RAHC has appointed Celine Berger as the new Placement Coordinator who will be based out of our Canberra office
Celine brings wide-ranging experience to the role having previously worked in a variety of roles in social justice and human connection. Her extensive background in customer service in rural and remote communities ensure RAHC delivers a professional placement experience for all health professionals coming to work in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
“RAHC is very excited to welcome Celine Berger. She has recently moved from the New England region (Tamworth) to Canberra after accepting a role with RAHC. Prior to this, Aspen Medical supported Celine to achieve a bachelor’s in social work from the University of New England. Relocating to start a new job is a big commitment for anyone to make. We are especially pleased that Celine decided to do so as she has fitted in wonderfully and already has a great rapport with our health professionals.
A proud Aboriginal woman, Celine is one of our two RN Placement Coordinators”, says David Glasson, RAHC National Manager. In her role, Celine will work closely with the Placement Team to support all Registered Nurses completing a placement with RAHC.