- Base Salary: $129,441 – $132,756 (p.a.)
- Total Effective Package: $157,690 – $161,436 (p.a.)*
- Full-Time, Maternity Cover Contract until May 2023, opportunity to extend
For over 40 years, Congress has provided support and advocacy for Aboriginal people in the struggle for justice and equity. Since that time, Congress has expanded to become the largest Aboriginal community-controlled health organisation in the Northern Territory, providing a comprehensive, holistic and culturally-appropriate primary health care service to Aboriginal people living in and nearby Alice Springs, including five remote communities; Amoonguna, Ntaria (and Wallace Rockhole), Santa Teresa, Utju (Areyonga) and Mutitjulu.
What’s in it for you?
- Central Australian Aboriginal Congress not only offers rewarding career options, but a wide range of employee benefits including;
- Competitive salaries
- Six (6) weeks’ annual leave
- Generous salary packaging
- A strong commitment to Professional Development
- Access to the Congress health services for you and your family at no cost
- Relocation assistance (where applicable)
- District allowance and Remote Benefits
- *Total effective package includes: base salary, district allowance, superannuation, leave loading, and estimated tax saving from salary packaging options.
The Clinic Manager provides leadership, management and coordination of comprehensive primary health care to the Clinic, ensuring cultural integrity and high standards of clinical care and client flow.
Regular clinic hours are Monday to Friday 8:30am – 5pm.
Is the role right for you?
- Registered with AHPRA as a Registered Nurse or Aboriginal Health Practitioner with a minimum of 5 years’ post-graduate and experience in clinical leadership.
- Proven extensive experience in clinical leadership and management of a team that resulted in the effective delivery of services to the community, including the ability to implement strategic plans, analyse and address complex issues, and prepare correspondence.
- Sound knowledge and understanding of primary health care service delivery and systems as they relate to the Aboriginal community and a demonstrated commitment to Aboriginal Community Control.
- Knowledge of quality and accreditation including RACGP accreditation processes and requirements for primary health care services, program evaluation and the use of evidence based practices, financial and human resource management, consumer involvement and primary health care planning processes.
- Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, including the ability to negotiate, collaborate and facilitate in a multidisciplinary environment, maintain positive relationships and liaise at all levels and from a range of social and cultural backgrounds
- Current NT Drivers Licence.