The ANFPP offers challenging and rewarding careers for professionals experienced or interested in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. The program welcomes and encourages career development across a range of areas including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, Maternal and Child health, women empowerment and program implementation and management.
There are a variety of ways to be involved with the ANFPP that range from program delivery to referrals and advocacy. The program offers a range of experience and welcomes new opportunities to collaborate.
If you are interested in joining the program, email your CV to us at email@example.com and we will contact you if a suitable position becomes available.
Currently available job opportunities are listed below.
ANFPP National Program Centre, Brisbane, QLD
The National Program Centre of the ANFPP is currently seeking a Nurse Educator to join our Australian Nurse Family Partnership (ANFPP) team.
The purpose of the ANFPP Nurse Educator role is to facilitate the delivery and development of a high quality ANFPP core education curriculum that maximizes ANFPP staff learning experiences and achieves ANFPP program outcomes.
The preferred applicant will have:
- Current registration as a Nurse, preferably with Midwifery endorsement
- Post graduate education qualification or Certificate IV Workplace Training and Education
- Demonstrated experience of competency-based training in an adult learning environment
- Demonstrated experience working in primary health care and Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services
A full job description, Terms of Reference and details on how to apply are available on the Abt Australia careers portal here.
The role is also currently advertised on Seek.
Applications Close: Tuesday, 20th November 2018Read more