Vacancies

Are you interested in working at Adelaide PHN? All available positions within our organisation are listed on this page and promoted via other avenues including Seek. 

Adelaide PHN values fairness, respect and diversity. We are committed to equity in employment and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples,  people from different cultural backgrounds, and people of diverse ages, genders, sexual orientations, and physical abilities.

To support the local workforce, we also list vacancies across the Adelaide region's primary health care space on this page (please scroll down). 

Want to list your primary health care related vacancy?

To submit a listing, please complete the Job Advertisement Template and email this through to comms@adelaidephn.com.au

Positions must be located in the Adelaide metropolitan region and relate to primary health care. This is a free service, vacancies are listed for 30 days.

Adelaide PHN Vacancies

Part Time


We have an exciting opportunity for several part time roles within our newly established Adelaide Primary Health Network (APHN) Central Referral Unit (CRU), the pathway into our primary mental health care an alcohol and other drugs (AOD) services.

Our Clinical Triage Officers contribute to improving access to and quality of primary mental health and AOD services in our APHN region by providing the important link between general practice/stakeholders and mental health and AOD employees, and support the strategic direction of the APHN by:

  • Providing mental health and AOD expertise and advice to ensure commissioned service delivery outcomes are achieved;
  • Working closely with the CRU System Support Officers reviewing all referrals for primary mental health care and AOD services received by the APHN through its CRU;
  • Clinically triaging and allocating referrals to the most appropriate commissioned service provider (CSP) (or other relevant service);
  • Liaising with referring practitioner or referral source to assess the risk and appropriate service allocation as required; and
  • Supporting the planning, development, implementation and review of policies and processes to enhance commissioned service delivery.

 

In this role, you will have the opportunity to work as a part of a multidisciplinary mental health and AOD team in which you can expect to be excited, challenged, stretched and daily work towards achieving amazing outcomes for our Adelaide metropolitan community!

Clinical experience and relevant tertiary qualifications, including appropriate professional registration/accreditation is essential for this role, as is experience in clinical assessment and triage.  An understanding of mental health and AOD in a community setting and the barriers and challenges to achieving good health outcomes need to be demonstrable, as does knowledge of evidence based psychological therapy and an extensive understanding of mental health and AOD services at a regional level. Demonstrated ability using a person and family centred model of care and recovery focussed approach and understanding of a stepped care approach to service delivery is essential.

You are able to identify problems, challenges and barriers, also known as opportunities, and come up with potential solutions to overcome them and to use them.  If the mountain won’t move – you will find a way – you enjoy a challenge and finding solutions!!!

In return, we commit to ensuring you have a great work-life balance, enjoy your everyday work life, have fabulous and supportive colleagues, get to stretch your ability, experience the fun and supportive work family we offer AND receive a competitive salary, commensurate with your demonstrated skills and experience (alongside generous salary packaging options, which enhances your net take home!).  


Because this is all about YOU – we have put OUR information last! APHN is an independent, not for profit, primary health care organisation based in Adelaide. We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the Adelaide community by coordinating and integrating health and community services and by working in partnership to identify local needs and create strategies in response to keep people well and out of hospital; improving their experience AND their health outcomes.


Application process

  1. Please review and consider the attached position description
  2. Email your resume and a short (1-2 page) cover letter in response to the essential minimum capabilities and desirable characteristics, and describing your interest in the role to employment@adelaidephn.com.au
  3. If you would like to discuss the position, please call 8219 5900.

Applications close 12noon Monday 30 September 2019.

Adelaide PHN Vacancy


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Mon, 30 September , 2019 - 12:05

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employment@adelaidephn.com.au
Phone: 8219 5900

0.6FTE Contract to June 2021


Are you a dynamic and community-minded general practitioner? Are you looking for a collaborative role genuinely tasked with driving positive change and improving health outcomes across the acute/primary care sector? 

About the GPIU:

The General Practice Integration Unit (GPIU) is a joint collaboration between Adelaide PHN, and the Southern Adelaide Local Health Network (SALHN) and is located in the Southern metropolitan region.

The GPIU is tasked with improving the care of patients with chronic conditions by facilitating and strengthening collaboration, communication and integration between general practice and the southern regional public hospitals.

About the role:

As part of the establishment of the GPIU, Adelaide PHN is seeking a professional, motivated and enthusiastic candidate for the position of General Practitioner Integration Officer (GPIO). The successful applicant must be a currently practicing general practitioner with experience leading and managing a team to achieve outcomes across the acute/primary care sector.

The GPIO role will involve:

  • Engagement and relationship building between the SALHN clinicians and general practice in the Adelaide southern region
  • Working with General Practitioners to improve the quality of clinical handover from the community to the SALHN
  • Working with the SALHN inpatient services to improve the quality and timeliness of clinical handover on discharge back to the community
  • Contributing to the SALHN outpatient reform process
  • Contributing to newsletters and other forms of communication

About you:

At a minimum, the successful candidate must have a demonstrated knowledge and understanding of chronic condition management in the primary care setting and of administrative policies and practices of a large public hospital.

You must also be passionate about and committed to driving positive change throughout primary care and improving health outcomes.

This work will be situated in the GPIU and will be based initially within Flinders Medical Centre working across the Southern metropolitan region. The GPIU team will also include a Unit Manager and administrative support and will commence in August 2019.

In return for your innovative thinking and commitment, you will receive a competitive salary, commensurate with your skills and experience, plus generous salary packaging options, which will significantly boost your overall package. 

Additionally, you will enjoy great work-life balance working within a flexible work environment and with an energetic, friendly and highly supportive team!

About us:

Because this is all about YOU - we have put OUR information last! Adelaide Primary Health Network (Adelaide PHN) is an independent, not for profit, primary health care organisation. We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the Adelaide community by coordinating and integrating health and community services and by working in partnership to identify local needs and create strategies in response to keeping people well and out of hospital.


Application Process

  1. Please read and consider the position description (see attached J&P under more information)
  2. Email your resume and a short (1-2 page) cover letter in response to the essential minimum capabilities and desirable characteristics, and describing your interest in the role to employment@adelaidephn.com.au
  3. If you would like to discuss the position, please call 8219 5900 or email employment@adelaidephn.com.au

Applications close 12noon Monday 9 September 2019.

Adelaide PHN Vacancy


Applications Close

Mon, 09 September , 2019 - 5:57

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Wendy Dolejs
Phone: 8219 5900

J&P GPIO July 2019 Document

0.6 FTE Contract to 30 June 2021


Are you a dynamic and community-minded general practitioner? Are you looking for a collaborative role genuinely tasked with driving positive change and improving health outcomes across the acute/primary care sector?

About Us

The Adelaide Primary Health Network (APHN) is an independent, not for profit, primary health care organisation. We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of the Adelaide community by coordinating and integrating health and community services and by working in partnership to identify local needs and create strategies in response to keeping people well and out of hospital.

About the GPLU

The General Practice Liaison Unit (GPLU) is a joint collaboration between Adelaide PHN (APHN), and the Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN) and is located in the Central Adelaide metropolitan region.

The GPLU is tasked with improving the care of patients with chronic conditions by facilitating and strengthening collaboration, communication and integration between general practice and the hospital.

About the Role

As part of the establishment of the GPLU, the Adelaide PHN is seeking a professional, motivated and enthusiastic candidate for the position of General Practitioner Liaison Officer (GPLO). The successful applicant must be a currently practicing General Practitioner with experience leading and managing a team to achieve outcomes across the acute/primary care sector.

The GPLO role will involve:

  • Engagement and relationship building between the CALHN clinicians and general practice in the Adelaide central region.
  • Working with General Practitioners to improve the quality of clinical handover from the community to the CALHN. 
  • Working with the CALHN inpatient services to improve the quality and timeliness of clinical handover on discharge back to the community.
  • Contributing to the CALHN outpatient reform process.
  • Contributing to newsletters and other forms of communication.

About You

At a minimum, the successful candidate must have a demonstrated knowledge and understanding of chronic condition management in the primary care setting and of administrative policies and practices of a large public hospital.

You must also be passionate about and committed to driving positive change throughout primary care and improving health outcomes.

This work will be situated in the GPLU and will be based across the Central metropolitan region (initially within the RAH and potentially the Sefton Park location). The GPLU team will also include a Unit Manager and administrative support and commence in October 2019.

In return for your innovative thinking and commitment, you will receive a competitive salary, commensurate with your skills and experience, plus generous salary packaging options, which will significantly boost your overall package.

Additionally, you will enjoy great work-life balance working within a flexible work environment and with an energetic, friendly and highly supportive team!


Application Process

  1. Review and consider the position description (attached)
  2. Email your resume and a short (1-2 page) cover letter in response to the essential minimum capabilities and desirable characteristics, and describing your interest in the role to employment@adelaidephn.com.au.
  3. If you would like to discuss the position, please call 8219 5900 or email employment@adelaidephn.com.au.

Applications close 12noon Monday 30 September 2019.

Adelaide PHN Vacancy


Applications Close

Mon, 30 September , 2019 - 12:01

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Betina (Adelaide PHN HR)
employment@adelaidephn.com.au
Phone: 8219 5900

CALHN GPLO Job & Person Specification

External Primary Health Care Vacancies

Full Time and Part Time Positions


Due to high patient demand, Morphettville Medical Centre has flexible full or part-time sessions available at their long established, mixed billing practice.

Located just 20 minutes from Adelaide CBD in the beachside suburb of Glenelg, the centre offers experienced treatment room and CDM nurse support and an excellent team of Doctors and staff.

The centre is an accredited Travelvax Clinic and has onsite Allied Health Services including SA Skin Check and Skin Cancer Clinic, pathology, pharmacy, physiotherapy and podiatry.

Applications Close

Mon, 09 December , 2019 - 11:59

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Sam Galanos
Sam.Galanos@scs.com.au
Phone: 0413 624 898

Part Time


We currently have an exciting and challenging opportunity for an experienced Practice Nurse to join our well established and growing clinics located in the Western Suburbs of Adelaide.

We are seeking a Registered Nurse to help support patient care by delivering a range of Health Assessments and Care Plans childhood immunisations and wound care. 

Essentials:

  • Current Registration with APHRA as a Registered Nurse and with experience working in general practice.
  • Insurance
  • Police Check (up to date and covering working with children)
  • CPR Certificate

If you are passionate about working in general practice, have a can-do attitude, are able to work autonomously and would like to work with a small committed team of doctors and staff then please sent your letter of application and resume to cheri@bartleymedicalcentre.com.au

Applications Close

Mon, 30 September , 2019 - 11:59

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Cherie Peter
cherie@bartleymedicalcentre.com.au

Full Time or Part Time


Small but very busy general practice looking for full time or part time (2 days per week) VR GP. Excellent patient database and excellent remuneration. We offer a fully computerised practice.

Located in Adelaide's northern suburbs, the practice is modern and well equipped with full time treatment room nurse support. You will also be joining a dynamic team of doctors and support staff.

For more informaiton, please contact Dr Chandura on 8255 3355.

Applications Close

Sat, 30 November , 2019 - 5:00

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Dr Chandura
elizabethnorthclinic@hotmail.com
Phone: 8255 3355

Full Time


  • Flexible hours
  • Various locations, opportunity to travel
  • Diverse patient base

Position Description:

Would you like to work with a wide range of high quality clinics supporting practice GPs?  We have an exciting opportunity for a VR GP to locum across our 19 (and growing) clinics Australia-wide. With clinics across the Adelaide Hills and city, Brisbane and Tasmania we are in need of a GP to support our practice doctors by filling vacancies across our clinics.

This could be the opportunity for you to showcase your general practice skills across a wide range of services from travel medicine to chronic disease, paediatrics, aged care, skin and minor surgical procedures and comprehensive general practice.

Our clinics place high value on quality care, clinical autonomy and community focus. The clinics are well established with mixed-billing, fully accredited with AGPAL and for GP training. With modern facilities, considerable and varied patient base, nurse support, onsite Site Managers and excellent support staff. We value and support GPs encouraging special areas of interest.

Minimum hourly guarantees can be negotiated for the right candidate, as well as remuneration for covering costs of airfare and travel when needed.

Expected duties:
Fill practice vacancies, often with a month-long notice or more and to provide high quality primary health care to the community covering all aspects of General Practice, chronic disease management, preventative health and health promotion, medicals, vaccination.

Position Criteria:

  • FRACGP or FACRRM
  • Unconditional Specialist AHPRA registration
  • Australian permanent residency or on visa with working rights
Applications Close

Tue, 15 October , 2019 - 10:01

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Amy Sissman - GP Recruiter
join@bettermed.com.au
Phone: 0883912055

Full Time and Part Time Available


We're seeking both male and female VR GPs for out busy new general practice. We are a modern, purpose-built practice in a great location in the north-eastern suburbs of Adelaide. We offer a fully computerised practice with onsite pathology and pharmacy. Flexibility with working hours and a competitive remuneration. Full admin and nursing support from our friendly staff.

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Sophie Turner
admin@grovewaymedical.com.au
Phone: 08 7228 0000

Part-Time


Come and join a progressive and accredited clinic.    We are located a few hundred metres from the Beach and to us it is the best spot in Adelaide with a diverse mix of patients form the surrounding area.

Due to increased patient demand, we are looking for a VR GP to join our supportive practice.

Flexible working arrangements available, 2-3 days preferred

For more information, please contact Tom (08) 8353 6744

Applications Close

Fri, 01 November , 2019 - 5:30

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Tom
westbeachmed@outlook.com
Phone: 08 83536744

Full Time or Part Time


Ingle Farm Medical Centre is looking for a male/female GP to cope with increasing patient load. We offer a competitive minimum salary or 70% of billings depending on qualifications. We are  a DWS site and accredited by AGPAL. The clinic also engages GP registrars, hence a very diverse teaching program if needed.

For more information, please contact Dr. Muzzam Rifat via email admin@inglefarmmedical.com.au.

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Dr. Muzzam Rifat
admin@inglefarmmedical.com.au

Full Time or Part Time


Fully accredited Family Practice located 19km’s from the CBD. DWS Location with mixed billing. GP Owned practice with two Registered Nurses and a friendly administration team. AHPRA qualifications required. Immediate start available. Choose your own hours whether Full Time or Part Time.

For more information, please contact Hannah on 8322 5888 or email themainsouthsurgery@gmail.com.

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Hannah
themainsouthsurgery@gmail.com
Phone: 8322 5888


Health at Dulwich is seeking an experienced practice nurse to help support patient care by delivering a range of health assessments and care plans, childhood immunisations and wound care.

Health at Dulwich is an accredited practice with recently newly built treatment room and consulting rooms.

Essential: current registration as a registered nurse with experience working in general practice.

If you are passionate about working in general practice, have a positive and happy outlook with a can do attitude, are able to work autonomously and you would like to work with a small committed team of doctors and staff then please send your letter of application and resume to c.black@healthatdulwich.com.au
 

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Carolyn Black
c.black@healthatdulwich.com.au


Pooraka Clinic is seeking an experienced practice nurse who is passionate about working with patients and working alongside GPs, has a positive attitude and aims to get the job done. 10-13 hours per week with the availability to fill in for holiday and sick leave. We require a minimum of two years experience as a practice nurse, ARHRA registration, insurance, police check and CPR certificate. Knowledge of medical director and pracsoft is preferred. 

For more information, please contact Sarah Mandica via email: poorakaclinicmanager@gmail.com.

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Sarah Mandica
poorakaclinicmanager@gmail.com

Full TimeĀ 


The Clinical Nurse (CN) will work in the Children's Services Unit, Family Preservation Program. This program works in partnersip with families and the Department for Children Protection to address child protection risk factors, strengthen family relationships, promote the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. Working in a multidisciplinary team, the CN will provide timely health assessments and interventions, work to increase family reslilience and accress to health services to support families to stay together. Some of the key responsibilibites of this role inscludes the delivery of: evidence based child and adult health assessments, health promotion and education, in-home development and community based interventions, development and mental health assessments, pre and post-natal supports and collaborative case planning

For more information, please contact Natalie Patmore on 8159 1400.

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Natalie Patmore
Phone: 8159 1400


Full-time or part-time GP required for our busy, accredited, modern, well established practice. Our practice is fully computerised and equipped. We are able to accept applications under the District of Workforce Shortage Guidelines. Hours can be negotiated. Excellent remuneration and incentives negotiable. No after hours off site visits. We are currently not accepting applications from canditates with limited registration. Agencies need not apply. 

For more informaiton, please contact Lynn Hannaghan via email lhannaghan@gmail.com.

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Lynn Hannaghan
lhannaghan@gmail.com

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