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Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council
Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council

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Established in 1990, our vision is the elimination of disparities in health and well being experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Queensland. QAIHC contributes to this vision by leading the development of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health Sector in Queensland through evidence based, practical public policy solutions.

Health Policy Officer

Closes on 25 August 2019 (Midnight)

As the Senior Policy Officer, you will support the organisation in the provision of high-quality policy
advice on complex and high-profile health policy areas in the Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Sector in Queensland.

For more information visit Seek or download the Application pack.


Data Officer

Closes on 2 September 2019 (Midnight)

The role of the Data Officer is to provide high quality, accurate and practical advice in relation to the analysis, interpretation and presentation of data contained in QAIHC’s Health Information database and QAIHC’s Member Services’ Electronic Medical Records. The Data Officer operates as part of the Health Information Team within the Policy and Research Division.

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Regional Manager, Northern Queensland

Closes on 15 September 2019 (Midnight)

The Regional Manager, Northern Queensland is based in the QAIHC Office in Cairns supporting Members in Northern Queensland. Reporting directly to the General Manager, Sector Development, you will have responsibility ensuring that members in the Northern Region are informed of QAIHC activities and supported to deliver quality services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. The role includes coordinating QAIHC sector development activities, including accreditation, continuous quality improvement, cultural capability, AGTP, leadership development, Medicare education, and workforce development initiatives

For more information, visit Seek or download the Application pack.


Regional Manager, Southern Queensland

Closes on 15 September 2019 (Midnight)

The Regional Manager, Southern Queensland is based in the QAIHC Head Office in South Brisbane supporting Members in the areas of Central Queensland, Southern and South West Queensland and South East Queensland. Reporting directly to the General Manager, Sector Development, you will have responsibility ensuring that members in the Southern Region are informed of QAIHC activities and supported to deliver quality services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. The role includes coordinating QAIHC sector development activities, including accreditation, continuous quality improvement, cultural capability, AGTP, leadership development, Medicare education, and workforce development initiatives.

For more information, visit Seek or download the Application pack.


Social and Emotional Wellbeing Regional Coordinator

Closes on 15 September 2019 (Midnight)

The Social and Emotional Wellbeing (SEWB) Workforce Support Development Unit (WSDU) aims to create and sustain a culturally appropriate and effective state-wide workforce. Consistent with the objectives of the Indigenous Advancement Strategy – Safety and Well Being Program, the primary focus of the Social and Emotional Well Being Workforce Support Development Unit program is to:

  • Coordinate and monitor training and on-going professional development for Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C) funded Social and Emotional Well Being (SEWB) / Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) workforce;
  • Support this workforce to gain minimum qualifications for their positions and access professional supervision and cultural mentoring;
  • Promote best practice service delivery and support the workforce with program implementation.

For more information, visit Seek or download the Application pack


If you'd like to be considered for future positions available at QAIHC, please send your resume to applications@qaihc.com.au.