Careers

Aboriginal Cadetship Program

Program outline

WA Health’s Aboriginal Cadetship Program will recruit talented Aboriginal university students from a diverse range of non-clinical disciplines to undertake cadetships at WA Health locations across the Perth metropolitan area.

Students from a range of disciplines are invited to apply including:

  • Business
  • Health promotions
  • Marketing / public relations / media
  • Environmental
  • Project management
  • Human resources
  • Finance
  • Aboriginal studies
  • Policy development

Applicants in other non-clinical fields are urged to contact Luke Riches on (08) 9222 4393 to discuss if their studies are relevant.

Cadets will be required to complete twelve week’s (60 days) work experience each calendar year, comprising one day per week each semester and block attendance during semester breaks.

In return for completing 60 days work experience over 12 months, cadets will receive a Level 2.1 $52,579 pro-rata salary throughout the 12 month period. If you meet all of the DEEWR requirements, throughout the year you will receive an additional $12,000 annually, paid in fortnightly instalments as an allowance and $500 per semester towards books and equipment.

Senior WA Health staff will also provide cadets with a supportive network, offering advice and encouragement throughout the cadetship.

More information can be found in our cadetship flyer (PDF 304KB) | Word version (468KB)

See also:

» Selection process
» Lodge your application

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