Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Employment

St Vincent’s Health Network Sydney is looking for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander candidates for a variety of roles across our Darlinghurst and Auburn sites.

Roles in Health are not limited to Doctors and Nurses – there are a wide variety of opportunities available.  Working in a Hospital setting can include opportunities in  Administration, Management, Aboriginal Health Workers, Counselling, Physiotherapy, Driving and many more.

Get in touch via email or phone to discuss current opportunities, or to register your interest for future vacancies.

We are currently seeking people for an Enrolled Nursing Traineeship Program which would incorporate a Diploma of Nursing from TAFE NSW Ultimo College and hands on Nursing Experience. 

Please contact Tanika Deemal-Parker, HR and Indigenous Program Specialist tanika.parker@svha.org.au or phone: 02 8382 4065

To view our current list of all available jobs, please click here

For information on our Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health Strategic Plan, please click here

As the below video demonstrates, St Vincent's is committed to closing the gap in employment opportunities for our Nation's First Peoples. Please join us!

WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that the following video contains images and voices of a deceased person.



St Vincent's Junior Medical Officer Centre of Excellence

Our vision is to create a Centre of Excellence for Aboriginal Junior Doctors. Our primary focus is to attract and retain Aboriginal junior doctors to complete their prevocational and, where appropriate, their vocational and specialist years at SVHS; and to encourage them to take on leadership roles within the healthcare system. We hope to study the effectiveness of this program to understand which parts of the program are most valuable in supporting the well-being and growth of our Aboriginal junior doctors.

To learn more about this, please watch the following video.



We live and work on Aboriginal Land. We pay our respect to the elders, both past and present and acknowledge the traditional custodians of this Land, the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation.