Candidates

AMA Recruit is a fully owned entity of the Australian Medical Association in Western Australia. Over the past 20 years, we have been highly successful in placing candidates across the commercial, government and non-profit sectors. We have received great feedback from our candidates for our professionalism in helping people land their dream position.

Our relationship with the AMAWA gives us access to a wealth of networks and industry connections. AMA Recruit has exclusive access to many job vacancies and opportunities for our candidates. We pride ourselves on being there for our candidates from the beginning to the end, offering comprehensive career guidance and planning services.

Our candidates don’t necessarily reside in Australia. AMA Recruit understands that there are many fantastic medical practitioners from all around the world, and we are ably set up to assist you with moving to Australia. We offer holistic recruitment services for Overseas Trained Doctors that helps them acclimatise and settle into the Australian healthcare system.

AMA Recruit offers comprehensive placement services for candidates across our four main sectors:


If you’re looking for a career shakeup, click above on our dedicated pages about each respective sector for more information on what AMA Recruit can offer you.

Please contact us if you have any further questions or to discuss your recruitment requirements.

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  • 9 News Perth12 June 2019 The Health Minister is considering mandatory flu jabs for all Perth medical staff after a crisis meeting with doctors today.
  • Youth Focus10 June 2019 The world is focusing on the health of men and boys this week for Men's Health Week!
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  • AHPRA issues stern warning for healthcare providers | AMA WA04 June 2019 The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) has issued a warning to healthcare professionals, reminding them of their “responsibility to support public health programs including vaccination”. AHPRA CEO Martin Fletcher reminded practitioners that supporting public health progr...
  • AMA (WA) supports 'safe access zones' | AMA WA03 June 2019 Patients should always be able to access medical practitioners without obstruction or fear, the Australian Medical Association (WA) said today in releasing its reaction to the State Government’s discussion paper on ‘safe access zones’ around premises that provide abortion services.
  • You first, doc! | AMA WA02 June 2019 The AMA (WA) has called on the State Government to introduce mandatory influenza vaccination for healthcare workers – doctors, nurses and allied health – in all Western Australian hospitals. In a strongly-worded letter to Health Minister Roger Cook, AMA …