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Director of Medical Services

Director of Medical Services

Company: Miwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation
Location: Nhulunbuy - NT
Job Type: Full-time
Date Posted: 16/11/2020
Job Contact:

Rachael Agha

08 7902 9100

recruitment@miwatj.com.au

Opportunity: Director of Medical Services

Bulunu Ward, Nhulunbuy, Northern Territory

  • Apply your clinical leadership skills, knowledge and experience in a place where you are truly needed.
  • Realise your true capabilities and see the impact you have, in a dynamic and complex environment.
  • Be rewarded with a salary package of $375k PLUS a $10k retention bonus for your first year, up to 15k for your second year and up to $20k for the third year and ongoing.

Salary package includes:

  • Salary packaging as a not for profit organisation.
  • 6 weeks annual leave as well as flexible leave up to 75 hours per year.
  • 4 weeks study and professional development leave with up to $5k study assistance.
  • Subsidised accommodation.
  • Up to $10k relocation assistance and up to $15k repatriation assistance.
  • $5k PI Insurance and travel allowance of up to $2,035 per annum for leave.

Why East Arnhem Land?

In the North East Corner of the Northern Territory, working in East Arnhem Land offers a unique opportunity like no other. Find yourself in paradise with the tropical weather and spectacular landscapes which are both beautiful and diverse from its rugged coastlines, waterfalls and gorges to its white sandy beaches.

Your opportunity

In this role, you’ll thrive on the variety of every day. You’ll improve the health and wellbeing of the peoples of East Arnhem Land through:

  • Provide leadership to the organisation and provision of MHAC medical services ensuring they:
    • are based on evidence and accepted medical best practice.
    • embody a systems-based, population health approach.
    • meet the needs of Aboriginal communities in the region; and
    • inform appropriate health service planning and policy responses.
  • Directly manage and support General Practitioners, Registrars and other medical staff to perform their responsibilities and duties.
  • Work with NTGPE and other relevant medical training organisations and provide lead supervision of Registrars.
  • In consultation with the CEO, lead a process of engagement with communities and other health services in the region, and identify and develop strategic partnerships with other relevant agencies, with a view to meeting the needs of Aboriginal communities in the region.

Why Miwatj?

We offer you a life-changing opportunity to impact the lives of our unique community, for today and tomorrow. You’ll experience a rich and vibrant Yolgnu culture and will grow through those experiences. Working remote is rarely easy but it brings significant rewards.

  • Do more with you.

You have great skills, experience and strength. Here, you’ll put them to real use and keep growing, in a context where you are truly needed.

  • Do more for you.

In this place, among these people, you’ll find a life that few get to experience. If you come with an open heart, the Yolngu and our wider team will embrace you and welcome you into their lives.

  • Be more than you.

Be part of something bigger. You do what you do because you truly want to help people. At Miwatj Health, you’ll contribute to a better future for the Yolngu and Australia.

About you

You’ll be a collaborative leader, with a genuine desire to improve the standard of primary healthcare across our region. Importantly, you’ll be willing to learn from your colleagues and members of the community.  While we deliver vital services everyday, our purpose is to empower Yolngu people to control their own health outcomes.

How do you know if you’re the right fit?

Before you reach out and apply, we need you to have:

  • Extensive experience as a General Practitioner.
  • Medical Practitioner’s Specialist GP Registration with AHPRA.
  • A commitment to improving Aboriginal health through primary health care.
  • FRACGP or FACRRM and able to supervise Registrars.
  • A demonstrated understanding of a population health, systems-based, approach to improving the health status of disadvantaged peoples.
  • Knowledge of Aboriginal Community Control Primary Health Care Service.
  • Strong management skills, including time management skills, the ability to prioritise tasks, and the ability to write clear and concise reports.
  • Experience in a remote community or Clinical and Primary Health Care Service.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. If you hold extensive experience as an AHPRA registered GP and have strong management and leadership experience as well as demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, values and beliefs, we want to hear from you.

To apply or to view the Job Description, please visit our website: https://miwatj.com.au/dev/employment/

For more information, email recruitment@miwatj.com.au

For further information on Miwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation and the fantastic work we are doing please visit our website: www.miwatj.com.au

We’re proud to employ over 116 Yolngu employees, and are always looking to increase that number. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applications close: 13th December 2020

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