As the largest employer in Western NSW, Western NSW Local Health District understands building a workforce that represents the community it serves is vital in delivering inclusive and responsive services.
Diversity & Inclusion
Statement of Commitment:NSW Health welcomes people from diverse backgrounds. We are committed to building a workplace that reflects the community we serve.
We recognise that every single one of us working in our Local Health District contributes to providing world-class rural health care, and improving the health and wellbeing of our people.
Our workplace is one of respect, inclusion and belonging. This means treating everyone with courtesy – and valuing everyone’s contribution, regardless of their position, role, gender, ethnicity or ability. We are committed to building an environment that is physically and psychologically safe for women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities, culturally and linguistically diverse groups, and all our staff.
Modelling our CORE Values each day, recruiting in a fair and equitable manner, and delivering on our Living Well Together and Aboriginal Health initiatives, helps us create a truly diverse and inclusive workforce that reflects the community we serve.
Applications from candidates of all backgrounds, skills and strengths are valued and highly encouraged for all of our positions. If you require assistance with your application, or have any questions, please reach out to the contact person listed within the job advertisement.
Actions we are taking
We have established a Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging working group to collaborate on, champion and achieve diversity, inclusion and belonging outcomes for our District.
Diversity & Inclusion Strategy
We are developing an organisation wide Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Strategy.