NSW Health provides a centralised web-based application process for graduate registered nurses and midwives for employment in NSW public hospitals and some not-for-profit private hospitals
The Recruitment Process
Applications are now closed for recruitment to the 2014 Transition to Professional Practice.
What happens next for eligible applicants?
As part of your application you will need two written references. One of these must be a recent clinical reference. Please download the NSW Health TPP Clinical
Reference Report templates.
If you are successful in being offered a position you are required to provide a Working With Children Check (WWCC) Clearance number. This evidence will be required when accepting the position online October 2013.
To apply for a WWCC Clearance number go to: www.newcheck.kids.nsw.gov.au . Click on “Start here” for more information and the application form.
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.
to download the Coordinator Contact List for participating NSW Local Health Districts, Networks and Hospitals.
Click on the following links for further information about graduate registered nursing and registered midwifery employment within participating NSW Local Health Districts, Networks and Hospitals:
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 eg Seek or in newspapers.