Work With Us

Working within a feminist framework, Women’s Health East addresses the social, political and environmental factors impacting on the health, safety and wellbeing of women. Our health promotion priorities are the Prevention of Violence Against Women, Sexual and Reproductive Health, and Gender Equity.

Working at Women’s Health East, you will be a part of a dynamic organisation with shared social values and a commitment to making a making a difference.

Benefits of working with Women’s Health East:

  • Salary packaging
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Supportive & friendly working environment
  • Opportunities & support for professional development
  • Healthy Work policy
  • Well-appointed office, located in a Heritage building with surrounding parklands
  • Free car parking

Equal Opportunity

Women’s Health East has an exemption under the equal opportunity act to employ only women: EO exemption A1 50/2012.


Current Opportunities

Project Coordinator, Together For Equality & Respect
Partnering For Sustained Action Project

Full time until 31 July 2018

Provide leadership to the prevention of violence against women across seven local government areas.
Be a part of this exciting project which will work with new and existing partners to develop the TFER Prevention of Violence Against Women Action Plan 2017 – 2021, build a stronger focus on intersectional practice and add value to the implementation of respectful relationship education in local schools.

The successful applicant will demonstrate:
• Significant expertise in intersectional prevention of violence of against women practice
• Excellent project management skills
• Highly developed ability to build and maintain effective partnerships

Salary based on skills and experience, and generous salary packaging offered.

View the position description

See below for information on how to apply.

For more info speak to Kristine Olaris on 9851 3700

Applications should be sent to by midnight on Thursday 22nd June 2017

WHE has an exemption under the equal opportunity act to employ only women – EO exemption A1 50/2012. Women from Aboriginal or culturally diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

How To Apply For A Job At Women’s Health East

Applications must to be sent to, with the job title in the subject line, and include the following documents:

1. Covering letter
2. Statement of how you meet the selection criteria
3. Current curriculum vitae
4. Names and contact details of at least 2 professional referees

Applicants will receive a confirmation that their email application has been received.  Only applications received by the closing date and time will be considered.

Applications are shortlisted according to the selection criteria outlined in the position description. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted to arrange an interview.  Referees will only be contacted following interviews.

All applicants will be contacted regarding the outcome of their application.

Before applying to Work With Us (as staff, a volunteer, or student), please ensure you understand the information provided on this page. Job applicants, please follow the application procedure above.


We greatly value the involvement of volunteers however, due to the nature of our work, we have limited volunteer positions available. If you would like to volunteer with us, please email your CV and completed volunteer application form to

Volunteer Application Form (pdf)

We appreciate your interest in working with us!


Women’s Health East is committed to the ongoing professional development of health promotion students. We offer a number of placements throughout the year, which we organise through the universities.

If you would like to carry out your student placement with us, please discuss this with your course supervisor.

We appreciate your interest in working with us!