Gippsland PHN is a not for profit charity working at a regional level to achieve improved whole of system health care. Gippsland PHN is one of 31 Primary Health Networks across Australia. Since 2015, Gippsland PHN has been committed to a “Measurably Healthier Gippsland”.
To achieve this we need passionate professionals - astute, agile, dynamic and outcomes focused with a strong ability to work as part of a team.
Latest Job Vacancies
Fixed Term Contract till 30 June 2025 (subject to funding)
Aged Care Program Officer
Bairnsdale and Traralgon
We currently have a full time (1.0FTE) career opportunity available as an Aged Care Program Officer reporting to the Coordinator Aged Care. The Aged Care Officer will work within a multidisciplinary team providing support, monitoring and delivery of programs. The Aged Care Officer will be expected to take on an Aged Care specialist role in relation to a number of core activities and will act as a specialist resource support person to internal and external stakeholders.
Fixed Term Contract till 30 June 2026 (subject to funding)
Project Coordinator Supporting Recovery
Bairnsdale and Traralgon
We currently have a full time (1.0FTE) career opportunity available as a Project Coordinator Supporting Recovery reporting to the Manager System Reform. The Project Coordinator Supporting Recovery will lead the Supporting Recovery program. This program will provide trauma-informed recovery care for people who have experienced family, domestic, and sexual violence and supports the National Plan to End Violence against Women and Children 2022-2032. The program focuses on the recovery aspects of care and embeds mental health capabilities within existing local services.
Gippsland PHN is committed to providing inclusive services and work environments where people of all backgrounds, sexualities, genders, cultures, spiritual beliefs, age, bodies and abilities are valued, supported and celebrated.
Gippsland PHN acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional owners of country throughout Gippsland, and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.
We also recognise, respect and affirm the central role played in our work by people with lived experience, their families and/or carers.
Gippsland PHN acknowledges Alfie Hudson for the healing circles artwork. Alfie is a Gunai Kurnai man and created this artwork which represents health professionals being committed to work in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members for the best health outcomes.