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Careers in CaFHS
The Child and Family Health Service (CaFHS) is a vital part of the South Australia’s child health and development system.
CaFHS provides community health services for families in South Australia with infants and children aged 0 - 5 years. CaFHS clinical staff work in a variety of settings including family homes, community health clinics and our residential early parenting centre, Torrens House.
The service provides professional knowledge in the following areas:
- Child development
- Infant growth and nutrition
- Infant mental health
- Perinatal mental health
- Parenting and the importance of early relationships
- Health promotion
Clinical roles of nursing and allied health (social work and psychology) are supported by Child and Family Support Consultants and Aboriginal Cultural Child and Family Support Consultants to ensure the delivery of culturally responsive care.
The service also has a number of administrative and business support roles that support our operations.
For further information about vacancies within the Child and Family Health Service and SA Health please visit the WCHN Careers page.
For further information about vacancies within the South Australian Government please visit the I Work for SA site below.