Environmental health worker

Umoona Tjutagku Health Service (ICN 7460)

Umoona Tjutagku Health Service is responsible for providing a safe, friendly, confidential and culturally appropriate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care service in line with community needs and consistent with relevant National and State Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health frameworks.

Closing date: 

6am, 30 October 2013


Coober Pedy
South Australia

Type of vacancy: 

Full time
Full time/part time/casual; ongoing/fixed contract

Salary and conditions: 

salary sacrifice/salary packaging options

Job description/overview: 

Umoona Tjutagku Health Service is seeking a motivated and reliable person to fill the position of Aboriginal health worker. The successful candidate must have Certificate III qualifications as a health worker, a valid driver’s license and be willing to take a police check.

We at Umoona Tjutagku Health Service are passionate about bridging the health gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in our community.

You will be part of a service that promotes the improvement of Aboriginal health by using primary health care principles.

Benefits of being employed by Umoona Tjutagku Health Service:

  • gain experience working within an Aboriginal community
  • working with multiple traditional Aboriginal groups
  • work for an AGPAL accredited health service
  • opportunities for individualised training/continuing professional development
  • be a part a progressive organisation
  • great team environment
  • salary sacrifice/salary packaging options.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

Contact person and how to apply: 

For enquiries and job and person specification:
Mr. Dilshan Perera
Executive Assistant/ Acting Business Services Manager
Phone: (08) 8672 5255
Email: dperera@uths.com.au

Applications with 3 referees to:
Mrs. Priscilla Larkins
Chief Executive Officer
PO Box 166
Coober Pedy SA 5723
Email: plarkins@uths.com.au

More information: 

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