We currently have no vacancies for employment in the Aboriginal Health team. To see what positions are available on other teams in our organisation, please see the Diabetes WA website.

Work Experience & Volunteering

As a not for profit organisation, Diabetes WA relies heavily on the use of volunteers across a range of its programs. Our volunteers are ambassadors for our organisation, reflecting our values across the WA community.

Diabetes WA also offers opportunities for students to learn valuable on-the-job knowledge by undertaking work experience.

If you are interested in volunteering or a work experience placement please contact us to find out what opportunities are available.


Diabetes WA has proudly hosted a number of health promotion scholarship recipients, supported by AHPA (WA Branch) and Healthway.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarships are awarded to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people who want to work in the health promotion field.

Health Promotion Graduate Scholarships are awarded to health promotion and health science graduates to work with an agency of their choice to further develop their health promotion competencies.

If you are interested in applying for a scholarship with Diabetes WA as your host organisation, please contact us to see what opportunities are available.

For more information on the scholarship program, please see the Health Promotion Scholarships website.




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