Work for us

People working in the hospital

Fiona Stanley Hospital staff work in a state-of-the-art facility, equipped with the very latest in technology and designed to provide the very best in patient care.

Set in the heart of Murdoch, approximately 15 kilometres south of the Perth CBD, our hospital is part of a vibrant community well serviced by public transport, retail outlets, cafés and other recreational facilities.

The hospital is surrounded by leading health, research and education facilities – including Murdoch University, St John of God Hospital and an on-site medical research facility operated by the Western Australian Institute of Medical Research.

The working environment

We offer a range of additional staff benefits, including:

  • generous salary packaging arrangements
  • extensive online library resources
  • professional development opportunities
  • flexible leave arrangements. 

Staff have access to on-site end of trip facilities, including secure bicycle storage, showers, lockers and changing rooms.

We provide a safe and healthy working environment, including:

  • 24-hour on-site security
  • direct and well-lit routes to all areas of our hospital from the main parking zones
  • clear pathways for safe access from the bus stops located at several locations on our campus.

Childcare facilities

A 102-place childcare facility is located in the southern boundary of our hospital campus. The facility caters for children from six weeks to 5 years of age and operates 7 days a week between 6am and 6pm (subject to demand) to coincide with regular shift hours. The childcare facility is run by Wanslea Early Learning and Development (external site). Staff can express interest and find out further details by contacting the Centre Coordinator on 6165 3555.

An ideal setting

We will provide a calming environment for staff to enjoy during work and break times with a variety of conservation areas, public open spaces, rooftop gardens and plenty of natural light in both patient and staff areas.

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