Medical Receptionist/Driver

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About us

Ramahyuck District Aboriginal Corporation (RDAC) was established as an Aboriginal Community Controlled organisation in 1992 to improve the social, health and economic outcomes for Aboriginal people.  RDAC is a leading provider of primary health care and related social and family support services to Aboriginal people and communities across Gippsland. RDAC’s services are provided at the following locations: Sale and Morwell. RDAC’s services include: general practice; health assessment and education; dental, audiology; chronic disease management; drug and alcohol counselling; child and family services; child and maternal health; home and community care; immunisation and vaccinations; social and emotional wellbeing support and counselling; allied health; client transport and corporate services; child care service and Aboriginal Best Start program.

About the role

Pay rate is based on qualifications & experience

Based in Sale VIC 3850

Part time permanent – 22.8 hours per week

Roster – Tuesday Wednesday Thursday each week

This position is a dual role which includes welcoming patients and visitors, answering telephone enquiries, assisting patients in booking appointments and providing medical transport to our local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

Duties include:


  • Answer and ensure all incoming phone calls are attended to in a prompt and courteous manner
  • Booking and confirming appointments, entering of new client details on computer software.
  • Maintain the efficient functioning of the office location, including security, monitoring and reporting the need for general building maintenance
  • Process incoming and outgoing mail, filing, scanning and documentation tasks
  • Meet and greet patient and visitors providing exceptional customer service
  • Assist with administrative functions for meetings and events, including catering
  • Ensure adequate supplies of consumables, such as stationary, printer, and kitchen supplies.
  • Maintain and update patient files ensuring all information is up to date and accurate


  • Provide medical transport assistance to patients and community as directed. transport may be local, regional or interstate
  • Maintain the condition of the vehicles, ensuring that vehicles are safe, clean and ready for patient use. Ensure vehicles have readily accessible emergency kits. Including First Aid, Spill, and Fire Extinguisher
  • Ensure that child car seats are in good condition, fitted and secured safely as per child car seat rules and regulations
  • Refuel, vacuum and wash vehicles regularly
  • Inspect parts, equipment, and vehicles for cleanliness, damage, and compliance with standards or regulations
  • Document each transport including, kilometres, location, time and date

Key requirements for the role

  1. Driver’s License
  2. Full Vaccination against COVID-19 (3 doses)
  3. Current Working with Children’s Check
  4. Current Police Check
  5. Satisfactory pre employment drug and alcohol screening

Benefits and perks

  • Enjoy working within a community based organisation and a supportive and friendly team
  • Further your career working in a regional setting close to rivers, ocean and mountains
  • Salary packaging benefits available, including general PBI salary sacrifice and meal entertainment
  • Work for a well-respected not-for-profit organisation that is developing some exciting projects and is in a growth phase
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Applicants will be shortlisted as they are received

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply

Applications will be shortlisted as they are received

Submit your application via seek alternatively, email your application to

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