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. Gateway Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Gateway Health does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, intersex status, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status, or any other basis covered by appropriate law.

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 currently working towards achieving Rainbow Tick accreditation.

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.

Your success in obtaining an interview is based on how well your experience, qualifications, skills and knowledge meet the specific requirements of the position you apply for.

Your application must contain the following:

  • A cover letter
  • A separate document addressing the Selection Criteria, which clearly demonstrates your skills, knowledge and abilities relevant to each Selection Criteria as outlined in the Position Description.
  • Select here to download the Employment application disclosure form. This form must be completed and included with your job application.
  • An up to date resume/curriculum vitae (CV), including two referees, (a recent Manager or Supervisor and a previous Manager or Supervisor).

Without the employment application disclosure form and the selection criteria being addressed your application will not progress to the hiring manager.

If you have any difficulties accessing the links, or completing your application please contact or call the People Working Well Team on 02 6022 8888.

We look forward to receiving your application

Regards

People Working Well Team

 

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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

  • 0.8 EFT
  • Fixed Term Contract until 31st January 2022
  • Wodonga based

Gateway Health has partnered with Deakin University and other local agencies and stakeholders to deliver an exciting community-led project for children's health and wellbeing. We are looking for someone to join our Health Promotion team in Wodonga, to deliver place-based community development initiatives to create positive community change. Do you have a background in community development, community engagement, health promotion or community project management? Do you value working as a team, learning new things, being innovative and kicking goals?

To Apply

If this sounds like the ideal job for you, check out the position description for more project information or call Kylie Gillison, Health Promotion Team Leader on 0437 953 805. Select here to view the Position Description.  .

Applications close Sunday 11th July 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

  • 0.6 EFT
  • Fixed Term Contract until 31st January 2022
  • Based in Wangaratta

Gateway Health conducted an active living mapping project in 2019-2020, to identify the barriers and enablers for physical activity in the Rural City of Wangaratta (RCoW) Local Government Area (LGA). We are looking for an enthusiastic team member to join our Health Promotion team in Wangaratta, to implement the project report's recommendations. Do you have a background in community development, community engagement, health promotion or community project management? Do you value working as a team, learning new things, being innovative and kicking goals?

To Apply

If this sounds like the ideal job for you, check out the position description for more project information or call Kylie Gillison, Health Promotion Team Leader on 0437 953 805. Select here to view the Position Description.  .

Applications close Sunday 11th July 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

Gateway Health and Odyssey House Victoria are excited to be partnering in the roll out of a new Alcohol and Other Drugs Residential Rehabilitation Service that will be based in Wangaratta supporting our Community and existing Services in our region.

As such, we will be recruiting to various positions between June through to September for this exciting development.

  • Wangaratta Based NEW Residential Rehabilitation Service
  • Provides clinical oversight to the Therapeutic Community
  • SCHADS Level 5 plus super, plus salary packaging

This role performs duties of a specialised nature based on acquired expertise in the field. Supporting the effective operations of the Therapeutic Community (TC) from client admission to residency and graduation, the Senior Practitioner provides clinical oversight ensuring the clinical and administrative functions pertaining to this process are carried out effectively.

The key purposes of this position include providing senior leadership alongside the Program Manager and Treatment House Administrator for the facility and also providing clinical direction, expertise, supervision and support to the staff and ensuring high quality care to residents. The role is pivotal in the implementation of programs and standards that promote Therapeutic Community values amongst the staff group, residents and their families.

Applications close Sunday 11th July 2021

To Apply

For the full details of the position Select here to view the Position Description.  Contact person for enquiries is Danny Baxter on 0448 903 486.

  • 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

  • 2 Brand New Roles 
  • Based in Wodonga and/or Wangaratta
  • SACS Employee Level 3 or 4 pending experience

This role will provide culturally responsive and individualised support at the grass roots level to help young people and adults from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds to navigate and connect with employment and training services.

Community Employment Connectors will:

  • Utilise community networks and connections to identify young people and adults from CALD backgrounds who need employment-related support 
  • Improve access to services by creating links and partnerships with community service providers, agencies, community groups and local leaders and co-designing solutions to known barriers
  • Build capacity of smaller ethno-specific organisations to improve employment pathways for community members
  • Act as a linkage point to build the cultural capacity of employment services and JVAs in the region
  • Engage with local young and CALD jobseekers and others in the community to understand their needs and support options
  • Connect people with relevant services that can help them prepare for and secure work, including support to manage non-vocational barriers to employment
  • Advocate on behalf of clients to service providers and employers, if required
  • Identify gaps and report on opportunities for collaboration and mutually beneficial partnerships to other local service providers, their host organisations and the Department
  • Regular collection and management of information and data from participants of the CEC service
  • Follow up connections and referrals made to other services
  • Represent Community Employment Connectors to various agencies, professional networks and the local community

To Apply

For the full details of the position Select here to view the Position Description.  Contact person for enquiries is Karina Kerr on 0437 925 112.

Applications close Sunday 11th July 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

Gateway Health and Odyssey House Victoria are excited to be partnering in the roll out of a new Alcohol and Other Drugs Residential Rehabilitation Service that will be based in Wangaratta supporting our Community and existing Services in our region.

As such, we will be recruiting to various positions between June through to September for this exciting development.

  • Wangaratta Based NEW Residential Rehabilitation Service
  • Positively contributes to the life of the Therapeutic Community
  • SCHADS Level 5 plus super, plus salary packaging

The position forms part of the senior management team for the rehabilitation service alongside the Program Manager and Senior Practitioner. The role has primary responsibility for co-ordinating the day to day resident activities that occur within the facility which are a significant component of a therapeutic community.

The key purpose of the position is to coordinate and support the effective communication between staff and residents, supervising the Duty Workers, and ensuring that daily schedules are adhered to and information is disseminated in a timely manner for enhanced treatment outcomes for the residents. At all times the role fosters the therapeutic community processes which include self-help recovery, self-discovery, structured communications, ensuring that every resident receives relevant individual and group counselling and using the social environment to maximise peer influences. Community teachings are facilitated rather than directly instructed. 

The position also contributes to the life of the Therapeutic Community by supporting and working cohesively with management in ensuring systems, processes and practice are developed and maintained for smooth and seamless operational outcomes.

Applications close Sunday 11th July 2021

To Apply

For the full details of the position Select here to view the Position Description.  Contact person for enquiries is Danny Baxter on 0448 903 486.

  • 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

  • Fixed Term Contract till June 2022
  • Part Time 
  • Based in Wodonga or Wangaratta

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 11th July 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 Wodonga or Wangaratta
  • New Position to make a difference in peoples lives
  • Working with some of our most vulnerable clients

The Role

This role is to provide intensive support to clients at risk of overdose before, during and after their engagement with specialist AOD treatment. This position will complement the already established Care and Recovery service adding a crucial focus for treatment that is shorter, more intensive, flexible and interconnects with existing treatment services. The aim of the service is to link clients to services and supports minimising the chance of overdose and reducing the risk. The role will work across both our sites in Wangaratta and Wodonga. The Practitioner will work closely with other staff in the AOD team to provide a flexible, responsive service to achieve the best possible outcomes for clients.

The role is part of the AOD program area which currently comprises of approximately 24 staff, with a number of new positions and projects funded in development. It is a vibrant team with a strong commitment to achieving the best outcomes for and with clients and their families. 

Applications close Sunday 11th July 2021

To Apply

For the full details of the position Select here to view the Position Description.  Contact person for enquiries is Simone Kluckow on 0439 197 201.

  • 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

  • North East Victoria provides a fantastic regional lifestyle with easy access to both Melbourne and Sydney
  • Salary Packaging up to $15,500
  • Flexible hours and workdays with the opportunity to work some days from home

Grade 3 Clinical Lead (0.3 FTE, 22.8 hours per fortnight, permanent ongoing) and

Grade 1 or 2 Speech Pathologist (0.4 FTE 30.4 hours/fortnight, maternity leave contract)

We are currently seeking experienced Speech Pathologists to join the Rural Health Team.   Applicants are welcome to apply for either or both positions.   

The Role

The Clinical Lead role will be responsible for ensuring effective and high quality clinical supervision to the Speech Pathology team and for developing a professional development plan for their discipline to meet the needs of their discipline, Gateway Health and the community.  In conjunction with the Rural Health Team service manager the Clinical Leads will provide strategic direction for their discipline and Allied Health more broadly.

The Grade 2 role will provide a timely and flexible services to eligible clients under the Home and Community Care Program for Young People (HACC–PYP), Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) Programs as well as NDIS and other Fee for Service streams. Our service is predominately a 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 exciting new opportunity please contact Erin Anderberg on 0447 184 276  or on email:

To Apply

For the full details of the position 

Clinical Lead Position  Select here to view the Position Description

Grade 1 Speech Pathologist Select here to view the Position Description

Grade 2 Speech Pathologist Select here to view the Position Description

Applications close Sunday 11th July 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

  • Grade 1 or 2 Speech Pathologist (0.4 FTE 30.4 hours/fortnight, maternity leave contract)
  • 12th August 2021 - 1st July 2022
  • Based primarily in Wangaratta
  • Flexible hours and workdays with the opportunity to work some days from home

We are currently seeking experienced Speech Pathologists to join the Rural Health Team.  Applicants are welcome to apply for this position as well as (137 - Clinical Lead Speech Pathology - Grade 3).

The Role

This position will provide a flexible and timely Speech Pathology service which will be focused on support for older frail clients or younger people with disabilities (or their carers) to be more independent at home and in the community, thereby enhancing their quality of life and/or preventing admission to an acute facility or inappropriate admission to long term residential care.

This position will deliver within the Home and Community Care Progarm for Younger People (HACC - PYP), Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) and within the Fee-For-Service (primarily NDIS and Home Care Package) streams,.  A willingness to work seamlessly across all Gateway Health public and fee for service funded programs is required as resources permit.

To Apply

For the full details of the position 

Grade 1 Speech Pathologist Select here to view the Position Description

Grade 2 Speech Pathologist Select here to view the Position Description

Contact person for enquiries is Erin Anderberg on 0447 184 276.

Applications close Sunday 11th July 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

  • Flexible hours and workdays with the opportunity to work some days from home
  • Attractive Salary Package
  • Become an integral part of a new team shaping the organisations growth strategy  

North East Victoria provides a fantastic regional lifestyle with easy access to both Melbourne and Sydney.   An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced and suitably qualified Management Accountant to join the Business Development and Innovation Unit at Gateway Health on a Full Time or Part Time permanent basis.

The Role

Reporting to the Executive Director Strategy and Impact, the successful applicant will play an important role in providing a high level of accounting technical expertise to support business growth and operating effectiveness.

The successful applicant will be required to:

  • Provide expert level advice and support to the Executive Director Strategy and Impact;
  • Lead several financial modelling and business redesign projects;
  • Work with the management team to develop and monitor business plans;
  • Participate in planning and implementing results based accountability systems;
  • Contribute to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of existing services and programs;
  • Help to design and develop sustainable new services;
  • Analyse trends and financial performance across programs and business units

To be successful in this position you will need to have:

  • Tertiary qualifications in accounting. Membership of the CA or CPA;
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Advanced Excel skills;
  • Experience in Not for Profit or Healthcare sectors (desirable)  

To Apply

For the full details of the position Select here to view the Position Description.  Contact person for enquiries is Debbie Harvey on 02 6022 8845.

Applications close Sunday 4th July 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

  • New Role to make significant community impact in the Family Violence space
  • Wodonga or Wangaratta based
  • Permanent Part-Time position (0.8 EFT) 60.8 hours per fortnight

The model of care used in this Program is underpinned by the Victorian DHS AOD Treatment Principles, the principles have as their foundation a philosophy of harm minimisation and recovery orientation.

This program objectives are:

  • Ensure capability and capacity to deliver a sustainable high-quality service
  • Provide guiding principles that aim to achieve the best possible health outcomes for people who use AOD services at Gateway Health
  • Provide a model for AOD staff that supports best practice and informs expectations for the treatment/management of people with substance use concerns
  • Monitor new developments in AOD treatments to be informed by evidence and guided by models of good practice.
  • Ensure services are underpinned by the Victorian AOD Treatment Principles.
  • Enhanced service development, evaluation and review.

This Specialist Family Violence Advisor AOD/Mental Health position has been developed to contribute towards recommendations 98 and 99 of the Royal Commission into Family Violence. These recommendations require the establishment of Specialist Family Violence Advisors to provide expertise to major Mental Health and AOD services and to ultimately encourage the Family Violence, AOD and Mental Health sectors to collaborate through the promotion of shared casework models.

This position will provide expertise and support for workers in the Gateway Health AOD program & AWH Mental Health program, to identify and respond to family violence with their clients, whether they are experiencing family violence or perpetrating family violence.

Gateway Health AOD program currently comprises approximately 24 staff. It is a vibrant team with a strong commitment to achieving the best outcomes for and with consumers and their families. 

AWH Mental Health is a large regional service spanning Northeast Victoria and South-Central NSW. There are 2 inpatient units, a comprehensive community mental health program and specialist child and adolescent and older person’s mental health services.

To Apply

For the full details of the position Select here to view the Position Description.  Contact person for enquiries is Simone Kluckow on 0439 197 201.

Applications close Sunday 4th July 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

  • Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry (SCHADS) Award Level 6
  • Full-time, negotiable to 9 days per fortnight
  • Based in Wangaratta

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 core components of The Orange Door service model are: screening, intake, triage, assessment, and planning. 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.

The Team Leader Perpetrator Services is responsible for operational management of The Orange Door team, including managing performance and workload and to provide oversight and guidance to team members. Duties include providing day-to-day coordination, supervision, practice oversight and support to an integrated team within The Orange Door in the Ovens Murray region. The Team Leader Perpetrator Services will provide oversight of the screening, assessment, triage, assessment and planning, with specific attention to perpetrators or men who use family violence

The position requires active and continued participation in collaborative professional practice with other specialist Team Leaders and key staff at the Orange Door. This is intended to ensure effective and meaningful development of a seamless service system that meets the needs of the families and individuals supported by the Orange Door in the Ovens Murray region. Whilst this new position will be based at The Orange Door, it will remain connected and integrated with Gateway Health in general, specifically the Counselling and Support program.

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 will close when the appropriate person is appointed

  • 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

  • Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry (SCHADS) Award Level 4 or 5 depending on experience
  • Full-time, negotiable to 9 days per fortnight
  • Based in Wangaratta

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 core components of The Orange Door service model are: screening, intake, triage, assessment, and planning. 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.

With the aim of ensuring the safety of victim survivors and accountability of perpetrators or men who use violence, a Perpetrator Services Practitioner is responsible for undertaking screening, intake, triage, assessment, and planning as part of The Orange Door team. The position requires active and continued participation in collaborative professional practice at the Orange Door and other partner agencies. This is intended to ensure effective and meaningful development of a seamless service system that meets the needs of the families and individuals supported by the Orange Door in the Ovens Murray region. Whilst this new position will be based at The Orange Door, it will remain connected and integrated with Gateway Health in general, and specifically the Counselling and Support program.

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 will remain open until all 5 positions are appointed

  • 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