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.
- Passionate about helping disadvantaged children?
- Want to work for a not-for-profit charity?
- Like the idea of working next to the beach?
- Want to work Part Time 45 hours per fortnight?
Royal Far West is currently seeking an experienced Relationships Manager-Corporate to join our team in a part time capacity. Reporting to the Head of Philanthropy & Community Partnerships,, this role is responsible for developing and retaining corporate relationships, delivering on corporate agreements and maximising income through retention and customer service.
- Use your Strategic Project Management and Operational skills
- Highly respected not-for-profit charity
- Opportunity to effect positive change in children’s lives!
Exciting opportunity to work for a growing not-for-profit charity based in Manly.
Royal Far West is currently seeking a skilled project/ business manager in the disability area who could join us for a minimum 12 months full time (preferably) to lead our disability scale up project.
Reporting to the Psychology Team Leader, these key psychology positions are a critical part of our multi-disciplinary service, which includes medical and allied health staff, and together provides much needed services to some of the most vulnerable and remote communities in Australia.
You will be part of a team of more than 9 clinical and registered psychologists to deliver high quality, integrated, client centred services that are evidence-based and deliver best outcomes for children and families, in the context of a multi-disciplinary model.
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.
Part Time or Full Time (2-5 days per week). For a 3 year period initially.
We have a rare and exciting opportunity for one or more Consultant Developmental Paediatricians or General Paediatricians with a specialist interest in developmental/ behavioural paediatrics to join our tertiary, multidisciplinary team at Royal Far West.