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Working within a feminist framework, we work to address the social, political and environmental factors impacting on the health, safety and wellbeing of women.

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Working within a feminist framework, Gippsland Women’s Health addresses the social, political and environmental factors impacting on the health, safety and wellbeing of women.

Our priorities are:

  • Preventing Violence against Women
  • Women’s Sexual Health and Reproductive Choice
  • Creating Gender Equality
  • Ending Family Violence

Working at Gippsland Women’s Health (GWH) you will be a part of a dynamic organisation with shared social values and a commitment to making a difference.

Benefits of working with GWH:

  • Salary Packaging
  • Flexible Work Arrangements
  • Supportive & Friendly Working Environment
  • Opportunities & Support for Professional Development

Gippsland Women’s Health has an exemption under the equal opportunity act to employ only women: EO #H311/2018.

Current Positions

Project Worker – Prevention of Violence & Gender Equality (East Gippsland) 0.7 FTE (26.6 hours per week) Fixed Term to 30 June 2022

Gippsland Women’s Health (GWH) is seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual to join our team.  The Project Worker, Prevention and Gender Equality (East Gippsland) is a member of the GWH Heath Promotion and Gender Equality Team and is responsible for actively assisting in preventing violence against women in East Gippsland.  This position will work closely with the Project Coordinator, Prevention of Violence and Gender Equality.

The Project Worker takes a lead role in ensuring actions are embedded and advocating for measures that work to redress the gendered and structural inequities that affect the lives of women in East Gippsland with a specific focus on bushfire recovery.

Full details of this role are included in the Position Description.

GWH has a flexible working policy, employees may work from home, or from another negotiated location. However, the designated place of work is the GWH office in Sale and staff are expected to attend the office in person as required.  This role may have an East Gippsland based location and some travel will be required.

Applications must address the Key Selection Criteria contained in the Position Description which is available below as an attachment or by telephoning GWH on (03) 5143 1600.

For more information, please contact Janine Pilgrim, Manager Business Operation at or by telephoning (03) 5143 1600.

Written applications addressing the Key Selection criteria, marked ‘Confidential’ should be submitted to  Melanie Brown, Manager Health Promotion, Prevention and Gender Equality, Gippsland Women’s Health at:


Applications close 5pm Thursday 29 July 2021



EOE H60 /2018 – this position is open only to women and people whose gender identity is female.

How to apply for a job at Gippsland Women’s Health

Applications must be sent to with the job title in the subject line, and include the following documents:

  1. Covering letter
  2. Statement of how you meet the key selection criteria
  3. Current curriculum vitae
  4. Names and contact details of at least three professional referees

Applicants will receive a confirmation that their email application has been received. Only applications received by the closing date and time will be considered.

Applications are shortlisted according to the selection criteria outlined in the position description. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted to arrange an interview. Referees will only be contacted following interviews.

All applicants will be contacted regarding the outcome of their application.

Before applying to work with us, please ensure you understand the information provided on this page. Job applicants, please follow the application procedure above.

Gippsland Women’s Health has an Equal Opportunity Exemption (#H311/2018)