NSW Health coordinates a number of specific campaigns and intitiatives. All other NSW Health vacancies are advertised online.
NSW Health co-ordinates an annual Junior Medical Officer Recruitment campaign where a number of vocational and non-vocational positions are advertised for the following clinical year. This recruitment is conducted online through the NSW Health JMO eRecruit System.
Area of Need Program
The objective of the Area of Need (AoN) program is to assist in the provision of general practice and specialist medical services to locations in NSW that have limited access to such services.
Transition to Professional Practice (Graduate Nursing and Midwifery Recruitment)
The Transition to Professional Practice (Graduate Nursing and Midwifery Recruitment) is an initiative which assist students transition to work as a registered nurse or registered midwife.
Midwifery Student Applications for Recruitment and Training (MidStART)
The MidStART initiative provides opportunities for registered nurses to undertake practical experience to support additional qualifications in midwifery.
Overseas recruitment initiatives
Panel of Overseas Recruitment Agencies (PORA)
Overseas recruitment is one strategy employed by the NSW public health system to address shortages of health professionals. In August 2008, the NSW Ministry of Health formed a panel of commercial recruitment agencies known as the Panel of Overseas Recruitment Agencies (PORA).
The purpose of the panel is to provide quality assurance, cost effectiveness and standardisation in the process of overseas recruitment. When engaging a recruitment agency to carry out any overseas recruitment, employers must use a member of the PORA.
Senior executive positions
Pursuant to Section 121B (2) of the Health Services Act 1997 a list of positions determined as Health Executive Service is to be made publicly available on the Ministry of Health website.
Find out more about Senior Executive Positions.