Careers

The Port Lincoln Aboriginal Health Service Inc provides Primary Health Care to some 1,200 Aboriginal clients in Port Lincoln and surrounding areas, and is principally funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing through the Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Country Health SA. It also operates a number of allied programs such as Social and Emotional Wellbeing.

The Health Service has vacancies in its Community Controlled Health Service and applications are now invited for the following positions:

APPLICATION FOR TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT

Occasionally there are temporary vacancies which need to be filled quickly. Accordingly, a temporary employment register is being established. Positions include Registered and Enrolled Nurses; Aboriginal Health Workers; Support Workers and Administrative staff.

If you are interested in being included on this register, please fill in the 2 page employment application form which is available from the Reception Counter, PLAHS, 19a Oxford Terrace, Port Lincoln (entrance from rear carpark) or email reception@plahs.org.au.

Applications may be submitted at any time.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

EMPLOYMENT VACANCIES

Port Lincoln Aboriginal Health Service

Port Lincoln Aboriginal Health Service Inc (PLAHS) is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service, providing high quality, holistic community-based healthcare with an emphasis on Aboriginal primary health care.

 

Doctors

Dr Alex van Rooijen
Dr Neville Carlier
Dr Christine Lucas
Dr Lauren Christian (visiting – please contact for appointments)
Dr Meredith Frearson (visiting – please contact for appointments)

Registered Nurses

Julie Glass
Donna Sellen
Heather Collins
Winnie Santos
Samantha Tressider
Neil Dunning
Rita Apelt
Kerry Green
Carmel Barry

Health Workers

Natasha Johncock
Maryanne Clements
Jerome Ah-Kit Burgoyne
Kingsley Bilney
Ronald Carbine
Shanae Coulthard

Integrated Team Care Coordinator

Neil Dunning

Aged Care Coordinator

Natasha Johncock

Trainee Health Worker

Amelia Ware

Counsellor

Anne Burns

SEWB Support Workers

David Dudley Jnr

SEWB Caseworkers

Kingsley Ware
Jermaine Miller
Christina Lake

Hospital Liaison

Clifford Warrior

Administration

Carolyn Miller
Teresa Szumski
Sue Mills
Meredith Carlier
Brendan Pickett
Duarne Johncock
Kelly Carbine
Twania Flavel
Tahnee Weetra
Kyra Dudley

NDIS Coordinator

Rachel Ware