Child Health Team Leader

  • Full Time

Website Broome Regional Aboriginal Medical Services

About this Job

The Broome Regional Aboriginal Medical Service (BRAMS) is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service which has been caring for the Broome community for more than 45 years. When we first opened our doors in 1978, BRAMS was the first remote Aboriginal Medical Service in Western Australia.

We deliver comprehensive, holistic and culturally responsive primary health care, social and emotional wellbeing services, and NDIS support to more than 6500 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Broome region.

BRAMS takes pride in providing a friendly and supportive workplace with generous salary packaging, access to a range of leave (including study leave), and opportunities for career advancement.


About the role

As the Team Leader for Child Health within BRAMS, you’re entrusted with overseeing the everyday operations of our child health services, under the guidance of the Clinical Services General Manager.

Your key roles involve offering robust leadership, directing the child health team, and implementing strategies that are supportive, cohesive, and foster teamwork.

You’ll also be responsible for ensuring that our child health services are in compliance with established organisational policies, key performance indicators, and protocols set by the Kimberley Aboriginal Health Planning Forum.

You will be required to participate in the development of an individual workplan which will include key result areas associated with their position, and a requirement to demonstrate appropriate behaviours which reflect a commitment to BRAMS values and strategic directions.


To be successful in this role, you must:

  • Be a Registered Nurse with current unconditional registration with AHPRA.
  • Have at least 3 years’ experience working with children and families in a primary health care setting.
  • Have a Post Graduate Certificate in Child Health.

The following is also desirable:

  • Previous experience using MMEx.
  • Previous experience within an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health Service.
  • Knowledge of the Medical Benefits Schedule.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work with a broad range of people from a variety of backgrounds and experiences, as well as highly developed written and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated flexibility and initiative in the workplace.
  • Highly innovative and the willingness to assist the organisation to continue to provide client centred health care that meets the needs of the local Aboriginal community.


  • Salary range: $110,000 – $125,000
  • 6 weeks’ annual leave
  • Study leave
  • Annual remote allowance
  • Relocation allowance

Next steps

This is a wonderful opportunity to join a growing organisation that takes pride in making a real difference in the local community. Apply today!

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