Indigenous Outreach Worker
We are seeking an Indigenous Outreach Worker to contribute to improving health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with chronic health conditions though access to care coordination, multidisciplinary care, and support for self-management and improve access to culturally appropriate mainstream primary care.
The skills required include:
- To have a passion to make a difference in the community
- Local knowledge of Roebourne and surrounding areas
- Strong links within the community in which they work in
- Must be reliable
- Effective communication and interpersonal skills
- The ability to work both independently and in a team environment.
This is a position allocated to an Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander person
A valid current driver’s license “C” class is a requirement of this position.
The remuneration package for this position will be negotiated commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Package Range $60,000.00 – $64,000.00 (inclusive of allowances)
Access to Salary Sacrifice
Apply for this role through [email protected]
MHS may commence appointment proceedings immediately, appoint by invitation or make no appointment at all. This opportunity is only open to candidates with the right to work in Australia.
Explore local and northwest attractions near Mawarnkarra Health Service
Our service is located within the City of Karratha 40 minutes from Karratha.
The Pilbara is home to several beautiful beaches with opportunities for diving and snorkelling. The area is perfect for fishing and other water-based activities such as boating, sailing and whale watching. Millstream Chichester National Park is famous for its watering holes and camping spots. Within just a few hours’ drive are the world heritage listed sites of Karijini National Park and Ningaloo Reef. There are regular community events such as the Dampier Markets and horse racing and the recent development of the Karratha Art’s Precinct has opened the region up to more artistic pursuits including exhibitions, dance and theatre performances. We enjoy easy access to attractions such as Indigenous Rock Art accessed through guided tours on the Burrup Peninsula.
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