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Yackandandah Health provides an opportunity for varied and rewarding work across a range of disciplines:  aged care, early years learning, medical and primary health services, and intergenerational roles.

Employment varies in opportunity and frequency and covers full-time, part-time, casual, permanent and fixed term roles.

We offer a commitment to personal and professional development and the chance to work in an environment which is friendly and people focused.

Yackandandah Health is committed to providing a safe work environment and supports the ongoing professional development for our staff through regular in-services, education and scholarship opportunities.

For further information please contact us:

Positions Vacant


All new employees to Yackandandah Health are required to provide a current National Police Check and/or a Working with Children’s check.

If you are interested in working in our vibrant community please contact us today.


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Due to current COVID-19 restrictions we regaret to advise we are unable to utilise the services of our Volunteers nor recruit new members

Yackandandah Health has a thriving volunteer community. We have volunteers serving in a diverse range of programs and we are always interested in hearing from members of the community who are seeking a fulfilling volunteer role.

Essential Elements of Volunteering

The essential elements of volunteering include providing a service to the community because you want to, without monetary reward. Volunteering is all about gaining a sense of satisfaction by helping others and having fun at the same time. It is also a valuable opportunity to learn new and important life skills.

Types of volunteer roles include:

  • For people interested in a short-term commitment
  • Aged Services volunteer – spare half an hour or more to have a chat with a resident.

Develop a longer-term friendship with one of our residents - spend time, have a cuppa and chat.


Want to share your talent, interest, craft or other skill with a resident?


Use our vehicle to drive residents to appointments.


Work with our residents and gardener.

Requirements of a Volunteer
  • 16 years and older (anyone under 18 must have permission from a parent or guardian).
  • Undergo a National Volunteer Police Check - paid for by Yackandandah Health.
  • Commit to a minimum of six months service and a minimum of 3 hours a fortnight.
  • Complete relevant orientation and training.
  • Sign and agree to our confidentiality agreement.
  • Keep us updated with any changes in availability or contact details.
  • Insurance for volunteers is held by the organisation - volunteers are encouraged to find out details.
  • Currently insurance for volunteers over 80 years of age is limited.
How to apply to be a Volunteer with Yackandandah Health:

The service and support provided by our volunteers is greatly valued by our residents, their families and staff and can be of special benefit to the Volunteer.

If you are interested in a volunteer role with Yackandandah Health, please contact us, we would love to hear from you!

Volunteer Application Form

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