See yourself in WA Health?

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WA Health welcomes the diversity and wealth of experience that overseas professionals bring to our health services. Job vacancies in the WA Government Health Services are advertised on the WA Health Jobs Board (external site).

Before applying for jobs in WA Health it is important to read the application guidelines carefully to ensure you will meet the employment criteria and will be able to provide all the required information within your application. Visa sponsorship opportunities may be available to you and should be discussed with the recruiters for individual positions.

Find out more about living and working in WA.

Further information is available for international health professionals:

The International Workforce Supply Bureau (IWSB)

WA Health International Workforce Bureau (IWSB) facilitates targeted sourcing and recruitment strategies to fill in-demand and specialty workforce requirements for WA Health.

International medical or nursing candidates who have been referred to leave an expression of interest (EOI) to work in WA Health, can do so via the IWSB medical or nursing EOI portals. Health professionals leaving an expression of interest must be eligible for registration with the relevant board and/or specialist college to be able to practise in Australia. Before submitting your expression of interest, ensure you have a copy of your CV ready to upload. Please be aware that this is an expression of interest only, not a job application.

Nursing and midwifery candidates

  1. Submit your expression of interest via the IWSB nursing & midwifery EOI portal (external site).
  2. Login at any time to update your expression of interest (external site)

Medical candidates

  1. Register your details in MedJobsWA (external site).
  2. Submit your expression of interest via the IWSB medical EOI portal (external site).

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