The WA Department of Health provides safe, high-quality health care to nearly 2.4 million Western Australians across almost 2.5 million square kilometres. We employ over 40,000 dedicated staff in metropolitan, regional and remote areas of the State to attend to the health needs of our growing population.
The WA Health Graduate Development Program is looking for talented graduates from a broad range of disciplines to join the program and help make a difference to the health and wellbeing of Western Australians.
You are welcomed to view the videos from our past graduates:
Top Employability Skills:
- Planning & organising
- Problem solving
- Agriculture and Environment
- Business, Management, Commerce, Economics
- Human Resources
- Information Technology
- Social Sciences
Opportunities for Students:
- Full time employment
Applications open to ALL candidates.
Online Diversity Policy: http://www.health.wa.gov.au/worklifebalance/home/
Contact Details for Student/Graduate Enquiries:
Name: Alexander Kristoff
Phone: 9222 6457
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