A wonderful opportunity to make a difference in a rewarding job, while enjoying the laidback lifestyle of the beautiful Kimberley.
- Rewarding opportunity to work as part of a truly passionate, highly experienced multidisciplinary health team!
- Attractive remuneration ranging from $95,425 – $125,802 plus super and salary sacrificing!
- Additional benefits include relocation assistance, an airfare allowance, five weeks annual leave & more!
Established in 1978, Broome Regional Aboriginal Medical Service (BRAMS) was the first remote Aboriginal Medical Service in Western Australia. Our commitment to the core principles of Aboriginal self-determination, access, equity, empowerment and reconciliation is unwavering. As an Aboriginal community-owned and controlled health service, we strive to offer a holistic, culturally appropriate approach in all our services.
Our vision is one of; Healthy People, Strong Communities, and Bright Futures.
We are experiencing a phase of expansion, with our client base doubling over the past three years. Our team comprises 15 dedicated Aboriginal health workers who play a crucial role in our efforts to align with our care model and work cohesively with the rest of our team.
Broome Regional Aboriginal Medical Service (BRAMS) now has an exciting opportunity for full-time, part-time, casual and flexible Allied Health Professionals to join the multidisciplinary healthcare team in Broome, WA.
As a Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, or Speech Pathologist, you will provide services to a caseload of various clients, including older adults and NDIS patients. With the support of your team, you will work to meet the health and wellbeing needs of your clients at home and in the community following a hospital stay.
Your focus will be on enhancing the independence and overall quality of life of your clients, especially those belonging to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in accordance with the BRAMS Model of Care. Efficient and evidence-based clinical service delivery to your clients will be your utmost priority as you strive to optimize their health outcomes and wellbeing.
For specific duties of the roles, please refer to the position descriptions below:
About the Benefits
These are unique and enriching opportunities to provide vital health services to some communities that need it most, working with a dedicated, multidisciplinary team. It’s a fantastic time to join BRAMS during a period of exciting change. You will become an integral part of the local community in an environment that recognises and rewards hard work.
You will be rewarded with a highly attractive salary circa (commensurate with skills and experience) as per below:
- Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists: $110,616 – $125,802 PLUS super!
- Speech Pathologists: $95,425 – $113,339 PLUS super!
Additionally, we offer generous salary packaging options and five weeks of annual leave to help you achieve a healthy work-life balance and enjoy your downtime to the fullest.
At BRAMS, we prioritise the professional development of our employees and by working closely with an experienced team, you will have the opportunity to enhance your skills. With comprehensive professional development programs, including post-graduate qualifications for some roles, you will be empowered to reach your full potential. As our growth accelerates, we consistently prioritise internal advancement opportunities before seeking external candidates.
Take advantage of this incredible lifestyle opportunity with relocation assistance provided to help you call Broome home and an annual airfare! Join our team and enjoy a flexible, family-friendly work schedule with no weekends, just like the many satisfied parents who work around their children’s school hours.
To thrive in these roles, you will hold a relevant tertiary qualification and current registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) with no restrictions. Graduates are welcome to apply!
You will demonstrate a proven commitment to the principles of primary health care while also possessing a comprehensive understanding of the health concerns impacting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Maintaining flexibility in your approach to care can help ensure that patients receive the best possible treatment and support.
In addition, you will excel as a collaborative team member, with exceptional communication and interpersonal abilities that can be flexibly adapted to interact effectively with individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds.
Your proficiency in utilising Microsoft Office or other pertinent electronic databases will showcase your computer literacy. Above all, you will exemplify compassion and dedication as a self-motivated professional passionate about your chosen field.
Please note: Prior to commencement, you will need the following:
- National Police Clearance
- Current Working With Children Check (WWCC).
- Current Driver’s License and the ability to drive to communities as required
- Full vaccination against COVID-19
With a rich history and extraordinary natural landscape, Broome is synonymous with the turquoise waters, red pindan soil and white sandy beaches that have drawn visitors from across the globe. You can sail, snorkel, or dive in their pristine waters, spot rare dolphins from their wide empty beaches, or adventure through the nearby ancient gorges to marvel at the vast untouched landscapes that make Broome truly unique.
However, there’s a lot more to Broome than just tourism – with strong population growth and significant investment in infrastructure, it’s quickly becoming a destination of choice for families and individuals who want to take advantage of the region’s welcoming and laid-back lifestyle whilst enjoying all of the amenities and facilities of a modern town.
These are diverse and fulfilling roles making a difference in the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Enjoy the perfect work-life balance you’ve been searching for – Apply Now!