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You can be more than part of your community - be someone making a difference for people in your community.

Grampians Community Health offers a diverse range of employment opportunities and is seeking qualified and experienced professionals looking for a rewarding career, who are passionate about their work and committed to improving the lives of members of the community

Grampians Community Health has generous salary packaging in addition to salary and access to ATO Remote Housing Allowance (for eligible place of residence).

Salary packaging is an Australian Taxation Office approved means of restructuring your salary to reduce your taxation.

See how you can benefit from salary packaging at Grampians Community Health here with the online calculator and view the presentation SalaryPackagingPLUS Webinar.

Note: this is an arrangement between the Employee and the GCH Salary packaging provider. The employee will meet any costs or liabilities associated with these requirements during the period of their employment.

Grampians Community Health employees are required to have:

  • Current National Police Check (no more than 3 months old from date of issue)
  • Employee Working with Children Check
  • NDIS Worker Screening Check (where applicable)

And provide proof of qualifications before commencement

You can be more than part of your community - be someone making a difference for people in your community.

Grampians Community Health offers a diverse range of employment opportunities and is seeking qualified and experienced professionals looking for a rewarding career, who are passionate about their work and committed to improving the lives of members of the community

Grampians Community Health has generous salary packaging in addition to salary and access to ATO Remote Housing Allowance (for eligible place of residence).

Salary packaging is an Australian Taxation Office approved means of restructuring your salary to reduce your taxation.

See how you can benefit from salary packaging at Grampians Community Health here with the online calculator and view the presentation SalaryPackagingPLUS Webinar.

Note: this is an arrangement between the Employee and the GCH Salary packaging provider. The employee will meet any costs or liabilities associated with these requirements during the period of their employment.

Grampians Community Health employees are required to have:

  • Current National Police Check (no more than 3 months old from date of issue)
  • Employee Working with Children Check
  • NDIS Worker Screening Check (where applicable)

And provide proof of qualifications before commencement

How to apply

Note: applications that do not complete the key selection criteria form will not be considered for interview

To be considered for an interview all applications must include:

  • Fully completed key selection criteria form
  • Current resume

Completed applications for vacancies must be forwarded by 12pm of the closing date to: employment@gch.org.au

 

How to apply

Note: applications that do not complete the key selection criteria form will not be considered for interview

To be considered for an interview all applications must include:

  • Fully completed key selection criteria form
  • Current resume

Completed applications for vacancies must be forwarded by 12pm of the closing date to: employment@gch.org.au

 

Current Vacancies

Family Violence Counsellor - Closing 24 June 2024

The Family Violence Counsellor will provide timely and appropriate therapeutic interventions and support services to improve the safety, emotional health and wellbeing of adult victim survivors of family violence, and children as victim survivors in their own right.

The Family Violence Counsellor will work from a trauma informed, feminist lens, and work towards enhancing an individual or family’s safety, confidence, self-esteem and recovery from family violence.

The target group is highly isolated adults, children and young people, who are victim survivors of family violence, and require additional support to therapeutically recover from their experience of family violence.

The Family Violence Counsellor will provide outreach counselling services to isolated towns within the Wimmera region. Flexibility will be built in to enable outreach to cluster sites of small rural localities as needed.

Family-Violence-Counsellor-Position-Description-24-June-24.pdf[PDF143.76 KB] Family-Violence-Counsellor-Key-Selection-Criteria-24-June-24.docx
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Homelessness Case Manager - Closing 24 June 2024

The Homelessness Case Manager aims to achieve long-term housing, employment, education, health, and wellbeing outcomes for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

The position will provide direct support to meet the goals and outcomes identified in a person’s case plan which may include basic counselling, crisis resolution, personal care, life skills training, information, and advocacy and/or assistance with accessing appropriate long-term housing, training, and employment opportunities.

Homelessness support can be provided irrespective of a person’s existing living arrangement such as in rooming houses, transitional housing, squats, and informal arrangements.

This position will be required to service other GCH sites as required.

Homelessness-Case-Manager-Position-Description-24-June-24.pdf[PDF146.74 KB] Homelessness-Case-Manager-Key-Selection-Criteria-24-June-24.docx
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Diabetes Connect Case Manager - Closing 24 June 2024

The Diabetes Connect Case Manager is an essential link to provide guidance to support local integrated pathways for people living with Type 2 diabetes as part of the Diabetes Connect pilot. People with type 2 diabetes are at high risk of poor health outcomes and this can be exacerbated by existing barriers, that are potentially avoided.
The Diabetes Connect Case Manager will target people who are newly diagnosed or require additional support to manage their type 2 diabetes, and who are at risk of avoidable hospitalisation due to clinical and/or social risk factors. This will include targeting those with the greatest risk of poor health outcomes and greatest economic and social need, and who may face barriers to accessing care through other services/settings.
The Diabetes Case Manager is one of the key points of contact for Diabetes Connect Clients and aims to improve the health, wellbeing, and quality of life for people with type 2 diabetes through the provision of coordinated, integrated and effective person-centred care. This role will focus on the non-clinical aspects of care including health coaching, linking to social activity and improving access to virtual check-ins.

Diabetes-Connect-Case-Manager-Position-Description-24-June-24.pdf[PDF90.84 KB] Diabetes-Connect-Case-Manager-Key-Selection-Criteria-24-June-24.docx
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Program Leader Healthy Communities - Closing 1 July 2024

The Program Leader Healthy Communities is responsible for providing effective operational management and leadership to staff as they provide a broad range of primary health care, health promotion, and community support services to the people and communities Grampians Community Health serves. This position will entail travelling between GCH sites.

Programs within Healthy Communities currently include Health Promotion, Community Health Nursing, (including general, women’s health, movement disorder, diabetes and chronic conditions) Freeza, School Focused Youth Service, Healthy Mothers- Health Babies and Diabetes Case Management.

As a key member of the leadership team, the Program Leader Healthy Communities is part of a cohort committed to developing a company culture focussed on excellence in service standards, continuous improvement and quality assurance.

The position will contribute to achieving the vision, goals and values articulated in the organisation’s strategic plan.

Program-Leader-Healthy-Communities-Position-Description-1-July-24.pdf[PDF149.87 KB] Program-Leader-Healthy-Communities-Key-Selection-Criteria-1-July-24.docx
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Orange Door Practitioner (Perpetrator Focussed) - Closing 8 July 2024

The Orange Door brings together different workforces and practices to create an integrated team and a consolidated intake point to create a new way of support for:
• Women, children, young people, and families experiencing family violence.
• Perpetrators of family violence.
• Families in need of support with the care, development and well-being of infants, children and young people.

The Orange Door is designed to make it easier for vulnerable families and children, victim survivors of family violence and perpetrators of family violence to access services when and where they need them. The Orange Door will be a visible and trusted point in the community offering safe, simple and early access to services and connect people to the support they need.

The Orange Door Practitioner will provide screening, identification, triage, assessment and planning functions for clients of The Orange Door as part of an integrated team, with a focus on working with perpetrators of violence to promote accountability, and the safety of adult and child victim survivors.

Orange-Door-Practitioner-Perpetrator-Focussed-PositionDescription-8July24.pdf[PDF147.29 KB] Orange-Door-Practitioner-Perpetrator-Key-Selection-Criteria-8July24.docx
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Step Thru Mental Health Practitioner - Closing 8 July 2024

Step Thru Care is funded by the Commonwealth Government through the Western Victoria Primary Health Network (WVPHN) in partnership with Uniting Vic Tas. The program is designed to support clients with alcohol and other drugs (AOD) and mental health needs presenting both as a co-morbidity and independently. Clients are supported to move through stepped care interventions as determined by their current need with the option of remaining with the same practitioner as they move through steps.

This position is part of a multidisciplinary and collaborative care workforce providing structured psychological therapies to clients with complex AOD and mental health issues to improve their health outcomes. The service is provided at GCH sites and in the communities where clients live.

The Mental Health Practitioner provides person centred assessments and evidence based structured psychological therapies to enhance a person’s recover from chronic mental illness and co-morbidity of AOD. If appropriate, care coordination may be required in adjuncts to the therapeutic interventions and AOD supports for those requiring higher levels of care under a stepped care approach.

The service is provided via Telehealth and face-to-face at GCH sites and outreach into the communities of Grampians and Wimmera.

Step-Thru-Mental-Health-Practitioner-Position-Description-8-July-24.pdf[PDF149.49 KB] Step-Thru-Mental-Health-Practitioner-Key-Selection-Criteria-8-July-24.docx
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Community Support Worker - Ongoing - No key selection criteria required.

The Community Support Worker is responsible for delivering home care, personal care and respite services according to the client’s care plan. Assistance includes a range of practical, basic household tasks for older people, people with disabilities, their families and carers to promote independence and enhance the client’s quality of life.

Community-Support-Worker-Position-Description.pdf[PDF147.98 KB]

Domestic Support Worker - Ongoing - No key selection criteria required.

The Domestic Support Worker is responsible for delivering a range of practical, basic household tasks for older people, people with disabilities, their families and carers, and in some circumstances shopping assistance, to assist the client retain their independence and enhance their quality of life.

Domestic-Support-Worker-Position-Description.pdf[PDF146.82 KB]

Student Placements

For all placements enquiries download the GCH Student placement form application and email to placements@gch.org.au

We will contact you to explain the process and what is involved in being a student at Grampians Community Health.

 

Student Placements

For all placements enquiries download the GCH Student placement form application and email to placements@gch.org.au

We will contact you to explain the process and what is involved in being a student at Grampians Community Health.

 

Volunteers

If you become a volunteer with Grampians Community Health, you can look forward to helping our community by working with people in need of support.

We welcome people of all ages, and our times are flexible to suit your commitments.

Volunteers fulfil diverse roles:
  • Visiting people from diverse background who can’t get out easily, assist people by driving to non urgent medical appointments, hospitals for operations and other medical services.
  • Helping people to get to social inclusion activities and other transport requirements across regional Victoria and to metropolitan Melbourne.
  • Calling in on families with a member with a mental health issue and help them to engage in our communities.

They help us to provide a service for an ever increasing group of people who may be elderly, frail aged, people with a disability or those no longer able to drive themselves.

Volunteer Programs List