Allied Health Career Development

How do I find out about job opportunities at Eastern Health?

Positions for Allied Health clinicians at Eastern Health are advertised on the careers page

We are committed to developing you as an allied health clinician to be the best that you can be through:  

  • Supporting attendance at continuing education programs
  • Professional development including
    • Site based in-services
    • Profession and allied health forums
    • An interprofessional Graduate Support Program
    • Regular tutorials, seminars, case review meetings and grand rounds

Many Allied Health staff have postgraduate qualifications, and this, along with their clinical expertise, provides an environment conducive to learning, research and development.

We seek to develop our leaders, support you in innovative practice through Quality Improvement training and  challenge you to contribute to knowledge through our structured training  program in research methodology

Clinical Supervision

Supervision provides the professional support and learning to enable individual practitioners to maintain best practice in all aspects of their roles. Line/operational supervision is also practised in an inter-discipline capacity, including interpersonal and teamwork skills. All clinicians are supported in development of their skills in student and staff supervision.

Regular structured clinical supervision is mandatory for all of the Eastern Health Allied Health clinicians, including Allied Health Assistants, and includes:

  • Facilitation by skilled senior clinicians
  • Regular 1:1 supervision and peer supervision.

Why work at Eastern Health?

Eastern Health has a  strong inter-professional working culture between Allied Health, nursing and medical staff. The friendly work environment at Eastern Health provides a supportive place for your Allied Health career.