Family Support Worker Vacancy In Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Ltd

Hiring Organization / Company: Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Ltd
Basic Salary: To Be Discussed
Employement Type: Full-Time

Job Details:

About the Organisation

The Broome Regional Aboriginal Medical Service (BRAMS) is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service. Commencing in 1978, BRAMS was the first remote Aboriginal Medical Service in Western Australia. BRAMS is governed by a Board of Directors elected by its members.

BRAMS provides comprehensive, holistic and culturally responsive primary health care services to Aboriginal people living in Broome.

Our Vision

Healthy People – Strong Communities – Bright Futures

Our Values
Respect: Treat one another and others with respect.
Integrity: Be truthful, honest and ethical in our dealing with one another and others.
Accountability: Take responsibility for what we do and the decisions we make.

About the Opportunity

BRAMS have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Family Support Worker to join their close-knit team on a full-time basis.

The Family Support Worker works with the Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) Allied Health Team to provide early childhood support services for children living with disability or developmental delay up to the age of 7 years. The Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) Allied Health Team provides allied healthcare and advice. The Family Support Worker translates this information to ensure the health messages are understood, supports the delivery of the services and helps facilitate the interaction between individuals, family groups, and the community.

Some of your key responsibilities will include:

  • Communicate with families and children openly and with respect for differences in personal, family and cultural beliefs and value.
  • Assist in increasing the uptake of existing and new children with possible developmental delay obtaining Early Childhood Support services.
  • Liaise with KAMS Population Health Unit’s (PHU) Graphic Team and other PHU personnel to develop any culturally appropriate health education resources.
  • Work closely with the ECEI Allied Health Team and the clinic personnel.
  • Coordinate care for families in liaison with existing services and the ECEI Allied Health Team.

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About the Benefits

This position is an incredibly rare opportunity to join a well-established and supported Aboriginal Medical Service within a pivotal role. BRAMS is an organisation that truly values its team, and is committed to improving employee knowledge, skills and experience. In addition, staff development programs are not only encouraged but are often paid for by BRAMS. These are highly attractive opportunities for someone with a desire to develop their professional knowledge and experience!

In addition to the opportunity to cement your career, you'll be rewarded with a highly attractive remuneration package of $69,117, plus super and annual airfare. You'll also gain access to generous salary packaging options, which will greatly increase your take home pay.

Working closely with patients, their families and carers, this is a role where you will witness the direct positive impact you're making in the community, as part of a close-knit team. You will be continually recognised for your dedication and hard work!

So what are you waiting for? Join BRAMS today and advance your career in training and education in an organisation committed to making a difference in remote Indigenous communities! Apply Now!

For any further information, please contact Erina Tanaka [email protected] or phone 08 9192 1338

Job Location Information:
City: Broome
State: Wa
Country: Au
Location: Broome Wa
Job Listing No# : 81524

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