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The Women’s and Children’s Health Network acknowledges Aboriginal people as the First Peoples and Traditional Custodians of Country throughout South Australia. We acknowledge and respect their ongoing and deep spiritual connection and relationship to land, air, sea, waters, community and country. We pay our respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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Win That Role

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Make most of the opportunities available with a great application.

Tips on finding out more about our roles

Generally, we would recommend that you set up a job alert for the roles that you are interested in. Each position advertised will have an enquiries person that you can contact and ask questions about the role. If you are unsure about anything, please contact that person and discuss your queries.

Each Job also has what we call a “Job Pack”. The job pack generally provides you with all the information you need about the position including what you will do, who you are responsible to and the skills, experience and knowledge you need to do the role and any other information which may assist you to apply.

It is important that you read all of this information – we know it is a lot so please take your time and ensure you have all the information ready when you apply. This will ensure your application can be processed efficiently.

What do you really need to apply?

All our roles have special conditions attached to them, which outline the qualifications or requirements a successful candidate will need. These are detailed in the special conditions section in the Role Description (Job Pack) that is available for each advertised role.

Sometimes this information is presented on the advertisement, so please ensure that you read all of this information and check that you have (or can obtain) what is required to apply. In most cases, you can submit your application whilst you wait for any clearances or registrations to be processed, however it is unlikely that you can receive an offer for employment without those things.

Similar to most roles across the Health Care or Community Services Sector, each role will have some conditions and they may be slightly different from role to role, however some common conditions include:

For detailed instructions on how to action the above, please see the Applicant Document/Clearance Checklist and Immunisation Checklist.

If you are seriously considering a role with us, you are encouraged to review what is required for the role, and take action to submit your details and commence the process. Each request requires a number of weeks to process, and often these agencies may have delays throughout the year.