Womens Health & Family Services specialises in womens health issues, providing medical, counselling, alcohol and other drug support, domestic violence, mental health and other health services for women and their families. The programs and services at WHFS are open to all West Australian women and their families, with consideration made for the unique needs of Aboriginal, migrant and refugee families.

Womens Health & Family Services is currently seeking applicants* for the following positions:

 



Aboriginal Family Support Project Worker

The organisation is seeking a motivated Project Worker for the Aboriginal Family Services Program with experience and qualifications in delivering a service, targeting at risk Aboriginal women and their families.

The position is part time, 0.6 FTE for a 12 month contract, subject to funding with possibility of extension. Main office is located in Northbridge with occasional outreach work required.

Salary range pro-rata of $58,734 to $66,885 with attractive salary packaging entitlements and superannuation in a dynamic organisation.

How to Apply:

Click Here to view the Job Description and Selection Criteria for this position.

Applications addressing the selection criteria with attached CV and nominated referees should be submitted by email no later than 4:00pm Wednesday 9 August 2017 to Fiona Reid, freid@whfs.org.au, at Womens Health & Family Services.

For confidential discussions regarding questions specific to this role please email Averil Scott at ascott@whfs.org.au or telephone (08) 6330 5400


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Please Note:

It is the policy of WHFS that all employees undergo criminal record screening. The screening is carried out by the department of Health and the cost is borne by the employee.

* Being female is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement for this position under section 30(2) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1984.