Primary Care Connect advertises all available position on the vacancy page of the organisations website – If you require further information regarding the preparation of your application or if you need further details about the vacant position, please telephone the number supplied in the advertisement.



Our position descriptions outline all the relevant details of work including: work type (e.g. full-time or part-time), hours of work, salary and most importantly the tasks and duties that are to be completed. It is important to thoroughly read all information in the job vacancies and the position description to understand the role and its requirements.


Students seeking Student Placement opportunities must seek information and application details on PCC website, and liaise with their relevant careers/placement advisor at their Educational Institution prior to completing an online application.


All applicants are requested to include the following details in their online application:

Closing Date for Applications

All applications should be submitted via our online application system no later than the closing, which you will find on the advertisement. Late applications will not be accepted, except on extenuating circumstances by approval of Manager People and Resilience.


The selection panel will assess all the information that applicants provide, initially focusing on knowledge and skills, specialist expertise and desirable/mandatory qualifications to determine whether the applicants will be short-listed for interview. Personal qualities will generally be assessed at interview and through reference checking for those candidates who progress to these stages. If applicants are short-listed, they will be invited to attend a panel interview. Applicants who are not short-listed will be notified via email.


An interview panel will generally comprise of two or three people and the interview will normally take approximately 45 minutes. At interview, the panel will ask questions related to the key selection criteria detailed in the position description. As the interview progresses, the panel may ask additional questions to allow you to expand on topics and information that you have provided in your responses.

Successful Candidates

Successful candidates will be advised verbally of their successful appointment to the position, followed by a formal letter of offer. A signed copy of the contract of employment must be returned along with other employee documentation to signify acceptance.

Unsuccessful Candidates

Candidates that have been interviewed but are ultimately unsuccessful will be advised by formal e-mail advice. Any documentation relating to unsuccessful candidates will be securely destroyed following the recruitment process.

Record Check, Working with Children Check & Victorian Licence

PCC requires all successful candidates to undergo a satisfactory Police Record Check, obtain a satisfactory Working with Children Check (WWC) and hold a current Victorian Drivers Licence. The cost of obtaining a WWC and a Drivers Licence will be at your expense. PCC is not obliged to consider any applicant who does not consent to undergo these checks or hold sufficient licenses.


All new employees to Primary Care Connect are subject to a formal six-month probation period, during which time there will be opportunity to see how the employee is settling in to their new role.