VicHealth is committed to providing a workplace that is free from discrimination, harassment and bullying as is outlined in our Equity and Diversity Policy


Equal Opportunity Officers

 

VicHealth has empowered a number of employees to receive Victorian Equal Opportunity & Human Rights Commission training to become Equal Opportunity Officers. 

These officers act as a confidential 'sounding board' for employees, a person employees can speak to informally about equity and diversity, harassment and bullying. 

Their role is to provide objective and accurate advice relating to our policy and processes in order for employees to make informed decisions.

Diversity Committee

VicHealth have developed a Diversity committee, that is made up of employee representatives to address the areas of diversity within the workplace. The committee is made up of employees from across the organisation.

Disability

VicHealth undertook the development of the Disability ActionPlan (DAP) 2013–15 to ensure people with a disability have the same fundamental rights as any other Victorian when accessing and engaging with the organisation. 

The DAP ensures that the principles of equity and inclusivity are central to VicHealth’s practice by creating an inclusive and welcoming environment for all employees, partner agencies and stakeholders.

In addition to a number of other advertising platforms, we also communicate all vacancies via our partners at Disability Employment Services.

Indigenous recruitment

VicHealth undertook the development of a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) 2013–15 to ensure that the principles of reconciliation and equity are central to VicHealth’s practice by creating an inclusive and welcoming environment for all employees, partner agencies and stakeholders. 

In addition to a number of other advertising platforms, we also advertise all vacancies via www.atsijobs.com.au/