NSW Health provides a centralised web-based recruitment scheme for graduate registered nurses and midwives to apply for employment in NSW public hospitals and some not-for-profit private hospitals.
Applications for all positions in the 2015 Transition to Professional Practice have closed.
The ongoing recruitment process for applicants post interview
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On Wednesday 1 October 2014: Applicants will be notified by email of their interview outcome.
If you do not receive an interview outcome letter by Thursday 2 October, please contact email@example.com and include your TPP ID number and date of birth in all enquiries.
Successful applicants must accept or decline their position online through the weblink provided in the job offer letter by Wednesday 15 October 2014.
To access the online acceptance portal, you will require your TPP ID Number and date of birth. As part of your online acceptance, you will be required to enter your Working With Children Check (WWCC) Clearance number and declare any criminal history.
You will not be able to accept the position if you do not have the required WWCC Clearance number and may lose your offer of position.
Please note: You should be aware that the initial number you receive when applying for a WWCC online is not the Clearance number. Please carefully follow the instructions, which include identification verification and payment at a NSW Motor Registry or NSW Government Access Centre, to complete your application process.
If you do not receive a position offer, you are encouraged to seek feedback on your interview performance by contacting the relevant person identified in your interview outcome letter.
Employment opportunities also exist in the Private, Aged Care and Disability Care Sectors. Vacancies in these sectors are usually advertised on specific organisations’ websites, through recruitment websites such as Seek or in newspapers.