Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network
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Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
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  • Link
    Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network website
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Salary estimated from 3.4K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 6 reviews and is evolving.



Clinic Clerk Grade 3 -4 in Sydney NSW
on 10 November 2019
Challenging environment to work.
Large multicultural government department offering great L & D and benefits. Busy clinical environment with restrictions and difficult patients with many medical and psychological problems. I learnt about file management, collaboration, policy's & procedures, privacy and medico legal. Most of all I learnt to be non judgemental.
Registered Nurse (Casual) in Sydney NSW
on 11 August 2019
They ended my career
Justice health is very dysfunctional and chaotic , inmates are falsely imprisoned a lot of the time and the staff aren’t very nice or helpful , there is a bullying culture and they lied about me and destroyed my career by putting a notification into ahpra about me saying I was danger to the public and effectively ended my nursing career and I was the only one who cared about the abuses happening
Administration Officer Drug and Alcohol in Sydney Olympic Park NSW
on 27 July 2019
There are much better options out there
A bit of a tricky place to navigate. Cliquey, and full of overpromoted, inexperienced middle managers who are friends of friends, and so now their recent promotions makes sense. These people appear resentful of now being office based, and making it their mission to ensure that the larger teams working lives are made hellish day to day. No appreciation of the hard work.
Registered Nurse - Permanent Part-time in Kempsey NSW
on 14 March 2018
A challenging yet rewarding Job
I have worked with Justice Health & Forensic Health Network and gain valuable experiences in relating to patients with complex chronic conditions. The health staff work along Correctional Officers in enabling people to change their life circumstances and look after their health needs and return to society.
Administration Officer in Sydney Central Business District NSW
on 30 November 2016
Great place to work
Professional company Understanding people Great core values Manager nice to work with and I work in a great team A very busy place to work, confidentiality and empathy is a must due to the environment of our clients.

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