Recruitment and selection processes for King Edward Memorial Hospital for Women (KEMH) positions are based on the principles of the Public Sector Standards in Human Resource Management, the Public Sector Code of Ethics and the WA Health Recruitment, Selection and Appointment policy. Our processes also reflect the commitment of the WA Health to the care and protection of children and young people.
The WA Health Aboriginal Workforce Strategy 2014–2024 aims to develop a strong, skilled and growing Aboriginal health workforce across WA Health including clinical, non-clinical and leadership roles. By working with and supporting Aboriginal staff, KEMH aims to be an employer of choice that is progressive, inclusive and socially responsible.
A listing of currently advertised KEMH vacancies appears on the WA Government Jobs Board at www.jobs.wa.gov.au. This website provides information about all WA public sector vacancies, including vacancies at other health services, and provides the facility for applicants to apply on-line.
You can view all current KEMH vacancies from the 'Job Search' page of the WA Government Jobs Board by selecting ' WNHS - Women and Newborn Health Service' under the 'Health Service' heading, and clicking on the 'Search' button.
By clicking on the title of any vacancy posted on the Jobs Board, the complete job advertisement will open. From within this advertisement you can get the application kit which contains all the information needed to apply for the position.
At the bottom of the advertisement there is an ‘Apply for Job’ button. You must have your current resume/curriculum vitae and statements addressing the selection criteria completed and ready to attach prior to clicking on this button.