Casual Clinic Nurse

Key duties:

  • Providing effective first point of medical engagement including, triage assessments, taking of medical history/detail, assignment of patient, completion of preliminary procedures
  • Providing routine screening services to patients including preventative health checks
  • Providing counselling and support for patients and referrals to appropriate sectors through consultation with doctor and patient
  • Participating effectively and pro-actively as a member of a team contributing to the further development of the service

Key requirements:

  • Current AHPRA registration
  • Ability to demonstrate good clinical skills
  • Ability to communicate effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

Salary: As detailed in the Nurses Award 2010

Further enquiries: Email

To apply: Please send a brief covering letter and a current resume to

Click here for a copy of the position description.

Applications close 20 October 2017

Yulu-Burri-Ba is an equal opportunity employer and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Family Services Manager (Mums and Bubs)

Yulu-Burri-Ba is currently seeking a highly motivated Family Services Manager to lead our dedicated team at the Mums and Bubs clinic at Capalaba.

The position is responsible for developing, expanding, monitoring and continually improving the specialised Family and Maternal and Child Health services delivered by Yulu-Burri-Ba in Brisbane’s Eastern Bayside region, as part of an integrated model of community and family-cantered health care.


  • Managing and leading the Family Services team to provide quality, value-added services in all aspects of children, youth, family and recovery management services in accordance with community needs, Council priorities and State/Commonwealth funding and policy guidelines
  • Working closely with Yulu-Burri-Ba stakeholders to collect and collate data on need, access patterns, existing service update and response, and service gaps, to ensure the ongoing development of Family Services is informed by best available evidence
  • Working closely with senior colleagues within the ATSICCHS network, and with the Family Services Teams, continuing to review and refine the Model of Care for specialised integrated Family Services
  • Overseeing the ongoing development and refinement of community engagement activities aimed at increasing promotion, awareness, access and uptake of Family Services by Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander individuals and families
  • Developing strategic and high level links with Indigenous and mainstream health, education, community and family support agencies and services to improve access for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients and families

For further information please refer to the Position Description


  • Demonstrated ability to manage, motivate and lead a multidisciplinary team
  • Demonstrated understanding and application of theoretical frameworks and relevant experience in the delivery of Family Services
  • Demonstrated understanding of working with individuals, families and communities who have experienced trauma, including acute, ongoing and intergenerational
  • Demonstrated knowledge of, and commitment to, the philosophy and practice of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health services
  • Demonstrated ability to work as part of an inter-professional team including knowledge and understanding of the roles and contributions of other professionals
  • Ability to communicate sensitivity and effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • Effective verbal, written skills and multi-mode communication skills



  • Registered Nurse or Endorsed Enrolled Nurse
  • Practical experience working in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health
  • Successful leadership of health and / or family service programs and management of staff

For further information about the position including a copy of the Position Description, please email

Applications including a current resume and a covering letter addressing the key requirements should be sent to 

Applications close 9am, 19 October 2017

Yulu-Burri-Ba is an equal opportunity employer and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Paediatric Coordinator

(Yulu-Burri-Ba: Capalaba and Bayside)

(Ongoing, fulltime)

The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health (IUIH) was established to provide a coordinated and integrated approach to the planning, development and delivery of primary health care services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations within the South East Queensland.

The purpose of the position is to coordinate the care for children and their families. The role will entail both coordination as well as direct clinical care. The position will be responsible for ensuring care is integrated across the primary, secondary and tertiary care sector. The position will be based at Capalaba but also cover the Wynnum, North Stradbroke Island Clinics.

Competitive Salary Package will be negotiated based on qualifications, skills and experience with the successful applicant. IUIH provides 17.5% annual leave loading plus, salary sacrifice.

Key Duties

  • Receive and triage internal referrals for children requiring specialist secondary level care
  • Coordinate care for specialist paediatric services
  • Deliver clinical services including preventative health checks and more targeted assessment of the infant and child
  • Work closely with Paediatric allied health, child psychology and Family Wellbeing providers to support effective communication and consistency in the provision of services for complex and vulnerable children and families
  • Facilitate case conferencing to optimize team care for children and their families

Key requirements

  • Registration with AHPRA as a registered nurse with post graduate qualifications in a health related area
  • Ability to demonstrate good clinical skills in the area of maternal and child health
  • Ability to work effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander co-workers, children and families
  • Experience in the delivery and coordination of programs
  • Demonstrated organisational skills, including an ability to multi-task, to plan, set and prioritise workloads to meet deadlines, and to work independently, efficiently and effectively.

Enquiries about the position can be directed to Sue Kruske on 0418882337 or email

Click here to download the EOI

Applications (Resume and brief covering letter addressing the key requirements above) must be submitted via

APPLICATIONS CLOSE – Monday October 23rd 2017