Group Role Descriptions

This page contains the role descriptions for all subcommittees and affiliated groups that hold their elections jointly with ANU Medical Students’ Society.

Subcommittees

The role of the Chair is to lead the GHS team, organising and smoothing out all the events of GHS, funding and sustaining the various initiatives of each the subcommittees, promoting the GHS and its aims, and ensuring that the ANU Medical School retains a strong global health reputation into the future. In addition, GHS liaises with the Australian Medical Students Association (AMSA) Global Health Group – a subgroup within AMSA which focuses on global health education, policies, and coordinating the efforts of AMSA Global Health’s 4 main branches: Crossing Borders (Refugee & Asylum Seeker Health), Code Green (Climate change and health), Healthy Communities (NCDs) and Sexual and Reproductive Health. Individuals within GHS are elected to coordinate each national project – these elections take place after ANUMSS elections, at the beginning of the new academic year.

NB: The AMSA Global Health group is different from the committee which organises the Global Health Conference (in or around September).

Key responsibilities:

  • Internally:
    • Oversee and ensure all projects are running smoothly – most importantly, supporting the four AMSA Global Health branch officers in running and coordinating events.
    • Run weekly general meetings.
    • Promotional talks and stalls (e.g. O Week).
    • Work with Treasurer to ensure finances are in order.
    • Work with Promotions and IT Officer to ensure that the website and Facebook information is adequately updated.
    • Overseeing the management of GHS institutional memory and contribute to efforts in actively growing the society.
    • Engage in sponsorship activities.
  • Externally – AMSA Global Health Representative role:
    • Act as a point-of-contact between AMSA Global Health and GHS.
    • Liaise with the ANUMSS AMSA Representative – particularly with respect to advertising the Global Health Conference and policy-related Think Tanks.
    • Participation at two AMSA Global Health Forums (in particularly, Forum 3) + promoting conference within ANU Medical School.
      • This involves meeting with the Global Health Management team and representatives from Global Health Groups (GHG’s) across Australia.
        • Prior to AMSA councils & Global Health forums, you may be asked to prepare a brief report outlining the progress of GHS.
        • Coordinating with the ANUMSS AMSA Representative and GHS AMSA Global Health Policy Reviewer to present global health policies at ANU Think Tanks.
        • Reading and reviewing relevant reports/policy documents that are sent to you from AMSA Global Health along with the AMSA policy reviewer.
    • Accommodation and flights will be subsidised by ANUMSS.
      • If you cannot attend, you are required to organise a proxy.
      • Participation in monthly teleconferences with the AMSA Global Health Management Team and AMSA Global Health Representatives from universities across Australia Global Health Conference.

Your time commitment should be approximately 3 hours per week. However, this may vary throughout the year depending on the GHS calendar and the AMSA Global Health calendar.

For more details, please contact the 2021 GHS Chair:
Shelley Wang (chair@ghs.anumss.org)

The roles of the secretary are to manage the GHS meeting minutes and calendar:

Key responsibilities:

  • Meeting Minutes:
    • Notice of meeting and expected agenda should be sent out 1 week prior to the set meeting time.
    • Agenda items should be requested with the above notice and finalized the day before the meeting.
    • Minutes should be distributed after the meeting for action points to be acted upon prior to the next meeting.
  • GHS calendar:
    • At the start of the GHS year (around October) there will be a prospectus drafted to submit to ANUMSS which will have all the proposed events for the year.
    • Allocate dates and times according to ANUMSS availability.
    • Monitor events as they occur in the calendar.
      • Notify event organisers.
      • Assist GHS committee with running and coordinating events (eg. with site bookings, organising food & setting up for events).
      • Organise updates for relevant events at meetings 
      • Ensure liaison with ANUMSS.
      • Email ANUMSS members of upcoming events (with Promotions Officer).

Scheduling and time commitments:

  • 1-2 hours per week.

For more details, please contact the 2021 GHS Secretary:
Devashi (Dia) Paliwal (secretary@ghs.anumss.org)

The role of the Treasurer is to manage the finances of GHS. The Treasurer together with the Chair operate the GHS bank account and authorise payments. The Treasurer is responsible for liaising with ANUMSS for funding and other matters, keeping detailed records of income and expenses, and reimbursing other GHS members.

Key responsibilities:

  • Manage the GHS bank account.
  • Coordinate transfer of account holder responsibilities from previous year’s exec to current team members.
  • Keep detailed records of financial transactions in a spreadsheet (income, expenses) and file receipts.
  • Budget each event planned for the coming year, along with the event organiser. Planned income and expenses are recorded in as much detail as possible.
  • Submit receipt forms to ANUMSS after an event is held. They are also usually completed by the event organiser. They reflect actual income and expenses. ANUMSS will then reimburse GHS based on the receipt forms.
  • Reimburse GHS members for event expenses. Members should present receipts for reimbursement.
  • Liaise with ANUMSS and represent GHS at ANUMSS meetings if required.
  • Help other GHS members organise and run events.

Scheduling and time commitments:

  • Before calendar year: Liaise with previous committee to transfers bank account access.
  • Before event: Coordinate with exec and representatives to budget each event.
  • After each event: Submit receipt to ANUMSS for reimbursement; reimburse event organiser.
  • Before AGM: ensure financial records are accurate and present annual activity to ANUMSS.

For more details, please contact the 2021 GHS Treasurer:
Jerusha Jeyasingham (treasurer@ghs.anumss.org)

The key roles of the combined IT & Promotions Officer is to advertise the GHS group and its events amongst current and prospective students, sponsors and the wider community, and to generate awareness of GHS activities online, within the ANU Medical School and elsewhere. The IT & Promotions Officer liaises with other committee members and subcommittee chairs to prepare and distribute relevant promotional material. This role requires a degree of computer literacy, although instructions/ notes will be available in the GHS Google Drive.

Key responsibilities:

  • Manage the GHS Facebook page and ANU Code Green Facebook page.
  • In collaboration with the other GHS subcommittee members, develop and distribute promotional materials to generate awareness of GHS events (e.g. posters, online announcements/posts on Wattle).
  • Collaborate with the Treasurer, ANUMSS Sponsorship Officer, Secretary and President to manage sponsorship obligations and event organisation.
  • Responsible for acquiring/developing other GHS website and Facebook materials (e.g. posting photos from events, updating logos and banners as required).
    • This involves following the corresponding Facebook pages of different AMSA global health sectors (e.g. Code Green & Crossing Borders) to forward and share event information and Facebook posts.

Scheduling and time commitments:

  • Variable – depends on the number and type of events scheduled at a particular time.
  • Minimum 1.5 hour per week to design graphics and share Facebook posts and upcoming event information.

For more details, please contact the 2021 GHS IT & Promotions Officer:
Upasana Pathak (it-promotions@ghs.anumss.org)

Key responsibilities:

  • Read, review and present a summary of AMSA policies in preparation for Think Tank events.
  • Coordinate the running of Think Tank events to discuss and define ANU’s stance on AMSA’s proposed global health policies.
  • Liaise with the ANUMSS AMSA Representative, Junior AMSA Representative and AMSA Policy Lead in preparing a summary of the discussion reached in Think Tanks.
  • Prepare a feedback document of the points raised by Think Tanks and other committee members to be presented to AMSA Global Health. 
  • Support other GHS members with organising and running events. 

Scheduling and Time Commitments:

  • Typically 1 hour per week, preparing for and attending weekly meetings. 
  • More time required in policy feedback and Think Tank periods, which occur three times per year.

For more details, please contact the 2021 AMSA Global Health Policy Reviewer:
Benjamin McCarney (benjamin.mccarney@anu.edu.au)

Elected at the start of the calendar year to allow Year 1 students to be involved.

Key responsibilities:

  • Act as the official ANU representative of the AMSA Global Health Code Green Initiative.
  • Act as the official ANU Doctors for the Environment Australia (DEA) representative.
  • Run and organise events that educate medical students and the wider community about the implications of climate change on health.
  • Ensure that GHS projects and activities are run in a way that minimises environmental impact, and promotes environmental sustainability and good health.
  • Advocates within ANUMSS to promote sustainable practices in all their events.
  • Provide opportunities for medical students to get involved in climate change-related issues, events and discussions.
  • Managing the ANU Code Green Facebook page.

Scheduling and time commitments:

  • Variable, but mostly 1-2 hours per week.
  • More time required when organising events e.g. Beeswax making.

For more details, please contact the 2021 Code Green Officer:
Tom Bailey (thomas.bailey@anu.edu.au)

The role of the Crossing Borders Officer is primarily around advocacy and education regarding migrants and refugees and includes the following:

Key responsibilities:

  • Supporting other GHS members with organising and running events.
  • Act as the official ANU representative of the AMSA Global Health Crossing Borders Initiative, and act as a contact for national coordinators.
  • Run and organise events that educate medical students and the wider community on health issues relating to migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.
  • Provide advocacy and learning opportunities for medical students to engage with the issue of Asylum Seeker and Refugee Health.

Scheduling and time commitments:

  • Variable, but mostly 1-2 hours per week.
  • More time required when organising events e.g. Film Screening.

For more details, please contact the 2021 Crossing Borders Officer:
James Marshall (james.marshall@anu.edu.au)

Key responsibilities: 

  • Act as the official ANU representative of the AMSA Reproductive Rights Initiative.
  • Run and organise events that educate medical students and the wider community on sexual, reproductive and maternal health issues.
  • Coordinate and organise the running of Red Week events (eg Red BBQ).
  • Liaise with SCORA to create collaborative events.
  • Supporting other GHS members with organising and running events.

Scheduling and time commitments:

  • Variable, but mostly 1-2 hours per week.
  • More time required when organising events e.g. Red Week.

For more details, please contact the 2021 Reproductive Rights Officer:
Ellen Brown (ellen.brown1@anu.edu.au)

Key responsibilities:

  • Leading the Med Revue team.
  • Assembling the Med Revue team.
  • Primary coordinator of the event.
  • Organising the logistics of the show (including venue hire, rehearsal schedules, etc.).
  • Interacting with the ANUMSS committee for event organisation, in particular the Vice President.

For more details, please contact the 2021 Med Revue Producer:
Meredith Cheng (producer@medrevue.anumss.org)

Open to Phase 2 students in 2022.

Key responsibilities:

  • Chair monthly Surgical Society meetings.
  • Convener of the Surgical Symposium (liase with Prof. Schulte).
  • Responsible for organising skill/suturing workshops for all year groups (1-2 tutorials for each year group).
  • Ensure ANUMS has a team for the Golden Scalpel Games – requires 1-2 registrars to select and train this team – when the GSG are running.
  • Ensure Phase 2 reps are able to organise surgical masterclass with Prof. Chong or another surgical consultant.
  • Assist the Women In Surgery Officer in running a WIS event.
  • Co-administrator of ANU Surgical Society Facebook page – ensure promotion of all ANU & National Surgical Society events.
  • Coordinate communication between all committee members.
  • Encourage and facilitate new events.
  • Liaise with ANUMSS, other subcommittees, MIPS (or other major sponsors) and RACS.

For more details, please contact the 2021 Surgical Society President:
Theodore Scordas (theodore.scordas@anu.edu.au)

Open to Phase 2 students in 2022.

Key responsibilities:

  • Assist the President with event planning – particularly the Surgical Symposium.
  • Co-convenor of Surgical Symposium.
  • Co-chair Surgical Society meetings.
  • Co-administrator of ANU Surgical Society Facebook page.
  • Accompany the President at meetings with non-society agents (RACS/ANU Chair of Surgery/etc.).
  • Assist in the coordination of events.
  • Critical evaluation of events to be presented at Surgical Society meetings if required.
  • Update event protocol documents.

For more details, please contact the 2021 Surgical Society Vice President:
Lachlan Arthur (lachlan.arthur@anu.edu.au)

Key responsibilities:

  • Keep minutes at monthly Surgical Society meetings and distribute them to the committee.
  • Co-administrator of ANU Surgical Society Facebook page.
  • Liaise with Australisian Students’ Surgical Association & International Association of Surgical Students’ Societies (IASSS).
  • Liaise with NSW Surgical Society to enter the Golden Scalpel games.
  • Assist the President with other administrative tasks as required.

For more details, please contact the 2021 Surgical Society Secretary:
Shelley Wang (shelley.wang@anu.edu.au)

Key responsibilities:

  • Complete funding applications for all events, including ANUMSS budget requests.
  • Liaise with the ANUMSS Treasurer to organize payments and reimbursements for Surgical Society expenses.
  • Liaise with ANUMSS Sponsorship and Merchandise Officers to supplement sponsorship provided by ANUMSS if appropriate.
  • Attends all Surgical Society meetings.
  • Helps oversee the financial logistics of Surgical Society events.

For more details, please contact the 2021 Surgical Society Treasurer:
Adam Stephanou (adam.stephanou@anu.edu.au)

Elected at the start of the calendar year. Open to Year 1 students in 2022.

Key responsibilities:

  • Attend Surgical Society meetings.
  • Organise Surgical Society events.
  • Coordinate basic suturing workshops and other clinical skills events.
  • Liaise with Anatomy Academic Staff regarding the Year 1 anatomy dissection classes and tutorials.
  • Promote Surgical Society events to Year 1.
  • Provide academic advocacy for Year 1 students.

For more details, please contact the 2021 Surgical Society Year 1 Representative:
Bridget Nielsen (bridget.nielsen@anu.edu.au)

Open to Year 2 students in 2022.

Key responsibilities:

  • Attend Surgical Society meetings.
  • Organise Surgical Society events.
  • Coordinate basic suturing workshops and other clinical skills events.
  • Liaise with Anatomy Academic Staff regarding the Year 2 anatomy dissection classes and tutorials.
  • Promote Surgical Society events to Year 2.
  • Provide academic advocacy for Year 2 students.

For more details, please contact the 2021 Surgical Society Year 2 Representative:
Oscar Watson (oscar.watson@anu.edu.au)

Open to Year 3 students in 2022.

Key responsibilities:

  • Attend Surgical Society meetings.
  • Organise Surgical Society events.
  • Liaise with the Professor of Surgery regarding Year 3 surgical masterclasses, surgical teachings and tutorials.
  • Coordinate advanced suturing workshops with the Year 1 Representative and other clinical skills events.
  • Promote Surgical Society events to Year 3.
  • Provide academic advocacy for Year 3 students.

For details, please contact the 2021 Surgical Society Year 3 Representative:
Dyan Fosberry (dyan.fosberry@anu.edu.au)

Open to Year 4 students in 2022.

Key responsibilities:

  • Attend Surgical Society meetings.
  • Organise Surgical Society events.
  • Liaise with the Professor of Surgery regarding Year 4 Surgical masterclasses, surgical teachings and tutorials.
  • Coordinate the Essential Surgical Skills workshops.
  • Promote Surgical Society events to Year 4.
  • Provide academic advocacy for Year 4 students.

For details, please contact the 2021 Surgical Society Year 4 Representative:
Alexander Skerman (alexander.skerman@anu.edu.au)

Key responsibilities:

  • Attend Surgical Society meetings.
  • Organise Surgical Society events.
  • Stay up to date with issues related to women in surgery.
  • Arrange events and publications as appropriate.
  • Aim to ensure an appropriate gender balance at all surgical events.
  • Advocate for representation of female surgeons at other events in the medical school.
  • Organise the annual Women in Surgery event.

For more information, please contact the 2021 Surgical Society Women in Surgery Officer:
Isabel Adams (isabel.adams@anu.edu.au)

Affiliated Groups

The co-chairs of ANU GPSN are responsible for committee decisions and are the official spokespeople of the society. The co-chairs work with the Secretary and Treasurer to ensure appropriate running of the society and all GPSN events. At least one of the co-chairs must be available during the academic year to receive and act on all ANU GPSN issues.

Key responsibilities:

  • Promotes and encourages students to pursue a career in general practice.
  • Coordinates events with other GPSN groups across the medical schools in NSW and wider Australia (a minimum of one local and one state-based ACT/NSW event, including social media promotion).
  • Works with ANUMSS and the other subcommittees / affiliated groups in hosting events which expose medical students to the GP vocation.
  • Attends the annual RACGP Conference.
  • Attends the annual GPSN National Committee Meeting.
    NB: held in Oct/Nov i.e. as soon as you’re elected. This meeting was via Zoom in 2020 due to COVID-19, and possibly will be in 2021 too.
  • Chairs ANU GPSN meetings (usually held every 1-2 months).
  • Attends National GPSN Leadership Workshop.

For more details, please contact the 2021 GPSN Co-Chairs:
Clair Bannerman (clair.bannerman@anu.edu.au) and Alex Roberts (alexandra.roberts@anu.edu.au)

Key responsibilities:

  • Arranges and maintains correspondence with other societies at ANU, with other medical schools and patrons.
  • Assists the Co-Chairs in coordinating events and managing issues related to ANU GPSN, including social media promotion.
  • Organises ANU GPSN meetings and writes minutes.

For more details, please contact the 2021 GPSN Secretary:
Victoria Fay (victoria.fay@anu.edu.au)

Key responsibilities:

  • Arranges and maintains correspondence with ANU GPSN patrons and sponsoring organisations, in conjunction with the National GPSN Sponsorship Officer.
  • Works with the ANUMSS Treasurer and Sponsorship Officer in ensuring appropriate funding for GPSN events.
  • Assists the Co-Chairs in coordinating events and managing issues related to ANU GPSN.
  • Maintains access to the ANU GPSN bank account, including organising reimbursements for events, and providing funding reports.
  • Attends the ANU GPSN meetings.

For more details, please contact the 2021 GPSN Treasurer:
Thomas Guscott (thomas.guscott@anu.edu.au)

The President of ARMS is responsible for committee decisions and is the official spokesperson of the society. The President works closely with the Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer to ensure appropriate running of the clubs and all ARMS events. The President must be available during the academic year to receive and act on all ARMS and ANU Rural Health student issues.

The President’s role includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Read and be familiar with the club constitution and documents.
  • Meet regularly with the executive to discuss to discuss any arising issues.
  • Coordinate the ARMS committee and chair meetings.
  • Liaise with Executive Committee regarding club issues.
  • Delegate tasks to committee members as required to ensure appropriate running of the club.
  • Support club activities and is the master of ceremonies (MC) for most ARMS events.
  • Work with the Treasurer to generate and maintain a budget.
  • Act as signatory on club accounts.
  • Liaise with the Rural Clinical School (RCS) regarding club issues.
  • Liaise with the RCS and Dean and executive faculty as an informant, activist and advocate for the all ARMS members
  • Liaise with other Rural Health Clubs, in particular CRANC, and the Canberra Health Student Community.
  • Read and understand the NRHSN policy and procedures documents and advice ARMS executive to ensure NRHSN and RCS rules and guideline are followed.
  • Liaise with the NRHSN regarding issues of National significance.
  • Attend NRHSN teleconferences and face-to-face meetings and report back the proceedings of such meetings.
  • In conjunction with the executive, distribute relevant NRHSN information (e.g. newsletter, funding opportunities, RHSV’s Indigenous festivals) and national conference to club members.
  • Liaise with Secretary and ANUMSS 2nd year general representative to produce ARMS introduction for O-week survival guide.

Commitment: 4-5 hours per week on average. There may be periods before big events when more hours are required to ensuring plans are running smoothly.

This position is best suited to someone who possesses good leadership, communication and time management skills. People considering this role should possess good public speaking abilities, an understanding of the rural medicine opportunities, working within ANU and the current state of rural health care in Australia.

To be eligible for this position, you must have previously held a position on the ARMS Committee.

For more details, please contact the 2021 ARMS President:
Natalie Gordon (president@arms.anumss.org)

The Vice President is second in charge and is responsible for keeping the President accountable. It is the role of the Vice-President to overseeing the organisational aspects of ARMS events and co-ordinate these events with Medical School and other ANU society’s calendars.

The Vice President’s role includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Read and be familiar with the club constitution and documents.
  • Attend ARMS meetings and activities.
  • Work with the President to ensure the Society is running smoothly.
  • Meet regularly with the President and other executive to discuss to discuss any arising issues.
  • Act for the President in their absence.
  • Act as signatory on club accounts.
  • Delegate tasks to committee members as required to ensure appropriate running of the club.
  • Supports committee members in the organisation of ARMS events.
  • Assists the Social Coordinator in the planning, logistic and marketing of ARMS social events.
  • Oversees the planning, logistics and marketing of RHSCs and RHSVs programs by the respective coordinators.
  • Act as liaison officer with ANUMSS and other societies to ensure events are not overlapping and are appropriately spaced and to maintain good working relationships between societies.

Commitment: 2-3 hours per week on average. There may be periods before big events when more hours are required to ensuring plans are running smoothly.

This position is best suited to someone who is driven to help ARMS grow and improve and possess communication, organisational and teamwork skills.

For more details, please contact the 2021 ARMS Vice President:
Natasha Polzin (vicepresident@arms.anumss.org)

The Secretary is the administrator of ARMS and holds the responsibility of being an executive committee member.

The Secretary’s role includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Read and be familiar with the club constitution and documents.
  • Attend/facilitate ARMS meetings and activities.
  • Email meeting reminders to committee members.
  • Meet regularly with the executive to discuss any arising issues.
  • Type meeting agendas and minutes, keep meeting attendance records, book venue for meetings and manage the Google Drive.
  • Liaise regularly with committee members and other ANU clubs/societies regarding events.
  • Ensure the website’s events are up to date and remind committee members to post events they are responsible for.
  • Compiles and sends reports to the NRHSN – club updates for F2F and Cooee! (NRHSN newsletter), club demographics, club feedback for NRHSN projects or policy submissions as appropriate.
  • Acts as the point of contact for members, organisations and others to communicate with the society.
  • Check and attend to emails coming through to the ARMS email address.
  • Ensure the database of current members is kept current with contact details.
  • Provide RAMUS and other scholarship governing bodies of confirmation that their scholarship holders are rural club members.
  • Liaise with executive and ANUMSS 2nd Year General Representative to produce ARMS introduction for O Week survival pack.
  • Run O Week membership drive and facilitate member sign-ups.
  • Ensure the governing documents of the society, such as the constitution and policies are current and accessible to committee members.

Commitment: 2-3 hours per week on average. The busiest period will be at the start of the year with elections and the Close the Gap ceremony. 

This is a fun position for someone who enjoys leadership and working collaboratively with a large team. It is definitely suited to someone with excellent organisation skills, with the ability to manage (a lot of) emails promptly, and has formal letter writing and communication skills. This role is recommended for someone who is interested in management and other leadership opportunities, and a passion for rural health.

For more details, please contact the 2021 ARMS Secretary:
Che’ Marfleet (secretary@arms.anumss.org)

The Treasure manages the finances of ARMS and holds the responsibility of being an Executive committee member. The Treasurer’s role includes, but is not limited to, the following: 

Key responsibilities: 

  • Read and be familiar with the club constitution and documents.
  • Attend/facilitate ARMS meetings and activities.
  • Provide financial advice to committee and liaise with organisers of all events to ensure appropriate event budgeting.
  • Meet regularly with the President and other executive to discuss student conference funding status and any arising issues.
  • Maintains financial records: maintain a register of cash receipts and payments, the treasurer is the cheque account signatory.
  • Liaise with the ANUMSS Sponsorship Officer to plan the budget and funding of events.
  • Prepares the Annual Budget in consultation with executive committee to present at the Annual General Meeting.
  • Prepare an invoice of club expenditure for submission to NRHSN and ANU Rural Clinical School Finance Section at the end of each semester.
  • Draft budget for upcoming year based on previous year’s figures and expected changes, in conjunction with the ARMS committee.

Commitment: 2-3 hours per week on average. The planning of the budget will require a larger amount of time at the beginning of the year. This planning can be done in conjunction with the previous treasurer. This position is best suited to someone who is organised, familiar with budgeting, invoices and is good with numbers.

For more details, please contact the 2021 ARMS Treasurer:
Olivia Dill (treasurer@arms.anumss.org)

The Senior Indigenous Health Promotion Officer advocate for Indigenous affairs and promotes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.

The Indigenous Health Promotion Officer’s role includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Attend ARMS meetings and activities.
  • Advocate within the ARMS committee for Indigenous affairs aiming to ensure a culturally responsive environment and encourage participation in local events.
  • Liaise with the NRHSN on Indigenous Community Engagement Activities and complete reports to the NRHSN (minimum 1 per year).
  • Organise and coordinate the Indigenous Health Promotion conference with the assistance of the Junior Indigenous Health Promotion Officer and other ARMS committee members (developing a working group involving ARMS members is encouraged).
  • Liaise with the Lecturers in Indigenous Health to provide feedback from students on the teaching of Indigenous health teach at ANU.
  • Liaise with various Indigenous groups on relevant issues and report back to the ARMS committee.

Commitment: ~1 hour per week, more in the lead up to the Close the Gap conference and Indigenous Community Engagement Activities.

This position is best suited to someone who has excellent communication skills and is passionate about the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. An Indigenous background is not essential to fulfil this position.

For more details, please contact the 2021 ARMS Indigenous Health Officer:
Benjamin Wylie (indigenous@arms.anumss.org)

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