Nursing and Midwifery Office

Annual Recruitment 2020

“The Nursing and Midwifery Office is aware of GradStart applicants experiencing system issues submitting their applicants on Thursday 19 July 2019. We are re-opening the portal for all applicants to finalise their submissions to Monday 22nd July 11:59pm. At 11:59pm the portal will close with no further GradStart applications being submitted after this time


**Nursing and Midwifery Office, Update 11:30am Friday 19 July 2019

MidStart


NSW Health provides a career pathway called MidStart, for registered nurses to become registered midwives. The program involves employment as a student midwife in a NSW public health facility whilst studying a postgraduate midwifery diploma at university. For further information on the MidStart programs please following this link and read the 2020 MidStart handbook.


The 2020 MidStart job advertisement will appear on this page and will be open for applications at 10 am on Friday 7th June 2019 and will close at 10 am on Thursday 20th June 2019.  Click on the job advertisement to apply.


GradStart

The NSW Health Nursing and Midwifery Office oversees the centralised annual recruitment for graduate nursing and midwifery positions in NSW Health, known as GradStart. GradStart offers graduate nurses and midwives employment and clinical support and includes education study days beyond standard orientation and induction of new employees. For further information on GradStart please follow this link and read the 2020 GradStart handbook.


The 2020 GradStart job advertisement will appear on this page and will be open for applications  at 9am on Monday 1st  July 2019 and will close at 11:59pm Monday 22nd July 2019.

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