General Practitioner

Full time/part time permanent Contract 

The Medicare generated will contribute to GP salaries, incentive based payments included.

Excellent Nursing Team, Part time Midwife and a Child and Family Nurse

Well established organisation within Orange community and surrounding outreach areas

CDM Team

Professional administrative team

Regular scheduled training 

8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday (no weekends or after hours)

About Us

Orange Aboriginal Medical Service is a community owned organisation funded by both the state and federal governments. We cater for the general practice and allied health needs of our local Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal population.
Orange AMS has been providing medical & primary health care services to the Orange community since February 2005. We are dedicated to closing the gap.

Orange AMS employs over 50 staff including Doctors, Nurses, Dentists, Aboriginal Health workers, administrative, clerical staff and 2 fulltime transport officers. We have visiting and allied health and specialists attend our service on a regular basis. OAMS go above and beyond to support our clients and community- We are actively involved in supporting sporting club sponsorships as well as financial assistance for clients of our service.

Our service is well equipped and provides a comfortable and spacious environment to work in. Our medical facility has seven clinic rooms, a large treatment room and staff facilities. We have culturally supportive staff offering support for a culturally diverse workplace.

Our Vision
Healthier Generations, Healthier Communities

Our Purpose
Is to provide comprehensive health care for all, equip a workforce to succeed and influence best practice.

We are committed to providing services that result in improved quality of life for people in our community. We are focused on a holistic and friendly approach to the physical, social and emotional wellbeing of our community.

We provide a welcoming and safe environment with integrity, honesty and respect for our diverse client population. We support confidentiality, fairness, equity and respect for individual needs. We are culturally safe.

Medicare Generation
The Medicare generated will contribute to GP salaries, incentive based payments included.

About Orange
Welcome to Wiradjuri Country
Yinaagalangbu, gibirbangbu, buraaygalangbu gawaymbanhadhu nginyalgir Wiradjurigu ngurambanggu. Ladies, gentlemen and children welcome to Wiradjuri and to Country.

Orange is arguably the most elegant of all the inland towns in New South Wales. It is characterised by beautiful tree-lined streets, charming houses dating back to the twentieth century, and lovely public parks. It is a substantial and sophisticated rural service centre in the heart of some of New South Wales’ richest and most bountiful agricultural land. Orange is known for its excellent local produce, its impressive vineyards and its fine dining restaurants. There are 20 state primary and high schools, tertiary education including TAFE and Charles Sturt University, 3 pre-schools and 8 private schools. We have public and private hospital facilities and Orange is set to become a health hub for regional NSW.

In Orange you will experience the seasons, all four of them. If you love the outdoors you will be in heaven.
During Winter a stillness descends and the landscape rests, but Orange doesn’t stop. We have frosty mornings and sprinklings of snow followed by bright sunshine filled days and crisp mountain fresh air. Winter is great for cooking and eating and sipping on red wine as we gather around the bonfire under starry crystal clear skies. Night time photography is amazing in Orange!

Springtime, Orange turns green and gold with the bud-burst of our parks and gardens. There is nothing quite like the brilliance of our canola fields illuminating the countryside. We enjoy warm days and cool nights, taking in the smells and sights of our region. During spring we celebrate our local cool-climate wines during the annual Orange Wine Festival.

In Summer, Mount Canobolas promises milder temperatures to alleviate the heat. It is also cherries, berries and stone fruit season. We have long and relaxed afternoons and balmy evenings and we experience a real rural Australian Summer. We celebrate The Banjo Paterson Australian Poetry Festival in Summer.

Autumn is the most beautiful of all seasons in Orange we arent called the colour city for nothing!
A rich tapestry of deep red, burnt orange and warm yellow colour the region, and the skies are the most beautiful of blue. Autumn is when we celebrate the harvest of our local produce during F.O.O.D (Food of Orange District) Week.

Applications will remain open until positions are filled

Full-time/Part-time – Optional
Preferred Start Date – ASAP
Contact Name
Practice Manager – Christie
Phone BH
URL for this ad

Case Manager – Yiriyirimbang (Sacred, Safe, Comforted) 

Job description

If you are passionate about making a lasting positive change in the lives of children and families and giving back to your community, then this position is for you.

About the position:

This position is an identified position under the Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander (NB: applicants race is a genuine occupational qualification and is authorised by Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, NSW)


The Yiri Case Manager plays a vital role in providing Permanency Support Planning (PSP) for Aboriginal children and young people living in Out of Home Care (OOHC), their families and carers.

The Case Manager will be responsible for providing all aspects of case management support for Aboriginal young people, their families and foster/kinship carers.

You will also need to work in collaboration with families and community stakeholders to assess and work towards permanency for each young person.  This will include helping them to build connections in the community as well as assisting them to independent living.

Responsibilities of the positions; 

  • Effective case management in line with case plans
  • Conduct regular home visits
  • Complete assessments and reports
  • Undertake contact support and supervision
  • Collaborating with internal and external stakeholders


To be successful in this role you will provide;

  • A copy of your most recent resume
  • A cover letter (A4 page maximum)
  • Claims against the below key selection criteria (2x A4 pages maximum)
  • Confirmation of Aboriginality
  • Criminal record check
  • Working with Children Check
  • Copies of other relevant certificates

Key Selection Criteria;

  • Aboriginality
  • Must hold a valid driver’s license, working with children’s check and police check
  • Ability to work rostered on-call shifts and travel requirements
  • Demonstrated adept knowledge, skills and experience working with Aboriginal children, young people in the OOHC/PSP setting
  • Practical experience of working as a multi-disciplinary team
  • Advanced level of oral and written communication skills, including record keeping
  • Knowledge of and Commitment to privacy and confidentiality 
  • Commitment to participate and complete all mandatory training and formal qualifications (Diploma minimum, if not achieved)



  • A relevant Bachelors’ degree or relevant Diploma working towards a Bachelor’s degree, the preferred minimum qualifications are Bachelor of Social Work, Social Welfare, Bachelor of Psychology, Nursing and Mental Health
  • First Aid


About Us

OAMS is a community owned and operated organisation that has been successfully providing medical & primary health care services to the diverse Orange community since February 2005.

The service started operations from Palmer Street in Orange with approximately 7 staff with now over 85 staff ranging from doctors, nurses, dentists, Aboriginal health workers, managers, administrative and clerical staff, transport officers and visiting specialist services.


Healthier Generations, Healthier Communities


Is to provide comprehensive health care for all, equip a workforce to succeed and influence best practice.

We are committed to providing services that result in improved quality of life for people in our community.  We are focused on a holistic and friendly approach to the physical, social and emotional wellbeing of our community. OAMS is committed to the privacy legislation and we are compliant in maintaining confidentiality.

We provide a range of services to our community which can be viewed in more detail on our website at

About Orange

Orange has all the advantages of a city with country living vibes, excellent schools, hospitals and a University campus. The Central West of NSW is an amazing food and wine producing region with 4 seasons to enjoy and only 3 hours from Sydney and Canberra.

Join Us

If you are inspired to make a positive difference and enjoy other benefits including access to salary sacrifice, Fitness Passport and accrue an RDO a month and would like to be considered for this opportunity please submit your resume AND a cover letter addressing the criteria by clicking ‘Apply Now’.


Applications close: 10th May 2021 COB 5:00PM

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