at Ravenhall, you will have an opportunity to work with different cohorts of offenders and be able to deliver clinical interventions both in the prison and the community.
Some of your other duties may incl ude (but will not be limited to): - Undertaking various assessments including functional behaviour assessment, structured clinical interviews, risk assessments and psychometric testing; - Providing individual cognitive-behavioural interventions to address issues such as distress, offending behaviours or other treatment needs as well as reintegration; - Co-facilitating group interventions targeting criminogenic needs such as treatment readiness, violence, substance abuse as required; - Managing clinical data entry into identified systems effectively and efficiently; and - Inspiring and motivating others, communicating professionally while working harmoniously and collaboratively within the team.
Be Rewarded Joining GEO is an exciting chance to make a real and lasting difference in the lives of prisoners, their families and the community.
You will receive an attractive remuneration package circa $73,382 - $88,305 (commensurate with experience and qualifications) plus super and professional development opportunities.
In addition, you'll enjoy free onsite parking, subsidised meals and access to the staff gym.
GEO provides ongoing supervision and professional development to ensure that Clinicians continue to develop and grow while working at Ravenhall. We are committed to creating a positive working culture where Clinicians can work ethically and responsively to meet the needs of prisoners, therefore promoting lasting positive change.
This is a rare opportunity to join an organisation that is dedicated to improving our communities. Don't wait - Apply Now!
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are highly encouraged to apply.
Applications close at 5 pm 16th October 2018. For enquiries please contact Danielle Kozminski, HR Officer or Ana Cuchilla-Castillo, HR Officer on 03 8363 2658.
Please note: Shortlisted candidates will be contacted approximately 2-3 weeks following the closing date. Unsuccessful candidates will be contacted in due course.
Whenever and wherever people in Queensland need us the most, we're there. That's how it's been for almost a century. Join us and help us keep it that way.
About Us The Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (RFDS) is one of the largest and most comprehensive aeromedical organisations in the world. Using the latest in aviation, medical and communications technology, our Queensland section delivers extensive primary health care and 24-hour aeromedical emergency service, from nine strategic bases to those who live, work and travel throughout the State.
About the Role Royal Flying Doctor Service - Queensland Section (R FDS Qld) now has a unique opportunity for a Manager - Clinical and Base Operations to join their Mount Isa team on a permanent full-time basis.
This is a senior frontline manager role reporting to the State Manager, where your primary responsibility will be to provide effective supportive management for the Mount Isa team and leadership to the Base Leadership Team including, a Senior Base Pilot and Senior Medical Officer, as well as administration and nursing staff.
The essential components of your role will consist of: - Leading a high performance culture to ensure that base staff actively support and positively contribute to meeting the company's strategic objectives; - Overseeing all base operations in conjunction with the base team to ensure service delivery KPIs are achieved, and the base staff are delivery focused; - Being an ambassador for our service in the area and support close working relati ons with internal, external stakeholders and service providers; - Managing work rosters, base budgets, leave balances and planning, while also being on call for staff issues and operational incidents; - Ensuring base resources are utilised effectively to enable the delivery of a 24/7 safe, high quality and efficient service meeting our community and contractual obligations; - Performing clinical services as required by the base roster, including providing high-quality care that reflects current best practice to patients on transfers and retrievals; and - Leading by example
Why join us? In return for your skills, energy and commitment to our mission, we offer you the opportunity to make a real impact. You'll work every day with people who are passionate about our purpose and proud of their contribution to our iconic organisation.
A highly attractive remuneration package will be negotiated with the succe ssful applicant, comprising of a base salary, super, remote area package, relocation assistance and generous salary packaging arrangements.
This is a unique opportunity to lead a multi-disciplinary team delivering vital emergency healthcare services to the communities in regional and outback Queensland - You'll see work and life like never before - Apply Now!
For more information about the role, please contact Kylie Pirlo, HR Coordinator on 07 3852 7569
The RFDS is committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People are encouraged to apply.
Location: Australia and Oceania,--Queensland