If you are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, we encourage you to apply for positions at Monash Health.
We’re committed to providing clear and accessible career pathways for new and existing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees.
We do this through career advancement, ongoing training opportunities and professional development.
We encourage our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees to be leaders in our health service through mentoring, coaching, networking and support.
By working together, we’re growing a welcoming and inclusive environment that reflects mutual respect and cultural awareness.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are encouraged to apply for the positions currently advertised on our jobs portal, Mercury eRecruit.
If you can’t find the right role but want to be considered for future opportunities, you can download our expression of interest form below and email it to Aboriginal Employment Coordinator.
Then we can contact you when a position that suits your skills, qualifications and attributes becomes available. You can also subscribe to our fortnightly newsletter promoting new vacancies at Monash Health.
Assistance and pre-employment support are available to all applicants applying for positions at Monash Health which includes advice on resumes, cover letters and attending interviews.
If you need help or to access support, speak with Luke Dinon, Aboriginal Employment Coordinator at Monash Health.
Monash Health commits to the journey of working together with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, to promote reconciliation and to provide culturally appropriate health services and improve health outcomes, through improving relationships, opportunities and respect.
The Monash Health Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) was developed in consultation with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, Monash Health staff (both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal) and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and community organisations across the region.
Cadetships are important in creating pathways into employment and provide structured training, support and development while studying.
If you’re interested in a cadetship and would like us to contact you when positions next become available, please complete the expression of interest form below.
To learn more about Nursing and Midwifery opportunities, speak with Jennifer Jackman, Graduate/RUSON Program Coordinator at Monash Health.
To learn more about Allied Health opportunities, speak with Lucy Whelan, Workforce, Innovation, Strategy, Education and Research Unit Manager at Monash Health.
Monash Health offers work experience placements to High School and TAFE students preparing to enter the workforce. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in years 10 to 12 are encouraged to apply. These placements are a great opportunity to learn about the many career pathways in health.
Learn more about our Work Experience program.
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We’re one of Australia’s largest and fastest-growing health services, and we provide safe, high-quality care across the entire lifespan.
With close ties to leading universities, Monash Health is a hub for research and academic excellence where internationally recognised studies are translated to clinical improvements.
We’re committed to being a fair, equitable and non-discriminatory workplace that maximises the talent, potential and contribution of all employees.
Regardless of what stage your career is, there is choice and encouragement to pursue a career path that best suits you.
At Monash Health, we care deeply about the community we serve and about one another.
When you join our team, you’ll be supported with a healthy, balanced lifestyle and a range of employee benefits and salary packaging options to best suit you.
Every year, we provide over 3 million episodes of care to our community in south-eastern metropolitan Melbourne and rural Victoria from over 40 locations, via telehealth, and in communities and homes.
Melbourne is one of the most livable cities in the world, with the serene beaches of the Mornington Peninsula and rolling hills of the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges all within an hour’s reach.