Advanced Health Worker – Corrections (Women’s Business)

  • Company:
    Queensland Health - Townsville Hospital and Health Service
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Temporary
  • Posted:
    19 hours ago
  • Category:
    Government

The Townsville Hospital and Health Service is the largest tertiary health service in northern Australia; we are responsible for the delivery of healthcare services, education and research within a region covering over 149,500km with a population of approximately 250,000 people.

Townsville Sexual Health Services are currently seeking an Advanced Health Worker (Women’s Business) to join their team on a temporary part-time basis, 38 hours per fortnight.

Please note: under s25 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991, there is a genuine occupational requirement for the incumbent to be Indigenous to the Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Community.

  • Job Type: Temporary
  • Position Type: Part-time
  • Location: Townsville region
  • Contact Name: Gianna Todeschino
  • Contact Number:
  • Closing Date: 24-JAN-21

The Townsville Hospital and Health Service vision is one of excellence… to emerge the leader in health care, research and education for regional Australia.

Do you have what it takes to make a substantial contribution to our vision?
Are you:

  • Passionate, committed and dedicated to your profession?
  • Prepared to question and advocate for what is important?

About your opportunity
To enhance the health and wellbeing of Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander offenders, in both correctional and youth detention centres, through the provision of high quality, accountable and culturally appropriate services focussed on sexual health.

Role requirements:

  • Certificate IV in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care or higher.
  • Possess a current blue card. Potential applicants are advised that the Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian Act 2000 requires Queensland Health to seek a ‘working with children check’ from the Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian prior to appointment to this position.
  • ‘C’ class motor vehicle licence.
  • This position has been identified under s25 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld), to have a genuine occupational requirement for the incumbent to be indigenous to the Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Community. Please download the attachment to provide evidence you meet this requirement along with your application.

Generous remuneration package value up to $39,103 p.a. comprising salary range of $31.52 to $34.56 p.h. (OO4), 17.5% leave loading, 12.75 % employer contribution to superannuation. Other employment benefits may include: professional development, salary sacrificing options, shift and locality allowances, corporate discounts, wellness programs and the Employee Assistance Program.

Why make the change?
Our gorgeous weather promotes an outdoor lifestyle as the sun shines nearly all year round (320+ days/year). Enjoy the benefits of urban living without being trapped in a commuter nightmare of metropolitan traffic. Appreciate the country town `feel’ and change your pace as you absorb the local tropical/coastal flow.

Living in Townsville, the largest regional centre in the North.

The city heart provides opportunity for boutique shopping, fine dining experiences, cultural events and a bustling nightlife. The Strand is Townsville’s waterfront esplanade; take a stroll along the picturesque paths, do some shopping or attend the night markets, be spoilt for choice with alfresco dining options, sit and relax while the kids play at the water park or one of the family fun areas. Picnic and BBQ facilities are available, as well as gym equipment (including a rock climbing wall) and amenities. Swim in the man-made rockpool or the lifeguard monitored beaches. All with magnificent views of the jewel in Townsville’s crown, Magnetic Island. A short, scenic ferry ride will get you there.

Or you can explore the heritage listed Great Barrier Reef on our doorstep, get up close and personal with the wildlife at Billabong Sanctuary, or spend a family day browsing Reef HQ (don’t forget to check out the turtle hospital). Take a dip in one of the public pools, or a scenic drive 66km north to swim in the icy cool waterfall pools of Crystal Creek or hike the tropical rainforest paths of Paluma. Townsville loves its sport. Watch the action of a Cowboys or Townsville Fire home game. Camp, fish, ski or boat along the Ross River which winds its way from the Dam, through the Riverway lagoons, gardens and venue facilities, up various weirs before reaching South Townsville’s beach and wetlands.