Senior Podiatrist – Central Australian Aboriginal Congress – Alice Springs

  • Base salary range $119,028 – $125,794; Total Package: $143,636 – $152,931 (p.a.)*
  • Up to $7,000 for relocation, as well as scholarship and bursary grants available
  • 6 weeks annual leave, salary packaging & remote benefits
Why Central Australia Aboriginal Congress?
Congress is a comprehensive Aboriginal community-controlled health service, providing primary health care services to Aboriginal Australian persons in Alice Springs and various remote communities in Central Australia.
What’s in it for you?
  • Salary of $119,028 – $125,794
  • Total Effective Package of $143,636 – $152,931
  • Maximum Term or Casual contracts (flexible contract terms considered)
  • Up to $7,000 for relocation assistance
  • Eligible for scholarship and bursary grants through NT PHN
  • 6 weeks annual leave
  • Generous salary packaging
  • Access to Congress health services for you and your family at no cost
  • District allowance and remote benefits
What’s the role?
  • Model a high standard of community-centred, culturally-responsive, high-quality podiatric assessment and intervention for Congress clients
  • Provide oversight, supervision and support to other health professionals relating to podiatric care, including capacity building of relevant stakeholders
  • Create opportunities to develop podiatry service delivery within an Aboriginal community controlled comprehensive primary health care setting by leading quality improvement activities
Is this the right role for you?
  • Tertiary qualifications in Podiatry
  • Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) Registration
  • Demonstrated ability to provide high-quality podiatric assessment and intervention for clients within the
    context of primary health care in a professional, confidential and culturally safe manner
  • Knowledge and experience in planning, implementing and evaluating high risk foot programs using the
    principles of primary health care and Community-Control
  • Understanding or knowledge of the wider allied health workforce
  • Understanding of the complexities of service delivery to remote Aboriginal communities
  • Current NT driver’s licence or ability to obtain.
NT PHN/RWA NT may be able to offer relocation support and clinical educational financial assistance to health professionals who are relocating to the NT or moving within the NT to a greater remoteness area classification for the purposes of employment and further clinical education.
Want to find out more about this opportunity? Please contact Ashleigh McDonald on 08 8982 1056 or email

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