Health Management Internship Program (Vic)

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The Health Management Internship Program (HMIP) is supported by the Victorian Government.

Victoria HMIP Graduation 2017

On Friday 23 March 2018, Simon Hogan and Angeline Kuek of the Victorian Health Management Intern Program were presented with their Graduation Certificates.

We would like to congratulate our all graduates and wish them all the best for their future endeavours. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all those involved in the Intern program – organisations who have placed an intern, preceptors and supervisors, and mentors who support them.

Simon Hogan

Simon commenced the Management Intern program in 2016.

He completed a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) at the University of Melbourne and had previously worked in the field of Mental Health. Prior to working in health, Simon spent six years with the Geelong Cats, playing with the AFL side during the premiership years of 2009 and 2011.

He joined the program to get experience in a variety of health settings so that he could make informed decisions on the direction of his career.  

During the program Simon's work placements included Monash Health, East Grampians Health Service, DHHS – Metropolitan Performance and Alfred Health.

Simon currently works at Alfred Health.

Angeline Kuek

Angeline commenced the Management Intern program in 2016.

Angeline completed a Master of Public Health at the University of Adelaide and she also holds a Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Hons) from the University of Melbourne. She has previously worked in Singapore and in South Australia as a research assistant in the field of mental health and eating disorders.

Angeline joined the Program as she wanted to gain experience in project management and increase her knowledge about the operational aspects of health services.

During the program her placements included Barwon Health with the Health Innovation and Projects Office, and Health Informatics, KPMG, and the Prevention, Population Health and Place Branch at DHHS.

Angie is currently a senior consultant with the Health, Ageing and Human Services team at KPMG.

Applications for the 2018 intake are now closed.

About the program

The Health Management Program (Victoria) offers committed, high potential interns the opportunity to develop the skills, capabilities and knowledge required to begin a career in managing the challenges and complexities of health service delivery across Victoria. Throughout the two years of the program, Management Interns are given the opportunity to be exposed to a variety of different workplace and educational opportunities. Please read all the documentation prior to submitting your application.

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We value Aboriginal people’s individual and collective knowledge, skills and leadership capabilities in our workforce. The Victorian Department of Health and Human Services is seeking to support Aboriginal people to participate in the HMIP and encourages Aboriginal people to apply for the Department sponsored intern position.

Program eligibility

To be eligible for this program, applicants must provide proof of their Australian Citizenship or permanent Australian residency status.

If you are applying for the Aboriginal internship position please indicate this on your online application form in the declaration section by indicating that you identify as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person.

How to apply

Stage 1: Online application process

Complete and submit the application form by midnight Monday 24 July 2017. Important: Please read all documents prior to completing your application.

Stage 2: Group Interview

All shortlisted applications will be advised via email and/or telephone. The group interview will be a skills assessment and is required for those who are successful in their Stage 1 application. The assessment is made up of a 2-3 hour session comprising two different tasks to assess your ability to critically think, problem solve, work in teams, prioritise information, analyse data and presentation information. 

The assessment will be held in Melbourne in mid-late August. Panel members will comprise representatives from a recruitment agency, placement organisations, a previous intern and ACHSM members. 

Stage 3: Individual Interviews

The final stage of the selection process is a face to face interview with a panel of individuals and will be 30 minutes in duration. The interviews may or may not be on the same day as the group interviews. 

Stage 4: Offers and Commencement

Candidates will be emailed preliminary offers and asked to verbally accept. A formal contract will then be emailed for signing and return to ACHSM. If you accept the placement a one off Program fee of $1000+GST is applicable. The Program will commence with orientation on Monday 8th January, 2018. 


About the Vic HMIP
Recruitment and selection guidelines
- FAQs

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:
Julie Owen
Executive Officer
T: (03) 9654 5641
(Mon, Wed, Thu)

Click here to email Julie

Only persons who are eligible to live and work in Australia permanently should apply.