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Health Promotions Coordinator

12 May, 2023

A wonderful opportunity to make a difference in a rewarding job, while enjoying the laidback lifestyle of the beautiful Kimberley.

  • Make a genuine impact in the lives of local Aboriginal people by developing community education initiatives that improve health and well-being
  • Earn a competitive salary of circa $95,000 – $110,000 p.a.
  • Relocation assistance available to help you make this vibrant regional community your new home
  • Additional leave entitlements available, including 6 weeks annual leave and 13 weeks long service leave after 7 years of employment
  • NFP salary packaging available to increase your take-home pay

Our Story

The Broome Regional Aboriginal Medical Service (BRAMS) has been dedicated to caring for the Broome community for over 40 years. Established in 1978 as the first remote Aboriginal Medical Service in Western Australia, BRAMS provides comprehensive, culturally responsive primary health care, social and emotional wellbeing services, and NDIS support to local Aboriginal people. With a team of experienced health professionals, including Aboriginal Health Workers, GPs, Nurses, Psychologists, and more, BRAMS is committed to improving health outcomes in our community through collaborative efforts. 

We now have a rewarding opportunity available for a Health Promotions Coordinator to join our organisation and begin leading a small team of dedicated health promotion officers in Broome.

How You’ll Make a Difference

As our next Health Promotion Coordinator, you will play a pivotal role in leading a dynamic team of health promotion officers. Your expertise and passion for community health will empower you to develop, promote, and implement workshops and activities aimed at educating the community on crucial health issues, with a particular focus on tobacco and vaping cessation, as well as raising awareness about rheumatic heart disease. 

Through your leadership and strategic planning, you will drive impactful initiatives that promote healthier lifestyle choices and contribute to the overall well-being of the community we serve.

For a detailed list of core duties and key responsibility areas, click here to view the Position Description for this role. 

What You’ll Bring to the Team

To be considered for this role, you’ll need to hold (at a minimum) a Certificate IV in Aboriginal Primary Health Care, Community Services, or another relevant discipline. You’ll also need to have demonstrated experience in leading and managing a team.

We are seeking a highly motivated individual with exceptional communication skills, both verbal and written, to excel in the role and drive community engagement and education. Your ability to effectively engage with diverse stakeholders, including community members and health professionals, will be instrumental in delivering impactful health promotion programs. Strong organisational skills will enable you to efficiently manage multiple projects, ensuring the successful implementation of workshops and activities. With a keen eye for detail, you will drive quality outcomes and facilitate the dissemination of vital health information to the community. Your collaborative nature and ability to inspire and lead a small team will be essential in achieving our goals and ultimately making a positive impact on the health and well-being of local Aboriginal community members.

Be Rewarded:

In addition to a competitive salary of circa $95,000 – $110,000, you will receive a host of generous benefits as part of the BRAMS family, including:

  • Relocation assistance to help you make this vibrant regional community your new home
  • Salary sacrificing options to maximise your earning potential and increase your take-home pay
  • Professional development opportunities, so you can sharpen your skills and broaden your horizons during your time with us
  • Additional leave entitlements, including 6 weeks annual leave and 13 weeks long service leave after 7 years of service

Ready to Apply?

If you’re passionate about improving the health outcomes of Aboriginal communities in Australia, we want to hear from you – apply now!

For more information relating this position please contact Delia Lawford, General Manager Clinical Services via email: delial@brams.org.au or via telephone 08 91944 800

We reserve the right to close off this position before the closing date should we have a suitable applicant pool.  

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