If you are in danger, please use a safer computer, or call 000 (Australian emergency number). To leave this site quickly, click the Quick Exit button shown above. Your browsing history may remain on your computer.


Primary Care Connect is an innovative and supportive Community Health Service and provide services in City of Greater Shepparton, Moira Shire, Strathbogie Shire, Mitchell Shire and Murrindindi Shire. Primary Care Connect offers outstanding career and work opportunities in:

  • Professional Development
  • Opportunities to shape the way we deliver services
  • EFT flexibility and
  • Employee benefits such as salary packaging and employee wellbeing program

Join our Primary Care Connect team and enjoy contributing to the health of our communities today.


FULL TIME – 75 hours p/f

There are two distinct functions within this role;
Care and Recovery (C&R) Coordination 
C&R will be provided to clients that are assessed as complex at the Intake and Assessment function. These clients will account for around 30% of the proposed Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) clientele and will supplement other AOD treatment services over a long period whilst also supporting clients requiring enhanced support during treatment.

Clients will have an established Individual Treatment Plan (ITP) which will be developed by the Assessment function. The ITP will be the foundation from which the Clinician will develop and implement an appropriate course of treatment and develop a more comprehensive longer-term care coordination response and plan based on the client assessed needs and in consultation with the client and family, carer, significant other. The Clinician will be engaged with clients throughout the recovery journey and post exit for up to 12 months.

The Counsellor will operate from an ‘evidence-based’ approach which assumes that the basis for the treatment approach adopted with a particular client should be based on an integration of best existing research evidence; clinical wisdom and expertise; and client circumstances, needs and expectations.

Counselling will be provided to clients in most instances via face to face appointments, with the options of online, ‘Skype, phone, group and day programs. Phone and Skype appointments will be provided for remote clients between scheduled face to face appointments. Clients will be assessed as either standard or complex and this will result in either brief interventions or longer term interventions including group work. For those that are complex, they will already have an ITP and a Care Recovery Plan which will be used to inform the clinical assessment in order to determine the client’s evidence based counselling requirements.

Contact Debbie McDonald – Manager Clinical Services on (03) 5823 3200 for more information.

Applications will close at 5.00pm on Friday 23rd October.


FULL TIME – 75 hours p/f

The Manager Health Services is operationally focused. The main function is to provide support and oversight for clinical staff to ensure an optimal experience and outcome for the client. In addition, there will be a responsibility to research, develop and implement change for existing and new program opportunities, using population health data and other related evidence.

The position will work with staff to improve access and experience for quality integrated multidisciplinary care, across the care continuum. This position will actively engage, develop and maintain collaborative partnerships and seek new and innovative opportunities for quality service model design and delivery.

Contact Hannah Dolling – Executive Manager Health Services on (03) 5823 3200 for more information.

Applications will close at 5.00 on Friday 6th November. 


FULL TIME – 75 hours p/f

The Advanced Family Violence Practice Leader is a practice leadership position in The Orange Door. 

Auspiced by Primary Care Connect within The Orange Door network, the Advanced Family Violence Practice Leader will work in close partnership with the Hub Manager, other practice leaders (Integrated Practice Leader, Senior Child Protection Practitioner/s and Aboriginal Practice Leader) and team leaders to lead family violence practice in The Orange Door and support secondary consultations with internal and external service providers. 

The Advanced Family Violence Practice Leader is responsible for providing practice leadership on risk assessment, risk management and planning for family violence and providing expert advice to the Orange Door workforce in relation to complex family violence cases and perpetrator interventions. The Advanced Family Violence Practice Leader will proactively build specialist evidence-based family violence knowledge and capability across the Orange Door workforce in line with the Orange Door Service Model and Integrated Practice Framework.

The Advanced Family Violence Practice Lead will work as part of a team working collaboratively to improve capability, integrated practice and provide specialist knowledge. This role is based at The Orange Door Shepparton.

We expect that all candidates who are interested in the position to include in their application the following;

  • Cover letter
  • Key Selection Criteria Statement
  • Resume
  • At least two professional references

Contact Sheree Monteleone – Manager Clinical Services on (03) 5823 3200 for more information.

Applications will close at 5.00pm on Friday 6th November.