Position Available: Nurse
Are you interested in being an integral part of the passionate Earbus Foundation of WA team, taking care of Aboriginal children’s ear health in the Pilbara and Goldfields?
We are looking for a Nurse to join our team to conduct ear health screening and surveillance, oversee clinical follow-up and liaise with families. This is a demanding but highly rewarding role and the chance to make a real difference.
What is in it for you?
- Working with a small, close-knit team of Earbus health professionals.
- Working with Aboriginal children to improve their ear health.
- Working alongside families and remote school communities.
To be negotiated (dependent on experience).
Skills & Experience
- Nursing qualification
- Working with Children Check (WWCC) & National Police Check (or ability to obtain)
- Computer and Excel data entry skills
- Drivers licence
- Excellent organisational skills
- The ability to be an outstanding team member
- Good communication skills.
- Experience working cross-culturally
- Experience working in ear health (although you will have access to professional learning through the Earbus Foundation)
While this is a full-time role, we are prepared to consider splitting the role into two part-time positions. Please contact us to discuss, depending on your circumstances.
Please note, this role requires regular regional and remote travel with trips of up to 5 days at a time during school terms.
How to Apply
If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to know more please contact Emma Cahill on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (08) 9388 7485 for further information and a confidential discussion.
To submit your application please send CV & Cover Letter to email@example.com with subject ‘Nurse Role’. Initial applications close 31st July
The Earbus Foundation is a WA children’s charity that works to reduce the incidence of middle ear disease in Aboriginal and at-risk children. Earbus has been operating since 2013 and currently services the Pilbara, Goldfields, Kimberley and South West regions of WA.