Women’s Health Grampians (WHG) has a proud history of collaboration and achievement, driven by a passionate and committed team.

WHG is a feminist organisation underpinned by strong values of:

  • Empowerment
  • Diversity
  • Partnership and Collaboration
  • Respect

In joining our team you will help us work towards a safer and fairer future for women and their families and communities in the Grampians region.


Bilingual Health Educator

4 positions available in Ballarat or Horsham areas.

We are looking for female Bilingual Health Educators to improve migrant and refugee women’s access to health education in their own language. Applicants must be fluent in English and another language, with strong connections with the relevant language community in the Ballarat region. The role involves conducting in-language women’s health education and community engagement activities with migrant and refugee women in their workplaces and in community settings.

Women’s Health Grampians aims to provide a supportive and inclusive workplace and we are interested in candidates who are committed to migrant and refugee women’s health from a feminist perspective. On the job training is provided by Women’s Health Grampians and Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health.

3 days a week, 6 month contract with salary packaging benefits.
To view the position description, click here.
For more information, contact Rose Durey at rose@whg.org.au or Shannon Wolf at shannonwolf@whg.org.au.

To apply for this role, please email a copy of your CV and response to the selection criteria to rose@whg.org.au
by 5pm on Wednesday 10 March 2021
OR
Create an account with Sidekicker and visit https://app.sidekicker.com/opportunity/6408 (Ballarat role) or https://app.sidekicker.com/opportunity/6409 (Horsham role) to apply.

WHG has an exemption under the equal opportunity act to employ only women – EO exemption No. H298/2017


Health Outreach Officer

1 position available in Ballarat or Horsham areas.

We are looking for a female Health Outreach Officer to conduct health promotion activities with women from migrant and refugee communities in the Ballarat and Horsham regions of Victoria. Applicants must be women from a migrant or refugee background, living in the area. The role involves engaging migrant and refugee women on health and wellbeing issues and working with a team of Bilingual Health Educators to conduct and record interviews on the health and wellbeing needs of migrant and refugee women in the area.

Women’s Health Grampians aims to provide a supportive and inclusive workplace and we are interested in candidates who are committed to migrant and refugee women’s health from a feminist perspective. On the job training is provided by Women’s Health Grampians and Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health.

3 days a week, 6 month contract with salary packaging benefits.
To view the position description, click here.
For more information, contact Rose Durey at rose@whg.org.au or Shannon Wolf at shannonwolf@whg.org.au.

To apply for this role, please email a copy of your CV and response to the selection criteria to rose@whg.org.au
by 5pm on Wednesday 10 March 2021
OR
Create an account with Sidekicker and visit https://app.sidekicker.com/opportunity/6411 to apply.

WHG has an exemption under the equal opportunity act to employ only women – EO exemption No. H298/2017