We aim to match your skills and interests with the health service’s needs. There are a variety of roles available across our campuses and in the community.
- Community Visitor – befriend a person living in an aged care home near you
- Patient Visitor – visit patients at their bedsides to have a chat
- Administration – assist with various administrative tasks such as filing, scanning, preparing mailings and packs, copying.
- Patient Simulation Program – role-play to assist medical, nursing and allied health students improve communication skills
- Planned Activity Group – assist in planned activities with our day care respite clients
- Rehabilitation – assist Allied Health staff in supporting rehabilitation activities
- Guide – greet and direct patients and visitors around the health service
- Palliative Care – provide compassionate support to enhance quality of life
- Research – participate in various research studies (no clinical trials)
- Northern Health Foundation – participate in fundraising initiatives and campus raffles
- Drivers – driving patients to and from appointments.
- Consumer Participation – community members and consumers helping to improve the health service
- Baby cuddler programme – comfort and settle babies with parent consent
- Old Blokes shed – Broadmeadows and Bundoora campuses–assisting patients to make and decorate items
- Tea and Coffee cart – taking a cart around to the busy waiting areas within the hospital and offering tea and coffee
- Library or goods trolley – taking a cart around the hospital offering free magazines to visitors in waiting areas and selling items from the goods trolley
- Knitting groups- auxiliary and community groups knitting specified items that are sold in the Rainbow shop and also making items to donate to the wards
- Spiritual Care – Supporting the Pastoral Care Service to provide spiritual care to patients, family members and staff of the same religion.