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Latest career opportunities

Primary Health Tasmania is currently seeking application for: a Human Resources Officer (Launceston) a Lead – Integrated Health Care, Aged Care Improvement (Hobart, Launceston, or Ulverstone). To find out more, click here.

Goodbye COVID videos available in 20 languages

Primary Health Tasmania is proud to support the Goodbye COVID campaign as part of its involvement in the Victorian and Tasmanian PHN Alliance. Led by North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network, the campaign comprises videos in 20 languages, encouraging people to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Now available on the Primary Health Tasmania YouTube channel for…

*NOW CLOSED* Applications sought for Board Directors

Primary Health Tasmania is seeking to fill a number of elected director positions on the Board which includes directors standing for re-election and vacancies.Applications are sought from people with a range of industry skills particularly general practice, primary health care, health service design and delivery, and also professional skills in finance and accounting. Board diversity…

Launch of the Rethink 2020 Implementation Plan

Primary Health Tasmania is pleased to share in the launch of the plan to translate Rethink 2020‘s vision — a Tasmanian community where all people have the best possible mental health and wellbeing — into action. The release of the Rethink 2020 Implementation Plan on Thursday 19 August follows the December 2020 unveiling of Rethink…

PhD opportunity to work on Primary Health Tasmania project

Applications are now open for a PhD opportunity as part the University of Tasmania’s Regional and Remote Futures Project. The Research Degree will work on a Primary Health Tasmania project aimed at improving care for people with chronic conditions living in northern Tasmania who have frequent hospital admissions. Click here to find out more, including…