Anam Cara House Geelong is currently recruiting
Anam Cara House Geelong is an inclusive workplace that encourages diversity. Our focus of person-centred palliative care is on quality of life, symptom management and comfort.
With our new purpose-built facility, operating at Deakin University in Waurn Ponds, we are growing our workforce. Please get in touch with us: firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Get in touch with our Clinical Team: email@example.com
A cover letter and resume can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep an eye on our clinical roles for any upcoming positions.
Not-for profit. For Geelong.
In a unique, home-like environment, our guests are given choice and dignity when it matters most.
We provide a range of person-centered palliative care services, with best practice clinical care and support from trained palliative care volunteers. Our focus of person-centered care is on quality of life, symptom management and comfort.
Why Anam Cara
At Anam Cara House Geelong, we value our employees and volunteers and want this to be a great place to work. We pride ourselves on offering a flexible workplace supporting a variety of working styles, a supportive team, and health renumeration salary packaging benefits where appropriate.
Our Core Values
At Anam Cara House Geelong, we envision a future where everyone has the opportunity to live with dignity, experience quality of life at end-of-life, and to die well in the place they choose. We are a not-for-profit organisation providing support and care for people living with a life-limiting illness.
The new Anam Cara House Geelong
Due to the demand now and in the future of our growing region, we’ve outgrown our 4-bed facility and have built and moved into our new world-class, purpose-built home.
The new Anam Cara House Geelong is located in a beautiful rural setting with elevated views at Deakin University in Waurn Ponds. Architecturally designed with 20 private bedrooms, open communal areas and landscaped gardens, it has been carefully designed to feel like a home for guests, their families and carers.