Jobs, Scholarships, Grants, Deadlines

ANU Indigenous Australian Postdoctoral Fellowships Program

Wednesday, 15 February 2017 - Friday, 28 April 2017
Canberra, ACT

Australian National University (ANU) aspires to be the university of choice for Indigenous Australians, whether they be students or academics. To fulfil this aspiration, ANU will build a substantial Indigenous research and education community that can generate world-leading and influential Indigenous-led research which informs policy and practice and contributes to our understanding of the world.


Koolin Balit Conference Grants

Thursday, 30 March 2017

The Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is offering one-off grants of up to $2,000 to assist individuals to travel and attend conferences where they have been accepted or invited to make an oral presentation about an Aboriginal health initiative being implemented in Victoria. For further information read the following document.


Friday, 31 March 2017



The Marilyn Godley Scholarship, valued at $5000, is offered to an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander undergraduate.

To be eligible for this award, this must meet the following criteria:


Friday, 31 March 2017

Two scholarships and four bursaries are offered to female students undertaking a PhD or doctoral degree course at a Victoria University. The William And Elizabeth Fisher Scholarship and the Yvonne Aitken Scholarship are valued at $7000 each.

The Nancy Millis Bursary, the Madeleine Capicchiano Bursary and two Bursaries in Memory of Feminist Fathers are valued at $3500 each.

One Bursary is named to honour the memory of the late Nancy Millis, a long term member of Graduate Women Victoria and a distinguished scientist.

Senior Medical Education Officer – Gold Coast Health

Friday, 31 March 2017

Gold Coast Health is seeking a Senior Medical Education Officer for their Medical Education Unit (MEU).
This role offers an exciting opportunity to work as a medical educator in a University Hospital setting.  You will  provide educational expertise and leadership in the delivery of medical education to prevocational medical graduates, while ensuring ongoing training accreditation requirements are met.
The MEU comprises a multidisciplinary team and has strong collaborations with academic staff from both Griffith and Bond Universities.

Victorian Aboriginal Nursing and Midwifery Cadet

Friday, 31 March 2017
Date: Open Ended
Parkville, VIC

2017 Victorian Aboriginal Nursing and Midwifery Cadetship Program


The Women’s is Australia’s leading independent specialist hospital for women dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of women of all ages and cultures, and new born babies. The Women’s is recognised as a leader in its field, with expertise in maternity services and the care of newborn babies, gynaecology, assisted reproduction, women’s health and cancer services.

ACEM Foundation Conference Grant

Sunday, 9 April 2017

ACEM Foundation Conference Grant is to support Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori medical practitioners, medical students and other health professionals in attending the ACEM Winter Symposium or the ACEM Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM). For information about how to apply click here

RACS Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander SET Trainee One Year Scholarship

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

RACS Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander SET Trainee One Year Scholarship
Application is due 26 April 2017
This scholarship was established by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Indigenous Health Committee to support Trainees who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, and could be used to cover one or more of the following:
•    Surgical Education and Training registration fees
•    Surgical Education and Training course fees
•    Surgical Education and Training examination fees

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Indigenous Health Education

Thursday, 27 April 2017

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Indigenous Health Education
Melbourne Medical School is seeking to appoint an educator to drive the delivery and further development of its curriculum in Indigenous health.  All graduates of the Melbourne medical course are required to be culturally and clinically competent in the provision of healthcare to Indigenous Australians, and this position is vital in achieving that outcome.  Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced people who would be able to: