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International Recruitment

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All the information you need to make the move to South Australia and Realise Your potential at the Women’s and Children’s Health Network.

The Women’s and Children’s Hospital will offer sponsorship for positions in shortage, where there are no suitable local applicants. If you are interested in living and working in South Australia, you are strongly encouraged to apply for appropriate working visas through the Department of Home Affairs. Having a relevant visa with full working rights (in most cases) would be your best option.

You can also check out the Immigration SA site for further information on any special requirements to seek application to live and work in South Australia.

For our professional roles, you will require registration and an assessment of your qualifications to check equivalency. It is important that you research this information yourself before applying. Please remember that we are bound by border protection laws, therefore if you are unable to seek appropriate qualification equivalency, obtain registration or an appropriate working visa we would encourage you to finalise these matters before applying for a role with us if you are able to.

We appreciate for some roles there are very specific pathways, and we may consider supporting your move to South Australia, dependent on individual circumstances. If you are interested in a role with us and you are an international applicant please contact the enquiries person on the job advertisement to seek further information.

We would strongly encourage you to also read the SA Health International applicant guidelines to obtain full details of these requirements.

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