Work with REDHS

Grow your career in the Rochester / Campaspe Region

  • Be part of our community; safe and family friendly
  • Stunning, open landscapes
  • Affordable housing
  • Proximity to Echuca, Bendigo and Shepparton

Known for its scenery, sunshine and rivers, Rochester and the Campaspe region offer a wonderful alternative to city-based living. With welcoming communities and affordable housing, the Rochester / Campaspe region is an idea to grow your health career.

At a glance:

  • 195 km north of Melbourne (Rochester)
  • Current population 3,100 – Rochester; Campaspe Region 37,000
  • 4 primary schools, 1 high school (Rochester / Elmore)
    • Total 20 primary schools, 9 secondary schools across the Campaspe region
  • Bendigo TAFE (Echuca campus)
  • 4 hospitals, including REDHS
  • Key industries of work – Health Care & Social Assistance, Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing, Manufacturing, Retail Trade, Construction, Accommodation & Food Services, Education & Training.
  • Major rivers: Murray, Campaspe, Goulburn
  • Daily passenger V/line train and coach services
  • Freight rail network
  • Echuca Aerodrome

Staff Benefits

  • Salary Packaging – as a Not for Profit organisation you can pay less tax and keep more of your pay. Eligible employees may also be able to access additional ‘Remote Area Housing’ benefits.
  • Onsite café with great coffee!
  • A comprehensive orientation program, ongoing training and professional development opportunities including workplace support from our onsite educator.
  • Wellbeing initiatives that recognise the wonderful work you do and promote a healthy work/life balance
  • Walking distance to train station, local shops and services with a medical clinic co-located on site
  • Free access to onsite gym for all REDHS staff
  • Staff Immunization Program (Influenza, COVID-19)
  • Free onsite parking
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Smoke free environment

Our commitment to inclusivity

REDHS strives to create a workforce which reflects the community we serve. We believe that a workforce that recognises and celebrates diversity and gender equality will best meet the health and well-being needs of all people we serve.

These include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples; people with disability, members of the LGBTQ+ community including transgender and gender diverse people, intersex people; people experiencing health inequalities, and, culturally and linguistically diverse people.