More than 16,000 students will visit the Western Sydney Careers Expo at Sydney Olympic Park this week, and we'll be there to help them make "healthy" choices about a career in our hospitals and community health centres. 
Western Sydney Local Health District includes five hospitals and seven community health centres including facilities in Parramatta, Westmead, Blacktown, Auburn, Merrylands and Mount Druitt, plus a new facility planned for Rouse Hill. 
The Work Out West campaign is a district initiative to attract the best and brightest to our existing facilities, and promote upcoming opportunities created by our expansion projects.  
"We have lots of job information about all kinds of careers including nursing, midwifery and medicine, but also some jobs people don't expect," said workforce manager Julia Shaw.
"Hospitals need cleaners, security officers, postal workers, wardspersons, radiographers, dietitians, IT experts, engineers, maintenance workers and groundskeepers too."
Julia said the expo was important to help young adults make good choices about their future careers. 
"We have jobs available now for qualified and entry level staff, and more jobs on the way thanks to the expansion of Blacktown Hospital and Westmead Hospital," Julia said. 
"This expo is all about giving young people the information they need to get those jobs in the future."
Staff from Western Sydney Local Health District will be at stand 51 at the expo from 28 June to 1 July. 
Or for more information about jobs available right now, visit our JOBS page. 

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