Why work for us?

Empowering community, health and identity.

In return for your skills, versatility and passion for empowering people in their health, you can be proud to work for a long-standing non-profit organisation that operates from a place of honesty and integrity. You’ll work with likeminded individuals who are passionate about our purpose to provide quality community healthcare, with the resources to truly make a difference.

Help achieve positive health outcomes for individuals and empower the whole community

Every position at WAMS has the power to create a meaningful impact on community health. Build relationships based on trust and be rewarded by seeing positive health outcomes and flow-on effects from individuals and families to the wider community.

Work for a long-standing organisation that is the life breath of its community

WAMS is a community leader with a rich cultural history of more than 32 years. As an Aboriginal organisation that provides quality healthcare services to both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people, it forms an integral part of the community.

Be supported, upskill and progress your career, with the resources to actually make a difference

WAMS has trained a large number of qualified professionals. Work in a supportive environment where you will receive variety in your role and opportunities to gain new skills and progress your career. Through WAMS, gain access to resources and know you are making a difference seeing the real and personal positive impact in people’s lives. WAMS offers professional, social, emotional and family support which helps us achieve greatness in all aspects of service we provide.

Live in an authentic small-town community

Working for WAMS, you will have the opportunity to form close relationships with members of the community, helping them achieve positive health outcomes. You will work alongside other people with this mutual goal, who are as passionate and dedicated as you. Enjoy working in a community where people know you personally and professionally, and greet you with a smile.

Community Hall

35 Pitt Street

Community Garden

Corner of Arthur and Duff Streets