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 Who we are

We are a health service that touches thousands of lives across the Northern Sydney Local Health District. Together as a team of like-minded people, we share a real sense of belonging here because we value and respect our patients, employees, and teams’ voices. Our teams have meaningful, interesting, and rewarding work every day. We challenge and nurture each other while sharing our knowledge and experience so that we can deliver better care for each other and our patients.​​

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 Our jobs

With a wealth of disciplines on offer, we have an environment that has meaningful, interesting and rewarding work every day.

We’re involved in some of the most diverse work in the industry, and together we thrive on delivering high quality patient-focused services.​

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 A place where you will be surrounded by positive energy


 Our benefits

We take the health and happiness of our employees seriously and we consistently evaluate new ways to provide an amazing place to work for our teams.

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 A place where you will be supported


 Our values

NSLHD promotes a CORE set of values which were created by employees for employees to celebrate the positive behaviours our teams identify with every day in the workplace.​​

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A place where you belong

Hear from our Nursing and Midwifery teams about what they value the most from working at Northern Sydney Local Health District​​

​A place where you will have an impact

Northern Sydney Home Nursing Services

Mental Health Drug and Alcohol​​​​

A place where learning and development matters

In an ever changing environment, we aim to achieve the impossible by growing our skills to adapting to each situation. For us this means that having a strong learning and development focus is important.

If enhancing your skills with new knowledge, and capabilities is important to you too, then come and join us at Northern Sydney Local Health District. We empower our people to pursue their dreams and aim high.​

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​Careers FAQs

 How to apply

At NSLHD, we want to make the application process as easy as possible for you. Here's a quick summary of what you need to know:
  • Online Application: Our online recruitment platform, which follows the NSW Health policy directive, allows you to submit your application quickly and easily. You can also track your progress throughout the recruitment process. It's a convenient way to build a personal profile with your resume and copies of your qualifications and credentials. This profile can be used for future job applications, and you can even choose to receive notifications when relevant positions become available.
  • Confidentiality: We value your privacy, and all the information you provide in your application will be treated confidentially. Only the NSW Health staff involved in the recruitment and selection process will have access to your application.

 Where to apply

You might come across our job advertisements through various channels, such as:
  • NSW Health jobs portal
  • Our organization's career portal (e.g. LHD/Health agency/Pillar)
  • Job boards like Seek and CareerOne
  • Newspapers (through press advertising)
  • Social media networks like LinkedIn 
  • Referrals

Whichever way you find out about a role that interests you, you can simply click on the apply button to start the online application process.

For more detailed information on how to apply for a role in the health sector, you can visit this External Linklink.

If you have any questions about advertised roles at NSLHD, feel free to contact NSLHD Employee Services at (02) 9751 6000 or email [email protected]

 What does the assessment process include?

Congratulations! If you're shortlisted, you'll be invited for an interview. This is your chance to showcase your skills and experience further. Here's what you need to know:
  • Interview Process: The interview will involve direct contact with the selection panel. They want to know more about the information you provided in your application and gather additional details for the assessment process. You'll be asked a set of initial questions related to the selection criteria. The panel might also ask follow-up questions to explore specific aspects of your application. At the end of the interview, you can ask your own questions or provide additional information to support your application.
  • Adjustments: If you require any specific adjustments, please contact the convenor of the interview to discuss appropriate accommodations.​

 What is required for the Interview?

If you're invited for an interview, you'll be asked to upload certain documents to your online application. Make sure to bring the original copies with you for verification. Here are the documents you might need:

  • Original qualifications relevant to the selection criteria
  • Proof of identification documents (four identity documents including one commencement)
  • Evidence of work entitlements in Australia (e.g., passport, birth certificate, citizenship, current working visa)
  • Documents indicating any name changes (e.g., marriage certificate, change of name certificate)
  • NSW Health National Criminal Record Check consent form 
  • Provide evidence of COVID-19 vaccination 
  • If applicable, original registration and license documents
  • If applicable, a valid Working with Children Check (WWCC) clearance number, if not already provided (refer to External LinkWorking with Children Checks and Other Police Checks)
  • If applicable, statement/s of service from another public sector employer
  • If applicable, evidence of immunisation status (refer to External LinkOccupational Assessment, Screening, and Vaccination against Specified Infectious Diseases Policy​)

Please remember to bring the original documents to the interview. If you're unable to provide the originals during the interview (for example, if you're an interstate or overseas candidate not attending in person), any offer of employment will be conditional on production of the original documents.

All documents, if not in English, must be officially translated to English.

 Contact us

For general recruitment queries, please email: [email protected]
For senior medical recruitment queries, please email: [email protected] 
For junior medical recruitment queries, please email: Royal North Shore [email protected] or Hornsby [email protected]