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.
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.
- Tim Bavinton,
- Call: 02 6247 3077
Youth Peer Educator
Aged between 18-28? Do you care about sexual health and want to educate other young people in your community?
SHFPACT is hiring Peer Educators (casual role approx. 6 hours per fortnight). No experience in sexual health is needed but an inclusive mindset and sex-positive attitude is a must. Training will be provided. People from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and migrant and refugee backgrounds, LGBTQIA+ and young people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
To find out more and to apply follow our link or search on Ethical Jobs. Suitable applicants will be offered an interview on a rolling basis so apply now.
APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED
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.
Sexual Health & Family Planning ACT (SHFPACT) is a major provider of workforce development, training and education in sexual and reproductive health in the Canberra region.
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