Location: Western QLD
Company: North West Hospital and Health Service
$2,588.80 to $3,923.90 p.f. + benefits
- Unique locations
- Friendly communities
- Regional, rural and remote $$$ incentives
Covering a region of approx. 300,000 km2 the NWHHS delivers effective, high quality, and accessible public hospital and healthcare services to the residents of the Outback communities within North Western Queensland and the Gulf of Carpentaria.
As an employer we focus on positive health outcomes for the people of our region and embrace innovative ways to achieve this and support our staff to flourish in their careers.
If you are finding the urban healthcare environment a little uninspiring, you will likely find substantial satisfaction in the challenge of a diverse casemix and meaningful community engagement on offer when working at our regional, rural or remote facilities.
Our HHS values professionalism, leadership capability, excellence and resilience in our staff. To attract top tier candidates we offer generous remuneration packages and employment benefits that include:
- Rural and Remote Allowance for Health Practitioners $110.38 p.f.
- FREE accommodation
- 17.5% recreational leave loading
- up to 12.5% employer superannuation contribution
- professional development assistance
- and access to corporate discounts, and employee wellness and assistance programs.
Temporary full-time position up to six months, 76 hours per fortnight.
Provide professional, client-focussed clinical pharmacy services within an evidence-based, quality and multidisciplinary health care environment, under professional supervision and guidance, dependent upon the level of experience.
Mandatory requirements are a relevant tertiary degree qualification and appropriate registration/licences. Pre-employment screening, including criminal history checks and Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) risk role compliance, will be conducted for the successful candidate.
Once a raw frontier town built in the heart of North West Queensland around the vast mineral resources, Mount Isa has grown into a thriving industrial and commercial centre renowned for its friendly and welcoming nature.
Affectionately known as the ‘oasis of the outback,’ Mount Isa represents over 50 nationalities which give the city a unique cosmopolitan flavour. People enjoy living in this modern community, with restaurants, excellent health care, shopping, churches, clubs, service clubs and social activities. You will love the yearly carnival of festivities and celebrations including the Mount Isa Rodeo.
The Traditional Owners of the area are the Kalkadoon people.
Contact: Jorgia Martin or Andrew Quabba on 07 4744 4806.
Apply ONLINE by: Wednesday 15 September 2021
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