Employment Application Process

Gateway Health is an innovative and supportive Community Health Service with offices in Wodonga, Wangaratta and Myrtleford. The organisation delivers a broad range of primary health services.  Please read our Employment Application Process before applying for a position with Gateway Health.

Select here to download the Employment application disclosure form. This form must be completed and included with your job application.  If you have any difficulties accessing this form, please contact .

Gateway Health is committed to creating a workforce that reflects the communities we serve.

We believe that a workforce that recognises and celebrates diversity will best meet the health and well-being needs of all people we serve including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples; people with disability, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and gender diverse people, intersex people, people experiencing health inequalities, and culturally and linguistically diverse people.

Gateway Health is a Child Safe organisation and complies with the Child Safe Standards. Select here to read our commitment to the safety of children.

Gateway Health is implementing the healthy workplaces Achievement Program and has now completed two of the health areas included in this; Mental Health and Wellbeing and Smoking. This means our organisation has been recognised by the government for making improvements to our working environments to support staff health.

 

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Current Vacancies:

 

 

  • New Expression of Interest across Multiple Disciplines in Allied Health
  • Based in Wangaratta, may include some work based from Wodonga and/or Myrtleford

Occupational Therapist 

Speech Pathologist

Allied Health Assistant

Physiotherapist

Dietitian

Podiatrist

Gateway Health is seeking expressions of interest from Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Dietitians and Allied Health Assistants who are keen to explore part time or full time roles within our team.

The Rural Health Team is a dynamic team of Allied Health and nursing clinicians providing a service to eligible clients under the HACC PYP and CHSP programs. We also provide Allied Health services to NDIS participants and within other Fee For Service models.  Our service is a predominantly home based service.

At Gateway Health we are proud to offer our offer employees attractive salary packaging, collaborative work practices, modern workplaces, and flexible work arrangements.

For further information about this opportunity please contact Erin Anderberg or on email:

Please click here for the Position Description - Occupational Therapist

Please click here for the Position Description - Speech Pathologist

Please click here for the Position Description - Allied Health Assistant

Please click here for the Position Description - Physiotherapist

Please click here for the Position Description - Dietitian

Please click here for the Position Description - Podiatrist

  • Applications considered ongoing

    • Your attachments must include:
    • Resume
    • Cover Letter
    • Qualifications
    • Address to Selection Criteria
    • Proof of Current Victorian Employee Working with Children clearance
    • Employment Disclosure Application Form

  • Are you enthusiastic and keen to support people with disabilities and mental health issues?
  • Do people describe you as caring, patient and resilient?
  • Are you passionate to make a difference in peoples lives?

Then this could be the career for you!

To help meet the diverse needs of our clients and match them effectively with their support worker, applications will be accepted ongoing.

Select here to read more: Disability Support Workers - 079

  • Fixed Term Contract till June 2022
  • Part Time (0.7 EFT)
  • Based in Wodonga or Wangaratta

The Commonwealth Aged Care Assessment Program (ACAP) has the responsibility for approving frail aged people for Australian Government subsidised care.

The ACAP is an important and integral part of Australia’s aged care system. The objective of the ACAP is to assess the care needs of frail aged people and to facilitate access to available care services appropriate to their needs.

There are two levels of assessment:

1/ Regional Assessment Services (RAS) conduct Home Support Assessments to assess people for eligibility for entry level home help services through the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP).

2/ Aged Care Assessment Services (ACAS) conduct comprehensive assessments to assess people for eligibility to access higher level services, including Commonwealth-funded residential aged care, residential respite care, Transition Care Programme (TCP), Short Term Restorative Care Program, Home Care Packages, as well as the CHSP.

Both the Regional Assessment Service (RAS) for Indigo Shire and City of Wodonga, and the Aged Care Assessment Service (ACAS) are integrated in the ACRAS at GH. This RAS role requires client service provision in both Wodonga and Indigo regions.

Both assessment programs operate using the My Aged Care Assessor Portal.

The Commonwealth Aged Care Assessment Program which incorporates both ACAS and RAS programs is funded at GH to 30/6/2022 at which time the Commonwealth envisages a transition to a yet to be determined assessment model.

To Apply

For the full details of the position Select here to view the Position Description.  Contact person for enquiries is Helen Batey 03 5723 2000.

Applications close Sunday 25th April 2021

  • Your attachments must include:
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Qualifications
  • Address to Selection Criteria
  • Proof of Current Victorian Employee Working with Children clearance
  • Employment Disclosure Application Form

  • Wodonga Based
  • Full Time 

This role is responsible for providing confidential and  professional administrative support to the Employee Services Coordinator and People Working Well Coordinator, greater People Working Well team, and staff of Gateway Health.  This will include coordinating employee, volunteer and student information to a high standard , providing recruitment administration, assistance in onboarding, induction, assist with the collection of onboarding and offboarding data, preparing up to date reports on recruitment status, staff turnover  and ensuring high quality compliance with file audits and filing.

To Apply

For the full details of the position Select here to view the Position Description.  Contact person for enquiries is Nicole Roberts on 0439 175 746.

Applications close 5pm Sunday 2nd May 2021

  • Your attachments must include:
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Qualifications
  • Address to Selection Criteria
  • Proof of Current Victorian Employee Working with Children clearance
  • Employment Disclosure Application Form

 

  •  Wodonga Based
  • Part Time - 0.8 FTE

This role is responsible for providing support to the Learning and Development function, coordinating internal and external L&D activities. Working closely with the L&D Coordinator you will own and manage the Learnng Management Systems, which will include designing and setting up online training modules.  You will also work with key external partners to assist in developing and coordinating student placements.

This role is key in ensuring all training completion is tracked and all training sessions are scheduled and the Learning Management System is maintained and updated accordingly.

To Apply

For the full details of the position Select here to view the Position Description.  Contact person for enquiries is Tracy McCrohan on 0428 554 325.

Applications close 5pm Sunday 2nd May 2021

  • Your attachments must include:
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Qualifications
  • Address to Selection Criteria
  • Proof of Current Victorian Employee Working with Children clearance
  • Employment Disclosure Application Form

  • Wodonga Based
  • Fixed Term Part Time Contract 60.80 hours a fortnight

The Counselling and Support Team are currentkly seeking someone to provide intensive case management for clients of the Men’s Behaviour Change Program (MBC). The MBC is designed to enhance the safety of women and children by assisting perpetrators of family violence to change their behaviour. This role involves the range of case management processes including but not limited to intake, assessments, case planning, and maintaining engagement with clients while waiting to begin the MBC Group program. The MBC Case Manager will also participate in post-group follow-up work with clients.

To Apply

For the full details of the position Select here to view the Position Description.  Contact person for enquiries is Joseph Lumanog on 0418 821 850.

Applications close 5pm Sunday 2nd May 2021

  • Your attachments must include:
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Qualifications
  • Address to Selection Criteria
  • Proof of Current Victorian Employee Working with Children clearance
  • Employment Disclosure Application Form

  • Based in Albury Wodonga Wangaratta

headspace Albury Wodonga and headspace Wangaratta have an exciting opportunity offering a fulltime Community Awareness and Engagement worker position that will be located across both of our sites. This role requires the ability to work with your local community to increase mental health literacy, reduce stigma, encourage early help seeking and promote access to headspace services, while building strong relationships with young people, their families and friends, other local services and the broader community. You will be required to work with a strong and dynamic group of young people within the local community to ensure opportunities are available for young people to be active participants in aspects that directly affect young people’s lives.

This position will join a growing team that focuses on the best outcomes for young people and their family and friends. Your team members recognises that in order to provide the best quality care they must first look after themselves, team health and self-care is a priority for growing a healthy sustainable workforce.

To Apply

For the full details of the position Select here to view the Position Description.  Contact person for enquiries is Karina Kerr on 1300 332 022 or email

Applications close 5pm Sunday 9th May 2021

  • Your attachments must include:
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Qualifications
  • Address to Selection Criteria
  • Proof of Current NSW and Victorian Employee Working with Children clearance
  • Employment Disclosure Application Form

  • Fixed Term Contract till June 2022
  • Part Time (0.8 EFT) / 4 days per week
  • Based in Wodonga

The Commonwealth Aged Care Assessment Program (ACAP) has the responsibility for approving people for Australian Government subsidised care and is delegated under the Aged Care Act. The ACAP is an important and integral part of Australia’s aged care system. The objective of the ACAP is to comprehensively assess the care needs of frail older people and to facilitate access to available care services appropriate to their needs. In meeting this objective, ACASs determine eligibility for a range of Australian Government subsidised aged care services.

The ACAS at GH - provides comprehensive assessment, information, advice, and assistance to referred clients including carers. The Assessment Service covers the Northeast Hume Region incorporating the Alpine Shire, City of Benalla, Indigo Shire, Mansfield Shire, Towong Shire, Rural City of Wangaratta and City of Wodonga.

Both the ACAS and the Regional Assessment Service (RAS) for Indigo Shire and City of Wodonga are integrated in the ACRAS at GH.

Both assessment programs operate using the My Aged Care Assessor Portal.

The Commonwealth Aged Care Assessment Program which incorporates both ACAS and RAS programs is funded at GH to 30/6/2022 at which time the Commonwealth envisages a transition to a yet to be determined assessment model.

To Apply

For the full details of the position Select here to view the Position Description.  Contact person for enquiries is Helen Batey on 03 5723 2000.

Applications close Sunday 25th April 2021

  • Your attachments must include:
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Qualifications
  • Address to Selection Criteria
  • Proof of Current Victorian Employee Working with Children clearance
  • Employment Disclosure Application Form

The Orange Door

The Program

The Victorian Government has committed to implementing all 227 recommendations of the Royal Commission into Family Violence and to delivering on the vision described in Roadmap for Reform: Strong families, Safe children. A key recommendation of the Royal Commission and the Roadmap for Reform was to establish a network of Support and Safety Hubs (The Orange Door). The Orange Door will deliver a fundamental change to the way we work with women, children and families, and men. The Orange Door will bring together different workforces and practices to create an integrated The Orange Door team and a consolidated intake point in each The Orange Door area to create a new way of support.

The Orange Door Team will include a mix of staff employed by local Community Service Organisations for the Ovens Murray Area together with Family Safety Victoria and DFFH. These organisations include VACCA, Mungabareena, UMFC, Centre Against Violence (CAV), and Gateway Health all working collaboratively to provide and deliver services for The Orange Door.

The Role

The Advanced Family Violence Practice Leader (Men’s) is responsible for providing practice leadership on risk assessment, risk management and planning for family violence and providing expert advice to the Orange Door workforce in relation to complex family violence cases and perpetrator interventions. The Advanced Family Violence Practice Leader (Men’s) will proactively build specialist evidence-based family violence knowledge and capability across the Orange Door workforce in line with the Orange Door Service Model and Integrated Practice Framework.  The Orange Door works to keep perpetrators accountable by supporting them to take personal responsibility and to choose to end their violent behaviours and attitudes. It also has an important role in understanding and monitoring perpetrator risk to inform safety planning for victims and families.   The Orange Door recognises that while not all perpetrators of family violence are men, the majority of family violence is gendered and perpetrated by men against women.

To Apply

For the full details of the position Select here to view the Position Description.  Contact person for enquiries is Joseph Lumanog on 0418 821 850.

Applications close midnight Friday 9th May 2021

  • Your attachments must include:
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Qualifications
  • Address to Selection Criteria
  • Proof of Current Victorian Employee Working with Children clearance
  • Employment Disclosure Application Form

There are five Practice Leader roles within The Orange Door:

The Practice Leader roles within the Orange Door (Support and Safety hubs) play a pivotal role in contributing to The Orange Door leadership and providing expert practice advice utilising relevant theoretical frameworks. The Orange Door operates within an Integrated Practice Framework reinforced by Practice Leaders working collaboratively across the various specialist roles within the practice stream. All Practice Leaders are expected to consult and collaborate with the broader leadership team within The Orange Door, and to work to build capability across all staff to work effectively will all client