As a registered community health and family day care organisation we are included in the public health directions regarding mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations of all our staff as well as all contractors, students and volunteers. The requirement to be fully vaccinated applies to staff working at Sunbury and Cobaw Community Health regardless of their role within the organisation and is a requirement for all clinicians and community services staff as well as those in management, support and administration roles. We are required to collect, record and hold vaccination information of all our staff, students and volunteers. For more information about mandatory vaccinations, see the Victorian Government’s coronavirus website. If you have a medical exemption and are unvaccinated, and wish to apply, please contact our People Culture and Capability team to talk through suitability.
Who we are
We have over 300 people working and volunteering with us in varied roles. We work across Sunbury and its surrounds, the Macedon Ranges Shire and beyond, and partner with many other organisations across the State.
Sunbury and Cobaw Community Health has sites in Kyneton, Romsey, Sunbury and Woodend and staff can also provide outreach services.
Sunbury is a developing residential area in the North-West region of Melbourne, with substantial surrounding rural areas and some industrial and commercial land use. Sunbury is a part of the Hume Local Government Area. In 2016, the population of Sunbury was 36,0651 (ABS).
The Shire of Macedon Ranges is a region in Central Victoria, best known for its expansive native forests, iconic geographical attraction Hanging Rock, and thriving artisan food and wine industries. The region covers an area of 1,747 square kilometres. At the 2016 Census, had a population of 46,100 (ABS).
Why work for us
When you work with us you join a team of passionate, caring and innovative professionals who work together to make a real difference in our community. We believe that our people work best in a supportive environment that encourages them to provide the highest standards of care and services to our community.
Competitive salaries with generous salary packaging benefits
We offer competitive salaries and as a not-for-profit organisation are able to provide access to generous salary packaging benefits.
If you are looking at making a move from a public hospital to community health, you may be eligible to bring your leave entitlements with you.
We value diversity in our workforce. This includes but is not limited to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people; people with disabilities; lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex people and culturally and linguistically diverse people.
Staff Health and Wellbeing
We are committed to supporting the positive mental health of our staff, believing that good mental health and wellbeing of all staff contributes to staff satisfaction, the provision of quality services and organisational sustainability.
We invest in our people so they can continue to grow with the organisation. All staff receive a comprehensive introduction and orientation to the organisation where they have the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the policies, procedures and compliance frameworks that guide the work that we do.
There are also ongoing opportunities for professional development such as mentoring, internal advertising of all vacancies, as well as attendance and presentations at conferences and events. Additionally, most of our Enterprise Agreements allow for study and examination leave.