Join the IAHA Family! Applications closing COB, Friday, 28 June 2024


VARIOUS PROJECT ROLES at Indigenous Allied Health Australia, a national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation making a difference.
Northern Rivers NSW (part-time), Sydney, Darwin and Canberra based.
$84,627 – $91,520 plus superannuation, salary sacrificing and other benefits.

Casual opportunities are also available.

Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA) is a national, member-based Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community-controlled organisation. Among IAHA’s strategic priorities is to work with our people, families, and communities to grow and empower the current and future Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce. Further information about IAHA is available on the IAHA website.

IAHA is seeking expressions of interest for project and program staff to support place-based delivery of programs in Northern Rivers NSW (part-time), North Sydney or Parramatta, South Western Sydney, Darwin, and the Australian Capital Territory, as well as national health and mental health workforce development initiatives.

As a national organisation with a strong reputation and profile, IAHA’s work is diverse and growing across education, skills and training, employment, and health and related sectors. IAHA is looking for people committed to making a difference alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, families, and communities. Successful applicants will have demonstrated values alignment and a commitment to culturally responsive ways of working, good time management, initiative and outcome orientation, skills in delivering projects/outcomes, and the ability to work effectively with others in a team environment.

All roles require strong community and member engagement, interpersonal skills to support developing and managing relationships with a wide range of partners and stakeholders and administration, project management and organisational skills. This includes working with university and high school students, families, the broader community, allied health professionals, educators, schools and registered training organisations, government partners and policymakers services across government, non-government, community, and corporate sectors.

IAHA is a community-controlled organisation with strong Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staffing and leadership. IAHA values cultural knowledge, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

Certain roles are identified positions open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates only. This is intended to constitute a special measure in line with the Discrimination Act 1991 (ACT) subsection 27 (1)(b) and the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth) subsection 8(1).

Expressions of interest should include a brief cover letter about yourself and a two-page (or less) summary of your relevant experiences, skills, and capabilities.

Please email your documents and a copy of your current CV to IAHA’s Executive Director of Strategy and Partnerships, Paul Gibson, at paul@iaha.com.au by COB, Friday, 28 June 2024.

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February 7, 2024

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