Vacant Positions - August 2017
How To Apply:
If you wish to apply for a vacant position and feel that you have the qualifications and experience required, please download Job Description which you will find next to advert. Complete the Selection Criteria by giving us a demonstrated brief summary on each of the points raised. Once done, please forward it to email@example.com with a copy of your updated resume and covering letter. Please ensure that you provide us with copies of your qualifications & checkable referees. You can contact our HR Admin Officer on 08 89622633 if you wish to find out further information of any particular position.
CVs/Resumes provided to Anyinginyi will be retained on file either the successful Application Employment file for the duration of employment or on the Position Advertising file, documents are kept for a period of 7 years after cessation of employment or closure of position advertising file and then destroye
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for copy of Job Description for positions below.
Piliyintinji-ki - Stronger Families Section
Remote AOD Worker Click link to download job description
Female Community Support Worker (CSW) Click link to download job description
Female Client Services Councellor Click link to download job description
Kalpa purru Wirranjarlki - Public Health Section
Grow Well Coordinator Click link to download job description
Female Health Promotion Officer Click link to download job description
Wirlyarra punjarlki kapi Miripartijiki - Sport & Rec Section
Team Leader Click link to download job description
Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal Corporation is an Aboriginal community-controlled organization providing primary health care services to the people of Tennant Creek and the Barkly Region, Northern Territory. Anyinginyi offers a holistic approach to the wellbeing of its clients through its clinical, social and emotional, public health and fitness services.
Employment with Anyinginyi can be a rewarding and unique experience - we provide health care services to more than 7,500 people over a 150,000 square kilometres. All positions within Anyinginyi are currently located in Tennant Creek however with the expansion of regionalised health care services there will be increased opportunities for remote locality employment.
Anyinginyi currently employs around 120 full time staff, of which more than 50% are Aborignal. Employment opportunities within Anyinginyi include:-
- General Practitioners
- Aboriginal Health Practitioners
- Corporate Services Staff
- Community Support Workers
- Intensive Family Support Workers
- Health Promotions
- Sports and Recreation Officers
- Work Experience Students
- Traineeships in various sections
Anyinginyi is a family friendly, culturally appropriate organisation and offers the following conditions:
- 3 month Mandatory Probation Period
- 6 weeks pro rata annual leave with 17.5% leave loading
- 10 days pro rata sick leave per annum
- 9.5% employer superannuation
- A salary package benefit component of up to $15,899.94 of gross wage is also available
- Relocation costs if not living in Tennant Creek only.
Anyinginyi also offers career development opportunities and encourages all employees to undertake studies. Staff currently employed with Anyinginyi have a great wealth of knowledge and can provide on the job training and assistance with career development.
Aboriginal Health Practitioners
Should you be currently working towards becoming an Aboriginal Health Practitioner, Anyinginyi are happy to assist you where they can if you need work experience within a clinical environment as part of your training providing we have facilities and mentors available. Anyinginyi are not an RTS, however we can support you through your training to progress your career as a health care professional.
You can submit your application in the following ways:-
1 Irvine Street
Tennant Creek, NT
Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal Corporation
Attn: HR Admin Officer
PO Box 403
Tennant Creek, NT 0860