Women’s Health Queensland Wide Inc (Women’s Health) is committed to attracting and recruiting the best possible candidates for available positions and to providing equality in employment for all people employed or seeking employment.
Women’s Health aims to sustain a culture of fairness and equity for all workers, supported by its values and guiding principles.
Senior Community Development and Engagement Officer
Domestic Violence Specialist Case Worker and Education Officer
There are no current volunteer positions.
Women's Health accepts applications from university students for unpaid internships throughout the year. For further information, please contact us on (07) 3216 0976 or via our Contact Us form.
Testimonials from Past Students
“Working at Women’s Health has given me the real-world experience that I need in order to improve my professional development, as well as develop close relationships among others within the industry. As a student nearing the completion of my degree, job prospects and employment opportunities have been a vested interest. The project that I worked on during my time here, gave me the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge to a real-life situation where there are women in need, and has greatly improved my evaluation and critical thinking skills.
Through attendance at various expos across Brisbane I was able to experience both the office environment as well as working within the community. As someone with a strong passion for helping others who constantly strives for self-improvement, overall I feel that my time here has been an invaluable learning opportunity. The ladies at Women’s Health have continued to offer nothing but guidance and support - and really, what more can you ask for.”
Emma, Public Health Student
“Women’s Health have provided me with valuable experience while completing my internship. It has been a fantastic opportunity, my time here was focused on my Media and Communication Internship although I have been fortunate to also incorporate my Bachelor of Public Health studies. A few of the projects I have worked on included researching and translating technical information into audience friendly fact sheets and assisting young women in their knowledge of health topics to support them in making healthy decisions. The team I have worked with have been incredibly supportive, encouraging my input and supporting my development. I would highly recommend Women’s Health as a potential internship opportunity!”
Bridget, Communications/Public Health Student
Ramona, Public Health Student
Last Updated: 27 February 2017