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.
The Development and Improvement Department supports East Grampians Health Service by delivering, implementing and monitoring systems and processes that provide the framework for good clinical governance reflecting government and community expectations.
What we Offer
About the Role
As a respiratory program fit tester you will be responsible for testing EGHS staff against a number of selected brands, model and sizes of P2/N95 respirators to ensure they adequately fit the wearer and protects them from harm.
The Respiratory Protection Program seeks to improve both health services and health care worker’s knowledge and understanding of respiratory protection.
Your communication and interpersonal skills will be of a high standard, including the ability to identify and solve problems constructively. Computer skills are essential for this role as well as an ability to work with testing equipment.
Previous experience as a fit tester in a health environment is desirable. Training will be provided if necessary.
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 Jaclyn Bishop – Manager, Development & Improvement on (03) 5352-9437.
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 an up to date resume including two business referees by close of business Thursday 17 August 2023.
East Grampians Health Service is an equal opportunity employer.