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We are hiring

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Gippsland Women’s Health (GWH) is seeking 2 enthusiastic and highly motivated individuals to join our team.

Working within a family violence reform framework, the roles require an understanding of the nature and dynamics of family violence, an ability to work collaboratively and effectively in a multidisciplinary setting and well developed interpersonal skills. 

Flexible working arrangements and an attractive salary packaging option is available to the successful candidates.

The positions will be based in Sale and require the capacity to travel throughout the Gippsland region.


Family Violence B-Safe Project Worker

Part-time (.6 EFT) – Fixed Term 12 month

This position provides an exciting opportunity to be instrumental in the planning, implementation and evaluation of the B-Safe personal alarm system that provides a risk management option for women and children who have been assessed at a high to extreme risk of family violence.           

Download the Position Description here.


Gippsland Family Violence Project Worker

Part-time (.6 EFT) – Fixed Term 12 month

This position provides an exciting opportunity to support the Gippsland FV Regional Integration Coordinator to implement the recommendations of the Family Violence Royal Commission and the Ending Family Violence Victoria’s Plan for Change.

Download the Position Description here.


Applications must address the Key Selection Criteria contained in the Position Descriptions above, or by telephoning GWH on 5143 1600 or emailing at admin@gwhealth.asn.au  

Applications should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, Gippsland Women’s Health, PO Box 664, Sale Vic 3850, marked Private and Confidential.

Applications close 5pm, Friday 3 March 2017

Women only need apply: GWH has an Equal Opportunity Exemption No: H60/2013




Posted on 16 February 2017

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