- Are you looking for a diverse and rewarding role that can make a real difference with remote indigenous communities?
- Generous remuneration package starting from $135,000 - $145,000 including above award rate & allowances!
- OUTSTANDING additional benefits including salary packaging, 12 weeks paid leave and free accommodation!
- FIFO options and flexible work arrangements available!
About the Opportunities
NHS has multiple exciting opportunities for Registered Nurses to join our Primary Health Care team.These are flexible full-time roles, with the option for a6 weeks on 6 weeks off FIFO roster if preferred, or other arrangements negotiable depending on your availability and community needs.
As a Primary Health Care Nurse, you will be based in one of NHS' community health care centres. You will be working with other health professionals to provide comprehensive primary health care, and promote overall wellbeing and healthy lifestyles, whilst treating a range of acute presentations and emergency care needs.
About the Benefits
- Rostered hours - Monday to Friday business hours plus paid on call hours
- 12 weeks leave per annum
- Leave loading (on up to 6 weeks leave)
- Paid training opportunities and career pathways
- Free accommodation (not shared)
- Salary packaging
You will be anAHPRA Registered Nurse with at least 5 years post-graduate experience in the delivery of comprehensive primary health care.
Any experience working in remote areas or with Aboriginal communities will be highly regarded, though not essential provided you have the confidence and resilience to work in an undeniably challenging environment. You will need to be highly flexible, comfortable handling environmental issues, such as heat, dust or dirt, and prepared to adapt to potentially confronting conditions or situations.
Please note: You will need a current, unrestricted Manual Driver's License, and be comfortable travelling to regional, remote and interstate locations using unsealed roads, by 4WD, or by light aircraft (4WD course can be provided). You will also need to hold, or be willing to obtain, National Police Clearance and WA Working with Children Check.
About Ngaanyatjarra Health Service
Ngaanyatjarra Health Service (NHS) is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service providing care to Indigenous people living in communities across the vast Ngaanyatjarra Lands in remote Western Australia, near the Northern Territory/South Australian borders. We are governed by an Indigenous Board of Directors and are AGPAL accredited. With 11 Primary Health Care Centres, staffed by experienced Primary Health Care Nurses, Aboriginal Health Workers, and Allied Health staff. With a focus on population health and preventative care, we also offer environmental health programs, health promotion, social and emotional wellbeing programs, and a range of healthy ageing and disability supports.
This is a chance to join a leading Aboriginal Health Service and take on a rewarding role, making a real difference in remote Aboriginal communities - Apply Now!
For further details please contact:
Senior HR Advisor
Phone: 08 9363 1805