Be part of our team
We employ some bright minds at Diabetes WA, and we are always on the lookout for more – whether they be employees, volunteers or fundraisers.
Our team is a dynamic group of individuals, dedicated to the cause of improving the lives of those affected by diabetes. For many of us, that cause is also a personal one. Almost half of us are affected by diabetes in some way, whether that be living with the condition or caring for a spouse or loved one with the condition.
ABORIGINAL HEALTH COORDINATOR
We are currently seeking an experienced health practitioner to engage with Aboriginal communities across Western Australia and coordinate Diabetes WA programs, including diabetes training for local health professionals.
This position is a full-time, term contract until 30th June 2019. We are offering a competitive salary with a broad range of employee benefits including salary sacrifice options (dependent on your individual tax circumstances).
Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Coordination and delivery of culturally adapted diabetes programs, including Aboriginal DESMOND and Feltman training;
- Facilitate programs, including preparing and scheduling tasks, provide training support to health professionals to ensure effective facilitation;
- Project management of key contract requirements under the National Diabetes Services Scheme, including the Aboriginal Health Forum;
- Maintain and develop partnerships and working relationships with internal and external stakeholders, attending stakeholder meetings, delivering presentations and acting as a Diabetes WA representative as required;
- Develop high quality grant applications, and seek to secure opportunities for continued and expanded funding;
- Some flexibility is required for the delivery of programs and services on evenings and weekends, with occasional intra and inter-state travel.
Ideal candidates will have:
- Aboriginal health practitioner or health promotion officer qualifications;
- A minimum of three years’ experience in Aboriginal Health;
- Experience working with Aboriginal communities and/or Aboriginal Controlled Organisations;
- Strong project management skills including researching, developing, implementing and evaluating programs and projects;
- Strong program delivery and group facilitation skills;
- Excellent communication skills with the ability to engage with a wide range of stakeholders including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse people.
- Tertiary qualifications in health (or equivalent) or working towards.
If you are a self-driven and enthusiastic professional looking for a hands-on role within a supportive team environment, please email your resume and a cover letter to Sarah Saolele, Human Resources Coordinator at email@example.com by 5pm, Sunday 28th January 2018.
Please note Diabetes WA requires all employees provide a National Police Certificate and Working with Children Check (if applicable to position) upon commencement of employment.
Diabetes WA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons. Diabetes WA encourages people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from CALD backgrounds and people living with disabilities.