Plenty Valley Community Health

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Current Employment Opportunities

Employee Benefits

Plenty Valley Community Health is a rapidly developing organisation. Consequently more programs are being put in place and newly funded positions are becoming available. This has lead us to becoming one of the larger community health centres in Victoria. We hold an excellent reputation in the community of the northern suburbs and our staff are proud to represent such a caring organisation.

Employee Benefits:

Bullet Generous tax-free Salary Packaging benefits\Meal Entertainment benefits\Travel Accommodation benefits & Novated Car lease benefit (Novated car lease benefit only available for permanent employees)
Bullet Skills & Knowledge Enhancement through Professional Development
Bullet Employee Wellbeing Initiatives

Employee assistance program entitles you to six free confidential counselling sessions per year
(work or non work related)
Discounted memberships to local gyms and leisure facilities
Bullet Family friendly incentives (upon negotiation with direct supervisor)
  - Our predominately part time workforce creates flexibility in working hours
Bullet Recognition of Prior Service
  - In accordance with the provisions of Enterprise Agreements, PVCH will recognise prior service where an employee has been employed with a relevant Institution or Statutory Body.
(subject to award and PVCH policy)
Bullet Induction program
  - The induction program provides new employees with a wealth of information about PVCH

Training & Professional Development

Plenty Valley Community Health is committed to providing appropriate training and development opportunities for all staff, particularly in contemporary clinical techniques and in quality improvement, governance and legislative requirements.

Plenty Valley Community Health will give you access to:

Individual Annual Performance Management Plan
This plan establishes your goals and desired training for the year ahead.
Bullet Individual Development
  - This training is derived from the Performance Management Plan and may include internal or external training
Bullet Mandatory Training
  - This training covers Occupational Health & Safety, Privacy and Equal Employment Opportunity
Bullet E-Learning
  - This training can be completed at your desk and covers a wide range of mandatory and desired training
Bullet Organisational Development Sessions
  - This is an opportunity for management to involve employees in decisions being made by the organisation and educate the organisation about changes in client needs
Bullet Leadership & Management Training Sessions
  - This training focuses on being an exceptional leader and improving staff morale

Salary Packaging

Plenty Valley Community Health salary packaging helps you maximise your pay. This program recognises and rewards the work you provide to the community. Salary packaging can be done in different ways.
  • Generous tax-free Salary Packaging benefits - Maximum $15,899.90 per annum
  • Meal Entertainment Benefits - Unlimited Amount
  • Travel Accommodation - Unlimited Amount
  • Additional superannuation
  • Novated Car Lease Benefit (only available for permanent employees)

For more information on salary packaging visit

Staff Testimonials

Photo of Wally

Name: Wally

Occupation: Community Development Worker

I have been working for Plenty Valley Community Health since 1985 as a Community Development Worker at the Greenwood Club. I help facilitate an activity program for clients with acquired brain injuries. I enjoy working with colleagues who share the same passion as me. My position is flexible & free from pressure. Training has assisted me in my position to further my skills. In my 25 years of service. I've found our professional staff caring and supportive in all areas to the community. If I can assist a client with major health problems to forget about their troubles, laugh and enjoy the day then we both go home feeling better about ourselves.

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Name: Tanya

Occupation: Administrative Support Officer

I have been working for PVCH for 5 years in various positions originally as an Administrative Officer in the Diabetes Direct HARP Northern Alliance service, and later in the Human resources team. Now working as a Service Administrative Support Officer currently involved in setting up, providing support and assistance to the new specialist clinics which will deliver primary care services to ATSI communities, clients with significant disabilities and severe mental issues. I enjoy working in an environment which is friendly with a team of health professionals who really care for the people they serve, we all share common values for helping the needy in the community. I feel that every day I make a small but important contribution towards assisting people to become healthier and happier. Some of the benefits of working in community health are organisational development training, career path opportunities, workplace challenges that makes work to me personally attractive. Additionally, salary packaging makes the overall remuneration package very attractive.

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