Latrobe Regional Hospital is one of the largest employers in Gippsland and is aiming to take a leading role in demonstrating best-practice methods of producing meaningful employment and training outcomes to the local Aboriginal community.
In 2012 Latrobe Regional Hospital developed its first Aboriginal Employment Plan plan in accordance with Karreeta Yirramboi, a Victorian Government initiative to improve public-sector employment and career development outcomes for Aboriginal people.
Our new plan aligns with Barring Djinang, a five-year strategy by the Victorian Government to enhance Aboriginal employment across the public sector. Barring Djinang has adopted an Aboriginal employment target of 2 per cent for the Victorian Public Service. For LRH, this means an ongoing commitment to meaningful careers for current and future Aboriginal staff.
Read our Aboriginal Employment Plan 2020-2025 here.
Employment opportunities in a great environment
Latrobe Regional Hospital is at the forefront of public healthcare in the Gippsland region in eastern Victoria, delivering extensive medical, surgical, cancer care, allied health and mental health services.
LRH offers an environment where passionate people thrive. If you are eager to broaden your experience and skills base, enjoy a challenging and fast paced environment with a rewarding career in health care, please view the list of available positions. These are updated regularly.
To view the positions click here
If you are considering a career at LRH, click on the image below to meet some of our staff who share their thoughts about working for Gippsland's largest health service.
Latrobe Regional Hospital supports Equal Employment Opportunity by recognising and valuing inclusion and diversity. The hospital encourages all people from different cultures and backgrounds to apply for our advertised positions.