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Located in Melbourne CBD
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About Us

Located in the heart of Melbourne, The Living Room powered by Youth Projects is a free primary health service for people at risk of, or experiencing homelessness in the central business district (CBD) of Melbourne. We are a dedicated and energetic multi-disciplinary team comprised of GPs, nurses, mental health & AOD specialists, welfare workers and complementary therapists. We recognise the complex and varying needs of our clients and offer a holistic model of care.

Youth Projects Limited provides front line support to individuals experiencing disadvantage, unemployment, homelessness, alcohol and other drug issues, and young people looking to re-engage with learning and employment. We are an Australian-based independent, registered charity.

Our mission is to provide life-changing, wrap-around support. Our connected model of support is rare in the community sector. We have always offered a holistic approach that combines multiple services in one place. Often people who are homeless don’t get all the help they need and frequently miss out on access to key needs like health or education, mental health support or help with drug problems, That’s why our model of help makes the most impact by tackling the hardest problems for people lost in the service system.

We are a non-judgmental service with a strong focus on respect, client-centred care and harm prevention.

About the Roles

Youth Projects is seeking General Practitioners to join its Living Room Primary Health Care Service which delivers holistic health care to Melbourne’s most disadvantaged. Established as a program of Youth Projects in 2003, the Living Room Primary Health Service includes a bulk billing medical practice and a range of innovative allied health services within a social model of health.

This is a rare opportunity to work in a high profile service where you can be involved in the provision of innovative health services to individuals with complex healthcare needs. The role works in a dynamic inner city location and helps change the lives of those in most need.

What we offer

We are committed to creating an inclusive and transparent workplace culture where people can develop to be their very best. You will be supported by a team that wants to see you succeed. Your success is our success!

Youth Projects provides not-for-profit salary packaging, ongoing professional development opportunities including becoming a registered, and regular clinical supervision. We also offer an Employee Assistance Program and being part of a supportive and inclusive community-based team.

Access to highly qualified and motivated multidisciplinary team based in the Clinic including:

  • Practice nurse both in-house and RDNS outreach capacity
  • Mental Health Nurse
  • Dual Diagnosis Counsellor
  • Mental Health Occupational Therapist
  • Community development team for care coordination
  • Allied Health including Hepatitis Nurse, podiatry, dietetics, optometry and social support services

Experienced clinic reception and practice administrative support

Pharmacotherapy prescriber and hepatitis S100

How to apply

To apply, please send applications to and include a Resume and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria as outlined in the position description.

The position description can be viewed here.

Applications close Sunday 29 July 2018.

For further information please contact Tania Apenianski, Clinical Team Coordinator, Youth Projects, on 9304 9100

Our commitment to diversity

At Youth Projects, we value diversity and believe that a range of backgrounds brings a variety of ideas, perspectives and experiences that will enhance our effectiveness.

We promote a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value unique contributions and encourage applications from candidates with a disability, culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and indigenous candidates

Safety screening

Youth Projects has a zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to the provision of a child-safe organisation. All Youth Projects staff must undergo the Police and Work with Children Checks. Any person with a negative notice on their Working with Children Check will not be eligible for employment with us.