We provide high quality, reliable allied health and community well-being programs and services, tailored to the individual needs of the people in our communities of the West Pilbara.
To excel in our organisation, you will be enthusiastic and committed to making a difference to the health and wellbeing of our communities. Your adaptability and positive outlook will shine through and your self-drive and strong work ethic will make you an integral and valued part of the team.
Our current vacancies are listed below. If you don’t see anything that fits with your skills but you are interested in exploring opportunities to work with us, send in your resume or call Bev on 08 9144 6900 for a confidential chat about other current and/or future opportunities.
Due to an internal promotion, a great opportunity exists for a motivated self-starter to join the team. This role is responsible for providing high quality reception and financial administration support to both internal and external customers.
The successful applicant will possess exceptional customer service skills, be a confident and approachable team player and be proficient in financial administration tasks.
This newly created role will provide high quality administration support to the Practice Manager and will also undertake client services as part of the reception team.
To excel in this role, you will be a dynamic self-starter, able to manage multiple projects concurrently and possess great customer service skills.
An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Mental Health Professional (i.e. Psychologist, Social Worker, Mental Health Nurse or Psychotherapist) to join the Mental Health Team at Karratha Central Healthcare. The role offers plenty of variety with the opportunity to co-design and deliver our community and services sector mental health training and awareness programs and also provide high quality, evidence-based counselling and mental health services to our clients.
To excel in this role, you will have relevant professional registration, be passionate about Aboriginal, regional and preventative mental health care and have a minimum of two years of clinical and/or group facilitation experience.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a qualified Psychologist to become an integral part of our team.
With increasing demand for our services, we are ideally looking for applicants seeking full-time employment. We are a flexible employer however and we are happy to also consider those applicants looking for part-time or flexible hours.
Contracting Psychologists are also welcome to apply.
Are you an experienced educator with experience in delivering a variety of parenting, early years and other learning and development programs? Keen to join a supportive, flexible and family friendly team passionate about making a difference to our communities?
Then this flexible, part time role could be just what you’ve been waiting for!
If one of these roles sounds like you, please forward a cover letter of no more than two pages, outlining why you are a great fit for your chosen role along with your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org