We have new incentives for you to join our rural and remote facilities!
How do the incentives work?
Meet Julie, a RN who we will use as an example. Julie took advantage of the incentives working rural & remote and stayed for 3 years. She really loved the community she worked in, the skills she gained and the money she saved!
What are the new incentives?
Take a RN or specific Allied Health role in select remote NSW locations and you could receive:
- $5/10k sign on bonus (amount depends on position and location)
- $5/10K retention annual bonus (as above)
- $6K aged care incentive annually for RNs in aged care facilities
- Up to $20K off you HECs debt for Allied Health professionals
- An option to transfer to your choice of NSW hospital after 3 years service (negotiated individually)
- Relocation benefits eg moving costs, family travel assistance
- Accommodation assistance
- Additional leave for professional development
What positions/locations are available?
Positions and locations receiving incentives are subject to certain criteria that can change over time. To see an up to date list of the positions attracting incentives please visit Our jobs portal
How do I know it is an incentivised role?
‘Incentives Offered’ will be clearly displayed in the advertisement
How does the priority transfer work?
You have the right of return to a substantive position or to another preferred location after 3 years of service. It’s like what the police and teachers have had….. forever! We just need to get it all signed off by the ministry before you accept your position with us.
How long do I have to stay?
We would love you to stay for three years – as this will solidify your training and look great on your resume, however we don’t want to miss out on your expertise. We ask that you stay for a minimum of 18 months, that way you’ll get access to a retention bonus of $5/10K too! If you leave before 18 months you will have to pay back a component of your $10k sign on bonus.
Do existing staff receive incentives too?
Absolutely. If your role is deemed hard to fill then you will also receive the retention bonus according to your facilities remoteness. If you are not receiving this please talk to your manager.
How do I get started?
Select the position that interests you on our jobs portal and apply.
Please send any further questions through to us: email@example.com or phone Samantha Hain on 02 63698973 7:30am-4pm Monday to Friday. Thank you!
How do the incentives work?
Meet Trent, a physio we are using as an example. Trent took advantage of the incentives working rural & remote for allied health and stayed for 4 years. He loved the variety of work, the support he received and the skills he developed to help his patients. Oh and the reduction in HECs was great too!