19 Feb Registered Aboriginal Health Practitioner
Wurli has opportunities available now for both experienced and recently qualified AHPRA Registered Aboriginal Health Practitioners that are keen to join a team passionate about moving forward as one, to heal our people and improve our health. If you’re looking for an opportunity to expand on your current skill set, and develop a long-lasting career with a dedicated community organisation, this is your chance!
Registered Aboriginal Health Practitioners (RAHP’s) are responsible for delivering safe, high-quality clinical services, patient care, health promotion and education as part of a multi-disciplinary team. The role is responsible for delivery of client services in accordance with Wurli policy and procedures, guided by CARPA standard treatment manual and applicable legislation and regulations. Depending on the clinic and / or program Registered Aboriginal Health Practitioners may assess and treat clients, deliver specific health care programs or specialise in a particular health care service.
The role of a RAHP at Wurli can be diverse and challenging. You will be working across a range of primary health care services and clinics incorporating acute and general care, chronic disease, men’s health, women and children and other specialised client support services. One of the core responsibilities of this role will be to effectively deliver primary health care and or support health services to the community. You will be empowered to deliver culturally safe, high quality clinical care and service that focuses on the wellbeing, cultural comfort and needs of our clients. You will work in conjunction with a multi-disciplinary team incorporating the use of a range of modern health facilities.
In return for your services Wurli will offer a remuneration package in accordance with your qualifications, number of years’ experience and ongoing professional development undertaken. In addition to this other benefits include:-
- Salary sacrificing options;
- Generous leave entitlements (6 weeks annual leave, annual leave loading, 15 days personal leave, paid parental leave, 1 week special leave );
- Relocation assistance and a short term accommodation allowance is available for eligible applicants to help you get settled
- Wurli will support and provide you with ongoing Continuous Professional Development opportunities.
A passionate, resilient and enthusiastic individual who has a genuine desire to contribute to a holistic approach of client wellbeing and make a difference will thrive in this role.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate:-
- Relevant qualification; Certificate IV Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care (Practice)
- Current AHPRA Registration
- Current Criminal History Check
- Working with Children Card (NT) or the ability to satisfactorily obtain
For more information regarding the position specifics please review the Position Profiles below:-
Whilst we do not require applicants to address specific selection criteria we do ask applicants to ensure that their resume and supporting cover letter contain information that address the key requirements of the role. To discuss this opportunity further please call Human Resources on 08 8972 9195.
To apply for this job please visit www.wurli.org.au.