WADA (WA) is explicitly designated in the Industrial Relations Act of 1979 (AV) as the organization that represents the industrial interests of AV physicians. The Australian Medical Association (WA) is committed to promoting and protecting the professional interests of the medical profession and the health needs of patients and the general education community in our state. Specialized industrial advice and resources, including copies of negotiated amA (AV) industrial agreements and private practice bulletins, are available on the resource pages. Please note that in 1998, for registered nurses, individual agreements were certified for registered nurses with some differences between them. Only one representative sample is provided below. Below is a list of active public sector awards and agreements. This list is maintained by public sector labour relations. Although every attempt is made to ensure that the information on this page is up to date, the accuracy, currency and reliability of the information cannot be guaranteed. The service disclaims any responsibility for claims that may arise from persons acting on this information or that do not act on this information. WADA (WA) also supports the Western Australian Branch of the Australian Salaried Medical Officers Federation (ASMOF), which is an organization registered under the Fair Work (Registered Organisation) Act 2009, which promotes the interests of established physicians, is industrially positioned by its members, exercises in labour tribunals in the federal labour court and negotiates employment contracts with employers. The latest list of the latest public sector awards and agreements in Western Australia can be find on the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission website.
Broome: Broome has an 8-bed hospital ward, a Level 2 crèche, a regional neonatal transport service and will provide opportunities for development and service research. There is a strong team of advisory paediatricians residing in Broome, who provide close coaching and support while providing opportunities for independent practice. They will be part of the fascinating Outreach program that cares for children throughout the Kimberley. Position Profile: Do you have a passion for rural paediatrics? Are you looking for a guaranteed three-year training course that offers you the best experience in Western Australia to prepare for an independent consulting practice in one of the most beautiful rural places in the world – the Kimberley? This is a full-time temporary appointment (80 hours per 14 days) for 3 years, salary according to the WADA Medical Health Agreement 2016: In addition (in accordance with company requirements), access to treatment packages up to $19,000 per day, professional development opportunities and study/assistance leave may apply.