Exciting opportunities exist for health professionals and non-clinical staff to work in outstanding facilities and multidisciplinary team environments across the state.
NSW Health aims to increase the Aboriginal workforce across the public health sector in clinical, non-clinical and leadership roles. This in turn will support the economic and social well being of Aboriginal people.
Rural and regional life in NSW has so much to offer and health workers are needed in these communities now more than ever. Whether you're a nurse, doctor, therapist, mental health clinician, social worker or paramedic - there are roles available at more than 228 public hospitals and hundreds of health facilities across NSW.
Opportunities are available for a range of allied and other health professionals including mental health, adult and paediatric care and aged care. Positions are available for acute and subacute care, rehabilitation and in community-based health services.
Join the most trusted profession. The Ambulance Service of New South Wales is the largest in Australia and the second largest in the world. It provides high quality clinical care, emergency and other health-related transport services throughout NSW.
Rewarding career opportunities are available for all categories of doctors including specialists, hospital non-specialists and trainees across all areas of medicine. Enjoy a flexible career with a diverse and interesting case mix where you will be involved in many aspects of a patient's care.
There has never been a better time to consider a career in nursing or midwifery.
Few professions offer the opportunities, challenges and rewards available in these exciting careers.
Excellent career opportunities are available for oral health professionals. NSW Health provides general oral health services, such as examinations, fillings and dentures, through dental clinics based in schools, community health centres and hospitals across the state.