Employment at Yulu-Burri-Ba

At Yulu-Burri-Ba we love to expand our team and services offered to our community. Yulu-Burri-Ba Aboriginal Corporation for Community Health (Yulu-Burri-Ba) is responsible for providing a safe, friendly, confidential and culturally appropriate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care service in line with community needs and consistent with relevant National and State Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health frameworks. Yulu-Burri-Ba has clinics at North Stradbroke Island, Capalaba and Wynnum.

 


 Current vacancies at Yulu-Burri-Ba

Care Coordinator (Nurse)

This position is based at our Capalaba clinic.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

The Yulu-Burri-Ba Aboriginal Corporation for Community Health (Yulu-Burri-Ba) is responsible for providing a safe, friendly, confidential and culturally appropriate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care service in line with community needs and consistent with relevant National and State Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health frameworks. Yulu-Burri-Ba has clinics at North Stradbroke Island, Capalaba and Wynnum.

Yulu-Burri-Ba is currently seeking a highly motivated Care Coordinator to join our dedicated team at our Capalaba clinic.

The Care Coordinator will be responsible for working collaboratively with patients, general practitioners, general practice/community-controlled health service staff and a broad range of other relevant government/non-government services to facilitate provision of appropriate multidisciplinary care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with target chronic diseases, to help them manage their health in a way that meets their individual needs and will result in optimal health outcomes.

As the successful applicant you will have:

  • Appropriate qualifications as a Nurse (EN or EEN)
  • An understanding and commitment to the concept and philosophy of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations
  • An ability to develop rapport with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients/communities and provide support in a culturally sensitive way.
  • Clinical understanding of chronic disease
  • An ability to advocate on behalf of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients
  • An ability to work effectively with/engage a range of health professionals and services
  • Demonstrated competence in use I.T. including electronic client record systems

The successful applicant must be eligible to obtain a Working with Children, Blue Card.

Click here to download a copy of the Position Description

To apply – send a one-page covering letter and resume via Seek.com.au or to hr@ybb.com.au

Applications close 9am Friday 22 December 2017

For any further enquiries: call Ms Taygan TuckerPractice Manager Capalaba (07) 3900 7800 or email hr@ybb.com.au