Kambu Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation for Health is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service that operates in Ipswich and the West Moreton region, one of the fastest growing regions in Australia. We facilitate and promote Primary Health Care Services and strive to establish state-of the-art comprehensive Health Care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Our community is at the heart of everything we do, and they set the direction for our service.
The Care Coordination Supplementary Services (CCSS) Nurse is responsible for the provision of clinical care and support to Care Coordination (CCSS) registered clients of Kambu Health. Through education and individual care plan management, the CCSS Nurse will assist patients in gaining a better understanding of their health issues to provide more self-participation in their management plans and lifestyle choices. The Care Coordination and Supplementary Services (CCSS) Program is a federally funded scheme to improve health outcomes for indigenous people experiencing chronic conditions.
- Minimum qualification of Diploma of Nursing with a preference of Bachelor of Nursing - Current AHPRA registration - Current C Class Drivers Licence (QLD) - Current First Aid and CPR Certificate - Ability to communicate, engage effectively and work together with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. - Must have at least Dose 1 of the Covid-19 vaccine prior to commencement Desirable, but not mandatory: - Previous experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and /or communities
- An Organisation dedicated to enhancing our community's health and well-being - Great work-life balance - The option to access generous salary sacrifice packaging arrangements (up to $15,900 tax free plus meals and entertainment package) - Excellent training and career development opportunities - Access to EAP
Ipswich. To apply, please submit your resume, along with a cover letter to [email protected] Applications must be received by 5.00pm on Friday 15 October 2021.