Red Lily Health Board are seeking expressions of interest for several roles to start in February 2022.
- Aboriginal Health Practitioner
- Clinical Nurse Manager
- Remote Area Nurse
- Junior Remote Nurse
Warruwi Health Centre will be the second of four West Arnhem community centres that will transfer to the management of Red Lily Health Service. The date for the Warruwi transfer is 1st February 2022. This is a significant event in the life of this small island community and likely to involve great celebration
Why Red Lily Health Board?
Be in at the ground floor! Red Lily Health Service is a new Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service that offers you the chance of sharing in the development of a true community-focused health service. Work in a dynamic cultural environment that adds interest and satisfaction to the important work that nurses already do.
About Warruwi Community
Warruwi is the main township on South Goulburn Island, approximately 300km east of Darwin at the eastern base of the Cobourg Peninsula.
The mostly Indigenous community has a population of approximately 500 people, but this number grows during the wet season and drops during the dry, when people travel to visit family and country. A mission settlement was established on the island by Reverend James Watson soon after his arrival on 22 June 1916.
The traditional language of the island is Mawng, with people speaking other languages including Kunbarlang, Kunwinjku, Djambarrpuyngu, Galpu and English. English is typically people’s second or third language.
How to express interest
If you are interested to know more, please write to us telling us about yourself and include a copy of your CV.
Want to find out more about this opportunity? Please contact Lauren Golotta on 08 8982 1011 or