Jobs, jobs, jobs: hundreds of positions available at Western Sydney Local Health District

Come and work with us at WSLHD!

Want to join our heroic team tackling COVID-19?

Here’s your chance to apply for a number of casual and temporary jobs now available at Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD).

WSLHD is responsible for delivering and managing public health care across more than 120 suburbs in western Sydney.

It is home to Westmead, Blacktown, Mount Druitt, Cumberland and Auburn hospitals, and a range of community health centres working to keep close to a million residents healthy.

WSLHD People & Culture director Luci Caswell said hundreds of jobs are on offer.

“Everyone in our organisation is on the front line: the doctor, the nurse, the cleaner or the administration worker … everyone is playing a big part in the fight against COVID-19,” Luci said.

“We’re also building a pool of eligible candidates – so anyone interested in working with us can send in their resume and we’ll add it to our talent database.

“This will help us quickly source talented candidates when jobs become vacant. Applicants will still need to go through employment checks but it will significantly speed up the process.”

Some of the jobs on offer include:

·         Cleaners

·         Doctors

·         Porters

·         Orderlies

·         Mailroom staff

·         Human resources professionals

·         Nurses

·         Physiotherapists

·         Social workers

·         Administration officers

·         Drivers

·         Wayfinding guides

And the list goes on.

WSLHD chief executive Graeme Loy encouraged community members including those from our Aboriginal community, to consider an available position.

“Apply today and be part of our staff who are changing the face of health care every day, and working to keep the people across western Sydney safe and healthy,” Graeme said.

To view available roles search for Western Sydney Local Health District at

To be added to our talent pool email your resume to or visit this website.

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