Aboriginal Population Health Trainee – Close: 22nd November 2020
Employment Type: 2 x Temporary Full Time (Up to 3 years)
Position Classification: Health Manager Level 1
Remuneration: $37.52 – $50.57 per hour
Hours Per Week: 38
Requisition ID: REQ194961
Where you’ll be working
Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) is responsible for providing primary and secondary health care for people living in the Auburn, Blacktown, and The Hills Shire, Holroyd and Parramatta Local Government Areas (LGAs) and tertiary care to residents of the Greater Western Region. We are committed to our vision of ‘better health services for the people of western Sydney and beyond’ and to the delivery of health care or related services in line with our core values of collaboration, openness, respect and empowerment.
What you’ll be doing
The position will build capacity within the Aboriginal workforce to develop and implement population health strategies to protect and promote the health of the people in the local community.
The holder of this position will complete a three-year traineeship as part of the NSW Aboriginal Population Health Training Initiative. This will involve a series of work-based placements within the health service and part-time study towards a Master of Public Health degree at a NSW-based university. For more information on the Aboriginal Population Health Training Initiative please visit http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/training/aphti/
People with disabilities who meet the selection criteria are encouraged to apply; and where required, WSLHD will implement reasonable adjustment consistent with industry standard.
This is an Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander Identified position. Please see essential criteria. An applicant’s race is a genuine occupational qualification for this role and is authorised under Section 14(d) of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, NSW. Please include some information about your Aboriginal Australian / Torres Strait Islander identity in the cover letter of your application. If offered an interview you can expand on this information at the interview itself in response to questions from an Aboriginal panel member.
November 3, 2020
Posted by: Jordyn Townsend