Kick-Start Your Graduate Career
18th Oct, 2016
You’ve finally graduated after years of studying and now you’re ready to go out and find your first official job in healthcare. But where do you start? That’s where we come in…
With such a terrific number of positions available throughout Australia, you’ll be able to expand your working territory and venture out to new and exciting areas! Our team of experienced Recruitment Consultants deal with nationwide relocations on a daily basis and can assist you with the transition process.
Our Consultants are some of the best in the healthcare field, which means they have strong working relationships with both public and private sector organisations throughout the country. Registering with Your World provides you with instant access to these connections and significantly increasing your opportunities for finding healthcare jobs in Australia.
Referrals are a major perk of working with Your World. We offer fantastic referral schemes that reward candidates for introducing other healthcare professionals to our agency. The more successful candidates you bring on board, the more you can earn in bonuses!
Ever dreamed of starting a career abroad? Your World is one of the few healthcare staffing agencies in Australia that also operates globally. With offices in Sydney, London, Dubai and Dublin, we have multiple opportunities for relocation across the seas. Speak to one of our Consultants today to find out more.
We have a wide range of positions available so don’t wait around for your dream career to start, contact Your World today on +61 -02 9411 7440 or email [email protected] and find out how we can help you.
You can also find a range of graduate tips across the divisions we supply to:
For Medical Imaging click here
For Nursing click here
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