JMO Recruitment for the 2016 Clinical Year

NSW Health co-ordinates an Annual Junior Medical Officer Recruitment Campaign where the majority of vocational and non-vocational positions are advertised for commencement in the following clinical year. Most applicants who are recruited into a JMO position in the NSW public health system apply via the campaign. This recruitment is conducted online through the NSW Health JMO eRecruit system.

Main Round Advertising

The main round of advertising for the 2016 Clinical Year is now closed.  

However, you can still view your application on the JMO eRecruit System.  If you applied for a preference matched position, you are able to update your preference up until midnight of the last day of scheduled interviews unless otherwise advised by the recruitment convenor.

Positions not filled from the main round of applications will be advertised in the second round from 21 September 2015 also via JMO eRecruit Systemand will close as listed in each individual advertisement.

For other medical vacancies within NSW Health, please visit the NSW Health eRecruit System. These vacancies are updated on a regular basis and you can search for vacancies based on specialty, level and/or Local Health District.

JMO Recruitment Help Desk

If you have questions in regards to JMO Recruitment or applying for positions that are not covered in the JMO Recruitment Frequently Asked Questions, please contact the JMO Recruitment Helpdesk at

Information for International Medical Graduates

International Medical Graduates who wish to apply for positions should also visit the Medical Board of Australia and the Australian Medical Council to ensure their registration requirements meet the standards required under the nationally consistent assessment processes introduced in 2008.

Network Recruitment Information

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Page Updated: Thursday 18 June 2015