Career Opportunities

Living and working in the region, we know just how dynamic, progressive and supportive the local health and education organisations are.

We are proud to be able to support these organisations recruiting even more incredible staff who are passionate about rural health care.  Therefore we have decided to promote career opportunities our website as well.

If you would like any advertised positions also included on our list below, please let us know at going-ruralhealth@unimelb.edu.au, so that we can help spread the word and include it here.

Positions Vacant

Casual Supervision of Students: Opportunities for Allied Health Staff

Expressions of interest are sought from Allied Health Professionals who would like to register their availability to supervise students on placements in the Hume, Greater Shepparton and Grampians regions.

Competitive hourly rates paid to suitably qualified candidates.

For more information please contact Keryn Bolte, Student Placement Manager, University of Melbourne on keryn.bolte@unimelb.edu.au

TUTOR-PHC

 

https://www.uwo.ca/fammed/csfm/tutor-phc/aboutus/curriculum.html

TUTOR-PHC is a one-year, pan-Canadian, interdisciplinary research capacity building program that has been training primary and integrated health care researchers and decision-makers from family medicine, nursing, psychology, epidemiology, social work, education, policy and many other disciplines since 2003. This popular training program has now opened up admission to international applicants, including New Zealand, the UK, continental Europe and starting 2017, Australia.

The innovative curriculum of this one-year certificate program in primary health care research skills and interdisciplinary theory & processes includes:

  • An on-site Symposium in the Spring of 2018
  • Two 3-week online research skill development workshops
  • Two 7-8-week online interdisciplinary discussion groups
  • Autumn: present your own research project and receive interdisciplinary feedback
  • Winter: work with an interdisciplinary team to create a research proposal

Why apply?

  • High quality primary health care research training
  • Earn university credit & CME credits
  • Valuable feedback on your own primary health care research
  • Mentorship from experienced interdisciplinary primary health care researchers
  • An interdisciplinary, international team experience

Application Process

Applicants must provide the following documentation (items I-IV can be as a consolidated file with appropriate headings):

I.        Explain your interest in Primary Health Care and Interdisciplinary Research (maximum ½ page).

II.      Explain how the opportunity to participate in TUTOR-PHC will foster your career goals and how the program will benefit the IMPACT study. Include your current position and where you see yourself in 5-10 years (maximum 1 page).

III. Write a half-page description of your current area of research interest and include a working title of your proposed TUTOR-PHC project. It is expected that this research will likely be the topic of the student’s thesis/dissertation for students currently in a graduate program (maximum ½ page).
IV. Describe how your area of research fits within the domain of Primary Health Care (maximum ½ page).
V. Supervisor reference letter (sent separately by your supervisor to the contact listed below)
VI. Current CV

Please direct any queries on the application process to Phil Thompson (03 9905 6824) or by email.Recruitment flyer 2018-2019

Please send your application to the IMPACT National Project Manager, phil.thompson@monash.edu no later than Friday, 1 December.

Recruitment flyer 2018-2019

Hume Health Careers Facebook Page

https://www.facebook.com/HumeHealthCareers/

This page is a collaboration between Health Services located within the Hume Region and is managed the Northeast Health Wangaratta Recruitment Coordinator.

Hume Health Careers

Student Mentoring and Employment Opportunities