As a WA Health graduate in the Finance and Business, General Corporate, ICT or Workforce Data Analysis streams, you will receive:
- A comprehensive induction to WA Health: The induction program will provide information, guidance and support for you to commence, develop and succeed in your new role.
- Training and development: You will receive structured training, on the job learning and professional development opportunities.
- Mentors: These are experienced staff selected from within WA Health to provide you with career support and enhance your program experience.
- Buddy: These are past graduates of the program who provide you with peer-level support.
- Placement supervisors: Supervisors oversee your work programs, manage your performance and assist with your learning.
- Program coordinator: This is the first point of contact for everyone involved in the program.
- Graduate networking and learning group: This group provides you with an opportunity to develop peer support relationships, and to share with and learn from each other’s experiences in WA Health.
- Performance management: This will assist you in managing roles and responsibilities, work requirements, performance outcomes and professional development.
- Work experience: This program will improve your job opportunities and career prospects.
- Flexible working hours: Flexible working arrangements can be negotiated to suit you and your work unit. This may involve taking time off due to working overtime hours.
- Placements: Depending on the stream, you will participate in a number of rotational work placements in non-clinical areas within the health system.
Read more about the many additional benefits in working at WA Health.