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At the Women’s, we’re committed to creating healthier futures for women and babies.
We are recognised globally as a leader in women’s and neonatal health. We provide leading care for women and newborns, deliver world-class research and innovation, lead and partner to influence change, and strive be the best place to work, learn and contribute.
At the Women’s, we are passionate about the work we do together. As a member of the Women’s team, you will be supported to listen, act and create positive change for the communities we serve.
We’ll encourage you to bring curiosity to your work every day as you gain knowledge and expertise. You’ll have the opportunity to lead and support others to learn and grow in an environment that’s built on respect.
We care about the wellbeing of our staff. We offer flexible work options and a comprehensive staff benefits program. We are a Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace, with Baby Friendly Health Initiative accreditation.
We are ideally located in two great areas of Melbourne. In Parkville, you’ll be close to the city and all the restaurants, bars and culture Melbourne is renowned for. Our Parkville hospital sits within the Parkville Biomedical Precinct, which includes the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. In Sandringham, you’ll be part of the beautiful and bustling bayside community.
The Women's is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity, accessibility and social inclusion. Join us.
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