We celebrate and value the diverse skills and experience Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people bring to our workforce.
Monash Health acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land – the Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung peoples, and we pay our respect to them, their culture and their Elders past, present and future.
We celebrate and value the diverse skills and experience Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people bring to our workforce by:
- Creating career opportunities through career advancement, ongoing training opportunities and professional development
- Promoting & encouraging leadership through mentoring, coaching, networking and support
- Working together to grow a welcoming and inclusive environment which reflects mutual respect and cultural awareness
If you are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, we encourage you to apply for positions at Monash Health.
Employment vacancies and pre-employment support
Monash Health encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates to apply for the positions currently advertised on our jobs portal.
Alternatively, applicants are encouraged to express their interest for a position via an expression of interest form (below) for any role within Monash Health. People and Culture will contact applicants directly when a position becomes available which is suited to your skills, qualifications and attributes. Please email your completed form and resume to Luke Dinon: firstname.lastname@example.org. Assistance and pre-employment support is available to all applicants applying for positions at Monash Health which includes advice on resumes, cover letters and attending interviews. For further information please contact Luke Dinon.
Work experience program
Monash Health offers work experience placements to High School and TAFE students preparing to enter the workforce. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in year 10 to 12 are encouraged to apply. These placements are a great opportunity to learn about the many career pathways in health.
Aboriginal cadetship and graduate nursing, midwifery and allied health program
Cadetships are important in creating pathways into employment and provide structured training, support and development while studying. Cadetships are advertised at the commencement of each year. To express your interest and find out more about this program, contact Ann Marie Mullan: email@example.com