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

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

Final Year Physiotherapy Student Mentoring and Employment Opportunity at Goulburn Valley Health

An exciting and innovative opportunity exists for a motivated individual to participate in a funded pilot project at GV Health in Shepparton. This opportunity is open to all students completing their final year of physiotherapy professional entry level course who have a home address in the GV Health catchment area OR completed a placement at GV Health in 2016.

The successful student will undertake four weeks supervised paid employment as an Allied Health Assistant, and work with a senior physiotherapy staff member for at least ten hours of mentoring during 2017. This is a fantastic opportunity to further develop professional skills, improve your understanding of public health systems and have paid employment during university breaks. The successful applicant will also have opportunities to work collaboratively with experienced allied health professionals across a range of allied health disciplines.

The successful applicant will have sound interpersonal and verbal communication skills, be able to work independently as well as collaboratively, and be able to take direction and feedback from health professionals. The successful applicant will be expected to participate in evaluation of this project.

Please call or email Kathie Lowe, Allied Health (Therapy) Education and Research Coordinator, to discuss your interest in this role. Katherine.lowe@gvhealth.org.au or 0418451733.

Applications close on 3rd March.

Please note that the job advertisement has a set number of hours/week listed but it is not expected that students will attend each week, please contact Kathie to discuss.

A great opportunity to gain additional skills to support your study and professional development.

For full details go to: https://erecruit1.mercury.com.au/Goulbur…/ViewPosition.aspx…

2nd Year Physiotherapy Student Mentoring & Employment Opportunity at Goulburn Valley Health

An exciting and innovative opportunity exists for a motivated individual to participate in a funded pilot project at GV Health in Shepparton. This opportunity is open to all students completing second year of physiotherapy professional entry level course.

The successful student applicant will undertake four weeks supervised paid employment as an Allied Health Assistant, and work with a senior physiotherapy staff member for at least six hours of mentoring during 2017. This is a fantastic opportunity to further develop professional skills, improve your understanding of public health systems and have paid employment during university breaks. The successful applicant will also have opportunities to work collaboratively with experienced allied health professionals across a range of allied health disciplines.

The successful applicant will have sound interpersonal and verbal communication skills, be able to work independently as well as collaboratively, and be able to take direction and feedback from health professionals. The successful applicant will be expected to participate in evaluation of this project.

Please call or email Kathie Lowe, Allied Health (Therapy) Education and Research Coordinator, to discuss your interest in this role. Katherine.lowe@gvhealth.org.au or 0418451733.

Applications close on 3rd March.

Please note that the job advertisement has a set number of hours/week listed but it is not expected that students will attend each week, please contact Kathie to discuss.

A great opportunity to gain additional skills to support your study and professional development.

For full details, go to:
https://erecruit1.mercury.com.au/Goulbur…/ViewPosition.aspx…