Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT Inc is a health promotion charity based in Canberra, Australia. SHFPACT's purpose is improved sexual and reproductive health for the Canberra Community. We currently have the following employment opportunities.
SHFPACT aims to be an employer of choice and offers a family-friendly working environment with flexible working hours and generous employment conditions, including access to professional development opportunities for all staff. Conditions of employment and Salary Scales are governed by the SHFPACT Enterprise Agreement 2011-2013 (PDF: 1.3 MB). SHFPACT is able to offer its employees attractive salary packaging options - more information will be supplied to successful applicants. Information about SHFPACT's services, activities, aims and objectives can be found on this website.
Current Advertised Vacancies
ACT Safe and Inclusive Schools Initiative
The Coordinator or Project Officer for the ACT Safe and Inclusive Schools Initiative works as a team member of SHFPACT with a broad range of local stakeholders of the SAIS Initiative across the health and community services and schools/education sectors. The SAIS Initiative is dedicated to assisting all schools and education programs in the ACT to develop and maintain safe, inclusive environments for all students regardless of their gender presentation/identity, intersex status or sexual orientation. A comprehensive position description for this role is available here. This position is advertised part-time (0.6 FTE) for a fixed-term to June 2021.
Applications addressing selection criteria and including a current CV with referees must be received by close of business Friday 21 June 2019.
Sessional Medical Officers
Doctors who have recently completed the FPAA Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health for Doctors (or recently completed a substantially similar course) who have current general practice and/or sexual health medicine registration and the right to work in Australia are encouraged to contact SHFPACT regarding available clinical sessions working in SHFPACT's unique specialised and collegial clinical services team.