Alexandra District Health is a fully accredited public Health Service, which comprises of 25 acute and 5 day procedure beds. We also extensive Community Health service and specialsit consutling service.
Alexandra District Health adopts the values and employment principles of the Victorian Public Sector Commission. Applications should include CV and responses to Key Selection Criteria on the Position Description. Two referees must be included.
- Part time 32 hours per week
Alexandra District Health (ADH) is seeking a trainee Accountant who is keen to develop their accounting and finance skills while also providing assistance and support to the ADH finance team.
Your primary role will be to support the processes associated with both the accounts payable and receivable functions at Alexandra District Health, assist the Finance Manager with the finalisation of month and year end financial results as well as providing generalist accounting support across the organisation.
This role would be ideally suited to someone who is studying towards, or has recently completed, tertiary education in an accounting and/or business related discipline. General administration skills along with Microsoft Office experience would also be advantageous.
For the right applicant, ADH would also be willing to support further study that is relevant to the position.
Experience in the health sector would be highly regarded, but is not essential.
Any enquiries can be directed to Andrew Lowe, Director of Corporate Services. (03) 5772 0925.
A position description can be obtained by clicking here.
Applications must address the key selection criteria and should be addressed to
Andrew Lowe, Director of Corporate Services, PO Box 21, Alexandra 3714.
Applications close 5 pm, 5th April, 2019.
ADH is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and social inclusion. We welcome applications from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, including those from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islanders, people with lived experience of disability and people who identify as LGBTI.
Cook and Catering and Domestic Service Assistants
Alexandra District Health and Darlingford Upper Goulburn Nursing Home invites suitably qualified applicants for the following positions:
Cook – part time and casual roles:
We are currently recruiting staff that are highly organised and have a strong focus on quality and cleanliness. To be successful you will have strong leadership qualities with the ability to direct and encourage others. If you have advanced cooking skills, a trade background or experience cooking in commercial kitchens and want to work more sociable hours then this job is for you.
Catering and Domestic Services Assistants:
We are looking for staff with an attention to detail, an understanding of hygiene standards and a commitment to teamwork. Previous experience in these roles would be an advantage.
Please contact Melissa Rigg – Support Services Manager, 57720900, email@example.com.
Perioperative Services Manager
- Part time (7 days per fortnight) opportunity
- Beautiful regional area
- Progressive leadership team
Situated northeast of Melbourne, Alexandra is one of the most picturesque and liveability areas of Victoria. Surrounded by the natural beauty of rivers, forests and parks, with easy access to fishing and boating, snowfields, and wineries.
Alexandra District Health is the major health service organisation within the Shire of Murrindindi and has a long and proud history in health related service provision to the area, providing inpatient and outpatient services including specialist medical services, operating theatre services, radiology, pathology and district nursing. In addition, the hospital delivers community health services including a wide range of allied health and health promotion services.
We are seeking an experienced manager for this part time, 7 days per fortnight role, to lead, direct and co-ordinate our perioperative services within our theatre complex. We have a state of the art theatre supported by CSD and 6 day surgery beds. You will be responsible for maintaining clinical standards and best practice, through continual quality improvement initiatives and evidence based risk management strategies.
This exciting opportunity is ideally suited to a highly motivated professional with advanced clinical skills, exceptional leadership and demonstrable management experience with a commitment to personal and professional development. Demonstration of negotiation and conflict resolution skills, decision making and communication skills with the ability to manage change are essential in this rural setting. Candidates will have a current registration with Nursing & Midwifery Board of Australia.
For further information, please contact Kerrie Myer (Director of Clinical Services) on 03 5772 0900.
Download the position description here. Applications must address the key selection criteria and should be addressed to:
Director of Clinical Services
Alexandra District Health
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org