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SARRAH is looking for self-motivated and innovative team members in Project Support or Project Officer positions. The positions are part-time (FTE negotiable), until June 30 2024. There is no specific location of work for these roles, with options available for remote working environments. 

SARRAH Project Officer (Identified) - The position will have a specific emphasis on engaging with and promoting allied health workforce development and service capacity with and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The position requires the incumbent to have a demonstrated capacity to work collaboratively and effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, with a knowledge of health and/or related policy and service issues. Read more here 

SARRAH Project Officer - This position is designed to work closely with the Project Director, CEO and project team, role will support the implementation and monitoring of project activities within SARRAH including, the Allied Health Rural Generalist Education and Training Scheme and the Building Rural and Remote Allied Health Assistant Workforce project. Read more here

Applications close on 7 November 2021.

Please contact  Gemma Tuxworth, Principal Project Manager (ARHGWES) 0491 207 215 or  gemma@sarrah.org.au for further information.


SARRAH Secretariat 



We are writing to invite you to contribute to what we are intending will become the annual SARRAH engagement survey. As members and friends of SARRAH, your feedback is vital in shaping how SARRAH engages with you and with the profession.

The survey should take no longer than 10 minutes – please click on the link to have your say, and feel free to send on to your colleagues.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SARRAH_Engagement_Survey.
The survey will close on Friday 3rd December.
 
SARRAH: Making a difference – together!
 
Edward Johnson, President and Cath Maloney, CEO



SARRAH will be holding its next National Conference virtually in 2022, and we are calling for expressions of interest from our members who may be interested in volunteering to be a part of the Conference Organising and Scientific committees.

The SARRAH National Conference is recognised as one of the key events that provide opportunities for allied health professionals working in rural and remote areas to network and share ideas, concerns, and solutions to advance allied health concepts for improving the quality of life of rural and remote residents.
 
The Conference will attract engagement from a broad range of researchers and practitioners around a chosen theme.
 
It is anticipated the first meeting of the combined Organising and Scientific Committee will be convened in early December 2021, after which the respective committee chairs will convene separate meetings for the organising and scientific committee streams.  Both committees will have the full support of the SARRAH CEO and secretariat.
 
The role and responsibilities of Conference Organising and Scientific Committee Members include but are not limited to:
  • set the strategic direction for the Conference, including conference objectives, abstract selection, keynote speakers, program development;
  • assist in the drafting of relevant Conference documentation, including sponsorship strategy, a thematic overview, concept note, website content, call for abstracts, running sheets, promotional activities;
  • recruit invited speakers, finalise the scientific program schedule, review and select oral abstract presentations, review and select poster award nominations
  • undertake outreach and communication, including approaching potential sponsors; and,
  • any other tasks assigned by the SARRAH Board and the CEO.
 
Committee members and their organisations will be duly recognised and acknowledged on the conference website, and members will receive free conference registration.
 
How to apply:
If you are interested in joining a committee, please submit an EOI by completing the form available here by Friday 12 November 2021.
 
For more information about this call or to submit a completed Expression of Interest please contact Catherine Maloney catherine@sarrah.org.au or 0491 209 291

SARRAH Secretariat 
 


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