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Opportunities for Allied Health Professionals

We offer a wide variety of career opportunities for Allied Health professionals across our acute, sub-acute and community-based services. We currently employ over 2000 Allied Health staff across our district. Our district covers 25 local government areas, 38 hospitals, as well as community and outpatient centres.

Allied Health Career Development

We are committed to developing you as an allied health clinician to be the best you can be through:

New Graduate and Early Career Opportunities

  • New Graduate programs
  • Early Career Rural Generalist Program

Professional Development and ongoing Education

  • Site based in-services
  • Profession and allied health forums
  • Support to attend external training, conferences and education
  • Case review meetings
  • Online continuing education opportunities
  • Opportunities often available at remote sites via videoconferencing

Clinical Supervision

  • Regular structured clinical supervision is mandatory for all of the Eastern Health Allied Health clinicians, including Allied Health Assistants and includes:
    • Facilitation by skilled senior clinicians
    • Regular 1:1 supervision and peer supervision

Performance Development Planning

  • Together with their manager, staff are encouraged to identify opportunities for maintenance of existing skills and to develop new skills to suit the evolving service context

Work Life Balance and Support

  • Competitive rates of pay: Information about pay and conditions

  • Rural Reliever Program: Backfill for leave, where possible. The district has a pool of permanent relievers as well as rotation and secondment models in some professions provides backfill for clinicians taking leave

  • Allied Health Casual Pool: To fill short term vacancies

For any queries regarding Allied Health employment within HNE Health, please email the Recruitment Team.

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