Superb lifestyle choices, have the life you've always wanted in Tasmania
We welcome interstate and overseas recruits and can provide assistance with registration, relocation, immigration and visas.
Healthcare in Tasmania is characterised by strong team work and close professional relationships with peers, other health professionals and communities. We recruit from all over Australia and the world which brings together the best training and professional experience, and a diverse range of unique perspectives. There are many advantages to working in the Tasmanian public health system.
Tasmania offers an enviable lifestyle, as well as a good economy, very affordable housing and a great lifestyle in one of the world's most beautiful environments. It is the smallest Australian state, but it has all of the services and facilities needed to make it a safe and relaxing home.
Many Tasmanians enjoy the benefits of a city lifestyle, combined with easy access to beaches, rivers, lakes and national parks, others live with these right on their doorstep. There are four major population centres - Hobart (Tasmania's Capital City), Launceston, Burnie and Devonport and a range of beautiful rural as well as remote island locations to consider. Explore the Discover Tasmania website or "Go Behind the Scenery" and find out more.
To work with us you must be an Australian citizen, have permanent resident status or the appropriate visas that allow you to undertake paid employment in Tasmania. For many professions you must be registered with a relevant professional body before you can work in Tasmania. In some cases conditional registration may apply.
Our Hiring managers can talk with you about our specific conditions and the employment packages we offer. We welcome our interstate and overseas recruits and can provide assistance with:
We recognise that moving interstate or overseas is a big decision that impacts on others. There are a lot of things to consider when moving overseas or interstate. Information that may assist your decision to live and work in Tasmania: