Why work for us
As Tasmania’s only Charitable mental health facility, we are a small, close, and dedicated team of around 90 people. We are passionate about improving patient outcomes and are continuously evolving to ensure that our care delivery is of the highest standard. Our staff are encouraged and supported to engage with research, in turn ensuring that we are able to offer innovative opportunities to our patients as they embark on their wellness journey.
We recognize that our staff defines our organisation and it’s success. We are committed to ensuring our staff have the opportunity to stay up to date in their profession through both internal and external learning opportunities. We are dedicated to supporting our staff career progression – whatever that desire may be for the individual – offering the opportunity to learn alternate positions through temporary placements and project participation, supported with coaching and mentoring.
We embrace employees from diverse backgrounds to promote an inclusive culture that enhances decision-making and outcomes.
We take the opportunity to thank our staff utilising our annual Employee Achievement Awards.
We offer competitive remuneration and workplace benefits, a safe and healthy work environment, and are proud to offer our staff:
- Generous and flexible salary packaging benefits
- Free onsite parking
- Subsidised meals
- Paid parental leave after 12 months of employment
- Study leave
- Paid family and domestic violence leave
- Confidential Employee Assistance Program through Newport & Wildman for both the employee and their immediate family members
- Paid time to complete mandatory training
- Support for postgraduate study (agreed on an individual basis)
- Flexible work options
You may view our Organisational Chart here.
Our Employee Agreements
Hospital Staff Enterprise Agreement
Nurses Enterprise Agreement
Medical Administration Assistant
Due to an upcoming period of rapid change we have a part-time (22.5 hours per week plus additional as required) vacancy within our incredibly talented and dedicated administration team.
This critical role is the first port of call for all visitors to the Clinic. The role is based primarily at our Rokeby hospital location.
In addition to supporting our consumers, key responsibilities include:
- Reception duties
- Stationary ordering
- Drafting letters for Doctors
- Reviewing and coordinating referrals
- Providing all areas of the clinic with administrative support
How to apply
In order to apply for this position, please submit your CV and a cover letter outlining how you are able to meet the key criteria for this role via our advertisement on seek. You may view the position description here.
We currently have casual nursing positions available at present. If you are interested in a casual position in Nursing or Program departments please email email@example.com with your details.
For casual nursing positions, staff need to have mental health training or extensive experience in mental health to be considered for employment. If you have any queries please contact The Hobart Clinic on 6247 9960.