Through equity and quality, we strive to improve the health and wellbeing of our community.
We recognise everyone is unique and we strive to understand and build on their strengths.
We bring our focus and skill to build meaningful connections.
The manager of the position will assess all the applicants’
information focusing on knowledge, skills, specialist expertise, and
desirable/mandatory qualifications to determine whether the applicants will be
shortlisted for interviews. If applicants are shortlisted, they will be invited
to attend a panel interview. Applicants who are not shortlisted will be
notified via email.
An interview panel will generally comprise two or three people, and the interview will typically take approximately 30 minutes. The panel will ask questions related to the key selection criteria detailed in the position description at the interview. As the interview progresses, the panel may ask additional questions to expand on topics and information you have provided in your responses.
Successful candidates will be advised verbally of their successful appointment to the position, followed by a formal employment contract. A signed copy of the contract of employment must be returned along with other employee documentation as required to signify acceptance.
Candidates that have been interviewed but are ultimately unsuccessful will be advised by formal e-mail advice. Any documentation relating to unsuccessful candidates will be securely destroyed following the recruitment process. Candidates who are unsuccessful may contact the Manager
People & Resilience for feedback if desired.
We require all successful candidates to undergo a satisfactory Police Record Check, obtain a satisfactory Employee Working with Children Check (WWCC) and hold a current Victorian Drivers Licence. The cost of obtaining a WWCC and a Drivers Licence will be at your expense. Primary Care Connect is not obliged to consider any applicant who does not consent to undergo these checks or hold sufficient licenses.