Our Recruitment Process

It may take you just four easy steps to advance your career! See below to learn just how easy this can be.

Step One: Tailor your CV and write a covering letter

Your CV is very important - it's your chance to showcase your abilities and highlight why you are the best person for the job on offer. It should highlight the skills and experience you've gained throughout your career to date. Here's some advice which should help you deliver a first class CV!

  • Compile your CV in reverse order (showing your most recent experience first). Show the month and year you commenced each position and give a brief summary of the duties performed, and your achievements reached.  If you are applying for a clinical role, we highly recommend you include detailed information relating to the experience you hold within the specialities offered at our hospitals.
  • Highlight in a covering letter why you believe your skills meet the requirements of the position.
  • Check and double check your spelling and grammar.

Step Two: Apply

If you've seen a position you would like to apply for, please take a few minutes to apply online. This won't take long and you will be asked to attach a copy of your CV. Just follow the steps in the online application form. It's that easy.

When you have successfully submitted your application, you will receive a confirmation email. This lets you know we have received your application and it has been submitted for consideration.  If you did not receive a confirmation email, please log into our Careers site and check that you have fully completed and successfully submitted your application.

Step Three: Interviewing and Pre-employment Screening

If your skills and experience look suitable for the position on offer and you are short listed for the position, a member of the Human Resources Team or a Hiring Manager will be in touch with you to arrange an interview. Interviews are a really important part of the hiring process; they allow time for us to get to know you better and for you to get to know us too. The interview has some structured behavioural type questions but has a friendly informal feel, and offers plenty of time for you to ask questions.  You will also be required to provide documents so that we can verify your identity - please click here to see what is required.

In some instances, you may need to attend a second interview to give us the opportunity to ask you further questions. 


We may also perform other forms of pre-employment checks, including a worker safety check, psychometric and skills testing and pre-employment health screening depending on the level and type of position you are applying for.  We will also conduct two verbal reference checks with people that you have reported to in previous roles. These checks may take place either before or after your second interview.

Step Four: Being Made an Offer

If you are successful in becoming the preferred candidate, we will contact you to present you a verbal offer. Shortly following this, you will receive a written employment agreement for you to review and have the opportunity to seek independent advice on.  If your role requires a worker safety check, your written consent for us to carry out a police vet will also be sought at this time.

If you choose to accept our offer, you will be required to complete the new starter paperwork and return it to Human Resources. Once you are cleared to start work, you will then be contacted to finalise your start date and time and arrange the collection of uniforms, name badges and swipe cards where required.

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