The CEO has the unique privilege of working with our Board of Directors to “Wumaagamba muurlay ngiyambandandigu giirrwaagu minyaagu: darrundaygu buurrgi-gundi darruyaygam buwaar-gumang jalumgal-gumang” From Gumbaynggirr to English it is to “Increase paths for our mob for this: to improve bodily wellness from babyhood to old age”.

As the CEO you are tasked with responsibility for driving the business performance in a challenging fiscal environment.  You will be accountable for all aspects of governance and professional practice of an organisation with a current annual turnover of $8M and 50 FTE.

Under the strategic leadership of the Board you will manage the resources to continue to meet the changing needs of community and staff.  The changing funding streams, identifying and implementing sustainable business practices will provide unique challenges and will be a core focus for the role.

You will have the opportunity to provide leadership and guidance for an organisation that consistently delivers best practice comprehensive health care for the community.  You will work within the cultural integrity framework that is uniquely Galambila’s: “We are what we do”.

One of the many challenges faced at Galambila is “Yidaagay darrundaygu” alternatively spoken in English as “Always becoming good for purpose”.  As the CEO you have the responsibility for supporting the organisation through the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) process, accreditation (AGPAL /NDIS) ensuring programs are evaluated and changes implemented.

For more information on the role and duties please download the “Application Package

To APPLY for this role please either email (  or submit your application online here 

  1. Completed “Applicant details form
  2. Updated Resume; and
  3. A cover letter addressing the selection criteria.

For more information please call Jane or Alex on (02) 6652 0800

Please note Galambila Aboriginal Health Service considers that being Australian Aboriginal is a genuine occupational qualification under s.14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 NSW – the successful applicant will need to provide documentation that they are recognised by the Aboriginal Community as being of Aboriginal descent.

Applications close Friday, 18 September 2020. 

To apply please fill in the form below.

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