For over 160 years the Women’s has been dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of women of all ages, and newborns.
The passion, drive and enthusiasm of our people empowers the Women’s to innovate, lead research, and act as a voice for women on all aspects of their health and wellbeing. More about the Womens; our history and our vision.
Working with us
As a big, busy, tertiary hospital, no two days are ever the same. You will work in multi-disciplinary teams to care for a diverse community of women of all ages, as well as newborns.
We support you to learn and grow – whether it be specialising in your chosen field or broadening your knowledge – and have built this into our practice.
With ten research centres, a proud history in translating research ‘from bench to bedside’, and world renowned experts and leaders in their field, you have plenty of opportunity to work with and learn from the best. And to make a difference to women and newborns around the world.
We offer flexible work options and a comprehensive staff benefits program. We are a Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace, with Baby Friendly Health Initiative accreditation and are ideally located in two great areas of Melbourne – Parkville, close to the city and part of a larger biomedical precinct, and Sandringham, where you’re part of the bayside community.
As a member of the Global Green and Healthy Hospitals (GGHH) network, we are also committed to reducing our environmental footprint, and that of the health sector, and to helping improve public and environmental health.
The Women’s is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity, accessibility and social inclusion. Our patients and consumers come from all walks of life, and so do our staff. We celebrate and value the knowledge, experience and skills that people of different backgrounds, genders, gender identities, age, abilities and cultures bring to our workplace.
Growing our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce under the Victorian Government’s Karreeta Yirramboi (meaning grow tomorrow) initiative, is just one way that we ensure our Aboriginal patients receive culturally appropriate careLearn more
Nursing & midwifery careers
If you're a nurse or midwife interested in joining us at the Women's, we can think of lots of reasons why you would choose a career with us.Learn more
Medical Careers Learn more
Allied health careers
If you are a social worker, physiotherapist, dietitian, psychologist, speech pathologist, occupational therapist, radiographer, pharmacist, or interpreter, the Women’s has a variety of opportunities from entry level to advanced practiceLearn more
Corporate & support careers
The Women's has an extensive network of Corporate and Support Services who work to enable and facilitate the effective operation of our clinical areas.Learn more
The Women's Secondary School Work Experience Program provides Year 10 students with an opportunity to gain insight into the healthcare industry.Learn more
At the Women's we are committed to providing a skilled, sustainable and diverse workforce that meets the needs of our tertiary referral service.Learn more
Employees with disability Learn more