Begin your Career in Paramedicine with Hato Hone St John!
If you are currently completing or have recently completed a bachelor's degree in paramedicine e.g., Bachelor of Health Science, (Paramedicine) or Bachelor of Paramedicine in Australia then this role is for you!
Following the success of our previous Australian Paramedic Graduate Pathway recruitment campaign and ongoing growth, St John is excited to consider applications from current third year paramedicine students and graduates for intakes starting in April 2024 and onward.
The graduate employment pathway is designed to support your transition into a career in paramedicine at Hato Hone St John with a supportive and passionate team of professionals to help you succeed. As a graduate with Hato Hone St John, you will have the opportunity to make a real impact by providing life-saving care to those in need.
We are looking for driven and compassionate graduates who are committed to help us achieve our mission, and who have a willingness to demonstrate behaviours that align with Hato Hone St John core values - Do the right thing, Side by side, straight up, Make it better, Open minds.
Benefits to joining the Hato Hone St John Team
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, endless professional development, and career advancement opportunities. If you are a proactive and values driven individual with a passion for healthcare, we want to hear from you!
For more information about the National Graduate Pathway, please review the supporting documentation attached below the advert. If you have other questions, please contact Emma Preece at email@example.com
Webinar information sessions will also be held on the following days. Click the links to join:
Download the Graduate Recruitment Pathway Information booklet here.
Find out more and apply. Applications close 15 October 2023.
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