Aboriginal Health Manager - Lismore
Employment Type : Temporary Full Time up to 16 weeks Position Classification : Health Manager Level 1 Remuneration : $74406 - $100090 per annum Hours Per Week : 38 Requisition ID : REQ129501 A valid NSW Working With Children Check is a requirement of this position. Applicants must be of Aboriginal and/ or Torres Strait Islander descent. Aboriginality is a genuine occupational qualification and is authorised by section 14(d) of the Anti- Discrimination Act 1977.
For help with your application to this role visit Stepping Up , our online recruitment resource for Aboriginal people. Please note, to apply for this position you must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident, or be able to independently, legally live and work in Australia. For more information please see www.
border.gov.au Where you'll be working â€œA healthy community through quality careâ€ Northern NSW Local Health District is located in north eastern NSW, extending from Grafton in the south, to Tweed Heads on the Queensland border, and west to Tabulam and Urbenville.
Northern NSW offers a diverse range of landscapes and lifestyles, from world-heritage listed mountain ranges, to world-renowned surfing breaks, and everything in between. Our people live in some of Australiaâ€™s most vibrant regional centres, with first class infrastructure, unspoilt natural wonders, pristine coastlines, and a thriving arts scene. Itâ€™s a fast-growing region with rewarding careers and adventures to be found among the large cities, regional towns and relaxed rural villages.
For more information visit Northern NSW Local Health District What you'll be doing Manage the Richmond Network Aboriginal Health Team by providing leadership, management, support, guidance, and professional direction to deliver culturally appropriate services and create access to health services for Aboriginal people. Lead the Richmond Network Aboriginal Health Team towards developing programs to support the prevention, early detection and intervention that target health issues for Aboriginal communities..