- Explore full-time, part-time, and casual roles
- Competitive total effective package: $243,841 – $295,557, tailored to location and role
- Seize the chance to drive positive change while advancing your career
Congress, an Aboriginal community-controlled health organization, invites you to join their dynamic team, delivering holistic and culturally relevant primary healthcare to Aboriginal people in Alice Springs and surrounding areas. This includes six remote communities: Amoonguna, Ntaria, Santa Teresa, Utju, Yulara and Mutitjulu.
What’s in it for you?
- Tailored Compensation: $243,841 – $295,557, contingent on location
- Time to Recharge: Enjoy six (6) weeks of annual leave
- Financial Benefits: Embrace generous salary packaging, district allowance, and remote perks
- Professional Growth: Commit to continuous development with Congress’ strong support
- Wellness Priority: Access Congress health services for yourself and family, free of charge
- A Place to Call Home: Furnished accommodation provided with use of clinic vehicles in some locations
- Smooth Transition: Relocation assistance available where applicable
- Extra Benefits: District allowance and remote benefits
- Incentivising Excellence: Participate in the Workforce Incentive Program – Doctor Stream (WIP) for added annual Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) payments ranging from $25K to $60K in MM6-7 rural and remote locations
What’s the role?
Step into a role where you’ll provide culturally sensitive GP services within a comprehensive primary healthcare framework, focusing on Remote Communities.
Collaborating with a multidisciplinary team, your impact will be instrumental in upholding clinical leadership, cultural authenticity, and elevated standards of care.
What do you need to apply?
- Active Credentials: Hold a specialist registration with the Medical Board of Australia (AHPRA)
- Professional Affiliation: Be a Fellow of the RACGP or ACRRM, or possess at least five years of GP experience
- Cultural Acumen: Demonstrate awareness of and sensitivity to Aboriginal culture, history, and ongoing issues
- Added Expertise: Additional qualifications like DipRANZCOG, FARGP, or MPH are highly valued
- Guiding Future Practitioners: Experience or accreditation as a supervisor of GP registrars is advantageous
- Ready for the Journey: Exhibit the capacity and suitable health and fitness levels for travel and work in remote locations
If you’re enthusiastic about fostering change within Aboriginal communities and are dedicated to offering culturally sensitive and comprehensive healthcare, seize these fulfilling opportunities with Central Australian Aboriginal Congress.
NT PHN/RWA NT may be able to offer support and financial assistance to health professionals who are relocating to the NT or moving within the NT to a greater remoteness area classification for the purposes of employment and further clinical education.