About Bila Muuji

Work With Us

Coonamble Aboriginal Health Service have formal partnerships with the NSWLHD, NACCHO, AH&MRC, RDN, Bila Muuji, WNSWPHN, Commonwealth Government, NIAA, NSW Ministry of Health and we encourage other service providers to work with us

Vacancies

Alcohol and Other Drugs Worker

Coonamble Aboriginal Health Service (CAHS) is seeking an enthusiastic person to fill the position of Alcohol and Other Drugs Worker (AOD). This role will work closely with the clinical team in the delivery of primary health care.
Alcohol and Other Drugs Workers play a vital role in the primary health workforce. They provide clinical and primary health care for individuals and families. They deal with patients, clients and visitors and are reasonable for delivering a Therapeutic model of care. They also assist in arranging, coordinating and providing health care within the Coonamble and surrounding Communities. The Alcohol and Other Drugs Worker will undergo continuous training to fulfil this role.
NOTE: This is an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander identified position authorised by Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, NSW.

Aboriginal Business’s Wanted

CTG Services – Coonamble Aboriginal Health Service (CAHS) is seeking Expressions
of Interest from Business of any field which may support CAHS in service Provision
across our Region.

CTG Health Services covers communities from Coonamble, Gilgandra, Dubbo, Gular,
Quambone, Wellington, Narromine, Nyngan, Coonabarabran, Mudgee, Warren and
all small communities in between.

CAHS are seeking businesses that will work with and for our communities. Business
that are Compassionate, Connected and Culturally safe.

Aboriginal Business play a vital role with our workforce, community and economic
development as well as employment. If you are an Aboriginal business in any field,
Hospitality, Arts, Cultural Tours, the Trade Industry, Plumbers, Builders and Sparkies.
Please register your business with CAHS.

NOTE: This is an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Procurement Notice
aligned to the 2021 Aboriginal Procurement Policy January 2021. Authorised by
Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, NSW.

Contracts and Performance Manager

Coonamble Aboriginal Health Service (CAHS) is seeking an enthusiastic person to fill the position of Contracts and Performance Manager. This role will work closely with the Executive Team with overseeing and reporting on all State and Commonwealth Government Contracts, Activity Work Plans and Funding Opportunities delivered by all CAHS services.
The Contracts and Performance Manager will play a vital role within CAHS. The role will focus their skills and ability on aligning government contract activities with reporting to Government and Funding bodies in relation to all funded contracts that CAHS delivers on, across the West and Far West Regions of NSW.

Aboriginal Health Practitioner (AHP)

Coonamble Aboriginal Health Service (CAHS) is seeking an enthusiastic person to fill the position of Aboriginal Health Practitioner (AHP). This role will work closely with the clinical team in the delivery of primary health care. This position will be based at the Coonamble Aboriginal Health Service (CAHS) NSW.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners play a vital role in the primary health workforce. They provide clinical and primary health care for individuals, families and community groups. They deal with patients, clients and visitors to hospitals and health clinics. They also assist in arranging, coordinating and providing health care within the Coonamble community. The Aboriginal Health Practitioner will undergo continuous training to fulfil this role.
NOTE: This is an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander identified position authorised by Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, NSW.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Outreach Worker

Coonamble Aboriginal Health Service (CAHS) is seeking an enthusiastic person to fill the position of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Outreach Worker. This role will work closely with the Indigenous Health Project Officer within the Integrated Team Care program and will be based at Gilgandra Local Aboriginal Medical Service (GLAMS), NSW.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Outreach Workers play a vital role in the primary health workforce. They will undertake non-clinical tasks such as; community liaison, administration support, provide practice assistance and provide feedback regarding access barriers. The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Outreach Worker will undergo continuous training to fulfil this role.
NOTE: This is an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander identified position authorised by Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, NSW.

Full-Time General Practitioner

Are you a passionate and dedicated General Practitioner seeking an opportunity to work in Aboriginal Health? We are currently looking for a skilled and compassionate GP to join our multidisciplinary team at Gilgandra Local Aboriginal Medical Service (GLAMS).