Department of Health

If you’re seeking a role in a particular health or mental health and wellbeing service, you can find job advertisements online. Many Victorian public hospitals and health services publish jobs on careers.vic.gov.au while others, particularly in regional areas, publish jobs on their own websites.

On this page is a list of all Victorian public hospitals and health services with links to careers and jobs pages, grouped by location.

Metropolitan Melbourne

There is a reason Melbourne has been voted one of the most liveable places in the world. Melbourne is the capital of Victoria and one of Australia’s liveliest cites. It’s bustling with bars, restaurants, cultural and sports events and diverse communities. What’s more, it has some world’s best healthcare, housing, and education.

Visit Live in Melbourne to find out more about why it’s one of the best places to live and work.

Regional Victoria

Encompassing all areas of the state outside of Melbourne, regional Victoria is a biodiverse landscape with much natural beauty. Each area has its own charm, thriving communities and accommodates a range of lifestyles. There is so much on offer for you and your family to enjoy – from pristine forests, spectacular mountain ranges, beautiful coastlines, exceptional wineries, and historical towns. Take this opportunity to build your career while enjoying endless adventure at your doorstep.  Discover more about each of Victoria's regions on the Live in Melbourne website or view a detailed map on Rural Development Victoria's website.

Barwon South West (south western Victoria)

The Barwon South West Region stretches from the border with South Australia to the tip of Queenscliff at Port Phillip Bay. This region includes Victoria’s largest regional city Geelong, the picturesque Great Ocean Road and welcoming coastal towns.

The Barwon South West Region has excellent education facilities, sports and recreation centres, as well as investment opportunities in agriculture and renewable energy.

Gippsland (south eastern Victoria)

Gippsland offers a variety of natural attractions for residents and visitors to enjoy: clean beaches, pristine rainforests, snowfields, hiking and riding trails, wineries and more.

Some of Gippsland’s key industries include dairy, fishing and energy. Gippsland is popular for its sports activities like water skiing, surfing and snow skiing.

Grampians (western Victoria)

From the border with South Australia at Victoria’s west to the edge of metropolitan Melbourne at Melbourne’s east, the Grampians Region includes many townships, attractions and activities.

Try your luck at panning for gold at Sovereign Hill, explore the many historical Gold Rush sites, and witness the natural beauty of the Grampians National Park.

Hume (north eastern Victoria)

The Hume Region is renowned for its world-class wines and gourmet food – it’s also part of the ‘food bowl of Australia’.

The region’s diversity – and new opportunities in key industries – will ensure steady economic development and jobs growth. This is reflected in Hume's population growth, which is projected to grow by over 38% before 2031.

Hume hosts a number of festivals and events throughout the year such as the Bright Autumn Festival, the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and the Australian Superbike Championship in Winton.

Loddon Mallee (north western Victoria)

The Loddon Mallee Region occupies more than a quarter of Victoria. With one of the most consistently warm climates in the State, people enjoy the region’s waterways, acclaimed restaurants and wineries, heritage towns and grand forests.

The Loddon Mallee Region has a growing economy in tourism, horticulture and manufacturing. Visit some of Victoria’s most famous town centres such as Bendigo, Castlemaine and Mildura.

Reviewed 24 January 2023

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