Chief executive officer

Carnarvon Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation (CMSAC)

The Carnarvon Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation (CMSAC) is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service (ACCHS). CMSAC provides primary and secondary health programs and services to the community of Carnarvon and surrounding areas including Mungullah Community and the Gascoyne Junction Community. In December 2013, its services will expand to Shark Bay and Coral Bay region.

Closing date: 

7am, 12 May 2013


Western Australia

Type of vacancy: 

Full time

Salary and conditions: 

$135,000 – $140,000

Job description/overview: 

The directors of the corporation are seeking to employ a chief executive officer. This position provides an exciting and challenging opportunity for a suitably experienced professional, with the ability to communicate effectively with Aboriginal people.

The chief executive officer’s position works with the board of management to manage and administer the delivery of health services to Aboriginal people in the Carnarvon region.

Support the board of management in implementing significant elements of Carnarvon Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation’s service agreement with OATSIH, its primary funding body, and in accordance with relevant schedules and business plan including:

  • Contract Management, and negotiation and renegotiation of health contracts.
  • Relationship management with funding bodies and the Commonwealth, State, Regional Health Services and Aboriginal communities.
  • Support and implement the planning responsibilities of the organisation.
  • Work cooperatively with the management team.

Contact person and how to apply: 

Applicants must address the selection criteria and provide a current resume outlining qualifications and experience. 

To obtain the applicant job pack please email:  or phone: (02) 6146 4729 / 6146 4730.

For further information about the position please contact Leslie Cook on 0487 651 370.

More information: 

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