Terms and Conditions
Candidates are to meet the cost of their airfare. However, upon receipt of proof of payment of the airfare, the NSW Health Department (the Department) will reimburse candidates:
- with a 2 year contract up to a maximum of A$2,500 for a return airfare, on the basis of a payment of 25% of the cost of the airfare, payable on completion of each of the following periods of service: 3,9,15 and 18 months;
- with a 1 year contract up to a maximum of A$1,100, on the basis of a payment of 50% of the cost of the airfare, payable on completion of 6 and 12 month's service.
Where a candidate leaves or relocates before the end of the contract period, without the Department's prior approval, no further reimbursement in respect of airfares will be payable beyond the date of departure or relocation.
Where a Radiation Oncology Treatment Centre has a vacancy which engages a candidate for a period of less than 18 months (eg: maternity leave or long service leave locum) while undertaking a 2 year contract, the Department will endeavour to offer an alternative appointment with an agreed Radiation Oncology Treatment Centre for the remainder of the term. If this is not possible, the Department will re-imburse the candidate the full cost of the return airfare, up to a maximum of A$2,500.
Once confirmation of your employment by a Radiation Oncology Treatment Centre is received, the Department will provide to each candidate a once-off accommodation subsidy of A$1,200 (A$100 per week for the first 12 weeks of their contract).
Business Visas / Relocation
Individual Radiation Oncology Treatment Centres will sponsor candidates for business visas. The costs of business visas are to be met by candidates.
Candidates wishing to relocate from one Radiation Oncology Treatment Centre to another must obtain approval from the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs and the NSW Health Department.
This web page is managed and authorised by Statewide Services Development of the NSW Department of Health. Last updated: 30 March, 2009