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$67,078 - $89,604 a year
Midwife - Women, Youth and Children. Women, Youth and Children Community Health Programs delivers a range of primary health care community-based services to…
$63,374 - $68,204 a year
The Maternal and Child Health service (MACH) and Allied Health services in the Women Youth and children Community Health programs provide care to young families…
$63,374 - $68,204 a year
The Maternal and Child Health service (MACH) and Allied Health services in the Women Youth and children Community Health programs provide care to young families…
$93,151 - $98,728 a year
An exciting opportunity exists for a dynamically skilled and suitable qualified Registered Nurse within the Department of Clinical Forensic Medical Services.
$164,470 - $202,960 a year
The Division of Women, Youth and Children provides a broad range of primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare services. Overview of the work area and position:
$98,704 - $123,327 a year
The department is not a tertiary paediatric department. Hold Diploma in Child Health. The Department of Paediatrics and Child Health is the principal centre for…
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ob...
Canberra ACT
$79.77 - $98.44 an hour
Working with the Department of Gynaecological Oncology to ensure that all recognised women with cancer are appropriately managed. Full time or Part time.
$164,470 - $202,960 a year
The Division of Women, Youth and Children provides a broad range of primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare services. The coast and ski fields are nearby;
$98,704 - $123,327 a year
The department is not a tertiary paediatric department. The Department of Paediatrics and Child Health is the principal centre for children’s medical and…
$93,151 - $98,728 a year
The Division of Women, Youth and Children (WYC) offers a range of primary, secondary and tertiary services across the acute and community based sectors.