Are you a dynamic team member who thrives on a challenge, loves working with people and has a genuine passion for client service delivery? A team player who appreciates the value of an energetic team environment and respects cultural diversity?
Bega Garnbirringu Health Services (Bega) is currently seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and committed applicants. If you have any questions please contact Human Resources on (08) 9022 5571 or email email@example.com
All advertised positions may require one or more of the following:
- Current Police Certificate (not older than 6 months)
- Current WA Working with Children Check
- Current WA Driver’s Licence
Relocating to Kalgoorlie?
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- City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder http://www.ckb.gov.au
- Move Goldfields http://www.movegoldfields.com.au/index.php
Applications received via indeed.com; other Recruitment Agencies and without a cover letter will not be accepted.
- Applications will be assessed as received and interviews scheduled accordingly;
- Bega Garnbirringu Health Service reserves the right to withdraw this advertisement without further notice, therefore we encourage interested candidates to submit their application without delay;
Youth Worker (Male)
This position provides an ethical, holistic, accountable and culturally appropriate youth support service by delivering practical and emotional support programs and assist young people to develop skills and make positive changes in their lives.
To provide support and advocacy to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) young people in the Goldfields region, who are facing welfare, behavioural, developmental, social and protection issues.
Develop, plan and facilitate programs to address the particular issues young people face, including: building self-esteem and confidence, family conflict, homelessness, drug and alcohol abuse, sex and relationships, education and finding employment.
To be considered for this role, will have a qualification in Youth Work and/or 2 years experience in a similar position; ability to plan, develop, implement and evaluate individual and group treatment programs; efficient and effective time management skills; highly developed written and verbal communication skills; a deep and empathetic understanding of issues affecting young (ATSI) people.
Senior Medical Officer
The Senior Medical Officer is a key leadership role reporting to the Manager Primary Health. The core function is to provide medical leadership of clinic General Practitioners, including staff performance management and workforce coordination. Working closely with senior management, the Senor Medical Officer will contribute to clinical governance and provide medical care to clients of Bega Garnbirringu Health Service. It is expected that you will be an exemplary leader who provides guidance, mentoring and coaching to all general practitioner and other clinical staff in the pursuit of maintaining a workplace cultural that is free from unhealthy behaviours.
To be considered for this role, you will have at least five (5) years’ experience in community GP practice (post fellowship), an Aboriginal Primary Health or similar setting. Your experience will also include development, implementation, change management and evaluation of complex service delivery systems or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience to fulfil this requirement. A deep and empathetic understanding of issues affecting Aboriginal people and a genuine passion for Aboriginal health is vital to your success in this role.
A highly attractive remuneration package, commensurate with experience and seniority of the role, will be offered to the successful candidate.
If you believe you are up for the challenge and possess the appropriate skill set, please submit a covering letter addressing the essential selection criteria and tell us why you are the best candidate for this exciting position.
National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Early Childhood Support (ECS) Program
The purpose of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Early Childhood Support (ECS) program is to approach, engage and support children under 7 years with developmental delay or disability through timely access to early intervention supports delivered by community service providers. The aim of the NDIS ECS approach is to support families to assist children to gain and use functional skills to participate meaningfully in their daily activities and achieve the best possible outcomes throughout their life. This will be achieved through delivery of the following functions:
- Use culturally appropriate evidence based screening to identify children (under 7 years of age) with possible developmental delay and/or permanent disability.
- Work with Remote Community Connectors (RCCs) to assist with connecting children/families to the Aboriginal Medical Service (AMS).
- Undertake further assessment by qualified professionals of developmental delay and provide advice on early supports/services to address that delay.
- Refer to mainstream and/or existing early childhood support/service providers.
- Refer for diagnostic services where required.
- Refer to Evidence, Access & Coordination of Planning (EACP) where access to the NDIS is required.
- Delivery of initial supports (for children under 7 years of age) including:
- Early intervention for children with mild developmental delay or disability who do not require long term early childhood intervention support.
- Some interventions and recommendations for children who require longer term early childhood intervention.
- Delivery of some Hearing Pathway functions.