Our recruitment process

What happens once you have applied for a role with Health Partners and have submitted your application?

Your application will be acknowledged within 24 hours of Health Partners receiving it.

What’s next?

Once the application period for the advertised role has closed, all applicants will be shortlisted and unsuccessful candidates will be notified by email.

The Talent Manager responsible for the role would usually then be back in contact with shortlisted applicants within a week or so of the closing date.

If your circumstances change in that time (such as being successful in securing another role or you are going away) you are welcome to contact us via people@healthpartners.com.au to let us know.

If you are shortlisted for interview, we will contact you to arrange this. If you are unsuccessful in reaching the interview phase, we will further update you of this and contact you via email.

I have an interview – what should I expect?

In the first interview you will most likely meet with the Talent Manager. You can expect in this first interview that you will be asked a range of behaviourally based questions where you will need to demonstrate the skills and experience that qualify you for the role. The interview time is likely to be around 45 minutes.

What does a second interview look like at Health Partners?

A second interview will be arranged with the Talent Manager and possibly, two Health Partners employees, likely to be the Manager and a peer. You can expect this conversation to be more technical in nature and will require you to draw on your previous work experience to give practical examples that help you demonstrate and answer the questions asked. This interview will also give you an opportunity to hear what it is really like to work at Health Partners. This interview is likely to be around 45 minutes also.

Pre-employment screening

You will be required to provide at least two referees. These will need to be people you have actually reported to or those who have been key stakeholders in your previous roles – not colleagues and they will need to be recent.

If applicable, your qualifications will be verified and you will also need to provide physical proof of your eligibility to work in Australia. Dependent upon your role, a police check, Working with Children Check and bankruptcy check may also be required.


If you successfully satisfy the reference checking process, we will make a verbal offer over the phone followed by a written offer of employment via our Onboarding system.

If you are unsuccessful at any stage

We are committed to ensuring all candidates have a positive experience throughout our recruitment process and we respect each person we have contact with.

If you have not secured an interview, we appreciate this can be hard. We can at times receive hundreds of applications for roles and as a result, the vast majority of those who apply, don’t make it through to interview stage.

You will be advised via email and you are welcome to apply again in the future or have your application retained on file for any other roles we advertise that may be of interest to you.

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