Career Opportunities.


Palliative Care South East is an attractive and principled employer. This means sustaining a positive culture which values and is supportive of its employees and volunteers.

We do this by maintaining a workplace environment that reflects our core values of respect, innovation, integrity and enablement, and by demonstrating trust, honesty and compassion in all that we do.

We achieve this by:

  • Placing our clients, their carers and families at the centre of what we do
  • Demonstrating leadership driven by contemporary palliative care approaches and practices
  • Providing an environment for continuous learning that celebrates achievement and embraces change
  • Encouraging staff to take up challenges and look for opportunities for improvement
  • Facilitating individual personal and professional growth
  • Building collaborative and positive teams
  • Providing a safe and flexible work environment
  • Offering competitive salaries and conditions including salary packaging

Current Vacancies.

Please see the links below for our current vacancies.

Preferred candidates will require a clear Police Check and a current Working with Children’s Check prior to commencement of employment

Innovation and Development Officer

6-month Fixed Term Contract

0.8 FTE

Palliative Care South East is seeking a dedicated and empathetic Project Coordinator for a 6-month fixed-term contract. The role involves leading an initiative aimed at understanding the needs and concerns of current carers within our palliative care service. The primary focus of this project is to collaborate closely with carers, identifying their key priorities and challenges, and conducting a comprehensive gaps analysis to identify areas where support can be improved, and devise strategies to address these gaps effectively.


  • Proven experience in project coordination, particularly within healthcare or community services settings delivering clear outcomes.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to engage effectively with diverse stakeholders, including carers, healthcare professionals, and management.
  • Clear communication capabilities including, empathy and understanding of the challenges faced by carers in the context of palliative care.
  • Excellent organisational and time-management skills, with the ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities simultaneously.
  • Experience in conducting qualitative research, interviews and surveys, and outcome reports
  • Knowledge of palliative care principles and services is an advantage.
  • Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities and a willingness to work collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team.


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