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 2014 recruitment are now closed.
Applications for the NSW Health 2015 Transition to Professional Practice recruitment:
Open: 10am Monday 2 June 2014
Close: 10am Tuesday 1 July 2014
Click here to download your personal copy of the 2015 Transition to Professional Practice Handbook.
This handbook is designed to assist you in your application for employment and transition from student to registered nurse or registered midwife.
Applications will only be accepted through the centralised online recruitment site. This site will open here at 10am on Monday 2 June.
To be eligible to apply for the 2015 Transition to Professional Practice, you must:
- Be completing your nursing or midwifery course (final results received) between 1 June 2014 and 31 May 2015.
- Be eligible for registration as a registered nurse or registered midwife with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia prior to the agreed date for the commencement of employment.
- Be an Australian Citizen or hold a visa that allows ongoing full-time employment in Australia.
Priority selection will be given to Australian Citizens, Australian permanent residents and New Zealand citizens. Please see the 2015 Transition to Professional Practice Handbook for more information about this.
As part of your application you will need to provide two written references. One of these must be a recent clinical reference.
Click here to download the NSW Health Clinical TPP Referee Report template.
Click here to download the NSW Health General TPP Referee Report template.
Information about participating health facilities
Detailed information about participating health facilities, including their positions and specialty programs offered, intake dates and other relevant information about graduate nursing and midwifery recruitment, can be found at the individual local health district/networks and private hospital websites or by contacting the relevant coordinator. Click here to download the Local Health Districts/Networks and Hospital Coordinator Contact List.
Direct website links are below: