From locum shifts and permanent roles to rural and remote contracts, we have opportunities that tick all the right boxes.
Once you work your first shift with us you will receive and exclusive bonus of 5,000 HCA Rewards points (T&Cs Apply).
What is HCA Rewards? HCA Rewards is our way of rewarding you for referring friends, joining the team, rejoining if you haven’t worked with us for a long time and other ongoing initiatives. Convert your HCA Rewards points to Qantas Frequent Flyer points and put them towards your holidays or shop over +3,000 products in our HCA Rewards store.
Find out about our latest opportunities by registering your interest with us below.
Do you know any Doctors out there looking for a NEW opportunity?
HCA Doctors is giving you the opportunity to win an extra 25,000 HCA Rewards points for referring Doctors to us by the end of May.*
You will receive 8,500 HCA points for every Doctor you refer, but the person that refers the most number of Doctors will receive the grand prize of 25,000 HCA points (T&Cs Apply)Refer a Friend
Doctors Joining Bonus
If you are ‘New’ to HCA Doctors, you will receive a 5,000 HCA Rewards points bonus once you work your first shift with us.
Doctors ReJoin Bonus
If you are considered Inactive with HCA Doctors (have not submitted an invoice for 12 months) you will receive a 5,000 HCA Rewards points bonus when you come back and work your first shift with HCA Doctors.
Doctors Referral Competition
The ‘Active’ Doctor that refers the most number of ‘New’ Doctors to us before the end of May will receive an addition 25,000 HCA pts on top of their referral bonuses.
Fill in your details below and we’ll help you find a job opportunity that’s well suited to you.
Get rewarded for referring a Nurse, Midwife, Support Worker, Doctor or Allied Health professional.
Discover HCA Rewards, our loyalty program rewarding Nurses, Support Workers, Doctors and Allied Health professionals who are working with us.
With 14 agencies across Australia, HCA is a national nursing agency with additional agencies in the United Kingdom (UK) and New Zealand.