Together, we make up a fiercely committed team of multidisciplinary professionals, dedicated to connecting regional and remote Australian kids to the healthcare they need. There’s a broad range of opportunities to work with us, so check out our available roles below and get in touch if you’d like to know more.
Royal Far West employs staff in a variety of professional and support roles. We also contract medical and dental specialists including.
Royal Far West employs staff in a variety of professional and support roles including:
- Activities Officers
- Administrative Officers
- Dental Assistants
- Occupational Therapists
- Social Workers
- Speech Pathologists
We also contract medical and dental specialists including:
- Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists
- Dental Officers
Frustrated with a limited scope of practice? Feel like you could be doing more in your chosen profession? Enjoy leading, coaching and mentoring?
Join a multidisciplinary team of health and medical professionals providing much-needed services to some of the most remote communities around Australia.
Reporting to the Head of Service Delivery this key leadership position is responsible for the leadership, management, and direction of our highly effective Psychology Team. The principal emphasis of this position is to lead, coordinate and support the delivery of quality, integrated, client-focused health services in line with contemporary, professional standards of practice and governance frameworks.
Frustrated with a limited scope of practice? Feel like you could be doing more in your chosen profession?
This multidisciplinary team of health and medical professionals provide much-needed services to some of the most remote communities around Australia.
True collaboration treats the child as a whole within the context of the family and community. We use a bottom-up, developmental approach that is trauma-informed, family centred and strengths-based. Complementing the Speech Pathology team are Developmental Paediatricians, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists, Clinical Psychologists, Social Workers and Occupational Therapists for the provision of evidence-based assessments, treatments, and strategies. A Department of Education school is on site, with which we collaborate regularly.
Royal Far West is currently seeking an experienced Social Worker to join our team in a full time capacity. Reporting to the Team leader – Client Care Team this position is responsible for the provision of Social Work services to the children and families referred to Royal Far West and for participation in the continuum of care. Services are provided within a multidisciplinary team.
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Royal Far West is currently seeking experienced Allied Health clinicians to join our team in a casual capacity to provide services for the children and families referred to Royal Far West:
- CASUAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
- CASUAL SPEECH PATHOLOGIST
- CASUAL OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST
CASUAL SOCIAL WORKER
Successful applicants will provide allied health services within the allocated clinical caseload of the Royal Far West both face to face and via telehealth. This encompasses ensuring timely, appropriate and flexible access, assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation and discharge planning in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team.