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Want to live in a stunning part of Australia while expanding your clinical skills?
Victoria is the place for you.
Supporting health professionals in the workplace and other areas of their life can be the difference between them staying or going.
RWAV works to ensure the health workforce have access to comprehensive occupational support.
Outreach programs significantly improves the access to a range of health services in rural areas.
RWAV supports the health professionals delivering these services.
Relocation support assists both employers and nursing and allied health professionals in rural and remote Australia.
Under the program RWAV will provide, at no-cost, assistance to employers and healthcare professionals.
Support for employers during the recruitment process includes promoting vacancies, screening applicants, induction and case management.
For candidates, RWAV offers financial and professional support for while they work rurally including relocation expenses, continuing professional development and family support.
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