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Career opportunities

Are you interested in a career in nursing, medical, allied health or research, or are you interested in a non-clinical role in a health setting?

We’re looking for enthusiastic and dedicated people committed to providing excellence to our community. 

Through our commitment to workplace diversity, we value people bringing their backgrounds, perspectives and experiences to our organisation and strongly encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. We partner with local schools, universities and other learning institutions to facilitate work experience opportunities for students. If you are interested in pursuing an opportunity, please contact your tertiary provider.

To explore career options with Gold Coast Health, please review the job profiles and personal stories outlined on the Choose Your Own Health Career website or shape your career and start your search here.

We also have a number of opportunities to gain work experience prior to employment or view the professions for more information.

Nursing and midwifery

We need a team of skilled nurses and midwives to meet the demands of one of Australia’s fastest growing regions.

Allied health

We have opportunities in dietetics, medical imaging, occupational therapy, ophthalmology, pharmacy, physiotherapy, podiatry, psychology, speech pathology and social work.


We offer full-time, part-time and casual roles for specialists and non-specialists.

Clinical Support

We have a range of opportunities within the Clinical Support disciplines.

Nursing/Midwifery Clinical Placements

We offer various opportunities for nursing and midwifery students from tertiary and vocational education providers, including postgraduate students, to take part in clinical placements, with support from practice partners or clinical facilitators.

Non-Clinical Careers

If you’re passionate about helping people, working in the healthcare industry can be one of the most rewarding career choices there is.


Our goal is to translate new and innovative research into improved patient outcomes and best quality clinical care.

Last updated 11 Apr 2024