Permanent Healthcare Jobs in Australia | Move with You + Aus

Your pathway to permanent healthcare jobs in Australia

Find your perfect healthcare role and make your Australian dream come true with You and Aus. We’re a boutique jobs agency that specialises in helping healthcare workers from the UK, Ireland, Canada and New Zealand make the move down under.

Register Now

Benefits of relocating to Australia with You and Aus

Relocation Support


You and Aus help you with the entire ‘big move’ checklist, including AHPRA registration, visas, job requirements, accommodation and pay expectations.

Working conditions


Healthcare workers have great working conditions in Australia. With better patient ratios (1:4 to 1:6), career flexibility, work/life balance, and more.

Choice of Location


Choose from work opportunities across the country and enjoy the best of the Australian lifestyle. We’ll help you find the right role in our cities, small towns, and regional locations.

High pay rates



Enjoy competitive salaries or hourly rates with set hours in some of the world’s best healthcare facilities. No obligations to do overtime!

“It’s exciting to work in Australia, with new friends to meet and amazing learning opportunities”

Cathy, General Registered Nurse, on her experience of moving from Ireland to Australia

Apply Now

+ willing?

Want more information about our permanent healthcare roles? Connect with our Recruitment team by registering your details today.

Register Now



We’re here to help. Check out some of our most frequently asked questions. And if you don’t find what you’re looking for, be sure to contact someone from our team.

Where do I start?

Our team of international recruitment consultants can walk you through the entire process, from preparing your AHPRA registration and discussing your visa options to chatting about work opportunities. They’ll also advise on which You+Aus (You and Aus) agency would be best suited to support you.

When should I apply for AHPRA?
This varies and depends on your individual travel plans. The average application takes 4-6 months to come through at an ‘in principle’ stage. Once you reach this stage, you’ll need to go to one of the AHPRA offices in Australia within a certain timeframe. We’ll help you work out a time to apply that suits your travel plans.
What visas can I apply for?

The most common visa is a Working Holiday Visa (WHV) 417. This gives you full work and travel rights throughout Australia. There are also multiple sponsorship visas that we can help with if you’d like extend your stay. 

What’s a day in the life of an Australian Residential Aged Care Nurse?

As a Residential Aged Care Nurse, you will be responsible for providing round-the-clock care, medication management, wound care, and assistance with activities of daily living. You work alongside a variety of other well trained and passionate healthcare professionals to ensure the best outcomes for residents.

Do you help with organising accommodation?

We’ll give you advice on where to live, and local rental markets, based on your lifestyle and plans. If you decide to work in a rural or remote contract, clients sometimes offer accommodation and travel packages that cover a lot of your living expenses. 

How much will I get paid?

Salaries depend on a number of factors, including the part of Australia you work in, your level of experience, and the role type, e.g. permanent or casual. However, compared to the UK or Ireland our nurses always tell us just how good the pay is in Aus!

Will I be supported when I arrive in Australia?

Yes. Once You+Aus positions you with one of our agencies, you’ll be in good hands. Our local agencies were established as family-run businesses and are focused on supporting their people. The allocations team will help you find shifts in your preferred area of specialisation in locations that are close to home. If you decide that you want a change of scene, simply contact the You+Aus team and they’ll help you to transfer to another part of Aus. Should you decide to go into permanent work with a client, you will be supported by that hospital or facility.