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Current Vacancies at NHW

We aim to attract and retain the best quality staff as we continue to strive to be leaders in rural health care.  Job vacancies at NHW are varied in opportunity and frequency and are across all disciplines. All vacancies close at midnight on the closing dates listed below, unless specified otherwise and will be shortlisted within three weeks of the closing date.  Only applicants that progress through to shortlisting will be contacted. Completed applications are to be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au or posted to the Recruitment Coordinator, Northeast Health Wangaratta, PO Box 386, Wangaratta VIC 3676.

Writing a good application gives you the opportunity to show why you believe you are the best person for the role 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.  If you are applying for more than one position at a time, you must apply for each position separately.

When submitting an application, you must include:

  • Completed and signed Application for Employment form 
  • A letter of introduction, addressing the Key Selection Criteria from the Position Description
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • Three current professional referees
  • Certified copies of qualifications/certificates and any additional supporting documentation

Successful applicants will require a police record check and a Working with Children Check.

In accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2001 and the Information Privacy Principles, all recruitment and selection information documentation remain the property of Northeast Health Wangaratta and cannot be accessed by applicants.  By applying for a position at Northeast Health Wangaratta, you approve of Northeast Health Wangaratta to make contact with any person in relation to previous employment, career or educational history for the purposes of ascertaining suitability for the position.


For queries on any of the below positions, please contact the contact person on the job listing.  All general careers queries can be directed to the Recruitment Coordinator on 03 5722 5737 or careers@nhw.org.au

Current Vacancies

A chance to make a meaningful difference to the way Northeast Health Wangaratta delivers care is available to local community members.

NHW is currently seeking consumer representatives to sit on the Consumer Advisory Committee, a sub-committee of the NHW Board.

The committee advises NHW on how our health service can improve from the point of view of the local community.

We are looking for people who have strong community networks and can bring a fresh perspective.

Functions of the committee include document development, input into current projects, consultation for future service delivery development and acting as a conduit for opinions and experiences coming from the community.

This is a voluntary position reporting to the Manager Consumer Experience.

If you have any questions please contact Acting Director Performance Improvement Clare Jennings on 0409 199 591.

Applications close Thursday, 23 September 2021

PD - Consumer Advisory Committee

Title: Critical Care Senior Resident 
Position Type:  Full Time, Fixed Term (12 months)
EBA:  Victorian Public Health Sector – Doctors In Training Enterprise Agreement 2018-2021, Hospital Medical Officer Year 3+ HM13 ($90,000 base salary)
Reference: #2561
Contact: Joelene Mitchell
Phone: 03 5722 5066

Overview:
The Critical Care Resident provides direct clinical services in NHW’s Critical Care Services.  The primary role is to improve care of patients in Emergency Department (ED), Intensive Care (ICU), Anaesthetics and Perioperative Care.

The Critical Care Resident will provide clinical management and consultation service to all Critical Care patients either under direct supervision or supported over the telephone by respective Consultants. The CC Resident will engage in quality assurance activities within the Departments allocated.

This became a new position in 2021 and the position provides a foundation towards advancing into specialty training programs offered by the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM), College of Intensive Care Medicine of Australia and New Zealand (CICM), Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA), the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and/or the Royal Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). 

For more information about the position, please refer to the Position Description attached or contact the Manager listed below.

Salary and conditions will be in accordance with the relevant EBA or Award and determined based on your experience and qualifications.

NHW is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, Ethical Practice, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and Social inclusion.  Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged. All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working with Children Check. Successful applicants may also be required to provide evidence of their immunisation status.

How to apply: 

  • Only applications emailed to careers@nhw.org.au will be accepted
  • In subject line write: 2022 Critical Care Resident 

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.

Essential criteria to be eligible to apply:

  • M.B.B.S. or equivalent
  • Valid General Registration as a Medical Practitioner with AHPRA
  • At least three years (PGY3) of clinical experience in Australian Health Service setting
  • Demonstrated interest in pursuing specialty training in Intensive Care, Emergency Care, Anaesthetic Care or General Practice
  • Advanced life support and emergency resuscitation skills with commensurate procedural skills.
  • Mandatory employment requirements (eg. current Working with Children Check, National Police Check, Australian Citizen or holder of Valid Working Visa)
  • Demonstrated commitment to rural / regional practice

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 teams.

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

Applying for the role:

  • Enquiries can be made with Joelene Mitchell (03) 5722 5066
  • A position description can be downloaded from the NHW website careers page
  • Completed applications, addressing the criteria above, should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au
  • Application for Employment form must be submitted with your application: Employment-Form
  • Applications close Sunday, 26 September 2021

Position Description:
PD - Critical Care SRMO

Title: Emergency Physician / Emergency Senior Medical Officer In Charge
Position Type: Full Time
Reference: #2666
Contact: Dr Sustanty Tay
Phone: 03 5722 5320

Overview:
Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is a busy regional health service of 208 beds and is the major referral facility for the greater part of Northeast Victoria.  NHW provides a wide range of acute specialist medical and surgical services – it has an Emergency Department, Critical Care Unit (ICU/HDU), Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics and specialised Aged Care departments, Medical Oncology services, Community Rehabilitation, and inpatient, community, aged and psycho-geriatric Mental Health services. There is also a broad range of community health services and NHW auspices a number of other regional services in post-acute care, palliative care and infection control.

NHW are seeking an Emergency Physician / Emergency Senior Medical Officer In Charge (EP / ESMO) to be responsible for ensuring the day-to-day clinical operation of the Emergency Department delivers effective and safe high-quality patient care. The role includes direct clinical care as part of the senior staffing roster.

The position works closely with the Clinical Director of Emergency Services (CDES), Operational Directors, and other senior clinical staff to ensure the Emergency Department achieves key organisational performance measures, develops and maintains effective working relationships within the Hospital, the region, with other service providers, key stakeholders, consumer organisation and the community.

The EP / ESMO assists with change management within the Emergency Department to achieve ongoing improvement and delivery of safe, consistent, responsive and high quality services.

The organisational structure encompasses a CDES, EP / ESMO, Junior Medical staff and Interns.  Clinical privileges will be exercised within the scope of practice granted by NHW Medical Appointments and Scope of Practice Committee.

The University of Melbourne’s Rural Clinical School has a node located in Wangaratta with medical students completing their clinical studies at NHW.  Specialist Trainees are rotated to NHW from a number of Melbourne Tertiary Hospitals.

NHW has an active research unit and there is opportunity to be involved in local and larger, multi-centre research trials.

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 Susanty Tay on 03 5722 5320 
  • 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
  • Application for Employment form must be submitted with your application: Employment-Form
  • Applications close Thursday, 30 September 2021

Position Description:
PD - Staff Specialist ED

Title: Nurse Unit Manager - Subacute Rehabilitation Unit
Position Type: Full Time
Reference: #2667
Contact: Anna Dewan
Phone: 03 5722 5079

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 exciting opportunity for a passionate and innovative leader or an aspiring leader looking to expand their leadership, change management, coaching, team building and human and financial management capabilities. 

The position of Nurse Unit Manager of Subacute Rehabilitation Services is a full time ongoing position.

You will have direct responsibility for leading medical, nursing and allied health teams to ensure the provision of high quality and safe inpatient care, working collaboratively with our Rehabilitation Physician and Geriatrician group.

You will form an integral part of the Nurse Unit Manager and Clinical Operations team and have the support of operational directors, Anna Dewan and Courtney Ward Jackson and Executive Director of Clinical Services, Chris Gartside.

Applying for the role:

  • Enquiries can be made with Anna Dewan on 03 5722 5079
  • 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
  • Application for Employment form must be submitted with your application: Employment-Form
  • Applications close Sunday, 3 October 2021

Position Description:
PD - NUM TH

The Company
Kestrel Recruitment is a local Recruitment and Group Training Organisation specialising in placing candidates with our clients across North East Victoria and Southern NSW.

Kestrel in conjunction with Northeast Health (NHW) are excited to be offering the following TWO positions for those who will be commencing a Gap year in 2022.

Gap Year Business Administration Traineeships in the NHW Medical Imaging (XRAY) Administration Unit
(two positions)

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

They are now seeking to employ TWO dynamic candidate to join their team as a part time business administration trainee, over the course of 12 months, in their Gap Year Program.

Please note: We are seeking applicants who are graduating Year 12 in 2021 and will be commencing University studies in a health related course in 2023. This is a part time role where you will be working 40 hours per fortnight.

The Position
NHW is supporting local young people interested in a health related tertiary course of study by providing a gap year administrative traineeship role with the Medical Imaging (XR) Unit. As such, this role will entail delivering a high standard of reception and administrative duties for the Medical Imaging (XR) Unit at Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) whilst completing a Certificate III in Business.

This role will see the successful applicant engaging in the following duties

• Providing a high level administrative skills to support patient needs
• Professional phone manner
• Accuracy processing patient’s paperwork.
• Patience and understanding for all patients entering NHW Hospital
• Strong communications with technicians/radiologists/GP’s and surrounding hospitals
• Correct MBS billing (Medicare, Health Insurance Funds, Transport Accident Commission, Workcover, and Overseas billing guidelines.
• You may be required to work above your hours and this could include weekends

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

How do I apply?
To apply please submit your most up to date resume and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria described above. To submit your application please go to https://kestrel.jobreadygateway.com.au/vacancies

Enquiries can be made with Diane McIntosh via students@nhw.org.au and applications will close 5pm, Monday 11th October 2021.

What do I need to do to be successful?
To be successful for this role you must demonstrate a commitment to delivering a positive customer experience, proficiency in Microsoft Office and excellent communication skills. You must also possess excellent communication skills and the ability to prioritize workloads in a fast paced environment. Experience in the provision of reception, customer service and clerical duties or completion of a Certificate II in Business is desirable but not essential.

You must also be prepared to complete and attain:
• National Police Check
• Working with Children Check

Please be aware, to be successful for this role, you must also provide evidence of deferment from undergraduate tertiary course of study in a health related field with registered Education provider prior to commencement.

What is a Traineeship?
A Traineeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Business. Traineeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 1-2 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment.
A Traineeship is a great opportunity to undertake a formal qualification ‘earning while you learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your traineeship including working for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.

What are the benefits of completing a Traineeship?
As a Trainee, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 1-2 years.

Who is Kestrel?
Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.
When successful for a Traineeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into the RTO and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!

What will I be paid?
Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates.
You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.

Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.
**Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer**
Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

The Company:
Kestrel Recruitment is a local Recruitment and Group Training Organisation specialising in placing candidates with our clients across North East Victoria and Southern NSW. 

Kestrel in conjunction with Northeast Health (NHW) are excited to be offering the following position for those who will be commencing a Gap year in 2022.

Gap Year Business Administration Traineeship at the NHW Education & Research Unit

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

They are now seeking to employ a dynamic candidate to join their team as a part time business administration trainee, over the course of 12 months, in their Gap Year Program. 

Please note: We are seeking applicants who are graduating Year 12 in 2021 and will be commencing University studies in a health related course in 2023. This is a part time role where you will be working 72 hours per fortnight.

The Position:
NHW is supporting local young people interested in a health related tertiary course of study by providing a gap year administrative traineeship role with the Education and Research unit.  As such, this role will entail delivering a high standard of reception and administrative duties for the Education & Research Unit at Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) whilst completing a Certificate III in Business.

This role will see the successful applicant engaging in the:

  • Provision of reception and administrative support within the education and research team, including but not limited to provision of high quality customer service, reception inquiries, and answering incoming work requests in a calm and courteous manner.
  • Participating in event planning, promotion, organisation, support and review.
  • Participating in the delivery of an efficient and coordinated education calendar.
  • Gathering, checking and entering service data as directed.
  • Distributing data reports as relevant and directed.
  • Completing basic accounting functions such raising invoices and record keeping.
  • Monitoring, maintaining and ordering office and service supplies.

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

How do I apply?
To apply please submit your most up to date resume and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria described above. To submit your application please go to https://kestrel.jobreadygateway.com.au/vacancies

Enquiries can be made with Diane McIntosh via students@nhw.org.au and applications will close 5pm, Monday 11 October 2021.

What do I need to do to be successful?
To be successful for this role you must demonstrate a commitment to delivering a positive customer experience, proficiency in Microsoft Office and excellent communication skills. You must also possess excellent communication skills and the ability to prioritize workloads in a fast paced environment. Experience in the provision of reception, customer service and clerical duties or completion of a Certificate II in Business is desirable but not essential. 

You must also be prepared to complete and attain:

  • National Police Check 
  • Working with Children Check

Please be aware, to be successful for this role, you must also provide evidence of deferment from undergraduate tertiary course of study in a health related field with registered Education provider prior to commencement.    

What is a Traineeship?
A Traineeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Business. Traineeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 1-2 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment.

A Traineeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity to undertake a formal qualification ‘earning while you learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your traineeship including working  for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.

What are the benefits of completing a Traineeship?
As a Trainee, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 1-2 years.

Who is Kestrel?
Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria. 

When successful for a Traineeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into the RTO and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!

What will I be paid?
Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates.

You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.

Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.
**Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer**
Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Title: Graduate Diploma - Midwifery
Employment Based Model in partnership with LaTrobe University 
Position Type:  Part Time, Fixed Term (February 2022-February 2023)
Hours:  64 hours per fortnight (48 hours + 16 hours placement)
Reference: #2704
Contact: Jacqui Verdon on (03) 5722 5411 or Clare Kendall on (03) 5722 0133

If you are a registered nurse and would like to specialise in midwifery?
A Graduate Diploma in Midwifery may be for you!

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 works in partnership with your nominated University to provide midwifery clinical placements for its Graduate Diploma in Midwifery program each year. Further information in regard to Graduate Diploma in Midwifery studies can be found at the La Trobe University website https://www.latrobe.edu.au/courses/graduate-diploma-in-midwifery. More information regarding a career in midwifery go to the Australian College of Midwives website for the most frequently asked questions.

University study blocks/days are unpaid and your clinical experience is made up of 0.6 EFT paid time and 0.2 EFT unpaid placement. You will be clinically supported by our team of expert midwives and educators. The emphasis is on evidenced based woman-centred care within an Interprofessional team. As the course meets the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council Accreditation standards when you successfully complete the course you will be a Registered Midwife able to work in small district hospitals through to tertiary referral centres.

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 Jacqui Verdon on (03) 5722 5411 or Clare Kendall on (03) 5722 0133
  • Information on scholarships for Indigenous applicants can be found on this website https://indigenousmidwives.org.au/scholarships-awards/
  • A PD for this role can be downloaded below
  • Completed applications including resume, contact details of 3 referees & certified academic transcript should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au
  • Application for Employment form must be submitted with your application: Employment-Form
  • Applications close Sunday, 26 September 2021

Position Description:
PD - Post Graduate Student Nurse

Title: Graduate Certificate in Critical Care Nursing
In partnership with University of Melbourne
Position Type:  Part Time, Fixed Term (12 month contract)
Hours:  48/64 hours per fortnight
Reference: #2705
Contact: Tim Davis
Phone:
(03) 57225746 or tim.davis@nhw.org.au

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.

If you wish to reside in the country and would like to specialise in critical care nursing, then the Graduate Certificate in Critical Care Nursing (Integrated Critical Care) is for you! This course provides Registered Nurses with a comprehensive combination of theory and clinical practice. Students study while earning a salary. Successful applicants will rotate equally between the Critical Care Unit and the Emergency Department at Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW). Students will be required to complete online theory and attend study days to integrate theory into practice.

A course in Integrated Critical Care will prepare you to conceptualise aspects in all areas of assessment, management and evaluation of clients ranging in age from infancy through to the elderly, with a multitude of clinical presentations. The emphasis is on multidisciplinary, holistic, patient centred care that is evidence-based. The course prepares you to work in environments that may range from small district hospitals through to base and tertiary referral centres.
You will become an integral asset to any critical care team, so why not join us in Wangaratta and become a dynamic Critical Care Nurse?

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

Course Information:
As the Integrated Critical Care course is a new course for 2022 the course handbook is not yet available.

Please contact nbridge@unimelb.edu.au or Rebecca.jarden@unimelb.edu.au if you are after more information about the course content or structure.

  • Applied Pathophysiology (fully on-line delivery) 03/01/2022 – 27/02/2022
  • NHW Rural Critical Care orientation commences March 2022

Applying for the role:

  • Enquiries can be made with Tim Davis on (03) 57225746 or tim.davis@nhw.org.au
  • Information on scholarships for Indigenous applicants can be found on this website https://indigenousmidwives.org.au/scholarships-awards/
  • University of Melbourne application required, only if successful with NHW application (UoM will contact nominated students via email & provide hyperlink information to progress on-line application)
  • A PD for this role is available below
  • Completed applications, including resume, contact details of 2 referees & certified academic transcript(s) should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au
  • Application for Employment form must be submitted with your application: Employment-Form
  • Applications close Sunday, 26 September 2021

Position Description:
PD - Post Graduate Student Nurse

Title: Health Care Worker - Medical Ward
Position Type:  Part Time
Hours:  56 hours per fortnight
Reference: #2707
Contact: Natalie Speziale
Phone: 03 5722 5496

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 a Health Care Worker (previously known as Personal Care Worker) to join our dynamic Medical Ward. We are looking for someone to base their care on Evidenced Based Practice, to work towards the best outcome for our patients. The position will be based in the Increased Observation area of the Medical Ward.

Applicants must have a current Certificate III in Individual Support (or equivalent), excellent interpersonal skills and a demonstrated ability to relate to clients, carers and other health care providers. Demonstrated experience and interest in dementia behaviour and memory support is highly desirable.

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 Natalie Speziale on 5722 5496
  • 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
  • Application for Employment form must be submitted with your application: Employment-Form
  • Applications close Wednesday, 22 September 2021

Position Description:
PD - Health Care Worker

Title: Clinical Resource Officer
Position Type: Full Time, Fixed Term (4 October 2021 to 4 April 2022)
Reference: #2711
Contact: Joelene Mitchell
Phone: 03 5722 5066

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 are seeking a person with strong organisational and computer skills, excellent interpersonal skills and who as the ability to work independently in a busy environment to fill Clinical Resource Officer position for a period of 6 months, as a leave backfill position. 

The successful applicant will have an excellent understanding of medical rostering systems and practices and will have the skills to oversee all elements of medical workforce staffing. 

This position will require the ability to establish networks with relevant training institutions, partner hospitals and locum agencies to ensure that a positive relationship is maintained between stakeholders.

An understanding of medical terminology and privacy principles is essential.

The position offers excellent exposure in a supportive environment to people wishing to improve their knowledge of the healthcare system, develop experience in medical workforce management, new administrative and recruitment skills, as well as learn new communication styles with a variety of stakeholders.

The position will be supported by the Executive Director of Medical Services and Manager Medical Workforce.

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 Joelene Mitchell on 03 5722 5066
  • 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
  • Application for Employment form must be submitted with your application: Employment-Form
  • Applications close Sunday, 26 September 2021

Position Description:
PD - Clinical Resource Officer

Expression of Interest

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: Alison Gargan (03) 5722 5413
Occupational Therapy: Kane Fitzpatrick (03) 5722 5508
Speech Pathology & Allied Health Assistants: Sarah Coles (03) 5722 5566
Social Work: Sandi Darlow (03) 5722 5113
Dietetics, Diabetes Education & Continence Nursing: Bree Broomfield / Nicole Jones (03) 5722 5179
Complex Care Service: Ruth Mulligan (03) 5722 5053

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 applications from Critical Care trained Registered Nurses to join our team.  We are looking for motivated and skilled Registered Nurses seeking to continue their career in a supportive and dynamic environment.  

This position will be part of an enthusiastic team providing innovative quality care to critically ill patients. To fulfil this role, the successful applicant must possess a current registration, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, a desire to be involved in ongoing skills development and a commitment to achieving the hospital and ward’s strategic plan.

A postgraduate qualification in Critical Care is essential to apply for this position.

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 Juliana Sheridan on (03) 5722 5064
  • 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

Position Description:
CCU RN Position Description

Title: Registrar General Practice - Emergency Medicine
Position Type: Full Time, Fixed Term Position (12 month contract commencing February 2022)
Hours: 86 hours per fortnight
EBA: Victorian Public Health Sector – Doctors In Training Enterprise Agreement 2018-2021, Registrar Year 1 – Year 6+, HM25 – 30, (Base salary $119,542 – $164,538)
Reference: #2636
Contact: Joelene Mitchell
Phone: 03 5722 5066

Overview:
An opportunity exists for a twelve-month appointment for Unaccredited Registrar – Emergency Medicine. The role of the ED 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 AST accredited and suitable for trainees who are interested in pursuing a career in General Practice and/or who are interested Rural Generalist training pathway through the Victorian Rural Generalist Pathway. Past M2M Interns are encouraged to apply.

Essential criteria to be eligible to apply:

  • 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

Desirable:

  • Be Registered in or intending to enrol in a General Practice Education and Training Program (FACRRM or FRACGP and FARGP)

How to apply:
Only applications emailed to careers@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
  3. In subject line write: 2022 Registrar Emergency Medicine
  4. Applications will be assessed upon receipt. Northeast Health Wangaratta encourages timely applications for this position

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 Teams.

Applying for the role:

  • Enquiries can be made with Joelene Mitchell, Manger Medical Workforce on 03 5722 5066
  • A PD for this role can be downloaded below
  • Completed applications, consisting of an up to date CV, cover letter and a document addressing the selection criteria from the PD, should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au
  • Application for Employment form must be submitted with your application: Employment-Form

Position Description:
PD - Emergency Registrar

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

Title: Food Services
Position Type: Full Time and Part Time Fixed Term Position + Casual Positions Available
Reference: #2563
Contact: Jamie Lawrence
Phone: 03 5722 5224

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 are seeking expressions of interest for food service assistants, kitchen cleaners and  cooks, who are keen to explore part time (fixed term) or casual opportunities for work at NHW.

We are looking for dynamic, team orientated, innovative people who are committed to customer service.  If this sounds like you, then we would love to hear from you!

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 Jamie Lawrence on 5722 5224
  • A PD for this role can be downloaded below
  • Application for Employment form must be submitted with your application: Employment-Form
  • Completed applications, addressing the selection criteria from the PD, should be emailed to careers@nhw.org.au

Position Descriptions:
PD - Cook
PD - Food Domestic Services Assistant
PD - Kitchen Cleaner