Job Vacancies at NHW

Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is the major health provider in the Central Hume region with an extensive range of acute, sub-acute, aged care and community services. Successful applicants will enjoy the benefits of competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to Victorian Public Health Sector employees.

NHW is an Equal Opportunity Employer, is committed to respecting and celebrating all forms of diversity and recognises the value of these unique identities within the community.

NHW encourages all people of diverse backgrounds to apply including but not limited to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI), Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD), Sex, sexuality and gender diverse (LGBTQIA+) community and those living with a disability.

If you require support or assistance in applying for a position please direct enquiries to hr@nhw.org.au

Title: Registered Midwife
Position Type: Full/Part Time, Fixed Term
Hours: Various
Reference: #19179
Contact: Karen Oddie
Phone: 03 5722 5133

Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is the major health provider in the Central Hume region with an extensive range of acute, sub-acute, aged care and community services.

NHW currently has positions available for Registered Grade 2 Midwives to join the team of professionals that contribute to our hospital’s excellent reputation.  

The Maternity Services Unit is a progressive unit that boasts modern birthing, postnatal and special care nursery facilities.  The ward is well supported through the Education Department of the hospital and is well regarded within the region as a resource for Midwifery practice.

The successful applicant’s will enjoy the benefits of competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to Victorian Public Health Sector employees.

Applying for the role:
• Enquiries can be made with Karen Oddie on (03) 5722 5133
• A PD for this role can be downloaded from the NHW website careers page
• Completed applications, addressing the selection criteria from the PD, should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au

Position Description:
Registered Midwife.pdf

Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is the major health provider in the Central Hume region with an extensive range of acute, sub-acute, aged care and community services.

NHW are seeking expressions of interest from Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Allied Health Assistants, Dietitians, Social Workers, Diabetes Educators, Continence Nurses & Care Coordinators who are keen to explore casual, temporary, weekend and/or ongoing opportunities for work at NHW.

Roles within our Allied Health & Ambulatory services division offer exciting clinical diversity across emergency, acute, inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient and community funded streams. 

If you are dynamic, team orientated, innovative and committed to allied health and ambulatory services then we would love to hear from you.

For further information, or to obtain a copy of position descriptions for any of the positions available, please contact:

Physiotherapy: Brooke Winzer / Alison Gargan (03) 5722 5413
Occupational Therapy: Lisa Peters / Kane Fitzpatrick (03) 5722 5508
Speech Pathology & Allied Health Assistants: Courtney Ward-Jackson (03) 5722 5566
Social Work: Sandi Darlow (03) 5722 5113
Dietetics, Diabetes Education & Continence Nursing: Eleanor Capel (03) 5722 5179
Complex Care Service: Ruth Mulligan (03) 5722 5053

Position Title: Obstetrics & Gynaecology Registrar (Senior)
Employment Type: Full time – Fixed Term (12 months) 01 Feb 2021
EBA: Victorian Public Health Sector – Doctors in Training Enterprise Agreement 2018-2021
Classification: Registrar (level according to years of experience at Registrar level) HM25 – 30
Hours per fortnight: 86 per fortnight

Hospital Application Open Date: Wednesday, 29 July 2020

As the Senior Registrar within Northeast Health’s (NHW) Obstetrics and Gynaecology (O&G) Service you will have the opportunity to progress your specialty training in a health service committed to the provision of high quality patient care using up to date methods, materials and equipment. 

The Senior Registrar will work at developing collaborative relationships with medical, surgical, anaesthetic, paediatric and mental health colleagues and senior staff in addition to the broader multidisciplinary team. 

This role has a requirement to attend Obstetrics’ and Gynaecology training clinics and opportunities as authorised.

This role will provide leadership and guidance to junior medical staff and medical students and contribute to the unit’s education and training initiatives.

Key responsibilities will include:
• Management of O&G patients at both outpatient and inpatient levels and the supervision of their clinical care in consultation with senior medical staff. Provide assistance at Theatre as required for O&G patients and undertake surgical procedures under supervision. 
• Develop and maintain complex obstetric management skills, including birthing unit management, complex operative obstetrics and supervision / teaching of junior trainees and Hospital Medical Officers (HMOs). 
• Thoroughly and promptly record in the medical record all clinical encounters, in an appropriate manner, from the initial assessment and investigations through to treatment and clinical progress. 
• Expand and consolidate understanding of common gynaecology presentations and diseases and the associated management. Commitment to extending and updating personal medical knowledge and skills. Regularly attend Clinical Meetings and Education Sessions as required and remain familiar and compliant with College Training Requirements and current medical literature. 

How to apply: 
• Only applications emailed to medicalworkforce@nhw.org.au will be accepted
• In subject line write: 2021 O&G Registrar (Senior)

Please submit the following documents to complete your application:
1. CV
2. Covering letter addressing the key selection criteria and your interest in applying for the role at NHW

Essential criteria to be eligible to apply:
KEY SELECTION CRITERIA
1. Currently registered or eligible for registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). 
2. Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) or equivalent degree and at least 4 years of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) Integrated Training Program (ITP) training completed by the commencement of this position. 
3. Successful completion of RANZCOG fellowship oral and written examinations is preferred. 
4. Demonstrated excellent clinical skills, judgment and expertise in managing inpatients with complex issues. 
5. Demonstrated teamwork within a multidisciplinary team in a complex and challenging environment, with high level time management, problem solving and communication (both written and verbal) skills. 
6. Demonstrable innovative ideas, ability to contribute to system improvement and a strong clinical governance framework in O&G. 

Health Service Requirements:
1. A current National Police Check shall be provided / undertaken prior to appointment. 
2. A Working with Children’s Check (as per relevant State legislation) may be required where the role requires working unsupervised with children. 
3. Evidence of immunisation against specified infectious diseases must be provided for all Category A positions prior to appointment. 

Interviews will only be offered to shortlisted applicants. 

Contact and address application to:
Dr Amelia Bock 
C/O Manager Medical Workforce: Merryn Lodding
Email: medicalworkforce@nhw.org.au 

Position Description:
OG SNR Registrar PD 2021V1

PLEASE NOTE: Direct Applications Only. This vacancy is NOT open to any agencies of employment consultants, regardless of their status.

Title: Pastoral & Spiritual Care Worker
Position Type: Part Time, Fixed Term (2 years, pending funding)
Hours: 32 hours per fortnight
Reference: #2282
Contact: Amanda Tonks on 03 5721 0310 
Contact: Dan Murphy on 03 5722 5217

Overview:
Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is the major health provider in the Central Hume region with an extensive range of acute, sub-acute, aged care and community services.

NHW has a part time position available for a highly motivated Pastoral & Spiritual Care Worker at Illoura Residential Aged Care. The primary responsibility of this position is to provide emotional and spiritual support to residents, their families and staff either through referral or visitation.

The role combines accountability under the guidance and direction of the Pastoral Care Coordinator however requires personal initiative and a degree of autonomy as well as being part of a team – you will work collaboratively within a broader multidisciplinary setting.

The successful applicant will enjoy the benefits of competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to Victorian Public Health Sector employees.

Applying for the role:
• Enquiries can be made with Amanda Tonks on 03 5721 0310 or Dan Murphy on 03 5722 5217
• A PD for this role can be downloaded below
• Completed applications, addressing the selection criteria from the PD should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au
• Applications close 1 October 2020

Position Description:
Pastoral Care Practitioner Illoura

Title: Registrar General Practice – Emergency Medicine (2x positions available)
Position Type: Full Time, Fixed Term from 1 February 2021
Hours: 86 hours per fortnight
EBA: Victorian Public Health Sector – Doctors In Training Enterprise Agreement 2018-2021
Classification: Registrar Year 1 – Year 6+ HM25 – 30 (Base salary $116,000 – $159,000) 
Hospital Application Open Date: Monday, 7 September 2020
Hospital Application Close date: Monday, 5 October 2020

Overview:
An opportunity exists for a twelve-month appointment for GP Registrar –Emergency Medicine. The role of the GP Registrar- Emergency Medicine is to develop, consolidate and enhance clinical skills in the provision of high quality patient care. Under appropriate supervision, the successful applicant will gain valuable Emergency Medicine experience through exposure to critically ill patients and a vast array of medical, orthopaedic, surgical, paediatric and gynaecological conditions. 

This position is ACCRM/RACGP accredited and suitable for GP Registrars through the Victorian Rural Generalist Pathway. Past M2M Interns are encouraged to apply. 

Essential criteria to be eligible to apply:
• Must be enrolled in or intending to enroll in a General Practice Education and Training Program (FACRRM or FRACGP and FARGP)
• Must be registered or eligible for registration with the Medical Board of Australia
• Minimum of PGY3 at commencement of training year
• Commitment to rural or remote medical practice as well as specialist registration as a GP, or alternatively enrolment in a pathway to fellowship 

How to apply: 
Only applications emailed to medicalworkforce@nhw.org.au will be accepted.

Please submit the following documents to complete your application: 
1. CV
2. Covering letter outlining you interest in applying for the position and desire to work at Northeast Health Wangaratta. In subject line write: 2021 Registrar General Practice – Emergency Medicine

Interviews will only be offered to shortlisted applicants. A referee assessment form will be sent to shortlisted applicants to have two completed prior to interview. Interviews will be held via Microsoft Teams.

Position Description:
2021 GP Registrar Emergency PD_

Contact and address application to:
Manager Medical Workforce: India-Rose Hutchinson
Email: medicalworkforce@nhw.org.au 

PLEASE NOTE: Direct Applications Only.  
This vacancy is NOT open to any agencies of employment consultants, regardless of their status.

Title: Summer Cadetship – Radiography Administration 
Position Type: Part Time, Fixed Term (four week contract)
Hours: 48 hours per fortnight
Reference: #2355
Contact: Diane McIntosh
Phone: 03 5722 5149

Overview:
Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is the major health provider in the Central Hume region with an extensive range of acute, sub-acute, aged care and community services.

Northeast Health Wangaratta is seeking to employee a dynamic part time Administration Officer as part of our Summer Cadetships Program within the Medical Imaging Department. We are seeking applicants who are currently studying Radiography who are local university students with evidence of enrollment in a tertiary course of study in 2021.  The cadetship will run for four weeks commencing 4 January 2021.

Applicants need to have the ability to learn a variety of skills and tasks in a fast paced environment and be prepared to abide by NHW values and code of behavior.

Pre-requisites for the position include:
• University students with evidence of enrolment in a tertiary course of study in Radiography in 2021 seeking four weeks employment from 4 January 2021 
• Seeking a career pathway in Radiography with relevant IT skills
• Ability to work flexible hours. The successful applicant will be required to work their hours over 3-4 days per week 
• Ability to work individually and as part of a professional team
• Commitment to a high level of customer service and satisfaction
• Experience with computers and software programs
• Previous experience working in administration, data entry is desirable, but not essential  
• A current Police and Working with Children Check, proof of immunisations plus a signed statutory declaration confirming history of living/working overseas

The successful applicant will enjoy the benefits of competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to Victorian Public Health Sector employees.

Applying for the role:
• Enquiries can be made with Diane McIntosh on (03) 5722 5149 or diane.mcintosh@nhw.org.au
• A PD for this role can be downloaded below
• Completed applications, including resume and cover letter addressing the selection criteria from above should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au
• Applications close 5pm, Monday, 8 November 2020 

Position Description:
2021 Cadetships PD Medical Imaging

Title: Summer Cadetship – Education & Research Administration 
Position Type: Part Time, Fixed Term (four week contract)
Hours: 48 hours per fortnight
Reference: #2354
Contact: Diane McIntosh
Phone: 03 5722 5149

Overview:
Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is the major health provider in the Central Hume region with an extensive range of acute, sub-acute, aged care and community services.

Northeast Health Wangaratta is seeking to employee a dynamic part time Administration Officer as part of our Summer Cadetships Program within the Education & Research Unit. We are seeking applicants who are local university students with evidence of enrollment in a tertiary course of study in health care in 2021.  The cadetship will run for four weeks commencing 4 January 2021.

Applicants need to have the ability to learn a variety of skills and tasks in a fast paced environment and be prepared to abide by NHW values and code of behavior.

Pre-requisites for the position include:
• University students with evidence of enrolment in a tertiary course of study in 2021 seeking four weeks employment from 4 January 2021 
• Ability to work flexible hours. Successful applicant will be required to work their hours over 4 days per week 
• Ability to work individually and as part of a professional team
• Commitment to a high level of customer service and satisfaction
• Experience with computers and software programs including word, excel and outlook
• Previous experience working in administration including data entry is desirable
• A current Police and Working with Children Check, proof of immunisations plus a signed statutory declaration confirming history of living/working overseas

The successful applicant will enjoy the benefits of competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to Victorian Public Health Sector employees.

Applying for the role:
• Enquiries can be made with Diane McIntosh on (03) 5722 5149 or diane.mcintosh@nhw.org.au
• A PD for this role must be downloaded below
• Completed applications, including cover letter, resume and addressing the selection criteria from above should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au
• Applications 5pm, Monday, 8 November 2020

Position Description:
2021 Cadetships PD ERU

Title: Gap Year Employment Program 2021 (3x positions available)
Position Type: Part Time, Fixed Term (12 month contracts)
Hours: 40 hours per fortnight each
Contact: Diane McIntosh
Phone: 03 5722 5149

Overview:
Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is the major health provider in the Central Hume region with an extensive range of acute, sub-acute, aged care and community services.

We are seeking to employ dynamic people as part of our 2021 Gap Year Program.  Applications are open for those who are graduating Year 12 in 2020 and will be commencing University studies in 2022.

Applicants need to have the ability to learn a variety of skills and tasks in a fast paced environment and be prepared to abide by NHW values and code of behavior.

We have three exciting opportunities available for 2021:

1. Gap Year - Hospitality & Support Services
Part Time Fixed Term Position
February 2021 to February 2022
40 Hours per fortnight 
Position Description: Gap Year Support Services PD
Reference #2356

2. Gap Year - Education & Research Administration  
Part Time Fixed Term Position 
February 2021 to February 2022
 40 Hours per fortnight 
Position Description: Gap Year Education PD
Reference #2357

3. Gap Year - Supply & Logistics
Part Time Fixed Term Position 
February 2021 to February 2022
40 Hours per fortnight 
Position Description: Gap Year Supply PD
Reference #2358

When applying, please ensure you list the relevant reference number to the position you are applying for.

The successful applicants will enjoy the benefits of competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to Victorian Public Health Sector employees.

Applying for the role:
• Enquiries can be made with Diane McIntosh via diane.mcintosh@nhw.org.au 
• Position Descrptions for these roles are available above
• Completed applications, which need to include a resume, cover letter and address the key selection criteria from the PDs, should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au
• Applications close 5pm, Monday 9 November 2020 

Title: Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) - Anaesthetist
Hospital Application Open Date: Monday, 14 September 2020
Hospital Application Close date: Sunday, 27 September 2020

Overview:
Applications are invited for the position of Visiting Medical Officer – Specialist Anaesthetist (FANZCA) at Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW). This position will provide services to NHW for elective and emergency Anaesthetics and provide on-call cover on a one-in-ten roster.  The successful applicant will reside within call-in range of the hospital whilst on-call.

NHW is a busy sub-regional integrated health service of 208 beds and is the major referral facility for the greater part of North East Victoria.  NHW provides a wide range of acute specialist medical and surgical services. An emergency department, critical care unit (ICU, HDU, CCU), obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics and specialised aged care, medical oncology services, community rehabilitation, and inpatient, community, aged and psycho-geriatric mental health services. 

NHW has an operating suite of four theatres and is supported by a modern Radiology Department, Nuclear Medicine, Pathology, Blood Bank and a Critical Care Unit staffed by Intensivists. A 40 bed private hospital is located close by and has three theatres serviced by local and visiting surgeons.  An equal distribution of lists across a number of core surgical specialities including General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Urology, Endoscopy, Bronchoscopy, Obstetrics and Gynaecology as well as optional sub-speciality lists including Paediatrics, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery and Dental ensures an excellent variety of work. A VMO Anaesthetic clinic and Acute Pain service is staffed alongside Anaesthetic Registrars as well as a one-in-ten oncall roster.  

The University of Melbourne’s Rural Clinical School has a node located in Wangaratta with medical students completing their clinical studies at NHW and additional students rotate from Melbourne Teaching Hospitals.

Wangaratta is just under three hours drive from Melbourne on a four lane highway. It is in a magnificent rural setting with snow fields, rivers, national parks and vineyards, and a host of recreational choices on offer. It has over 11 schools including 3 large secondary schools.  It is also within 45 minute drive to Albury which has a large rural airport.

Please note that applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.

Applying for the role:

  • Applications and requests for additional information may be sent in confidence to Dr Jade Radnor, Director of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine via Medical Workforce:  medicalworkforce@nhw.org.au or (03) 5722 5066
  • A position description for this role can be downloaded below
  • Completed applications including CV and letter of introduction outlining how your skills and experience meet the requirement of the Position Description should be emailed to medicalworkforce@nhw.org.au
  • Applications close Sunday, 27 September 2020

Position Description:
Visiting Medical Officer Anaesthetics Sept 2020

Title: Breast & Gynaecological Cancer Clinical Nurse Consultant
Position Type: 2x Part Time Positions Available
Position 1: 48 hours per fortnight, ongoing
Position 2: 64 hours per fortnight, fixed term to March 2021
Reference: #2342
Contact: Jodie Finlayson
Phone: 03 5722 5348

Overview:
Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is the major health provider in the Central Hume region with an extensive range of acute, sub-acute, aged care and community services.

This is an excellent opportunity for a Registered Nurse with Breast Cancer Nursing qualifications and experience to expand and develop their skills within a specialist cancer and community nursing team. The position incorporates acute and community sectors.

This nurse will be team focused, with excellent assessment, communication and clinical skills and promote patient centered care delivery. 

The successful applicant will enjoy the benefits of competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to Victorian Public Health Sector employees.

Applying for the role:

  • Enquiries can be made with Jodie Finlayson on 03 5722 5348
  • A PD for this role can be downloaded below
  • Completed applications, addressing the selection criteria from the PD, should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au
  • Applications close Monday, 28 September 2020

Position Description:
BG Cancer Nurse PD 2020

Title: Disability Liaison Officer
Position Type: Part Time, Fixed Term (to 14 February 2021)
Hours: 48 hours per fortnight
Reference: #2348
Contact: Peter Edwards
Phone: 03 5722 5318

Overview:
People with disability have reported difficulty in accessing COVID-19 assessment and treatment services due to fear, uncertainty and issues with accessibility. The Disability Liaison Officer (DLO) Program seeks to address these barriers by providing a resource to support people with disability to navigate the health system and obtain appropriate care and treatment.

The primary function of the DLO is to:

  • help people with disability, their families and carers access assessment and treatment for COVID-19
  • support people with disability, their families and carers to connect with other health and human services
  • undertake outreach where there is evidence that people with disability are not accessing testing services or other hospitals services because of fear of exposure and infection, or uncertainty about how the service will operate
  • undertake targeted outreach for people with disability who may be less likely to use health services (for example, Aboriginal people with disability and LGBTIQ+ people with disability). Where appropriate, this work will coordinate with the work of other roles, such as Aboriginal Liaison Officers
  • provide disability-specific advice and support to the assessment centre and broader health service to provide more accessible, safe and inclusive care to people with disability, particularly with respect to assessment and treatment for COVID-19.

We anticipate you will have:

  • Interpersonal skills: sees things from other’s point of view and confirms understanding; expresses own views in a constructive and diplomatic way; reflects on how own emotions impact on others.
  • Problem solving skills: seeks all relevant information for problem solving; investigates and probes for the facts; liaises with stakeholders; analyses issues from different perspectives and draws sound inferences from information available; identifies and proposes workable solutions to problems.

The successful applicants will enjoy the benefits of competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to Victorian Public Health Sector employees.

Applying for the role:

  • Enquiries can be made with Peter Edwards on 03 5722 5318
  • Position description for this role can be downloaded below
  • Completed applications, with statement addressing the key selection criteria, should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au
  • Applications close Sunday, 4 October 2020

Position Description:
DLO PD

Title: Grade 1 Physiotherapist – Rotating
Position Type: Full Time, Fixed Term (to 10 October 2021)
Reference: #2348
Contact: Dr Brooke Winzer / Alison Gargan
Phone: 03 5722 5413

Overview:
Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is the major health provider in the Central Hume region with an extensive range of acute, sub-acute, aged care and community services.

NHW is seeking applications from physiotherapists who are team focused and interested in pursuing opportunities to diversify and enhance their skills in the public health sector. This position is suitable for graduates or experienced physiotherapists.

This rotational position allows opportunities to work within acute, sub-acute and community setting including medical and surgical wards, inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient clinics and community rehabilitation.  Each rotation is supported by senior physiotherapy staff and a comprehensive Grade One Program provides ongoing education and peer support.

The successful applicant will enjoy the benefits of competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to Victorian Public Health Sector employees.

Applying for the role:

  • Enquiries can be made with Dr Brooke Winzer or Alison Gargan on (03) 5722 5413
  • A position description for this role can be downloaded below
  • Completed applications, with a document addressing the selection criteria from the position description, should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au
  • Applications close Monday, 5 October 2020

Position Description:
Grade 1 Physiotherapist PD

Title: Administration Receptionist - Medical Imaging Department
Position Type: Part Time, Fixed Term (12 month contract)
Hours: 48 hours per fortnight
Reference: #2360
Contact: Claire Benton
Phone: 03 5722 5014

Overview:
Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is the major health provider in the Central Hume region with an extensive range of acute, sub-acute, aged care and community services.

NHW has a 12 month temporary position available for a highly motivated individual to join the Medical Imaging Team. The successful applicant will possess high level interpersonal skills and ability to work both independently and take pride in their work in a team environment.

The Medical Imaging Department is a specialised department that aims to provide a continuous high standard of service to Outpatients and Inpatients from local and Regional areas.  The role requires a dynamic mind that thrives in a fast-paced environment with a strong focus and commitment to patient care and fellow team members.

The successful applicant will enjoy the benefits of competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to Victorian Public Health Sector employees.

Applying for the role:

  • Enquiries can be made with Claire Benton on (03) 5722 5014
  • A PD for this role can be downloaded from the NHW website careers page
  • Completed applications, addressing the selection criteria from the PD, should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au
  • Applications close Tuesday, 6 October 2020

Position Description:
Medical Imaging Admin PD

How to apply

Writing a good job application gives you the opportunity to show why you believe you are the best person for the job and how your knowledge, skills and experience meet the key selection criteria. Read the position description carefully as this will help you to address the key selection criteria when you prepare your application.
You must apply for each job separately.

Checklist

When you are putting together your job application, remember to include:

  • a letter of introduction addressing the key selection criteria – include your full name, address and contact details, the job title and the job number listed in the advertisement
  • a copy of your current Curriculum Vitae (CV) – include all your qualifications, and professional affiliations, a full employment history, and the names and contact details of at least 3 current/recent professional referees
  • certified copies of your qualifications and any additional supporting documentation – include your current driver’s licence, if required
  • a completed and signed Northeast Health Wangaratta ‘Application for Employment’ form.

Successful applicants will require a police record check and a Working with Children Check for pre-employment safety screening purposes.

How to submit your application

Your job application must be submitted by 5.00 pm on the closing date listed in the advertisement.

Medical Officer applications must be emailed to medicalworkforce@nhw.org.au

All other job applications should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au

or

Hand delivery: Human Resources Department, Northeast Health Wangaratta, Green Street, Wangaratta, 3677

Post: Human Resources Department, Northeast Health Wangaratta PO BOX 386, Wangaratta, 3676

In accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2001 and the Information Privacy Principles, all recruitment and selection information notes remain the property of Northeast Health Wangaratta and cannot be accessed by applicants.