Advertiser: Wheatbelt Health Network Inc.More jobs from this company
- Job Listing Date
- 26 Jun 2020
- Northam & Wheatbelt
- Work Type
- Part Time
- Healthcare & Medical, Speech Therapy
The Wheatbelt Health Network (WHN) is a NFP leader in the delivery of evidence based, multidisciplinary primary healthcare (GP, nursing, allied health, Aboriginal health), disability and social services to vulnerable and disadvantaged populations across the Wheatbelt. Services are delivered from 5 sites but this brief will the majority of its work occur from Northam with some work in Toodyay expected also.
The Wheatbelt Health Centre (WHC) is the organisation’s headquarters. Services are also delivered from the Wheatbelt Aboriginal Health Services in Northam and Narrogin, and the Toodyay practice. The WHN has a large referral base of GPs and is set to launch a new site with an emphasis on Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Exercise Physiology to support the needs of clients in the health and disability sectors.
WHN seeks a speech pathologist with a recognised tertiary speech pathology qualification, who is a full member of Speech Pathology Australia and who can obtain a provider number and is willing to have a mixed billing practice, accepting referrals via GP Management Plans and Aboriginal health assessments. You will be a team player who is able to collaborate with other health practitioners (GPs and the full spectrum of allied health professionals) to get the best health outcome for clients. Alternatively if you have a specialty practice in either health or disability alone, then please apply as the WHN is looking for a range of practitioners and will utilise them according to their skill set.
Ideally applicants must be willing to work from Northam and Toodyay locations, and be interested developing their assessment and treatment skills amongst vulnerable and disadvantaged populations. Previous experience working with Aboriginal clients would be highly regarded but not essential.
To explore this role confidentially please contact Dr Harry Randhawa on 0498 399 808 or at firstname.lastname@example.org otherwise simply email your current CV to the above email address. Applications close 26 July 2020.