If you like the sound of working with MedHealth and one of our many brands across Australia, these are the steps involved in getting here. We hope that you’re successful and we can’t wait to see you thrive in your new role.
Talk to MedHealth about your career options in Australia.
Speak to one of our Global Recruitment Specialists, who can help with all you need to know about:
Before making a decision, connect with us and to someone who’s been there.
We arrange a one-on-one video call with our Global Recruitment Specialist, to discuss the career opportunity and international move in more detail.
We also hold regular information sessions with one of our team members who also made the move from overseas, so you can get a good idea about the things they found easy and those they found more challenging, to help with your decision.
Apply for a visa
Our expert recruitment team has strong experience in helping health workers resettle across the states and territories of Australia.
As an employer, if you meet our criteria and have the skills and qualifications we need, MedHealth support you with your visa application.
First we nominate you for a particular position in one of our businesses, and after checking that you meet the visa eligibility criteria we work with you and our migration agent to help complete the visa application.
Prepare to move
After securing your visa, our Global Arrivals Host will help you arrange a video meeting with your new manager, and coordinate your travel arrangements to Australia.
This will involve helping you to arrange accommodation and other key requirements, such as COVID-19 hotel quarantine.
Our handy relocation checklist includes lots of practical advice for settling into your new community and will also help you organise your move.
Arrive and settle in
MedHealth can assist successful candidates to settle into their new working environment. We will meet you at the airport, help you transfer to your new home, and support you with the practicalities of living in a new country, like opening bank accounts, getting a tax file number, and arranging insurances such as private health cover.