How do I apply for a position?
Will I receive a response to my job application?
If I am unsuccessful will I be advised?
Can I apply for more than one role?
How long will the recruitment process take before a decision is made?
Will I be expected to complete a medical assessment?
Will I be expected to provide referees or any background checks?
Will I be expected to provide a Working with Children Check Clearance?

 

How do I apply for a position?

All applications for roles at Macquarie University Hospital must be submitted via the online application form. You can find this by heading to the Current Roles page, selecting the role which you would like to apply for, and clicking on the ‘Apply Now’ link. You must complete the entire Application Form before you will be able to submit your application.

Will I receive a response to my job application?

 

Once you have submitted an application with Macquarie University Hospital, you will receive an automatic notification advising you of the successful receipt of your application.

If I am unsuccessful, will I be advised?

We will endeavour to advise all applicants of the outcome of their application, however, sometimes this is not possible due to the large number of applications that we receive.

Can I apply for more than one role?

Yes, you can apply for more than one role. If you are applying for a Clinical role, you will need to select your specialties on the application form so it is clear what roles you are applying for. If the roles are non-clinical, you will need to submit separate application forms for each role that you are applying for.

How long will the recruitment process take before a decision is made?

It can generally take up to a month before we are able to contact shortlisted applicants and find a successful candidate for a role. 

Will I be expected to complete a medical assessment?

You will not be required to undertake a medical assessment; however, we do require potential employees to undertake a Functional Pre Employment Screen as a part of the recruitment process. This requires candidates to have their physical suitability for a role assessed against the requirements for the role on a risk matrix to ensure suitability for the role.

Will I be expected to provide referees or any background checks?

All applicants who reach the final stages of the recruitment process will be required to provide the details of two referees for reference checking. Macquarie University Hospital requires at least one of the reference checks to be from a previous Manager or Supervisor.

Will I be expected to provide a working with children check?

All staff that perform in roles which require direct contact with children are required to have  Working With Children Check Clearance. This will require the applicant to apply online and make an $80 payment to the RMS to receive a valid clearance for a 5 year period. For more information surrounding which roles require Working With Children Check Clearances as well as how to apply for a clearance, please visit www.kids.nsw.gov.au.