Women’s Health Centres operate from a feminist framework. This means that we recognise the social, economic, environmental, physical, emotional, mental and cultural factors influencing a woman’s health and well-being.
Women’s Health Centres are not for profit community- based organisations run by women for women, committed to enhancing women’s power to decide their own health needs and to take action about them. We are also pro-choice and target our services to women who are socially and financially disadvantaged, women from a CALD / refugee background, Aboriginal women, women suffering mental illness, or experiencing the impacts of complex trauma from gender-based violence, women who live with disabilities and chronic illness, carers and gender diverse women.
As well as face to face appointments, BMWHRC offers internal and external referrals and a group program and community advocating for women’s wellbeing in the local community across a range of issues including family violence.
See below for opportunities to work with us!
Please email your application addressing the selection criteria along with your CV to email@example.com, Attn: Angelique Sasagi, by 5pm, Friday 1 December.
For any enquiries please call Cherie Brandon on 4782 5133.
This is an exciting opportunity to join our team of experienced and dedicated professionals providing high quality health care, counselling and group programs for women in the Blue Mountains region.
We are seeking an experienced Intake Counsellor to provide assessment, support and referral for women seeking counselling at BMWHRC.
BMWHRC considers being a woman a genuine occupational qualification for this position under Section 31 of the Anti-Discrimination Act.