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When you join St John of God Health Care, you are joining more than 16,000 employees nationwide offering hospitality, hope and healing to all in our care.
We refer to our employees as caregivers in recognition of the valuable contribution everyone makes to the health and wellbeing of those we serve.
We offer competitive remuneration and workplace benefits, a safe, healthy and diverse work environment and an organisation filled with people keen to contribute to the health and wellbeing of others.
Who we are
St John of God Health Care is a leading provider of high-quality health and community services across Australia and New Zealand.
We were established more than 30 years ago by the Sisters of St John of God, who first arrived in Western Australia and commenced caring for the community in 1895.
As a not for profit group, we return all surpluses to the communities we serve by updating and expanding our facilities and technology, developing new services, investing in people and providing our social outreach services to those experiencing disadvantage.
We are a Mission based organisation and our core Values reflect our heritage and guide our behaviours:
Hospitality – A welcoming openness, providing material and spiritual comfort to all.
Compassion – Feeling with others and striving to understand their lives, experiences, discomfort and suffering, with a willingness to reach out in solidarity.
Respect – Treasuring the unique dignity of every person and recognising the sacredness of all creation.
Justice – A balanced and fair relationship with self, neighbour, all of creation and with God.
Excellence – Striving for excellence in the care and services we provide.
St John of God Health Care is a ministry of the Catholic Church, whose Catholic social teaching is built upon the recognition of the inherent dignity of every person. Human dignity is the central element for a culture of inclusion in the workplace.
A culture of inclusion will reflect an environment that is respectful and safe, welcoming and accessible, unified and diverse.
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