Central Australian Aboriginal Congress is an Aboriginal community-controlled health service based in Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. Since our establishment in 1973, we have developed a comprehensive model of primary health care delivering quality, evidence-based services on a foundation of cultural appropriateness. Led by our board, we have developed extensive expertise on approaches to health policy and service delivery that take account of the social and cultural determinants of health, including alcohol use, social and emotional wellbeing, poverty, housing, and early childhood development.
Type of vacancy:
We are currently calling for expressions of interest from candidates interested in joining our board of directors as an independent non-member director specialising in governance and law.