We are seeking applications for an experienced, passionate and confident Endorsed Enrolled Nurse to join our team at Willaura.   This is an ongoing up to full time position.

About Us

East Grampians Health Service is based in Ararat and Willaura (Regional Victoria) and takes its name from the magnificent mountain range that provides a backdrop to both townships.  We are committed to providing quality care and services that meet the needs of the community, whilst continuously striving for improvement and aiming to lead the way in provision of health related services.

Willaura Health Care and Parkland House Hostel are part of East Grampians Health Service located 37 kms south of Ararat. The Health Service consists of 8 Acute and 2 nursing home beds. Parkland House Hostel consists of 10 Hostel bed. Willaura meets the stringent health standards and is fully accredited by the Australian Council of Health Care Standards and Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency. Willaura is well supported by community health allied health services and district nursing based in Ararat.

What we Offer

About the Role

About You

Applicants must show a commitment to the provision of care which focuses on the elderly and demonstrate a sound level of nursing skills, working within safe practice principles.


Appointment is subject to immunisation clearance (Including COVID-19) and current and satisfactory Employment Checks (Police and Working With Children Checks).

For more information please contact Elizabeth Atkinson – Manager Willaura on (03) 5354-1617.

The Position Description can be viewed and downloaded by selecting ‘Position Description’ below.

To apply please select ‘Apply online’ and complete as requested.

Please ensure you address the selection criteria, attach a resume including two business referees by close of business on 4 June 2023.

East Grampians Health Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Position Description
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