Care about Indigenous health?
Galangoor's service areas mean that our organisation offers a range of employment opportunities and job types across our Hervey Bay and Maryborough clinics.
The roles at Galangoor are diverse and include, but are not limited to the following:
- Aboriginal health workers
- Registered nurses
- Transport drivers
- Medical receptionists
- Administrative and management roles
- Medical professionals
- Allied health staff
- Support workers.
Why work for Galangoor?
We are building an environment that doesn't just offer jobs, but offers valuable long-term careers.
Are you looking for:
- a chance to work with an organisation at the forefront of helping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in our community to thrive
- flexible work arrangements
- positive work-life balance
- supportive and collaborative workplaces
- commitment to employee wellness
- exposure to complex and interesting health initiatives
- access to training and professional development
- scope to work with colleagues across the community and across sectors
Please note that Galangoor only accepts applications and resumes submitted for advertised positions. We are unable to accept resumes provided directly to staff members and managers.
Current Vacancies - Current as at 16 OCT 21
Our staff are driven by a shared passion for Indigenous Health and Wellbeing and a desire to make a difference. Become a part of the team by applying to one of our available positions below.
The Executive Support Officer role is responsible for the coordination of the management executive team daily communications, correspondence, activities, meetings and diary management, meeting secretariat, and business reporting and briefing including data reporting collection and collation.
This role also contributes to the development of positive, effective and strong partnerships between internal and external stakeholders by providing high management and business support including document control to achieve quality standards including the execution of small projects.
The role will also be key to the organisations accreditation processes and Close the Gap initiatives.
This is a great opportunity for an experienced administrator looking to take their career to the next level by stepping into a senior role.
We currently have a rare and rewarding opportunity available for a Child and Family Health Nurse and are keen to hear from experienced professionals driven to help children reach their fullest, healthiest potential.
The Child Health Nurse role is responsible for the provision of culturally appropriate maternal and child health care services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander maternal women / newborns, their children and families, within a primary health care setting.
We take a holistic approach to prevention, early detection and management of child developmental problems, and the role will have a strong focus on early childhood services in accordance with Galangoor’s Paediatric service delivery model.