As of 1 February 2021, we became the Victorian Health Building Authority (formerly VHHSBA), a branch of the Department of Health (DH). This website will be updated to reflect the changes to the Victorian Government.
The Victorian Health Building Authority is responsible for the planning, delivery and oversight of Victoria’s health infrastructure, including public hospitals, community health services, residential aged care, mental health facilities and ambulance branches across the state.
Our critical work includes:
managing the planning and delivery of new health infrastructure projects
community and stakeholder engagement
contributing to precinct design and urban planning
developing best practice guidelines for managing health infrastructure
upgrading and managing state-wide medical and engineering equipment.
If you are passionate about public health and interested in contributing to the planning, design and delivery of world-class health infrastructure, then we want to hear from you.
Help shape the future of healthcare in Victoria by pursuing a career with the Victorian Health and Human Services Building Authority.
Our expert teams in planning and development, asset strategy, delivery and communications and engagement strive to provide innovative and sustainable solutions to ensure our health system meets the current and future needs of all Victorians.
We value diversity and encourage people of all abilities, backgrounds, genders and cultures to join our organisation.
Career opportunities at the Victorian Health Building Authority can be found on the careers.vic.gov.au website.
You can also find helpful information for graduates and traineeships, disability employment and volunteering by searching under Career pathways.
We work with organisations with specialist expertise in health service design and planning, architecture, engineering, construction, project management, property and asset management.
If you are a business interested in supplying goods and services to support our projects, please visit our Procurement page for more information, including:
how we procure
how we invite organisations to supply
how to find out about opportunities
becoming prequalified for closed tenders and quotes