Search for a job. Recruitment campaigns and initiatives. Aboriginal workforce. Allied health. Ambulance Service of NSW. Imagine Rural. Medical. Nursing and midwifery. Oral health. via
How do I get a job in NSW health?
Complete your application using the online form on the NSW Health Careers website, including your work experience, education and responses to any open-ended 'targeted' questions. If you can't access the online form, please contact the hiring manager or contact person to discuss if alternate methods are possible. via
What is Rob in NSW health?
The Recruitment and Onboarding (ROB) system is a statewide solution that provides contemporary capabilities and tools for a simple and integrated platform to manage all aspects of the recruitment process. The key functionality of the ROB system includes: Attraction and sourcing of candidates. via
How long is NSW Health recruitment?
You will hear from one of our staff members within 1–2 weeks if you have been selected for an interview. via
What is Careers NSW?
Careers NSW is being established to provide career guidance to NSW residents at any stage of their career. connect people to accessible and quality career guidance. advise on educational pathways and qualifications that match people to the skills they need to be employed faster. via
How do I get a job in healthcare?
How do I prepare for a NSW Health Interview?
Can I travel within NSW?
Travelling intrastate (within NSW)
If you live in NSW regional and rural areas, you must have a reasonable excuse to enter Greater Sydney including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour local government areas. via
What does NSW Health do?
The purpose of NSW Health is to plan the provision of comprehensive, balanced and coordinated health services to promote, protect, develop, maintain and improve the health and wellbeing of the people of New South Wales. via
How do I delete my NSW Health account?
Does NSW Health drug test employees?
Health workers in New South Wales public hospitals could be forced to dob in colleagues suspected of being impaired by drugs. New South Wales chief health officer Dr Greg Stewart says the department is also considering mandatory drug testing where a health worker is identified as having a problem. via
What is recruitment pool in NSW health?
Talent pools are used as part of the recruitment process for the Ministry of Health. A talent pool is a group of suitable candidates (whether or not existing Public Service employees) who have been assessed against capabilities at certain levels. via
How do I answer the NSW health selection criteria?
How do I get a job in NSW?
If you're interested in working in the NSW public sector, you can search for a job online at the 'I work for NSW' website (formerly jobs. nsw). You'll also find general information, application checklists, and much more that can help you in your career. via
How can I get a job in NSW?
When can you get a job in NSW?
What age can I start work? There is no minimum age to start casual or part-time work in NSW. However, you have to be 14 and 9 months to do door-to-door sales work. via