Careers that improve lives
Work at the junction of biology, engineering and medicine to improve patients’ lives with equipment and devices.
Combine administrative tasks with practical, patient-focused tasks to support Dental Practitioners as they assess and treat patients.
Treat patients in overall oral health and hygiene.
Dish up expert diet advice, promote health, and prevent disease through the science of food and nutrition.
Fitness & sports centre manager
Manage the day-to-day operations at fitness and sports centres.
Health information manager
Manage patient, clinical and administrative information within health-related settings.
Medical imaging professional
Use imaging equipment to help diagnose, monitor, and treat patients.
Medical laboratory scientist
Conduct tests to diagnose diseases and provide information about treatment and future prevention.
Medical records administrator
Organise and maintain patients’ medical records and reports.
Care for and advise expectant mothers during pregnancy, labour, childbirth, and the early days of the child's life.
Nurse educator and researcher
Plan and execute nursing education, assess individual competence and undertake research into the field of nursing.
Help nurses to provide patients with direct support and services in health and community centres and environments.
Promote a healthy lifestyle and help prevent and treat illnesses by planning food and nutrition programs, studying dietary habits and supervising food preparation.
Paramedic & ambulance officer
Bring emergency care and transport for injured, sick and aged people.
Dispense and educate customers on prescribed medications in pharmacies or hospitals.
Practise medicine and provide health care to patients, restoring their health and helping them maintain wellbeing.
Help patients with physical difficulties resulting from ageing, disability, illness, or injury.
Focus on helping patients with injured, badly-shaped, sore, or diseased ankles and feet.
Work with cutting edge technology to take X-rays and for diagnostic, monitoring, and treatment purposes.
Give preventative and rehabilitative health care to patients and assistance to doctors and surgeons.
Help identify and diagnose medical conditions using ultrasonic equipment.
Diagnose and treat patients with speech and language difficulties.
Motivate and teach athletes the rules of sport and help them develop their skills.
Compete at the highest level in a sport that ignites your passion.
Operate on patients to repair, remove, or replace damaged or diseased tissues and organs.
Diagnose and treat the health and well-being of all animals.
Support veterinarians to perform inspections, procedures and operations for the treatment of animals.
Deliver critical care, pain management and anaesthetics to patients before, during and after surgery.
Diagnose and treat hearing and balance problems in patients.
Help protect individuals and minimise risk at crisis at crime scenes.
Indigenous health worker
Provide healthcare and support to patients in Indigenous communities.
Support injured, ill or disabled patients by promoting health and wellbeing strategies for everyday living.
Optometrist & orthoptist
Diagnose, manage and treat conditions and diseases pertaining to the human eye.
Care for patients using hands-on treatments and your knowledge of the musculoskeletal system.
Lead a team of nurses, oversee safe and quality patient care, and manage financial resources.
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