Guide for Applicants
Thank you for your interest in joining Bega Garnbirringu Health Services.
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The Tobacco Action Worker assists in the delivery of a culturally appropriate smoking cessation program, tailored to the needs of the ATSI community of the Goldfields region.
As a member of a multidisciplinary team you will contribute to promoting, undertaking and supporting a range of programs, activities and workshops regarding strategies to address quitting smoking; and contribute to the development and provision of community educations and engagement regarding the effects of tobacco and supporting healthy eating.
This position will involve a high level of engagement and collaboration with key stakeholders including consumers and their families and carers, Bega employees, General Practitioners, local health district staff, Department of Educations and other Government and Non-Government organisations.
The purpose of this position id to engage, inform and assist people living in Aboriginal remote communities through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) pathway process and provide information about services available through NDIS.
This position acts as the cultural broker between the community and the Agency by providing relevant information and referring people with disabilities and their families to the NDIS coordinator.
Expression of Interest: General Practitioner
About the Position
This position is a highly varied role that will see you working as part of a multi-disciplinary clinic team to deliver a comprehensive, holistic, culturally appropriate primary health care service to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of the Goldfields Region.
Outreach travel throughout the Goldfields with the Mobile Clinic team, up to 3-4 nights as required.
To be considered for this position, you must have:
- Relevant qualification and registration with AHPRA as a Medical Practitioner
- Demonstrated understanding of the principles of comprehensive primary health care and Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services
- Primary health care experience with advanced clinical skills and competencies needed to work effectively within an Aboriginal primary health care setting
- Understanding of the issues affecting the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people including social determinants of health
- Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to liaise with people from a wide range of cultural and social backgrounds
- Demonstrated understanding of applicable accreditation standards including RACGP
- Demonstrated commitment to confidentiality and a high level of accuracy
- Work effectively as a member of a team in an environment of competing priorities
Under the direction of the SEWB Coordinator, Counsellors are to ensure the delivery of culturally appropriate social and emotional health support to the Aboriginal community of the Goldfields.
To be considered for this role, you will hold tertiary qualifications in Counselling or related field; demonstrated ability to provide a counselling service based on sound knowledge of the psycho/social/emotional health and life-cycle factors; ability to plan, develop, implement and evaluate individual and group treatment programs; efficient and effective time and caseload management skills; highly developed written and verbal communication skills; a deep and empathetic understanding of issues affecting Aboriginal people and a genuine passion for Aboriginal health and well-being is vital to your success in this role.
This position requires travel to the Northern and Southern Goldfields areas on a regular basis.
Health Practitioner (AHP, EN, RN) (Clinical Services, New Directions, Mobile Clinic)
This position provides health clinical assessment and treatment, care coordination, client support and community development activities to clients and families of the Goldfields.
To be considered for this role, you must hold a current AHPRA registration as an Aboriginal Health Practitioner, Enrolled Nurse or Registered Nurse; have an understanding of scope of practice in line with relevant state board; demonstrated ability to work independently and in a multi-disciplinary team environment; efficient and effective time management skills; highly developed written and verbal communication skills; a deep and empathetic understanding of issues affecting Aboriginal people and a genuine passion for Aboriginal Health and well-being.
Applicants must hold a current WA drivers licence; police certificate (not older than 6 months); current working with children’s check.
This position works within a small team environment with the aim of improving the health status of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through the provision of comprehensive and culturally appropriate primary health care services.
The primary function of this position is to provide high quality nursing practice including assessment, examination, treatment and case management, along with contributing to the development of models of holistic health incorporating continuity of care.
This position requires travel to the Northern and Southern Goldfields areas on a regular basis, up to 3-4 days at a time.