NSLHD career portal
NSW Health jobs portal
How to apply
Recruitment processes in NSLHD follows the NSW Health policy directive
Recruitment and Selection of Staff to the NSW Health Service. Some of the key steps and requirements are summarised here for your information.
The NSW Health online recruitment platform allows you to submit your application in a few easy steps and track your progress throughout the recruitment process. You can build a personal profile with your resume/Curriculum Vitae (CV) and copies of your qualifications and credentials, which can be used when applying for positions in the future. You can also elect to be notified when certain types of positions become available.
All information provided by you as part of your application will be treated confidentially and will only be seen by NSW Health staff involved in the recruitment and selection process.
As an applicant there are various ways you may see jobs advertised, these include via the:
- NSW Health jobs portal
- specific organisation career portal e.g. LHD / Health agency / Pillar
- various job boards e.g. Seek, CareerOne etc
- press advertising e.g. newspapers
- social media networks e.g. LinkedIn, Facebook
Whichever way you hear about the role, you will be able to click on the apply button and apply online.
View here for detailed information regarding applying for a role in health
For more information pertaining to roles at NSLHD contact NSLHD Employee Services on (02) 9751 6000 or email NSLHD-EmployeeServices@health.nsw.gov.au
Guidelines for interviews
The assessment process usually includes an interview involving direct contact with short-listed applicants. The purpose of the interview is to provide applicants an opportunity to expand on the information they provided in their application, and to enable the selection panel to gather further information for the assessment process.
All interviewees will be asked a common set of initial questions, which directly relate to the selection criteria. You may also be asked follow-up questions exploring specific issues about your claim for the position. At the conclusion of the interview, you may ask questions of the selection panel or provide further information in support of your application.
If you are offered an interview and you have special needs, please contact the convenor to discuss any appropriate arrangements.
What do I bring to the interview
If you are invited to an interview, you may be asked to upload a number of documents to your application online. You will also be requested to bring the originals with you to the interview for verification. The required documents may include:
- original qualifications (as relevant to the selection criteria)
- original proof of identification documents, as required by the current NSW Health employment checks policy and listed in the 100 Point Identification Checklist attached to this policy
- evidence of work entitlements in Australia (eg passport, birth certificate, citizenship, current working visa)
- documents stating name change (such a marriage certificate, change of name certificate)
- original registration and licence documents (as appropriate)
- a completed NSW Health National Criminal Record Check consent form attached to the NSW Health employment checks policy
- a valid Working with Children Check (WWCC) clearance number if not already provided (see the current NSW Health employment checks policy)
- statement/s of service from another public sector employer (if appropriate)
- evidence of immunisation status (see the current NSW Health policy on vidence of immunisation status (see the current NSW Health policy on occupational assessment, screening and vaccination against specified infectious diseases ).
- It is expected that all the requested original documentation will be provided at the time of interview. If you are not able to provide original documentation at the interview (eg 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.