The East Metropolitan Health Service (EMHS) values every one of their team members’ contributions and encourages integration across the health services’ professions, sites and services.
EMHS employs over 8000 staff and oversees comprehensive tertiary, secondary and primary-level health care services across the metropolitan area east of Perth.
Why work for EMHS?
EMHS hospitals provide state-of-the-art health services and rewarding employment opportunities in an environment which values work-life balance.
EMHS provides a supportive work environment and generous employment conditions, as well as numerous benefits such as:
- Rewarding and challenging work roles
- A professional working environment and culture
- Strong teamwork focus
- Career opportunities in specialty and acute care, as well as a diverse array of general medical services
- Leadership and professional development programs
- Access to education, training and research opportunities
- A culturally diverse workforce and a commitment to equitable employment and work practices
Job opportunities at all EMHS sites are advertised on the WA Health Jobs board, where you can register to receive a job alert email to be notified when relevant jobs are advertised.
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Careers and Graduate Programs
The WA Health Careers website provides information about the diverse range of occupations available in health and the education / training requirements.
Graduate opportunities are available in corporate, nursing and medical groups.
EMHS is committed to ensuring that our health services are delivered by people who are representative of the communities we serve.
EMHS is strongly committed to increasing employment opportunities for Aboriginal people and strongly encourage job applications from Aboriginal people.
ATSI employees bring diverse knowledge, skills and understanding of their histories, traditions and culture to the health service. Increasing the employment of Aboriginal people in EMHS sites will offer the opportunity to deliver better services and health outcomes for Aboriginal patients and families. It will also provide employment and social, cultural and economic opportunities for local Aboriginal people.
Diversity and Equal Opportunity
WA Health is committed to eliminating all forms of discrimination in the provision of our service. We embrace diversity and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities.
WA Health Equity and Diversity Strategy 2015-2020