Work with us

WA Country Health Service is seeking practitioners in medicine, nursing and allied health. We also have programs for students and indigenous peoples, as well as several scholarships and grants. Find out more about the jobs available, the salaries and benefits offered, and what it is like to live and work in regional WA.

Medical careers
This section describes the terms used for different types of doctors employed by WA Country Health Service. Salary ranges quoted are as at 1 October 2016.
Postgraduate Medical Education
The Postgraduate Medical Education Unit (PMEU) supports supervisors and junior doctors training in rural WA.
Medical Contracting Arrangements
Here you can find information on current medical contracting arrangements and links to associated information.
Nursing and midwifery careers
We currently have a range of nursing and midwifery opportunities available in a number of rural health services across Western Australia. Find out more about nursing and midwifery graduate programs and rotational programs.
Allied Health Careers
The WA Country Health Service is seeking motivated and dynamic individuals in a range of allied health professions. Here you can find information on allied health careers.
Students
If you're a high school student, university student, TAFE student or a member of the community looking for information about a wide range of health careers, then look no further. Here you can find information about a range of health careers and about study – what it's like, how much it costs and the accommodation options. Perhaps most importantly, there is also information about scholarships, bursaries and other financial assistance to help you reach your future career goals.
Salaries and benefits
This section contains information about salaries and benefits for medical, nursing and allied health employees of WA Country Health Service, including both general and district-specific benefits.
Scholarships and grants
Here you can find a range of scholarships and grants available to health professionals working in rural and remote Western Australia, or student health professionals committed to rural health.
Success stories
Working in regional WA offers an enticing mix of career opportunities, a great lifestyle and the chance to become part of a real community. Read what some medical professionals have to say about their experiences living and working in country WA.
Aboriginal employment
Improving Aboriginal health and Aboriginal employment in health is one of the key strategic directions for WA Country Health Service. WACHS works closely with Aboriginal Communities, Regional Aboriginal Planning Forums, Aboriginal service providers and related agencies to improve Aboriginal health and access to culturally safe and secure services.
Living and working in country WA
Here you can access a wealth of information about living and working in country Western Australia. This information will help you determine if the country community is right for you and assist you in preparing yourself (and your family) to move to a new town in counrty WA.
Work with us contacts
Interested in working with us and require more information? Here you can access contact details for staff who can advise you on careers in the WA Country Health Service.