The WA Department of Health provides safe, high-quality health care to over 2.6 million Western Australians across almost 2.5 million square kilometres. We employ close to 50,000 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.
The Program has four streams designed to develop recent graduates based on their academic background, areas of expertise and personal interests. These Program streams include:
- General Corporate – for all discipline areas where graduate talents could be used anywhere across the health care system.
- Finance and Business – for finance and business analyst graduates interested in accounting, legislation, financial policies, reform and business improvement.
- Data Analysis – for graduates interested in how data can contribute to health service planning.
- ICT – for graduates interested in solutions architecture, business analytics and application design and development.
Hiring Candidates with Qualifications in:
- Business, Commerce, Economics & Management
- Medical & Health Sciences
- IT & Computer Science
- Engineering & Mathematics
- Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
- Creative Arts
- Law, Legal Studies & Justice
- Property & Built Environment
- Teaching & Education
Top Employability Skills:
- Team work
- Planning & organising
Opportunities for Students:
- Full time, paid employment
Applications for the Graduate Development Program open in late July to ALL candidates. Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents and Temporary Visa Holders all welcome to apply.
Contact Details for Student/Graduate Enquiries:
Name: Alexander Kristoff, Graduate Program Coordinator
Phone: 9222 6457
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