Women’s Health Doctor for 1-2 days per week 

We are seeking a qualified and experienced women’s health doctor to work with clients with their reproductive and sexual health, mental health issues and providing women’s health clinical services including gynaecological screening and procedures, individualised health information and education within a trauma informed, woman-centred model of care.

Essential qualifications :

  • Registered Medical practitioner (AHPRA)
  • Vocational Registration / Current provider number
  • Documentation of further education in women’s health e.g. Family Planning Certificate or Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
  • Demonstrated commitment to a wholistic, multi-disciplinary approach to women’s health.
  • Effective communication skills, verbal and written
  • Understanding of a social view of women’s health.
  • Ability to work within a trauma informed, feminist model.
  • Ability to successfully complete the Working with Children Check and criminal record check.
  • Knowledge and understanding of mental health issues that affect women.

Our Young Women’s Clinic currently operates on a Thursday afternoon, providing for a team approach to working with young women’s physical and mental health issues.

BMWHRC considers being a woman a genuine occupational qualification for this position under Section 31 of the Anti-Discrimination Act.

 How to apply: Contact BMWHRC or call 4782 5133

Enquires are always welcome!

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For more information call Blue Mountains Women’s Health and Resource Centre on 4782 5133 


Women’s Health Promotion Worker

21 hours per week

Provide a women’s health promotion and education program within a feminist, trauma informed framework. Develop, implement, monitor and evaluate groups, activities and community development approaches relevant for women.

This position will be paid at Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award (SCHADS) Level 5. BMWHRC considers being a woman a genuine occupational qualification for this position under Section 31 of the Anti-Discrimination Act.

How to apply: Contact BMWHRC to obtain an information package or download from our website Closing Date: 18th November 2020

Enquiries welcome email or call 4782 5133.

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  1. I am currently undertaking a diploma of counselling and wish to gain experience through on the job training as well as my studies. I have been a hospitality professional for over 20 years and work well with others as well as providing the best service to my guests. I have had a lot of experience in my life with domestic violence, as my father was a Vietnam veteran, who lost custody of me when I was 7 years old after my mother died. I believe I can be an asset to your establishment as I have a very empathetic and sympathetic nature and believe that everyone has a right to be happy and feel included.
    I eagerly await your response.
    Kind regards
    Carole Fuge

  2. Hi Carol,
    I am so sorry but I have only just today (14/9/2020) seen your message.
    I assume you have already secured placement elsewhere however but if you do need to talk to us its probably best to call us on 02 4782 5133.
    Once again, I am so sorry for the delay in replying to you.
    We wish you the best of luck with your studies and future.

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