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Join NSW Health’s digital centre of excellence, where we plan, implement & support ICT & digital capabilities across the state for Australia’s largest health system. Our 2,000 staff are working hard to transform NSW Health to be digital on the inside, transitioning paper and analogue processes to digital on some of the largest enterprise-wide systems in Australia.
If you want to join a team that’s leading the way when it comes to innovation, achieved global and Australian-firsts and received multiple awards, keep reading to find out how we hire.
How we hire
Whether you’re an experienced professional looking for your next challenge, or a student with dreams of shaping the future, we’ll help you make an impact from the moment you join. Take your first step today and see how we hire at eHealth NSW.
To apply for roles, you must create an NSW Health Career profile. Your application is a chance for you to show how your skills, knowledge and abilities are suited to the job. Typically, at eHealth NSW we will ask for a cover letter, CV and an additional task.
All roles will have the name and contact details of the person recruiting for the role, so if you have any queries about the additional task or application process please reach out. You will need to complete the additional task for your application to be considered.
Your application will be reviewed by a recruitment partner and sent to the selection panel for consideration. The size and membership of the panel will vary depending on the scope and nature of the position to be filled, however it will include at least one male and one female member who have completed “respecting the difference” training in line with the NSW Health recruitment and selection policy guidelines.
A recruitment partner will contact you to confirm interview details, setting up video conferencing for remote interviews and sending out the schedule and meeting invitations.
Before attending an interview, you will be asked to complete an online pre-employment check.
Additional Assessment Task
You make be asked to complete an additional assessment task at the end of your interview.
You make be asked to complete a candidate or psychometric assessment post interview. These assessments are a useful tool used by eHealth NSW to predict job performance.
All information from the assessment process with be collated and a decision will be made. The preferred candidate will proceed to reference checks.
A minimum of two references are required. Once checks are complete and verified, all unsuccessful interviewees will be contacted to provide meaningful feedback.
We will conduct the following checks;
- National Police Check. Your details will be shared with the National Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC).
- Service Check Register (SCR): Your details will be shared with an internal NSW Health state-wide recruitment database.
- Health Assessment: If you have declared a medical condition that impacts your ability to fulfil the requirements of the role, they are reviewed by Fitness for Work to determine if any reasonable adjustment is required.
You will receive a call from the hiring manager making a verbal offer and to discuss and details such as start date, end date, salary, location, hours, etc. Once the details are agreed you will receive a formal Offer of Employment by email. You will have three working days to accept the offer, which is all done online with your NSW Health account.
Diversity and Inclusion
We believe that technology should be inclusive, diverse and equitable. And we have a responsibility to make that happen. That’s why we’re committed to putting in the work to build a more inclusive environment and equal representation for all.
Where we work
At eHealth NSW, we’re flexible with where and how you work. Whether its from home, remotely, in the office, on site at a hospital or a hybrid mix depending on our business needs and your personal circumstances. We empower our people to work with their manager to decide where, when and how work is done.
Our work environments aim to inspire with collaborative, creative and flexible workspaces and high-tech meeting rooms. We’re close to local amenities and transport and know all the best places for coffee. We have four office locations across the state with most staff working from our head office in Chatswood. Many work across several offices including NSW Health’s head office at St Leonards.
Our people also work at locations throughout NSW, supporting the deployment of systems or infrastructure at NSW Health sites. Over the past couple of years our teams have travelled from Albury to Dubbo, Wilcannia to Wyong establishing COVID-19 vaccination clinics, rolling out medical imaging systems, implementing new hospital infrastructure and other IT solutions.
Many of our 2000+ staff choose to work from home or other remote locations to better suit their lifestyle. Everyone is equipped with the technology they need to successfully work virtually, and our teams hold regular check ins and social catch ups to keep everyone connected. We provide training on how to work in a hybrid workplace and have detailed onboarding for new starters to welcome them from day one.
Find your perfect working space with the option of booths or focus rooms.
Our floor plans are open, with adjustable desks as standard.
Looking for a quiet nook with a view? We have just the spot.
Need some space to keep your personal things? No problem, we have plenty of lockers.
Health and Wellness
We’re committed to providing our employees with a working environment that promotes and fosters positive health and wellbeing, supporting the mental health and resilience of our workforce through services such as iThrive– our health and wellbeing platform – and other support and resources through our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provider.
To be responsible for stakeholders in NSW Health to design, implement & manage solutions in an Cloud environment.
To be responsible for managing the coordinated delivery of digital / ICT programs and services to the MoH teams.
Responsible for managing the progress, quality, risks, and issues of multiple technical platform-related projects.