HMO 2- recently upgraded to HMO3 since July 2017 (Current Employee) – Ballarat VIC – 20 July 2017
Ballarat Base Hospital has been a very good start of my career in Australia. Most of the time medical work force is very supportive, understanding and flexible. 80 percent of the times roster is maintaining a good work family life balance. consultants are approachable `and supportive. The hardest part of job so far was my surgical night rotation. 13 hour of night shift takes the life out of you, specially if it were to be for a whole term.(3 months) Emergency department have got a best working culture , enjoys the most working in Emergency department. Like any other place, we do have some trouble makers in team who can be non supportive, bully and racist at times. and they are on every level from nursing staff to consultant level.
flexible hours, healthy learning environment to grow
Former mental health clinician (Former Employee) – Ballarat VIC – 8 October 2016
I worked at BMHS for two years and it was the worst years of my life. Google 'Ballarat mental health service bullying' and you'll find all you need to know. Bad practice, terrible management, and horrifying working conditions. It's just plain negligence and dangerous for clinicians.
Not a happy place to work especially in the nursing homes. Bullying was rife and came from every direction. Staff dobbed on each other, content to get others in trouble. This approach was encouraged by management. Expected to attend meetings out of work hours.
Gardener (Former Employee) – Ballarat Victoria – 26 May 2015
I am were active and take pride in achieving the best results. I have learned time management and working in a team environment. I have alway had great Employers that have always been willing for myself to learn and better myself. I love hard work as its always gives me pride at the end of the day to see what I have achieved in that day. Ienjoy working others and am always eager to learn new things.
Fun place to work nice people always something to do and learn
General Laundry Hand (Former Employee) – Eureka Linen Lonsdale Street – 23 February 2014
the most important thing I learned for myself is better communication with others as well as to operate machines and always ask questions.Always excited about going to work management always helpful and friendly as with co workers
student nurse (Former Employee) – melbourne,vic – 10 March 2013
during my clinical posting in Ballarat health service i learned a lot of things,i learned how to work according to Australian standards.Developed good time management skills and improved my quantity and quality of professional skills.