We are a one-of-a-kind, innovative not-for-profit organisation set for an exciting future in transforming primary health care in Western Sydney.
What Makes Us Unique?
Our team is full of talented and diverse people who are dedicated to making a lasting and tangible impact on our community. Whilst we’re aspirational, our focus on making change for the better is what drives us forward and allows us to continue to grow. We thrive on creating and maintaining a friendly, supportive and flexible work environment that promotes high-quality service delivery with opportunities for personal and professional growth.
For a great overview of the great work we’ve been doing in Western Sydney, visit our Annual Review webpage.
Hear what our staff have to say:
Join our Team
Exciting opportunities lie ahead. Guided by our five core values, we embrace opportunities and challenges, and along with our partners, we’re making a real difference to the lives of communities in our region.
We are looking for people who are innovative, purpose-driven, dedicated to ongoing learning and above all else, are looking for a deeper meaning in their work. We also pride ourselves in hiring talented people from all walks of life and currently have a diverse range of employees from 21 countries who speak 14 languages.
If you have a passion and determination to help contribute to building better health outcomes for the people of Western Sydney, we would love for you to visit our Careers webpage to see what current opportunities there are to join our team.
We offer a range of great benefits for staff, but what’s most exciting is the opportunity to work with a team of passionate people on interesting problems that make a real difference to people’s lives.
When you work with us you’ll be part of a friendly, vibrant working environment that offers flexibility and work-life balance.
We provide salary packaging (that’s more money in your take-home pay), annual leave loading (extra money for your holiday) and additional leave during our end of year office shutdown. We are committed to celebrating our outstanding achievements as and we continue to have a strong focus on prioritising employee engagement, training and wellbeing.
For more information on some of the other great benefits that are offered to our team please see our Employee Benefits Brochure.
Diversity and Inclusion
We are an equal opportunity employer who does not discriminate against candidates or employees, regardless of race, colour, gender, gender identification, sexual orientation, or disabilities.
In alignment with the organisation’s values, ensuring that Aboriginal culture is respected and valued is a high priority for us as is having a culture that creates Aboriginal employment outcomes that make a real difference in the community.
We also welcome Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander candidates to apply for positions. This is evidenced by having 9.2% (as at 30 June 2020) of WentWest employees identifying as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, significantly higher than the population average of 2.8%.
Other Ways to Work with Us
Sourced from the community, our Consumer Advisory Council is charged with bringing the consumer voice to Western Sydney Primary Health Network activities, assisting us as we work towards a patient-centred system.
The Western Sydney Primary Health Network Clinical Council informs the creation of locally relevant clinical pathways that are aligned with national priorities and improve quality, cost-effectiveness, timelines to patient care and reduces avoidable hospitalisations.