We are a leading provider of quality, integrated care that puts our patients, residents and clients at the centre of everything we do.
Calvary offers flexible careers in clinical, allied health, hospitality, ICT and health administration, mission, leadership, management and more.
Founded in Australia in 1885 by the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary, Calvary is a charitable, not-for-profit, Catholic health care organisation. Our mission is to provide quality, compassionate health
care to the most vulnerable, including those reaching the end of their life. With over 18,000 staff and volunteers, we have a national network of 14 public and private Hospitals, 72 residential care and retirement communities and a national network of Community Care service centres.
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18,000+Staff & Volunteers
Calvary Community Care has been supporting people in their own homes and communities for over 20 years. We deliver a range of aged care, disability and other support services that enable independence, improve social connections and promote positive health and wellbeing.
Calvary offers Residential Aged Care Homes and Retirement Villages across NSW, ACT, VIC, QLD, SA and TAS. Our Aged Care homes offer a safe and relaxed place to live, with excellent levels of care and a warm, supportive environment. Our homes are as individual as our residents, but what all our homes have in common is our leading permanent and respite aged care services and person-centred approach to care, so our residents can live a safe and enriched lifestyle.
Calvary operates 14 Public and Private Hospitals and two surgicentres throughout the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria. Our hospitals provide a range of services to support the local community and may include emergency, intensive care, maternity, neurosurgery, orthopaedics, oncology, paediatrics, and palliative care.
Careers at Calvary
At Calvary, “Everyone is welcome. You matter. We care about you.” We offer a wide range of careers to support our services including:
Aged Care Workers
Medical staff including specialists, registrars, surgeons
Administrative and clerical support
Corporate support services, including ICT, HR, Marketing, Legal, Procurement, Finance. Property services
Our Mission and Values support you to thrive and be your best
Calvary’s Mission and Values provide the foundation of our commitment to you to contribute, thrive and be your best.
We recognise and celebrate individuals and teams who embody our values
Calvary and the communities we serve prize and value above all else the individuals and teams who embody the mission, values and behaviours exemplified by the Spirit of Calvary.
We embrace diversity and inclusion
Calvary is committed to valuing and respecting each other as colleagues and peers. We value the fact that individuals bring different ideas, skills and backgrounds to their work at Calvary and embrace workplace diversity as a source of strength. This is not only about increasing visible differences in the workplace, but more importantly, it is about the strategic advantage that comes from incorporating a wider variety of capabilities, ideas and insights in our decision making, problem-solving and policy development.
Benefits of working for Calvary
Alongside the opportunity to support the community through your work, Calvary provides a range of benefits for employees including:
Calvary’s ongoing partnership with Maxxia provides employees access to salary packaging, leasing a vehicle and access to various other discounts through Maxxia Rewards.
Learning and career development at your fingertips,
Discounted health and fitness program that is available to all Calvary employees and their families through Fitness Passport in NSW, SA, VIC, TAS, QLD and ACT.
Free and confidential initial counselling sessions for all employees and immediate family members.
To view our current vacancies, please visit our careers page
Mission, Values and Strategy
As a Catholic Health, Community and Aged Care provider, our vision is to excel, and to be recognised, as a continuing source of healing, hope and nurturing to the people and communities we serve. We do this through our values of Hospitality, Healing, Stewardship and Respect.
Calvary was founded by six courageous Sisters of the Little Company of Mary, who sailed into Sydney on the SS Liguria on 4 November 1885 and established nursing services, a soup kitchen, a night refuge, a school for the blind, and a parish school; and providing social services. The Little Company of Mary pioneers had little knowledge of the healthcare legacy they would create. Theirs is a story of enduring care for the physical and spiritual health of so many Australians: firstly on the streets of Sydney and the rudimentary beginnings of home nursing; latterly and currently in the stewardship of some of Australia’s best-known and much-loved hospitals, together with a national Calvary health, community and aged care ministry.
The Spirit of Calvary
The Spirit of Calvary expresses how we care for each other, and how we care for our patients, our residents and our clients by ‘Being for Others’.
Everyone is welcome
You matter. We care about you.
Your family, those who care for you, and the wider community we serve, matter.
Your dignity guides and shapes the care we offer you.
Your physical, emotional, spiritual, psychological and social needs are important to us.
We will listen to you and to those who care for you. We will involve you in your care.
We will deliver care tailored to your needs and goals.
Your wellbeing inspires us to learn and improve.
Our strategic intent is that in five years’ time, Calvary will be the health, community and aged care provider of choice, delivering with equity and compassion integrated, safe and high-quality care appropriate to the individual’s needs. We will achieve this by placing our focus on four key areas of:
Quality and safety
Our people and working environment
Partnering and planning for the present and the future.