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At Northeast Health Wangaratta, we value our employees. We offer leadership and vision and an environment with a strong sense of teamwork, integrity, accountability, and respect. We are committed to providing staff in our clinical and non-clinical areas with continuing education, research, and student support. This ensures that our people are part of a skilled and knowledgeable workforce.
With more than 1400 staff, we are the largest employer in the Rural City of Wangaratta. Northeast Health has partnerships with a range of service providers, government departments and education providers who support us to find health workers from the rural area and help us retain our people. Some of our staff have joint academic/clinical appointments through our strategic alliance with the University of Melbourne’s Department of Rural Health.
What career options are available at Northeast Health?
Employment opportunities are spread across most disciplines. We are committed to employee safety and occupational health and we support ongoing professional development for our staff. Northeast Health is also an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Northeast Health offers a number of options for employment. You can work on a:
- full-time basis
- part-time basis
- casual basis
- permanent basis
- fixed-term basis.
What benefits are available at Northeast Health?
As an employee of Northeast Health, you will have access to a range of benefits including:
- salary packaging
- social club – discounts to health clubs etc.
- employee assistance programs
- free car parking
- minimum of 4 weeks annual leave
- access to 48/52 – the option of additional annual leave
- corporate uniform
- accrued days off (ADOs) and flexi time – you can choose your start and finish times
- professional development and career advancement
- library and internet access.
Where are the positions advertised?
Vacancies are advertised in the Wangaratta Chronicle, and when appropriate, in local regional newspapers, Melbourne’s newspapers and professional journals.