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CRANAplus is the Peak Professional Body for Health Professionals working in remote and isolated areas across Australia. We exist to ensure the delivery of safe, high quality primary healthcare to remote and isolated areas of Australia. We are an affordable, grassroots, not-for profit, membership based organisation that has provided nearly 40 years of education, support and professional services for the multi-disciplinary remote health workforce.
CRANAplus is a values-based organisation, that genuinely embraces diversity, flexibility, and innovation in everything that we do. Learn more about us at https://crana.org.au/.
As part of the Executive leadership team reporting to the CEO, the Director is responsible for the oversight of CRANAplus’ Mental Health and Wellbeing divisional services and projects.
This role will appeal to an innovative thinker with the capacity to lead, influence, and drive initiatives to position CRANAplus’ Mental Health Services for success.
To enquire, please email Katherine Leary: firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Director, Mental Health & Wellbeing enquiry via EthicalJobs.
CRANAplus advocates for, and serves, a diverse Australia, and we genuinely encourage applications from CALD backgrounds and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people.
We thank you for your time and consideration and look forward to future discussions.
CRANAplus acknowledges the aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples as the traditional custodians of Australia, many whom live in remote areas and we pay our respects to their Elders both past and present.