Amazing Careers
Part of Ramsay Health Care

FAQ

Once you have found a suitable position in the current vacancies page click the Position then Apply for Job and this will allow you to apply and register your details on-line for your chosen position.

Yes. You will receive an email that confirms receipt of your application within 24 hours of applying.

If you do not receive an email within 24 hours please check that the email address supplied by you on your application is accurate. If you have not used a valid email address we won’t be able to contact you.

Yes. You will receive an email or telephone call that will advise you the outcome of your application.

The Hospital will not provide feedback in regards to your application.

If you applied through the General Application for Employment section you will receive an email that confirms receipt of your application and your details will be kept on file for a period of three months. After this initial contact you will not be contacted again unless you are successful in obtaining an interview.

Yes, you may apply for any suitable job that is listed. Don’t forget to choose positions that match your skills, experience and career ambitions.

If the position you wish to apply for is not listed, please submit your application by clicking on our ‘general application for employment’ vacancy.

If the need for recruitment is not immediate, HR will hold your CV on file for a period of 3 months.

Please refer to the ‘Contact Us’ page for HR contact details.

Yes. We welcome expressions of interest from candidates with experience across a variety of fields.

If the position you wish to apply for is not listed, please submit your application by clicking on our ‘general application for employment’ vacancy.

The length of time before a decision is made can vary from one position to the next depending on a number of different considerations. We aim to keep you as informed as possible at all stages of the process.

For some positions we do conduct pre-employment medicals.

The pre-employment medical is a tool for ensuring that an employee will be safe and capable of performing the position they have applied for.

Yes, as part of the selection process candidates will be asked to provide two recent referees.

Please provide the name, position title, address and telephone number of two recent work related referees who have supervised you. Applicants for nursing positions must give at least one Clinical Nurse Manager as a referee.

You will be required to provide a National Police Certificate which can be obtained by your nearest Post Officer. There is a fee to obtain your national police clearance and this can be viewed by visiting the website below.

The National Police Certificate must have been obtained within the last 3 months.

For more information on how to apply visit: http://www.police.wa.gov.au/OurServices/PoliceChecks/tabid/1202/Default.aspx.

To strengthen the protection of children in WA, the state government introduced legislation – The Working with Children (criminal record checking) Act 2004 – that requires people who start or continue in “child-related work” to have a Working with Children check.

Cost is $83 and the check is valid for 3 years. The fee is payable when first applying for and when renewing a Check every three years.

Details on how to apply for your check will be included in your pre-employment pack.

Commencement of employment will be pending presentation of the receipt of the lodgement for a working with children check issued by the post office. The employee must obtain a valid working with children check receipt and present this to Human Resources prior to commencing first shift of employment. For further information visit: http://www.checkwwc.wa.gov.au/default.htm.