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Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Outreach Worker

Advertiser: Hunter Primary Care LtdMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
8 May 2019
Location
Newcastle, Maitland & Hunter
Salary
Excluding Superannuation
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Community Services & Development, Indigenous & Multicultural Services

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Outreach Worker

  • Temporary Full-Time opportunity
  • Identified position
  • Improve health outcomes

Hunter Primary Care is a leading primary health care organisation in the Hunter region. Our purpose is to keep people well and out of hospital and includes: 

  • Delivering consumer-focused, quality primary health care services that improve health outcomes
  • Leading and supporting primary health care professionals to enable them to provide effective health care

Hunter Primary Care is an equal employment opportunity employer and is seeking applications for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Outreach Worker.

This is an identified Position. Applicants must be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent.  Exemption is claimed under Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW).

The Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Outreach Worker will work as part of the Integrated Team Care [ITC] program. The aim of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Outreach Worker role is to provide support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members and their families, in accessing primary health care services, as well as enabling best practice care to be delivered by GPs and other health professionals.

The position is full-time, fixed-term until 17 January, 2020.  The potential for contract extension will be subject to funding and satisfactory performance. Annual remuneration is $63 355, plus superannuation and generous salary packaging benefits. 

To find out more and to apply for this position, visit our careers page on the Hunter Primary Care web page at https://hunterprimarycare.com.au/aboutus/careers. All applications must individually address the essential and desirable selection criteria found in the position description in a covering letter. 

All final applicants for this position will be required to have a NSW Working with Children clearance and be asked to consent to a police check.  Please note that people with criminal records are not automatically barred from applying for this position.  Each application will be considered on its merits.

Enquiries should be directed to Julie Smyth, Care Coordination Team Leader, Tel. 4935 3241 or Email: jsmyth@hunterprimarycare.com.au.

Applications close at 9am 11 June 2019. 

www.hunterprimarycare.com.au

Hunter Primary Care is a leading primary health care organisation in the Hunter region. Our purpose is to keep people well and out of hospital and includes: 

  • Delivering consumer-focused, quality primary health care services that improve health outcomes
  • Leading and supporting primary health care professionals to enable them to provide effective health care

Hunter Primary Care is an equal employment opportunity employer and is seeking applications for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Outreach Worker.

This is an identified Position. Applicants must be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent.  Exemption is claimed under Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW).

The Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Outreach Worker will work as part of the Integrated Team Care [ITC] program. The aim of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Outreach Worker role is to provide support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members and their families, in accessing primary health care services, as well as enabling best practice care to be delivered by GPs and other health professionals.

The position is full-time, fixed-term until 17 January, 2020.  The potential for contract extension will be subject to funding and satisfactory performance. Annual remuneration is $63 355, plus superannuation and generous salary packaging benefits. 

To find out more and to apply for this position, visit our careers page on the Hunter Primary Care web page at https://hunterprimarycare.com.au/aboutus/careers. All applications must individually address the essential and desirable selection criteria found in the position description in a covering letter. 

All final applicants for this position will be required to have a NSW Working with Children clearance and be asked to consent to a police check.  Please note that people with criminal records are not automatically barred from applying for this position.  Each application will be considered on its merits.

Enquiries should be directed to Julie Smyth, Care Coordination Team Leader, Tel. 4935 3241 or Email: jsmyth@hunterprimarycare.com.au.

Applications close at 9am 11 June 2019. 

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