Exciting career opportunities within our expanding Emergency and Critical Care Division

We’re seeking passionate professionals to join our team.

Why Choose Us 

  • Brand new state-of-the-art Emergency Department

  • The new Intensive Care Unit is currently in the functional development phase

  • Competitive salary + generous salary packaging options

  • Generous relocation and resettling support

  • Unique and exciting, highly-supported career pathways

Join our team - current job opportunities

Browse our current position descriptions available by clicking the headings below:

Nurse Specialist

Nurse Specialist - Grade 2 position 

Enrolled Nurse

Emergency Department Assistant

Registered Nurse

Post-Graduate Certificate in Emergency Nursing or Integrated Critical Care Nursing- partnership with University of Melbourne (Registered Nurse P.D)

Our Facilities 

The Department of Emergency Medicine, also known as the Emergency Department or ED, is a busy department attending 35,000 patients annually. our current Albury ED has 20 treatment areas including 4 consulting rooms, a plaster room, an eye room, 12 general cubicles and 2 resuscitation beds.The ED is the regional Trauma Centre for North East Victoria and the NSW catchment area. The ED also receives all orthopaedic cases for the NSW catchment area and North East Victoria.

Early in 2024, our new  Albury ED will be open to the public. The existing ED will no longer operate as an ED and the community will have access to a state-of-the-art contemporary facility including 58 treatment spaces and the following:  

  • 2 triage rooms  

  • 3 dedicated waiting rooms  

  • 8 bed Fast Track zone  

  • 16 bed acute zone  

  • 4 bed paediatric zone (with additional flex capacity)  

  • 4 bed resuscitation zone  

  • 2 isolation rooms  

  • 1 consult room for ENT/Ophthalmology  

  • 1 consult room for gynaecology  

  • 2 treatment rooms (including 1 for paediatrics)  

  • 16 bed short stay unit  

  • Future x-ray and CT scanning capacity delivered as ‘cold shell’  

  • 3 ambulance bays, 4 ambulance parking and dedicated Police vehicle parking  

  • Behavioural assessment room  

  • 2 behavioral assessment consultation rooms  

  • Private family interview room  


Our Intensive Care Unit is funded for 5 ICU or equivalent Intensive Care beds with an overall bed capacity of 12 beds comprising:

6 ICU/HDU beds

2 N-Class isolation rooms

4 CCU beds


The ICU model of care encompasses Intensive Care, High Dependency and Coronary Care patient cohorts (inclusive of paediatric patients). The Critical Care Service includes a comprehensive Clinical Liaison Service on both Albury and Wodonga sites, Donate Life program and supports the remote cardiac monitoring service for the acute campuses. Our Unit provides care to approximately 550 critically ill patients annually.


Our workforce are supported by a comprehensive clinical leadership team, including ICU Clinical Director, Nurse Unit Manager, Supervisor of Medical Training, Clinical Nurse Educators, ACCESS nurses, Clinical Nurse Consultants and Nurse Practitioner. Clinical, business and corporate operations is overseen by a Director of Nursing and Medical Director as part of the Emergency & Critical Care Division.








All for Balance 

We recognise that relocating or moving to a new organisation for professional purposes can be a big change for anyone. That’s why we prioritise a healthy work-life balance which allows you to be your best self in both regards. Albury-Wodonga and surrounding regions offer plenty to do and see, with growing communities to suit all kinds of personal endeavors. On the job, you’ll enter a tight-knit team of local heroes who are all striving to achieve the same balance.  

It’s our goal to ensure that you’re equally as excited at work as you are to enjoy your downtime. A job with AWH means a fulfilled lifestyle that makes you happy to call Albury-Wodonga home. 

All for Career Growth

We pride ourselves on offering highly sought-after training programs that support practice progression for developing nurses, doctors, and allied health staff to become experts in Emergency and Critical Care. 

You will have access to a broad range of clinical leadership roles within our service. With these expanding opportunities in clinical and leadership positions, now is the time to come on board and progress your Emergency or Critical Care career. Whether you are interested in management, education or clinical governance, we have opportunities galore for you. 

Alternatively, if your interests lie in patient flow and short stay discharge planning, leading and managing the shift, or helping develop our future workforce, we have a wide range of pathways for you to achieve your best. 

All for Community Contribution - Your contribution makes a difference 

Emergency care staff play a crucial role during critical and often life-threatening situations. Your contributions to the community are significant and encompass a wide range of activities and responsibilities, such as providing immediate and lifesaving care, supporting patients and their families, and playing a critical role in disaster preparedness and response.  

You will become essential members of the healthcare team as we protect the well-being of our communities during times of medical crisis. 

World- Class facility with regional lifestyle benefits 

Our Emergency and Critical Care division is undergoing significant service expansion with our new Emergency Department in Albury due for completion in early 2024. 

This world-class facility will be home to an expert team of healthcare professionals who will enjoy the benefits of regional living. This includes unique and exciting career development, impressive salary packages, and ample relocation services.  

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