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The Earbus Foundation is a WA-based Children's charity that works to reduce the incidence of middle ear disease in Aboriginal and at-risk children in our state. The Foundation brings together experts from Education, Health, Culture and Communities

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New Earbus Program Underway

Earbus Foundation of Western Australia

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New Earbus Programs to the Kimberley and the SW of the state are underway in both regions with clinical visits starting in both regions in April 2018.

The Kimberley Earbus Program has been made possible by a WA State Government budget allocation under the Royalties for Regions program. Earbus Foundation will have resident staff based in Kununurra with the team providing services across the East Kimberley and into the east Fitzroy Valley.

The SW Earbus Program, based out of Bunbury, is funded by charitable and philanthropic contributions. Ian Potter Foundation is the anchor sponsor along with substantial funding from Stan Perron Charitable Trust and Alcoa . The PEACH Trust Fund (Alcoa employees) funded essential equipment with a generous grant of almost $11,000. Aurizon Community Giving Fund has also provided financial assistance for medical services in areas not covered by existing providers.

Earbus Foundation initially expects around 2000 Aboriginal children will benefit directly from the roll-out of the two new programs.

Position Available: Health Worker

Earbus Foundation of Western Australia

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Earbus Foundation of WA

Location: Based in Kununurra WA (Head office Perth) 

Earbus Foundation of WA is an award-winning provider of high quality ear health screening and treatment services to Aboriginal communities, families and children in regional and remote Western Australia. 

Earbus is looking for a Health Worker or Nursing Assistant to join the new team based in Kununurra. This person is required to manage the surveillance, identification and treatment of children in the ear health clinical pathway (full training provided). The position has a clinical and administrative workload. 

Position Requirements

  • Healthcare qualification
  • Current Working with Children Card (WWCC)
  • Police Clearance
  • Computer and excel data entry skills
  • Drivers licence
  • Good clinical and organisation skills
  • The ability to be a team member
  • Good communication skills and ability to work effectively as part of a team 

If you are interested in joining our team then you will be reliable, positive and flexible. 

Attractive salary and generous leave provisions to be negotiated with individual applicants. 

Your application should include: 

  1. A completed Earbus Application form
  2. A cover letter with your expression of interest
  3. Your CV
  4. Copies of your Licence, police clearance and WWC card  

Submit by email: office@earbus.org
Phone: 0456 062 257 (Lara) 
Interviews are anticipated in the week of 12 March 2018. Apply now! 

Position Available: Nurse

Earbus Foundation of Western Australia

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Earbus Foundation of WA

Location: Based in Kununurra WA (Head office Perth) 

Earbus Foundation of WA is an award-winning provider of high quality ear health screening and treatment services to Aboriginal communities, families and children in regional and remote Western Australia.

Earbus is looking for a nurse to join the new team based in Kununurra. This person is required to screen and treat (as part of a team) children’s ear health in remote schools in the East Kimberley region. The position has a clinical and administrative workload. 

Position Requirements

  • Nursing qualification
  • Current Working with Children Card (WWCC)
  • Police Clearance
  • Computer and excel data entry skills
  • Drivers licence
  • Good management and organisation skills
  • The ability to be a team member
  • Good communication skills. 

 If you are interested in joining our team then you will be reliable, positive and flexible. 

Attractive salary and generous leave provisions to be negotiated with individual applicants. 

Your application should include: 

  1. A completed Earbus Application form
  2. A cover letter with your expression of interest
  3. Your CV
  4. Copies of your Licence, police clearance and WWC card  

Submit by email: office@earbus.org
Phone: 0456 062 257 (Lara) 
Interviews are anticipated in the week of 12 March 2018. Apply now! 

Earbus Foundation of Western Australia
Building E, 18 Barrett Street
Wembley, Western Australia 6014
Australia