- Embrace a holistic approach to healthcare
- Join a dedicated and enthusiastic team
- Explore nature’s marvels and historic treasures
Seamlessly intertwining with diverse programs, you will contribute to Wurli’s core commitment of delivering top-tier, responsive clinical care services.
Wurli is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation that stands as a beacon of primary and clinical healthcare excellence for the Aboriginal communities in Katherine and its picturesque surroundings.
From the pivotal main clinic, catering to acute and general care, to the innovative Gudbinji Chronic Disease Clinic, the nurturing Binjari Health Centre, and the specialised domains of Women and Children’s Health and Men’s Health – Wurli’s commitment to holistic health is unwavering.
What’s in it for you?
By joining the Wurli family, you’re not only stepping into a world of enriching career possibilities but also embracing a treasure trove of employee benefits:
- Embrace a competitive base salary ranging from $190,000 to $221,003, tailored to your experience and expertise
- Unlock generous options for salary sacrifice and indulge in 6 weeks of annual leave
- Embark on a seamless transition with relocation support for eligible candidates
- Enjoy assistance with accommodation arrangements and a vehicle allowance
- Experience a balanced workweek of 37.5 hours, spanning from Monday to Friday
What’s the role?
Providing evidence-based and culturally attuned primary healthcare services to the residents of Katherine, your contributions will resonate within the heart of Wurli’s multidisciplinary primary healthcare team, actively contributing to its evolution and sustained excellence.
What do you need to apply?
- Medical Degree/Vocationally Registered General Practitioner (VRGP)
- A minimum of three (3) years’ experience in general practice (inclusive of GPR training)
- Previous experience in working in a cross-cultural service environment, particularly in Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander health care
- Ideally have accreditation as a GP Registrar Supervisor
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.