Transport Officer Normanton Primary Health Care Clinic QLD

Transport Officer – Normanton Health Care

Transport Officer Normanton Primary Health Care Clinic QLD

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  • Full time position with great salary and salary sacrificing available
  • Career advancement opportunities

Gidgee Healing provides a comprehensive and growing range of services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander across the areas of Mount Isa, North West and Lower Gulf of Carpentaria regions. Core objective is to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people improve their health and well being, whilst continually enhancing the quality and scope of care provided.

THE POSITION:

The purpose of the Transport Officer position is to provide transport for clients/patients of Gidgee Healing to and from their appointments at Gidgee Healing. The Transport Officer can also be required to drop off pre-packaged medications to clients would otherwise be unable to collect their medication from the clinic.

Roles and responsibilities of this position, but are not limited to:

  • Patient transport
  • Transport administration
  • Vehicle care
  • Self-management and team contribution
  • Foster linkages

ABOUT NORMANTON:

Normanton, come and enjoy the endless blue skies and beautiful, warm weather. If you’re after a tree change, then Normanton is the place for you. With the Gulf of Carpentaria only an hour’s drive away, so much to see and do, in and around Normanton and its surrounding areas.

Normanton is unique and fascinating, something for most enthusiasts; there is the Gulflander train that operates from Normanton to Croyden, which was built in the 1890’s for the gold rush.

A photo opportunity with Krys, a statue of a saltwater crocodile, 8.64 metres long that was taken from the Norman River.

The “famous” Purple Pub, one of the most photographed places in town. Normanton is also famous for the cloud formation, Morning Glory.

For nature lovers, there is Mutton Hole Conservation Park, 9000 hectares of wetlands between Karumba and Normanton, don’t forget to bring your binoculars for the beautiful birdlife and the odd crocodile!

If fishing is your passion, then this is your paradise; with the Norman River and Karumba, only up the road, take a fishing charter or fish safely from the bank on the mouth of the Norman River in Karumba or the Gulf itself. The Barramundi fishing is great, come and try your luck!

After a hard day fishing, why not spend a lazy afternoon, relaxing in the idyllic Sunset Tavern, Karumba and watch the amazing view of our sunsets, absolutely spectacular!

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