Our culturally-appropriate health and wellbeing services provide community members with a full range of services to help address general health and identified Aboriginal health issues such as chronic disease, cardio-vascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, poor diet and nutritional health, eye health, ear health, contagious diseases, drug and alcohol related issues, mental health and emotional and spiritual wellbeing. Our medical centre provides quality care with specialist services from visiting podiatrists, cardiologists, dieticians and physiotherapists.
Biripi helps families and individuals to access and participate in Aboriginal community activities, programs and events. We also encourage families and the wider community to participate in health promotion activities such as dental check-ups, medical checks and other services.
- Administrative roles
Salary and conditions:
The Casework Support Officer will assist Caseworkers with tasks such as; child care, transporting of clients and administrative functions as required. This role also entails the facilitation and supervision of contact between young person’s and their birth family. The Casework Support Officer will aim to make the contact environment as safe and comfortable as possible for the young person’s whilst maintaining a level of vigilance and professionalism.
Contact person and how to apply:
For more about the job contact Loretta Anderson on 0427 026 303 or firstname.lastname@example.org