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  • Registered Nurses Inpatient Wards

    <p><em>Chris OBrien Lifehouse is one of Australia™s leading integrated cancer centres, offering a modern environment where we improve the quality of life of patients, their families and carers throughout their care journey, through our commitment at all levels to respect, choice, dignity and individuality.<em><p><p><em>With 125 beds, 18 bed ICU, Radiation oncology, chemotherapy, theatres, co-located research and clinical trials and a comprehensive supportive care service, we offer comprehensive treatment across all tumour streams underpinned by evidenced-based practice creating improved patient experience and clinical outcomes.<em><p><p> We have opportunities for Registered Nurses to join our Lifehouse Inpatient team. We are recruiting now for experienced Registered Nurses to support our growth. We are looking for RN™s Interested in a specialist surgical career path in any of our specialties including Head and Neck, Neurosurgery, Upper GI, Colorectal, Breast, Thoracic, Urology, Gynae, and Medical Oncology.<p><p>Lifehouse multidisciplinary teams recognise the value of expert nurses in delivering patient-centred care and optimal outcomes and we encourage experienced nurses to consider joining us as your next career move. If you are looking for a change and are keen to work in a compassionate care environment, then why not consider Chris O™Brien Lifehouse.<p><p><strong>We know you are special so Lifehouse offers you<strong><p><ul><li>Great people work environment<li><li>Free security onsite parking available for evening, nights and weekend shifts.<li><li>Opportunity for professional growth<li><li>Senior status available for suitable experienced applicants<li><li>Comprehensive employment benefits<li><ul><p><strong>What is required?<strong><p><ul><li>Registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)<li><li>Eligibility to work in Australia<li><li><strong>At least 2 years of postgraduate experience within an acute hospital care setting<strong><li><li>An interest in supporting patients during acute oncological treatment<li><li>Ability and commitment to work effectively within a collaborative team environment<li><li>A passion to make a difference in the care of patients and their extended families<li><li>Ability to successfully work with a multidisciplinary team<li><li>Ability to work on a rotating roster with on-call duties<li><ul><p>For more information on these opportunities please contact Diana Castrillon, HR Advisor on 8514 0000<p><p>So, if you really want to make your mark with this terrific opportunity, apply today by sending your cover letter and resume to careerslh.org.au<p><p><strong>All expressions of interest are welcome<strong><p><p>This is a Category A position. To be employed by Chris O™Brien Lifehouse you are required to provide evidence of vaccination to comply with the NSW Health Occupational Assessment, Screening Vaccination against Specified Infectious Diseases Policy. Information regarding this Policy is available on our careers website<strong> httpwww.mylifehouse.org.auaboutlifehousecareers <strong><p><p><em>Lifehouse is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with disability are encouraged to apply for all our current open positions. If you require assistance, please let us know at the time of your application.<em><p>

    location Sydney


  • Cosmetic Injector

    <p><strong>Do you aspire to help people look and feel great? Do you strive for continual skill and professional development through an ongoing training program? Advanced Cosmetic Injectors are highly regarded in the medi-aesthetics industry and we can support you in achieving and mastering this skillset.<strong><p><p>Australian Skin Clinics in NSW are recruiting for an experienced, professional Doctor or Registered Nurse for their state-of-the-art clinics, equipped with the finest technology and staffed by experienced, passionate, fun and results driven team.<p><p><strong>The ideal candidate<strong><p><p><strong><em>Must be a Registered Doctor or Nurse.<em><strong><p><ul><li>Injecting experience in the areas of muscle relaxants and dermal fillers<li><li>A passion for symmetry and delivery of results that match and exceed client expectations.<li><li>Proficient in working within set guidelines with the highest regard for company protocols<li><li>Must be competent in thorough client consultation with the ability to formulate an effective treatment plan.<li><li>Possess strong motivation through set KPI™s<li><ul><p><strong>Why work for Australian Skin Clinics?<strong><p><ul><li>Excellent Pay package and incentives plus generous discounts on all treatments and retail products.<li><li>Our team are encouraged to continue to develop their professional skills through ongoing training delivered in a controlled, clinically simulated training environment<li><li>Career progression “ We boast an exclusive training provider to Australian Skin Clinics in The Advanced Skills Academy (TASA), a controlled simulated clinic environment, where our technicians are theoretically educated and gain hands on experience in all areas of the business. These include but not limited to theory, protocol knowledge, regulations and practical training. At Australian Skin Clinics, we support and nurture our technical team in upskilling and perfecting their craft. A state-of-the-art equipped clinic with medical grade equipment<li><li>A variety of effective, advanced treatments<li><li>All clinics are supported daily by our exclusive training provider, The Advanced Skills Academy (TASA).<li><li>An interactive company intranet where you can learn, interact across the franchise network, obtain assistance from Master Franchise and be kept informed of industry relevant information and legislative changes.<li><ul><p><strong>If you have the qualities that compliment this exciting role, please register your interest by clicking ˜Apply Now™<strong><p><p><strong>Come and join the ones in blue<strong><p>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurses | South West Sydney Area.

    Due to the growth in our business of Registered Nurses Placements, we are looking for Registered Nurses for various Casual Shifts for Hospital based in South West Sydney Area.<br ><ul><li>Your own Staff App to Manage Bookings<li><li>FREE uniforms and FREE Mandatory Trainings<li><li>Public Sector Incentive in addition to NSW Health Salary  <li><ul><strong>About us<br ><strong><br > North Shore Nurses is one of the leading providers of Nurses in Australia, operating since 2004. We supply Nurses on Casual, Short term Contract and Permanent basis. We hold contracts with various Local Health Districts and chain of hospitals for the supply of nurses across Australia. We offer excellent communication and tailored made service to our nurses. We value the contribution nurses make towards patient care and whole healthcare system.<br ><br ><strong>Why North Shore Nurses<strong><br ><ul><li>Your own Staff App to Manage Bookings, Timesheets, Availabilities.<li><li>FREE Uniforms<li><li>FREE Mandatory Trainings required by Hospitals<li><li>FREE Professional Indemnity Insurance<li><li>FREE National Police Check<li><li>Highly Trained and dedicated Allocations Consultants who work for you.<li><li><strong>NSW Health Incentive paid per hour<strong><li><li><strong>Joining Bonus<strong><li><li><strong>Referral Bonuses <strong><li><li><strong>Pre-Bookings<strong><strong><strong><li><ul><strong>Job Profile<strong><br ><br > Work with Private and Public Hospitals in General Medical and Surgical wards.<br ><br ><strong>You will need to possess<strong><br ><ul><li>Current AHPRA Registration<li><li>Minimum 12 months recent work experience as General Registered Nurse<li><li>Be an Australian Citizen or hold the relevant Visa for employment in Australia<li><li>Working with Children Check<li><li>Police Check<li><li>Vaccination Record<strong><strong>including current Flu Vaccination<li><ul> Excellent opportunity for Nurses to make Extra Cash by working as Agency Nurse.<br ><br >  If you are an experienced Registered Nurse who is passionate about providing exceptional care for the patients and making a difference in their lives, wed like to hear from you.<br ><br ><strong><em>Terms and conditions apply<em><strong><br ><br ><em>North Shore Nurses is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and welcomes applications from people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds.<em>

    location Sydney


  • Part-time Nurse Practitioner - Clarence Correctional Centre

    <p><strong>Job Summary<strong> Work flexible hours to suit your life, choose your availability<p><p>This is an exciting and rewarding career opportunity for a part-time Nurse Practitioner to join the Health Services team at the new state-of-the-art Correctional Centre in Grafton.<p><p> You will have the opportunity to fully utilise your skills and experience and be part of the delivery of timely holistic care according to scope of practice within a correctional health setting.<p><p>The Clarence Correctional Centre is a 1700 bed facility making it the largest and most state-of-the-art correctional centre in Australia. Serco Australia has a 20-year contract to operate and maintain the centre, creating the opportunity for long-term, rewarding and secure employment with exciting career prospects in one of Australia™s most spectacular coastal and country locations.<p><p><p><p><strong>About You<strong><p><p>You are seeking an autonomous role which allows you to provide the highest quality medical services within a multidisciplinary Health Services team comprising of doctors, nurses and specialist service providers. As a patient-focused health professional you will be passionate about contributing to a safer community through the delivery of accessible, effective, and high-quality continuity of health services to those in our care.<p><p><p><p>Worklife balance is important to you, and the ability to work part-time  on a roster that supports your lifestyle. Enjoy delivering Primary Health care, in an opportunity to suit you that delivers meaningful care and support to our patients.<p><p><p><p><strong>About the Opportunity<strong><p><p>Our Health Services team provide primary care based on a patient-centred model allowing l patients to actively participate in their health management. The team will work closely with correctional staff to deliver holistic and integrated patient-centred health services that<p><ul><li>treat and prevent communicable disease, and proactively treat chronic disease<li><li>educate custodial patients on healthy living and lifestyle choices<li><li>assist with reintegration back into the community and provide continuity of care and<li><li>address the diverse needs of the custodial patient population, including men, women and culturally and linguistically diverse peoples through specific tailoring.<li><ul><p><p><p>Reporting to the Nurse Unit Manager, you will provide comprehensive and sustainable primary health care to patients in our correctional environment<p><p><p><p><strong>To be successful in this role, you will have<strong><p><ul><li>Current unconditional and unrestricted registration as a Registered Nurse (Division 1), with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA)<li><li>Currently endorsed as a Nurse Practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) or enrolledregistered to complete your qualification.<li><li>Master of Nursing qualification or equivalent<li><li>Extensive experience in primary health as a registered nurse andor nurse practitioner<li><li>Minimum work in the past six months as a registered nurse (nurse practitioner work preferred)<li><li>Recent participation in Continuous Professional Development (CPD) activities in accordance with AHPRA<li><li>Strong direct and in-direct people-management abilities<li><li>First class communication skills and able to operate at a Senior Management level<li><li>Self-management, motivation and resilience abilities as this position will mainly work autonomously<li><li>Demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills and the ability to communicate at all levels of the organisation and externally with a range of personnel<li><li>Cultural awareness including understanding the impact and management and working with people of different ethnic backgrounds, customs and contemporary issues<li><li>The highest levels of personal integrity and ethical behaviour<li><ul><p><strong>About Grafton<strong><p><p>Located on the NSW Mid-North Coast, Grafton is approx. 6 hours™ drive from Sydney and 4 hours from Brisbane. Set on the Clarence River, it is the main hub for the Clarence Valley with a rich natural beauty and is ideally located if you prefer the hinterland or the ocean as your back drop.  With recent Pacific Highway upgrades and investment in infrastructure, with affordable housing and access to good schools and recreation options, it is the ideal location for your next career move with your family. <p><p><strong>About Us<strong><p><p>At Serco, you™ll be part of a team of more than 50,000 people working across more than 20 countries worldwide. But no matter your role or where you™re based, we each share the same goal “ to bring service to life to make a positive difference every day. Serco is a business where people and values matter. We have a strong public service ethos, and we employ people from a range of backgrounds.<p><p><strong>Interested to be part of our brand new team?<strong><p><p>If you are inspired to make a positive difference and would like to be part of this exciting new opportunity, click the Apply Now Button.<p><p>Serco seeks and celebrates diversity. We are committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce. We are committed to diversity and we encourage people from different backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culturally and linguistically diverse and people with disabilities to apply.<p><p>To find out more about us visit <strong>www.graftonserco.com.au<strong><p>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurses - General | Sydney Western Suburbs.

    Due to the growth in our business of Registered Nurses Placements, we are looking for General Registered Nurses for various Casual Shifts for Hospital based in Sydney Western Suburbs.  <br ><br ><strong>About us<strong><br ><br >North Shore Nurses is one of the leading providers of Nurses in Australia, operating since 2004. We supply Nurses on Casual, Short term Contract and Permanent basis. We hold contracts with various Local Health Districts and chain of hospitals for the supply of nurses across Australia. We offer excellent communication and tailored made service to our nurses. We value the contribution nurses make towards patient care and whole healthcare system.<br ><br ><strong>Why North Shore Nurses<strong><br ><ul><li>Your own Staff App to Manage Bookings, Timesheets, Availabilities.<li><li>FREE Uniforms<li><li>FREE Mandatory Trainings required by Hospitals<li><li>FREE Professional Indemnity Insurance<li><li>FREE National Police Check<li><li>Highly Trained and dedicated Allocations Consultants who work for you.<li><li><strong>NSW Health Incentive paid per hour<strong><li><li><strong>Joining Bonus<strong><li><li><strong>Referral Bonuses<strong><li><li><strong>Pre-Bookings<strong><li><ul><strong>Job Profile<strong><br ><br >Work with Private and Public Hospitals in General Medical and Surgical Units<br ><br ><strong>You will need to possess<strong><br ><ul><li>Current AHPRA Registration<li><li>Minimum 12 months recent work experience as General Registered Nurse<li><li>Be an Australian Citizen or hold the relevant Visa for employment in Australia<li><li>Working with Children Check<li><li>Police Check<li><li>Vaccination Record<strong><strong>including current Flu Vaccination<li><ul> Excellent opportunity for Nurses to make Extra Cash by working as Agency Nurse.<br ><br >If you are an experienced Registered Nurse who is passionate about providing exceptional care for the patients and making a difference in their lives, wed like to hear from you.<br ><br ><strong><em>Terms and conditions apply<em><strong><br ><br ><em>North Shore Nurses is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and welcomes applications from people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds.<em>

    location Sydney


  • Practice Nurse

    I have an exciting opportunity for a Registered Nurse to join an exclusive and forward-thinking medical facility in the Northern Beaches area of Sydney. <br ><br >This role is a permanent part-time contract and the successful Registered Nurse will be part of a team responsible for the care and wellbeing of patients of a high end and fully comprehensive healthcare and medical facility. <strong><br ><br ><br >REQUIREMENTS<strong><br ><ul><li>Unrestricted AHPRA<li><li>+ 5 Years Experience as an RN in Australia<li><li>Previous Primary Care Experience<li><li>Extensive Experience with Chronic Disease Management<li><li>Professional and Empathetic Manner<li><li>Forward Thinking and Proactive<li><ul><strong><br >RESPONSIBILITIES<strong><br ><ul><li>Chronic Disease Management and Health Care Plans<li><li>Wound Management<li><li>Immunisations<li><li>Health Assessments<li><li>Blood Collection<li><ul><br ><strong>WHATS ON OFFER<strong><br ><ul><li>Up to 45 Per Hour <li><li>3 Days a Week (Tues, Thurs and Fri)<li><li>Permanent Part-Time Contract Available<li><li>Immediate Start<li><li>Exclusive High-End Healthcare Facility<li><li>Build Strong Relationships with Patients<li><li>Great Support Team and Management<li><li>State of the Art Facilities <li><li>Highly Experienced and Specialised GPs <li><li>On-Site Parking<li><li>Beautiful Location<li><ul><br ><strong>HOW TO APPLY<br ><br ><strong>If you are interested in this position click Apply, email your resume to Judith (Principal Associate, Nursing Division) on <strong>judithgorillajobs.com.au<strong> or call <strong>+61 468 718 119<strong> for a confidential discussion. <br ><br ><strong>Gorilla Jobs<strong> is one of Australia™s fastest-growing and reputable healthcare recruitment agencies. We would love to chat with you about progressing your career.<br ><br >For more Registered NurseMidwife positions in NSW please visit <strong>www.gorillajobs.com.au<strong><br ><br >GOR123

    location Sydney


  • Fantastic Opportunity for RN/Clinical Facilitators - APPLY NOW (TAE40116 needed)

    <p>Medical Staff is currently seeking clinical facilitators to work across Sydney.<br >Registered Nurses with 4 years™ experience with a desire to facilitate the new generation of nurses are encouraged to apply.<p><p><strong>About Us<strong><p><p>Medical Staff is an accredited NursingMedical Agency that specialize in Medical Recruitment and placements of nursing in health facilities, Australia wide Our professional team is dedicated to delivering excellent service to our clients and candidates.<p><p><strong>The Role<strong><p><p>We are looking for clinical facilitators to guide undergraduate students on their clinical placements. We provide facilitation work in hospitals and aged care facilities throughout Sydney for multiple Education Providers.<p><p><strong>Required Skills and Experience<strong><p><ul><li>Current AHPRA Registration<li><li>Minimum of four years nursing experience in Australia<li><li>Availability to work for a full block of placements<li><li><strong>Certificate IV in Training Assessment needed ( TAE40116)<strong><li><li>Valid Australian work rights<li><li>Strong communication documentation skills<li><li>Cert IV in Training and Assessment  is desirable <li><ul><p><strong>Benefits <strong><p><ul><li>All training is provided<li><li>Work life balance “ work WHERE and WHEN you want<li><li>Weekly pay and Fantastic Rates<li><li>An opportunity for professional growth and development<li><li>Influence the next generation of nurses<li><ul><p><strong>Sound like the perfect opportunity for you?<strong><p><p>We are recruiting for candidates to start ASAP, so please get in touch today<p><p>Please click the ˜Apply for this job™ button on seek, or call<strong> 1300 10 50 10<strong> to talk to our Facilitation Recruitment Team.<br ><p>

    location Sydney


  • Enrolled Nurse Graduate Program - July 2020

    <p><br ><p><ul><li><strong>Exciting Career Development Opportunity<strong><li><li><strong>State-of-the-art facility<strong><li><li><strong>Ongoing education professional development support<strong><li><ul><p>Northern Beaches Hospital is embarking on our first dedicated Enrolled Nurse Graduate Program. We are excited to invite applications from passionate graduate Enrolled Nurses to commence in our program on the 27th July 2020. At Northern Beaches Hospital, we aim to provide a year of consolidation of clinical skills in a supportive and caring environment.<br ><br > Northern Beaches Hospital is a fully licensed private hospital, providing care to public and private patients from an outstanding new facility with a large range of quality services provided by exceptional nurses, doctors, allied health and non-clinical staff.<br ><br > Rotations offered include<br ><br > o Day of Surgery Suite<br ><br > o Medical Wards<br ><br > o Surgical Wards<br ><br ><strong>At Northern Beaches Hospital we offer<strong><br ><p><ul><li>A structured 12 month program<li><li>Full Time and Part Time positions available<li><ul><p><strong>Graduate Program Includes<strong><br ><p><ul><li>Comprehensive Orientation Program<li><li>Experienced preceptors for initial and ongoing support<li><li>Supernumery time<li><li>Support from highly skilled staff<li><li>Education days throughout the year<li><li>Flexible rostering<li><li>Purpose built onsite education centre with the latest technology for teaching, simulation and presentations<li><li>Opportunity for permanent employment on completion of the program.<li><ul><p><strong>Selection Criteria<strong><br ><p><ul><li>Eligibility for registration as an Enrolled Nurse with the Nurses and Midwives board (AHPRA)<li><li>Completing your nursing course between December 2019 and July 2020<li><li>Ability to undertake Full Time or Part Time employment on a 7-day rotating roster<li><li>Demonstrated high level of interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills<li><li>Understanding of, and ability to work within a team<li><ul><p><strong>Interested in Joining Our Team<strong><br ><br > To find out more about Northern Beaches Hospital go to<br ><br > We offer a great work environment where youll feel respected and valued. Youll be rewarded with a competitive salary and benefits package.<br ><br > Successful applicants are required to provide evidence of a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check, a Working with Children Check and immunisation assessment prior to commencement.<br ><br > Please include a copy of your most recent CV complete with your best business hours contact number(s) and a Cover Letter describing why you would be a perfect fit for our hospital.<br ><br ><strong>Applications close<strong> 21 July 2020<br ><br ><br ><p>

    location Sydney


  • Clinical Nurse Specialist - Chronic and Complex Care Coordinator

    This is an exciting opportunity for a suitably qualified Registered Nurse with a strong interest in the provision of care to those with chronic and complex health conditions to join the very experienced and dedicated Northern Sydney Home Nursing Service.<br ><strong><br ><strong><br ><strong>Employment Type<strong> Permanent Full Time<br ><strong>Position Classification<strong> Clinical Nurse Specialist Grade 2<br ><strong>Remuneration<strong> 1,930.80 - 1,994.20 per week<br ><strong>Hours Per Week<strong> 38<br ><strong>Requisition ID<strong> REQ159567<p><strong>Where youll be working<strong><br >Brookvale Northern Sydney Home Nursing Service<p><p><strong>What youll be doing<strong><br >This position plays a major clinical and care coordination role through the provision of expert clinical assessment, referral and coordination of health and community services for people with severe chronic disease and complex care requirements living in the community who are at risk of deteriorating health that may result in declining quality of life and a hospital admission.<p><p><br >Candidates will need to meet the following criteria<p><p><p><ul><li><p>Consistently demonstrates behaviours that reinforce the CORE Values of our organisation Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment. Demonstrate these behaviours with all stakeholders colleagues, direct reports, as well as our patients and consumers, and those that care for them.<p><li><li>Registered Nurse (Division 1), with current AHPRA registration with relevant post-registration qualifications and at least 3 years experience working in Complex Care Coordination of their specified post-graduate qualification and a current NSW driver™s licence.<li><li>Substantial and current experience in Complex Care Coordination, using advanced clinical skills in patient assessment and care planning.<li><li>Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with patients, carers, and a diverse range of health care providers including those in government, non-government, residential aged care and community organisations.<li><li>Demonstrated ability to work well within a multidisciplinary team, with an emphasis on service delivery, quality of care and team cohesion.<li><li>Sound experience using Microsoft Office applications and evidence of personal time management capabilities and effective negotiation skills.<li><li>Experience in practice that promotes self-management support, behaviour change and psychosocial support and a strong understanding of the health and psychosocial issues for people living with chronic conditions and their carers.<li><li>Ability to identify and improve opportunities to enhance continuity of care between acute hospitals, primary care providers and community based services and a comprehensive knowledge of primary health and community based services.<li><ul><br ><p><br ><p><p>Need more information? <br >  1) Click here for the <a>Position Description<a><br >  2) Find out more about <a>applying<a> for this position<br > For role related queries or questions contact Nicola Holloway on Nicola.Hollowayhealth.nsw.gov.au or (02) 9887 5444<p><p><strong>Applications Close 19 June 2020<strong><p><br >

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse, Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Services

    An exciting opportunity exists for a registered nurse with a strong interest in and commitment to drug and alcohol service delivery to join the very experienced and dedicated Royal North Shore Hospital team.<br ><br ><strong>Employment Type<strong> Temporary Full Time until 6 May 2021<br ><strong>Position Classification<strong> Registered Nurse<br ><strong>Remuneration<strong> 1,230.10 - 1,727.20 Per Week<br ><strong>Hours Per Week<strong> 38<br ><strong>Requisition ID<strong> REQ170134<p><strong>What youll be doing<strong><p><p>The Registered Nurse within Drug and Alcohol Services leads and supports quality patient health outcomes with a focus of recovery with drug and alcohol. The position will work across a rotating seven day roster. <p><p><br ><p><p><strong><strong><p><p>Candidates will need to meet the following criteria<br ><p><ol><li>Consistently demonstrates behaviours that reinforce the CORE Values of our organisation Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment. Demonstrates these behaviours with all stakeholders colleagues, direct reports, as well as our patients and consumers, and those that care for them.<li><li>Registered Nurse “ Division 1 with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).<li><li>Demonstrated effective interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills and ability to work effectively within a multi-disciplinary team.<li><li>Current mental health, drug and alcohol clinical knowledge and clinical problem solving ability.<li><li>A commitment to excellence in mental health nursing practice and continuing professional development.<li><li>An understanding of the professional, ethical and legal requirements of the Registered Nurse.<li><li>Demonstrated knowledge and skills in the use of information technology systems. <li><li>An understanding of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Workplace Health and Safety (WHS), infection control, manual handling and continuous quality improvement principles. <li><ol><br ><p><br ><p><p> Need more information? <br >  1) Click here for the <a>Position Description<a><br >  2) Find out more about <a>applying<a> for this position<br > For role related queries or questions contact Alexandra Jackson on <a>Alexandra.Jacksonhealth.nsw.gov.au<a> or 02 9462 9199<p><p><strong>Applications Close 19 June 2020<strong><strong><strong><p><br >

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse

    <p>We are seeking experienced <strong>Registered Nurses<strong> to join our team at Westmead Private Hospital.<p><p>There are multiple <strong>Casual<strong> roles available<p><p><strong>About the Role<strong><p><p>Westmead Private Hospital is a modern 159 bed facility offering a comprehensive range of surgical, maternity and medical services. Located in western Sydney, Westmead Private has developed a strong focus in interventional cardiology, cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, urology and orthopaedics.<p><p>This role requires for an experienced RN to work at the hospital™s 50-bed surgical ward. This is an excellent opportunity to gain practical knowledge as you will be working with different surgical specialties i.e. orthopaedic, paediatric, gynaecology, bariatric and ENT.<p><p><strong>About You<strong><p><p>You will hold a passion for client care and a high standard of customer-focused service in line with Ramsays core values. You will have exceptional communication skills and have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. You will be a reliable team player who is also comfortable in working independently.<p><p>You will also bring<p><ul><li>Relevant qualifications and Registration with AHPRA as a Registered Nurse<li><li>2 years™ post-graduate experience<li><li>Willingness to work a range of shifts<li><ul><p><strong>Remuneration<strong><p><ul><li><strong><em>32 -45 <em><strong>per hour plus casual loading based on qualifications and years of experience.<li><ul><p><strong>Why Ramsay?<strong><p><ul><li>Flexible work practices to best match your worklife balance<li><li>Professional Development “ Grow your career across our national network<li><li>Employee assistance program<li><li>Industry discounts across private health insurance, retail services, financial services and more<li><ul><p><strong>About the Organisation<strong><p><p>The Hospital is operated by Ramsay Health Care, a global operator of private hospitals and primary care clinics with 73 Australian sites employing over 30,000 people. Ramsay focuses on maintaining the highest standards of quality and safety, being an employer of choice, and operating its business according to The Ramsay Way philosophy People Caring for People.<p><p><strong>How to Apply<strong><p><p>All applications must be lodged online. Please click the Apply button within this ad to lodge an application (applications should include CV and 2 current work-related referees). <p><p>Our commitment to quality and safety for our patients, staff and visitors is our highest priority.  Applicants will be required to provide a current (12 months or less) National Police check and a current NSW Working with Children Check prior to appointment and persons in patient contact roles will be required to provide proof of immunity to specified infectious diseases prior to commencement.<p><p>If you have any questions about this opportunity, please contact Samantha Kent on KentsRamsayhealth.com.au<p><p><strong>Applications close<strong> Friday 26 June 2020<p>

    location Sydney


  • Specialist Practice Nurse

    <p>Join a highly respected academic medical Dermatology practice located in Wollstonecraft. We are affiliated with the world™s largest melanoma research and treatment centre. This integral role will see a self-motivated, articulate, organised practice nurse deliver the best patient care.<p><p>You will be a pivotal member of the clinical team, interacting with skilled clinicians and experienced researchers. You will support different clinicians, and manage clinical enquiries from patients communicating with doctors who are often off-site. The role includes equal amounts of direct patient care and administration duties.<p><p>You will be a valued employee in a positive environment where you can make a difference. Involvement in professional education, upskilling and training is supported and encouraged.<p><p>Experience with surgical assisting and instrument sterilisation is preferable.<p><p>3 days per week. Flexibility to cover additional hours in times of heavier demand is highly desirable.<p><p><p><p><strong>Duties will include but not limited to<strong><p><p>·      Assist specialists as requested to ensure optimal patient care<p><p>·      Co-ordinate outpatient clinics<p><p>·      Assist minor surgical procedures<p><p>·      Lead nurse-led topical therapy clinic including patient education and follow-up<p><p>·      Specimen and result management, including meticulous completion of result database <p><p>·      Infection control instrument sterilisation<p><p>·      Stock maintenance clinic room preparation<p><p>·      Support research endeavours<p><p>·      Develop and maintain nursing protocols and quality assurance<p><p>·      Housekeeping<p><p><p><p><strong>Qualities of the successful candidate will include<strong><p><p>·      Excellent communication and organisational skills<p><p>·      Confidence with Medical Software with strong IT skills<p><p>·      Knowledge of all relevant industry regulatory and privacy legislation<p><p>·      A strong work ethic, demonstrating initiative and responsibility<p><p>·      Empathetic, caring, interested and positive approach to our patients<p><p>·      Strong interest in Dermatology Skin cancer<p><p><p><p><strong>Essential criteria<strong><p><p>·      Current AHPRA Registration “ Registered nurse<p><p><p><p><strong>Benefits<strong><p><p>·      Training and upskilling regarding melanoma-specific care will be provided.<p><p><p><p><strong>Application<strong><p><p>We are committed to equal employment opportunity, ethical practices, and the principles of cultural diversity.<p><p>All employees must complete a Criminal History Check and Working with Children Check prior to commencing employment.<p><p>Applicants are requested to apply online with a cover-letter and CV.<p><p><p><p>Closing date for application Friday 12 June 5pm.<p><p><p>

    location Sydney


  • Enrolled Endorsed Nurse or Registered Nurse (EEN or RN)

    <ul><li>EN or RN role in a state of the art facility for the detection and treatment of skin cancer<li><li>Casual position - approximately 1.5 days a week<li><li>Based at our Gymea centre<li><ul><p><strong><em>Please submit your application via the National Skin Cancer Centres jobs site (refer to the Start your Journey with Us section at the bottom of this job posting for the full details).  <em><strong><p><h2><strong>The Role<strong><h2><p>The Prof John Pyne Assoc Skin Cancer Centre has been purpose-built to deliver the highest standard of care in skin cancer medicine and is staffed by an experienced team of doctors expertly trained in dermoscopy  for accurate diagnoses. Currently we are seeking an Enrolled Nurse or Registered Nurse on a casual basis for approximately 1.5 days a week plus coverage for sick and annual leave. <p><p>As a nurse in our practice, you will be responsible for<p><ul><li>Surgical assistance to our clinicians with excision and graft procedures<li><li>Wound management and the removal of sutures <li><li>Sterilisation of instruments<li><li>Stock control<li><ul><p>National Skin Cancer Centres offer<p><ul><li>Modern medical facility<li><li>On the job training in a supportive environment<li><li>PPE Uniform<li><ul><p>Our terms and conditions are in accordance with the federal Nurses Award 2010 (we pay 10 above the prescribed rate).<p><h2><strong>You<strong><h2><p>You are<p><ul><li>a qualified EN or RN<li><li>customer focused and make patient care the top priority<li><li>a pro-active person who continuously seeks ways to improve and streamline processes<li><li>a strong team player who positively contributes to work culture<li><li>approachable, reliable and dependable <li><li>willing to go the extra mile when required<li><li>authorised to work in Australia <li><ul><ul><ul><h2><strong>COVID-19 Notice<strong><h2><p>You should know that in order to keep our staff safe during COVID-19 we are constantly keeping up to date with best practice recommendations through our advisory board. Some of the things we are currently doing are <p><ul><li>rigorous sanitation procedures and PPE available <li><li>high-risk or unwell patients will not be seen<li><li>waiting rooms set up to ensure social distancing<li><li>patients are encouraged to wait in their car before appointments<li><ul><h2><strong>Leaders in Skin Cancer Medicine<strong><h2><p>Prof John Pyne Assoc Skin Cancer Centre has been purpose-built to deliver the highest standard of care in skin cancer medicine. We offer a skin cancer service like no other, with a specially qualified team of doctors who provide expert, trusted advice in the areas of skin cancer management. Our doctors are supported by a team of highly trained staff who will confidently address all your skin cancer concerns.<br ><br >National Skin Cancer Centres is a division of HealthCert International, the worlds largest skin cancer training provider. We currently operate nine centres across Australia with plans to expand into new locations. We place a strong emphasis on excellence in medical care, which is strengthened by our commitment to research and education.<br ><br >Driven by a passion to make a difference and the vision of a world where nobody dies from skin cancer, the health and happiness of our patients are at the forefront of everything we do. We strive every day to exceed patient expectations and our main aim is to deliver the highest standard of care and utmost peace of mind.<br ><br >Our people are at the heart of what we do. Our team consists of handpicked staff who share our core values  Passionate about Saving Lives “ Excellence in Patient Experience “ Sharing Knowledge to Make a Difference “ One Enthusiastic team. To learn more about us visit httpswww.skincancercentres.com.au<p><h2><strong>Start Your Journey with Us<strong><h2><p><strong>Please submit applications as described below<strong><p><ul><li>Go to the role on our jobs website by copying and pasting the following link into your browser <strong>httpshcinscc.bamboohr.comjobsview.php?id=134<strong><li><li>Click the Apply for this job button on the right, complete the application form and click the Submit Application button on the bottom.<li><ul><p>If you have any questions about this role you can call Sara on 0490 338 918. <p>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse & Assistant in Nursing (AIN)

    <p>We are seeking highly motivated and enthusiastic <strong>Registered Nurses<strong> and <strong>AIN™s <strong>(Assistant in Nursing) to be part of <strong>OncologyMedical ward at North Shore Private Hospital. <strong>We currently have the following opportunities available<p><ul><li><strong>Assistant in Nursing (AIN)<strong> “ Maximum Term Full Time for 12 months (Monday to Friday)<li><li><strong>Registered Nurse<strong> “ Permanent Part Time opportunity offering a minimum 72 hours per fortnight.<li><ul><p><p><p><strong>About the Role<strong><p><p>As a member of our Oncology team, you will assess, plan and coordinate the care delivery needs of our patients with the support and guidance of our Nurse Unit Manager, Clinical Nurse and Shift Leaders to ensure a high level of quality service is provided to our patients.<p><p>Our team prides itself on exceeding Ramsay™s high standard of care with a professional and positive attitude by creating a friendly, caring and comfortable environment for our patients.<p><p><p><p><strong>About You<strong><p><p>To succeed in this role, you will bring a strong passion for client care and delivering high standards of customer-focused service in line with Ramsays core values. You will have exceptional communication skills and interpersonal skills with the ability to manage conflicting priorities.<p><p><strong>You will also bring<strong><p><ul><li>Minimum of three 3 years™ experience working in a large medicalsurgical hospital (RN role)<li><li>Previous experience in Oncology and Palliative Care (RN role)<li><li>Ability to assess, plan, coordinate and evaluate care delivery needs of patient<li><li>Demonstrates excellent time management and organisational skills<li><li>Proven ability to work effectively in a team environment and independently as required<li><li>Strong customer service skills<li><li>Certificate III in Health Service Assistance or working towards nursing degree (for AIN roles)<li><ul><p><p><p><strong>Why Ramsay? <strong><p><ul><li>Flexible work practices to best match your worklife balance<li><li>Professional Development “ Grow your career across our national network<li><li>Employee assistance program<li><li>Industry discounts across private health insurance, retail services, financial services and more.<li><ul><p><p><p><strong>About the Organisation<strong><p><p>North Shore Private Hospital is owned and operated by Ramsay Healthcare a modern, acute care hospital in Sydney with a longstanding reputation for excellence in patient care. With 313 licenced beds, North Shore Private is one of NSW™s largest Private Hospitals. The hospital performs most surgical specialties including cardiothoracic, neurosurgery, orthopaedics, advanced general and colorectal, urology, spinal surgery, ENT, vascular, paediatrics, oncology and medical care.<p><p>The Hospital is operated by Ramsay Health Care, a global operator of private hospitals and primary care clinics with 73 Australian sites employing over 30,000 people. Ramsay focuses on maintaining the highest standards of quality and safety, being an employer of choice, and operating its business according to The Ramsay Way philosophy <em>People Caring for People<em>.<p><p><p><p><strong>Remuneration <strong><p><p>On offer is a Full-Time Equivalent salary ranging from<p><ul><li><strong>64,378 - 90,421 <strong>+ superannuation based on experience level and qualifications, exclusive of penalties or allowances. (NSW RNMidwife gr1-gr8)<li><ul><p><p><p><strong>How to Apply<strong><p><p>All applications must be lodged online. Please click the Apply button within this ad to lodge an application (applications should include CV and 2 current work-related referees). <p><p>Our commitment to quality and safety for our patients, staff and visitors is our highest priority.  Applicants will be required to provide a current (12 months or less) National Police check prior to appointment and persons in patient contact roles will be required to provide proof of immunity to specified infectious diseases prior to commencement.<p><p>If you have any questions about this opportunity, please call Sarah Lichtenstein on LichtensteinSramsayhealth.com.au<p><p><p><p><strong>Close Date <strong>23rd June 2020 at 1155pm<p>

    location Sydney


  • Practice Nurse

    <h2><strong>Practice Nurse “ Riverwood<strong><h2><p><p><h2>Riverwood Medical is looking for a Practice Nurse with at least two years of experience in general practice.<h2><p>A large number of patients who are in need of a caring a dedicated nurse are waiting for you. We are offering a maternity relief position, part time, 4 days for 6 months with the possibility to continue on permanent basis.<p><p>We are a very friendly practice, we work hard within a multidisciplinary team.   Please feel free to contact me to further discuss this role.<p><p><p><p>Eddie Medina<p><p>Practice Manager<p><p>Riverwood Medical<p><p>02 9584 2215<p><p>eddieriverwoodmedical.com.au<p><p><p><p><p><p><p>

    location Sydney


  • Telehealth AIN or EN for Medicinal Cannabis

    <p><p><p><strong>About us<strong><p><p>National Cannabinoid Clinics are an Australian based Medicinal Cannabis Medical Clinic that specialise in the triage, doctor consultation, government framework approvals and patient follow-up for eligible patients who are treated with medicinal cannabis. We thrive on seeing patients lives improve after conventional therapy has not worked or a patient cannot tolerate conventional medication. We have witnessed and been integral in numerous patients having hope when hope was lost. We are a small but fast-paced and agile organisation that allows you to shine in your role with the opportunity to grow the clinic and make a huge difference in patients lives.<p><p><p><p><p><p><strong>Qualifications experience<strong><p><p><p><ul><li>Cert IV in Assistant in Nursing or Enrolled Nurse<li><ul><p><p><p><p><p><strong>Tasks responsibilities<strong><p><p><p><ul><li>Triage Patients<li><li>Answering Patient Calls monitoring their progress<li><li>Billing Patients<li><li>Data Analysis<li><li>Organising Script Management<li><li>Office Duties<li><li>Finance reconciliation<li><li>Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills needed<li><ul><p><p><p><p><p><strong>Benefits<strong><p><p><p><ul><li>Contract Work - be part of a growing medical team<li><li>Flexible days (2 days per week)<li><li>Sydney CBD location - close to public transport<li><ul><p><p>

    location Sydney


  • Clinical Nurse Specialist, HIV and Research

    An exciting opportunity exists for an qualified Clinical Nurse Specialist 2  with a strong interest in and commitment to HIV and Sexual Health nursing to join the very experienced and dedicated multidisciplinary Sexual Health Service.<p><br ><strong><strong><br ><strong>Employment Type<strong> Permanent Full Time<br ><strong>Position Classification<strong> Clinical Nurse Specialist Grade 2<br ><strong>Remuneration<strong> 1,930.80 - 1,994.20 per week<br ><strong>Hours Per Week<strong> 38<br ><strong>Requisition ID<strong> REQ154200<p><p><strong>Where youll be working<strong><br ><p><p>Royal North Shore Community Health Centre and Brookvale Community Health Centre<p><p><strong>What youll be doing<strong><br ><p><br >Provide high quality client care and clinical leadership through a co-ordinated, proactive approach that targets the needs of clients with HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI™s) attending NSLHD Sexual Health services. Participate in research that supports the current HIV and STI strategies aimed at reducing HIV transmission. 80 of this role is clinical with 20 supporting Clinic research and Quality Improvement projects<br ><p><p><p>Candidates will need to meet the following criteria<p><ol><li><p>Consistently demonstrates behaviours that reinforce the CORE Values of our organisation Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment. Demonstrates these behaviours with all stakeholders colleagues, direct reports, as well as our patients and consumers, and those that care for them<p><li><li><p>Current registration with AHPRA as a Registered Nurse Division 1 with relevant post registration qualifications applicable to HIVSexual Health and Research with at least 3 years recent full time equivalent HIV (including Sexual Health) clinical experience<p><li><li><p>Evidence of advanced clinical practice in caring for clients with HIV and STI™s including demonstrated contribution to the development of clinical practice relating to HIV<p><li><li><p>Recent experience or interest in research, clinical trials and Quality Improvement. Demonstrated understanding of ICH-GCP principles for the conduct of Clinical Trials<p><li><li><p>Demonstrated advanced leadership skills and the ability to work well within a multidisciplinary team, with an emphasis on service delivery, quality care and team cohesion <p><li><li><p>Evidence of personal time management capability, ability to prioritise and effective negotiation skills<p><li><li><p>Demonstrated excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written, verbal and electronic)<p><li><li><p>Proven computer literacy (including eMR, CHOC and powerchart) and data management skills<p><p><p><li><ol><br ><p> Need more information? <br >  1) Click here for the <a>Position Description<a><br >  2) Find out more about <a>applying<a> for this position<br > For role related queries or questions contact Joanne Holahan on <a>Joanne.Holahanhealth.nsw.gov.au<a> or 02 9462 9500<p><p><strong>Applications Close<strong><strong> 19 June 2020<strong><strong><strong><p><br >

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse

    <p><strong>Position Summary<strong><p><p>Eastern Suburb Private Hospital has exciting opportunities available for Registered nurses to join our dynamic rehabilitation team.<p><p><strong>About the Hospital<strong><p><p>Eastern Suburb Private Hospital (ESPH) is a part of Macquarie Health Corporation and is located in Randwick. The hospital has 38-bed and specialized in providing rehabilitation and medical care. Our team comprised of Rehabilitation specialist, Allied Health and Nursing staff.<p><p><strong>About the Role<strong><p><p>We are seeking a motivated registered nurse to join our supportive and experienced clinical team on Permanent Full TimePart TimeCasual basis.<p><p><strong>Key Responsibilities<strong><p><ul><li>Direct careclinical patient matters, liaise with DON or CSM regarding same.<li><li>Safe and appropriate administration of medication.<li><li>Maintain timely, accurately, legible reports in medical records and register<li><li>Participate as a member of the rehabilitation interdisciplinary team<li><li>Communicate accurately all relevant information to medicalnursingallied health staff<li><li>Supervise and educate personal service attendant<li><li>Participate in hospital quality project<li><ul><p><strong>Essential <strong><p><ul><li>Current registration with AHPRA<li><li>2-3 years of experience in a Hospital setting<li><li>Proven ability to work within a multidisciplinary team<li><li>Effective interpersonal  skills<li><li>Basic computer skills<li><li>Full working rights in Australia<li><li>Current National Police History check<li><ul><p><strong>Desirable <strong><p><ul><li>FIMS credential<li><li>Working knowledge of the National Health care standard<li><ul><p><strong>Benefits<strong><p><ul><li>Attractive Salary (30-35hour)<li><li>Close to public transport with ample of free parking in surrounding street<li><li>Range of shifts with flexible working hours<li><li>Supportive management and friendly workplace<li><ul><p><strong>Please note there is no Sponsorship available. <strong><p><p><strong>How to Apply<strong><p><p>Click the APPLY button and include your CV and a cover letter outlining your experience.<p><p><strong>Alternatively please forward applications to <strong><p><p>Satwant Kaur Bhatara, Clinical Services Manager<p><p>Eastern Suburb Private Hospital, 8 Chapel Street, Randwick, NSW, 2031<p><p>Phone number 93980800<p><p>Email address skaurmhseastern.com.au<p><p><strong>Applications close by 26th of June 2020.<strong><p>

    location Sydney


  • Practice Nurse - F/T 6 Months

    A busy medical centre in the Blacktown area is looking for a full-time Practice Nurse on a 6-month contract.   This for 38 hours a week Monday - Thursday and Saturday morning. <br ><strong><br ><br >RESPONSIBILITIES<strong><br ><ul><li>Treatment Rooms and Wound Management<li><li>Adult and Paediatric Immunisations<li><li>Disease Management and Care Plans<li><li>Health Assessments<li><ul><br ><strong>WHATS ON OFFER<strong><br ><ul><li>Up to 40 Casual 32 Permanent + (extra loading on Saturday)<li><li>Immediate Start<li><li>38 Hours Per Week<li><li>6 Months Contract<li><li>Modern Medical Facility<li><li>Work with a team of Highly Experienced and Supportive GPs<li><li>Fully Comprehensive Services inc. Allied Health, Travel, Womens Health<li><li>Convenient Location <li><li>Onsite Parking <li><ul><br ><strong>REQUIREMENTS<strong><br ><ul><li>Unrestricted AHPRA<li><li>12 Months Experience as a Practice Nurse<li><li>Professional and Empathetic Manner<li><li>Full Australian Working Rights <li><ul><br ><strong>HOW TO APPLY<br ><br ><br ><strong>If you are interested in this position click to Apply, email your resume to Judith (Principal Associate, Nursing Division) on <strong>judithgorillajobs.com.au<strong> or call <strong>+61 468 718 119<strong> for a confidential discussion. <br ><br ><strong>Gorilla Jobs<strong> is one of Australia™s fastest-growing and reputable healthcare recruitment agencies. We would love to chat with you about progressing your career.<br ><br >For more Registered NurseMidwife positions in NSW please visit <strong>www.gorillajobs.com.au<strong><br ><br >GOR123

    location Sydney


  • Fantastic Opportunity for RN/Clinical Facilitators - APPLY NOW (TAE40116 needed)

    <p>Medical Staff is currently seeking clinical facilitators to work across Sydney.<br >Registered Nurses with 4 years™ experience with a desire to facilitate the new generation of nurses are encouraged to apply.<p><p><strong>About Us<strong><p><p>Medical Staff is an accredited NursingMedical Agency that specialize in Medical Recruitment and placements of nursing in health facilities, Australia wide Our professional team is dedicated to delivering excellent service to our clients and candidates.<p><p><strong>The Role<strong><p><p>We are looking for clinical facilitators to guide undergraduate students on their clinical placements. We provide facilitation work in hospitals and aged care facilities throughout Sydney for multiple Education Providers.<p><p><strong>Required Skills and Experience<strong><p><ul><li>Current AHPRA Registration<li><li>Minimum of four years nursing experience in Australia<li><li>Availability to work for a full block of placements<li><li><strong>Certificate IV in Training Assessment needed ( TAE40116)<strong><li><li>Valid Australian work rights<li><li>Strong communication documentation skills<li><li>Cert IV in Training and Assessment  is desirable <li><ul><p><strong>Benefits <strong><p><ul><li>All training is provided<li><li>Work life balance “ work WHERE and WHEN you want<li><li>Weekly pay and Fantastic Rates<li><li>An opportunity for professional growth and development<li><li>Influence the next generation of nurses<li><ul><p><strong>Sound like the perfect opportunity for you?<strong><p><p>We are recruiting for candidates to start ASAP, so please get in touch today<p><p>Please click the ˜Apply for this job™ button on seek, or call<strong> 1300 10 50 10<strong> to talk to our Facilitation Recruitment Team.<br ><p>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurses | Regional NSW | Contracts

    SustainHealth have a number of regional NSW contracts available at the moment.<br ><br > We are currently seeking applications from those candidates who have the below experience<br ><ul><li>ICU and Critical Care experience (vent comp)<li><li>ED (ALS and triage)<li><li>Midwives  <li><ul> Locations include but are not limited to<br ><ul><li>Western NSW<li><li>Southern NSW<li><li>Murrumbidgee NSW<li><li>Northern Sydney LHD<li><ul> On Offer<br ><ul><li>Contracts for 6-13+ weeks <li><li>Free accommodation<li><li>Free travel (conditions apply)<li><li>NSW casual pay rates + shift penalities <li><li>Shift work<li><li>Contract completion bonuses<li><ul> What we need from you<br ><ul><li>Register your availability “ start and end date<li><li>Location you will be travelling to and from “ where would you consider working at this time?<li><li>OR, how far you are willing to travel from your home  <li><li>Your nursing grade<li><li>Your specialist area of experience <li><li>Your AHPRA and Compliance Documentation - Including a current police check and full immunisation serology record <li><li><strong>Must have full working rights, no sponsorships provided<strong><li><ul> Please contact elainesustainhr.com.au or call 02 8274 4660 if you have any queries about the roles.<br ><br >LI-Elaine

    location Sydney


  • Registered Practice Nurse - Immediate Start

    <p>Our client is looking for a bright and enthusiastic Registered Nurse with pre and post operative experience to provide friendly advice to patients visiting the practice. This will include working from home 3 days a week, attending surgeries on Wednesdays and 1 other admin day from the office.<p><p><strong>Client Details<strong><p><p>Our client is a smaller practice with around 10 surgeons located in an area bustling with modern amenities such as shops, cafes and restaurants. The practice focus is on orthopaedics and rehabilitation and has a great reputation in the industry<p><p><strong>Description<strong><p><ul><li>Make decisions in relation to day-to-day clinical care of patients within scope of practice<li><li>Manage and complete patient surgical bookings including estimate of fees, hospital booking forms and booking surgical equipment<li><li>Inform patients of costs of caresurgery and provide further information where appropriate <li><li>Coordinate surgical lists with hospitals and the surgeons <li><li>Liaise with patients by answering enquiries, taking phone calls responding to mail and website enquiries <li><li>Conduct medical screenings for patients <li><li>Schedule patients for laboratory and radiologic tests, pre and post operatively <li><li>Obtain insurance pre-authorisations where appropriate<li><li>Follow up and manage pathology and other medical results for patients <li><li>Sterilisation of equipment and rooms when required <li><li>Ordering of clinical stock and supplies<li><ul><p><strong>Profile<strong><p><ul><li>2+ years practical nursing in a clinical setting<li><li>Full current registration in Nursing<li><li>1 + years working in an administrative role<li><li>Confident communicator<li><li>Must be able to prioritise workloads <li><li>Strong organisational skills and ability to work autonomously<li><li>Happy to work from home 3 days per wee<li><li>Orthopaedics or rehabilitation or medical imaging background preferred but not essential<li><ul><p><strong>Job Offer<strong><p><p>60,000-80,000 + Super <p>

    location Sydney


  • IVF Nurse Coordinator - Full Time (Sydney)

    <p><strong>JOIN ONE OF SOUTHEAST ASIAS LARGEST SPECILIASED CLINIC GROUPS - CITY FERTILITY <strong><p><p>Established in 2003, City Fertility is one of Australias leading IVF and fertility services group with seven IVF clinics, 65 consulting rooms and 50 clinicians nationwide. Refer to our website <a>www.cityfertility.com.au<a> under the ABOUT tab for more information about City Fertility and our partnerships with CHA Medical Group.<p><br ><p><strong>What we offer<strong><p><p> Ethical business model<br > Positive and safe workplace culture and environment<br > Great team and support networks<br > Competitive salary and compensation<br > Professional development and career development opportunities<br > Ongoing career appraisals and recognition of career milestones achieved<br > Access to an Employee Assistance Program<p><p>We are committed to the development of our people and invest in ongoing training to improve performance, provide career development opportunities and offer competitive salaries. City Fertility is an equal opportunity employer - All facets of diversity are important to us and we endeavour to create an environment where everyone, regardless of factors such as gender, age, ability, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identification or religion, can contribute to our progressive business.<p><br ><p><strong>About the role<strong><p><p>IVF Nurse Coordinator<br > Full Time <br > Sydney CBD<p><p><p><p>The Candidate will possess the following<p><p><em><strong>Qualifications<strong><em><p><ul><li>Bachelor Degree in Nursing or equivalent qualifications<li><li>Higher Qualifications (advantageous)<li><li>Scanning experience (advantageous)<li><li>Capacity to work in Australia<li><ul><p><strong>Experience<strong><p><ul><li>Min 2 years clinical experience<li><li>Min 2 years experience in the IVF industry<li><ul><p><strong><em>Knowledge  Competencies<em><strong><p><ul><li>Intermediate to Advanced understanding of IVF and fertility treatments<li><li>Basic Intermediate administration functions<li><li>Basic Intermediate MS Office Outlook<li><li>Basic Intermediate Healthcare IT Platforms<li><li>Basic Intermediate Embryology<li><li>Basic Intermediate Assisted Reproductive Technology procedures <li><li>Basic Intermediate health industry terminology <li><li>Basic Intermediate legislative requirements to apply to protocols, policy, processes within a healthcare environment<li><ul><p>Practices in accordance with Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) National Competency Standards for Registered Nurses, National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards. <p><p><strong>Personal Attributes<strong><p><ul><li>Patient focused - with a strong customer service orientation and the ability to engage with patients and clinicians<li><li>Compassionate, Supportive and Empathetic<li><li>Highly Effective Communication and interpersonal skills<li><li>Teamwork Skills<li><li>Accuracy and attention to detail<li><li>Problem solving, critical thinking, decision maker<li><li>Excellent time management<li><li>Adaptability and flexibility<li><li>Positive Self Awareness and ability to self-assess <li><li>Focus on Continuous Improvement and supportive of change management<li><li>Team culture promoter<li><li>A willingness to embrace City Fertilitys Mission and Values<li><li>Commitment to personal and professional development and to achieve PD points required for registration.<li><ul><p><strong>Valid Australian visa with work rights<strong> - You must be legally entitled to work in Australia to accept this position and will be required to show proof of employability with a copy of your Australian visa advising of visa details and entitlements or Australian birth certificate. An Australian visa check will be completed on all successful candidates.<p><p><strong>Application process<strong><p><p>If this is the job is for you, then apply through our company website recruitment portal via<p><p><strong>www.cityfertility.com.au<strong> > Contact Us > Careers Page. <p><p><a>httpswww.cityfertility.com.auabout-uscareer-opportunities<a><p><p>Please do <strong>not<strong> apply through the Seek Apply Now button, as we require your application to be registered through our Company recruitment portal to progress your application. <p><p>Closing Date 26th June 2020<p><p><strong><em>All personal information received by will be stored, used and disclosed by us in accordance with our Privacy Policy.<em><strong><p>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse

    <br > Fixed term, 12 months part time opportunity<br > Varied shifts across Mondays to Sundays - 56 hours a fortnight<br > Located at The Shire Donor Centre, NSW<br ><br ><strong>About Lifeblood<strong><br ><br >At Lifeblood, we™re here for all Australians. And although our life-giving role started over 90 years ago with blood, today we support more people in more ways than ever before.<br ><br >We also help to facilitate the donation of tissue, organs, breast milk, and other life-giving biological products. Plus, we deliver world-class research and provide expertise in diagnostic, transplantation and other clinical services. Everyone at Lifeblood is united through the power of humanity to build a healthier nation.<br ><br ><strong>Coronavirus update<br ><strong><br ><br > Lifeblood™s top priority is the safety of our donors, staff, volunteers and, of course, blood recipients. Blood and plasma donation remains absolutely vital, and as healthcare settings, our blood donor centres remain open and our teams are ready to welcome donors who are healthy and well.<br ><br > Our donor centres are safe places and we™ve always adhered to strict sanitation protocols. In light of the current coronavirus pandemic, we™ve implemented further measures to help protect our donors and our teams too. For further information on this, please visit our <a>website<a> for updates.<br ><br ><strong>About the role<strong><br ><br >We™re currently seeking a Registered Nurse with clinical leadership expertise to join our team at The Shire Donor Centre. In this role, you will apply your phlebotomy skills whilst actively learning and adapting your approach to provide an outstanding experience for our amazing donors. <br ><br >You™ll act with a sense of urgency, high energy and enthusiasm and be able to relate openly and comfortably with everyone. You™ll value self-awareness and reflect on your own strengths and areas for development, making you a valued contributor.<br ><br >This is a fixed term, 12 months part time opportunity, 56 hours a fortnight with a rotating roster that is created in advance and can change on a weekly basis. Click <a>here<a> to view operational hours.<br ><br ><strong>Accountabilities<strong><br ><br > Deliver a supportive and safe experience to our amazing donors<br > Physically insert and remove needles to collect donations <br > Act as the first point of contact for any complex donor assessments<br > Provide clinical oversight to team to ensure phlebotomy success <br > Show pride in upholding our high safety and quality standards <br ><br ><strong>Skills capabilities<strong><br ><br > Substantial phlebotomy experience with deep clinical knowledge and expertise <br > Outstanding interpersonal skills with the ability to build a warm connection with donors<br > Collaborative with a strong sense of teamwork <br > Digital and technical aptitude <br ><br ><strong>Benefits<strong><br ><br > Salary packaging program (allowing you to make the most of your salary)<br > Rewards program offering discounts on movies, groceries, food beverage, department stores and travel leisure<br > Discounted health insurance, veterinary care and car hire<br > Internal programs focused on your wellbeing and safety <br ><br ><strong>Next steps<strong><br ><br >We™re a fast-paced business, so we aim to progress suitable candidates through the hiring process as soon as we receive applications. This may mean the role is filled prior to the advertising close date. <br ><br >We strive for an inclusive environment where people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives are respected, connected, and able to contribute to the best of their ability, with equal access to opportunities and resources.<br ><br >As part of our recruitment process, you™ll be required to complete and clear a national criminal history check, medical assessment, employment history check, and a validation of Australian working rights. <br ><br >For further details on this position please contact Kollyann Thim on kthimredcrossblood.org.au<br ><br >Salary is determined using the Lifeblood specific Nursing Enterprise Agreement. A recent copy of your nursing payslip will be used as a guide to determine pay rate within the Nursing Grade 3 category. <br ><br >To view the role statement or apply, please click ˜Apply for this job™ to be directed to our website.<br ><br >While we appreciate all interest in our business, we won™t engage with or accept candidates from agencies or consulting firms on this occasion.

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse

    <p>A busy practice in Merrylands is looking for an experienced RN with great leadership skills to work in our treatment Room and to support patients and doctors.<p><p>Previous experience in General Practice is essential, knowledge of care plans, health assessments, maintain recall reminder systems, vaccine ordering and cold chain management. Knowledge of Medical Director and Pracsoft an advantage<p><p>Duties include Immunisation, ECG, ear syringing, assist doctor in small procedures, wound management and dressings, stock ordering and also assist at reception when needed.<p><p>Must have excellent communication skills, written and verbal, must be able to multi task and be well organised.<p><p>Pay rate is negotiable.  Salary is casual but set hours. Must be fluent in English.<p><p>You must be an Australian citizen and be able to work in Australia to apply for this position. <p><p>Applications via email will only be accepted.  Short listed applicants will only be contacted<p>

    location Sydney


  • Practice Nurse

    <p><strong>About the business<strong><p><p><p><p>We are a busy established general practice in Sydneys eastern suburbs. Idyllic beachside location at Little Bay. Family oriented and well regarded in the local community.<p><p><p><p><strong>About the role<strong><p><p><p><p>We are currently seeking a registered Nurse to work alongside our team of General Practitioners, Nurses and administrative support in our fully accredited and computerised practice.<p><p>You will be part of a team responsible for, however not limited to, the following <p><ul><li>Immunisations<li><li>Assist and support GPs with minor procedures<li><li>Supporting GPs in chronic disease management- health assessments and care plans<li><li>Stock maintenance and ordering<li><li>ECG and Spirometry<li><li>Wound management<li><li>Infection control procedures<li><li>Maintaining cold chain management systems<li><li>Blood collection <li><li>Pre-Placement medical assessments<li><li>Triage<li><ul><p><p><p><strong>Skills and experience<strong><p><p><p><p>To be considered for this opportunity, applicants must meet the following criteria<p><ul><li>Previous experience in General Practice will be highly regarded<li><li>Immunisation Accreditation certification will be highly regarded<li><li>Proficient computer skills “ knowledge of Best Practice an advantage<li><li>Ability to work both autonomously and within a team<li><li>Strong communication and interpersonal skills<li><ul><p>Please contact Quynh Truong on adminprincehenrymedical.com.au<p><p><p>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse / Acute Care

    <p><strong>Programmed Health Professionals are currently looking for Acute Registered Nurses for the Western Suburbs<strong><strong>for the Public and Private Hospitals.<strong><p><p><br ><strong><em>Here is what one of our Nurses have to say about working with us<em><strong><br ><br ><br ><strong><em><em><strong><em>I like the <strong>variety, experience, and flexibility<strong> that agency nursing brings<strong>.<strong> Susan PHP Agency Nurse.<em><br ><br ><br ><strong>What we require<strong><p><ul><li>12 months experience in Australia or a reciprocal country<li><li>Great communication skills<li><li>2 clinical referees<li><li>Current AHPRA Registration<li><li>The passion to make a difference in the lives of your patients<li><ul><p><br ><strong>Whats in it for you?<strong><p><ul><li>Choose your shifts to top up your income<li><li>Online availability management system<li><li>Free Professional Indemnity Insurance and Uniform<li><li>Dedicated and friendly Allocations Team<li><li>Continual courses which contribute towards your CPD points<li><li>Great New Referral Bonus terms and conditions apply<li><ul><p><p><p><strong>Who we are<strong><p><p>Programmed Health Professionals is a leading provider of qualified and specialist nurses, carers and support staff across the acute, aged, community and disability sectors. Working with Programmed Health Professionals means you will become part of the Programmed family a company that encourages career development, supports flexibility and cares about your personal wellbeing and safety.<br ><br > Programmed strives for diversity, inclusion and equality of our people. We seek a workforce that is representative of the communities we work in. We encourage people of all cultures, gender, age, sexual orientation or abilities to apply.<p><p><strong><strong><p><p><strong>If you would like to join our team, please APPLY now.<br > To learn more about working with Programmed, we encourage you to visit our website.<strong><p><p><p><p><p><p><p>

    location Sydney


  • Assistant in Nursing

    An exciting opportunity exists for Assistants in Nursing, either part time or full time considered, with a strong interest In rehabilitation to join out experienced and dedicated  team.<br ><strong><br ><strong><br ><strong>Employment Type<strong>  Permanent Full Time and Part Time Available<br ><strong>Position Classification<strong> Assistant In Nursing<br ><strong>Remuneration<strong> 23.26 - 25.52 per hour<br ><strong>Hours Per Week<strong> 38<br ><strong>Requisition ID<strong> REQ171269<p><strong>Where youll be working<strong><br >Beachside Rehabilitation Unit <p><p><strong>What youll be doing<strong><br ><p><p>Provision of support to the nursing team in order to deliver a high standard of care to NSLHD patients.<p><p><br ><p><p>Candidates will need to meet the following criteria<p><p><p><ul><li>Consistently demonstrates behaviours that reinforce the CORE Values of our organisation Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment. Demonstrates these behaviours with all stakeholders colleagues, direct reports, as well as our patients and consumers, and those that care for them.<li><li>Currently studying Bachelor of Nursing or degree deemed appropriate OR completion of HLT32507 Certificate III in Health Services Assistance<li><li>Demonstrated, effective written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills.<li><li>Demonstrated ability to work in a team.<li><li>Demonstrated computer skills with experience using MS Office programs and electronic filing systems.<li><ul><br ><p>Need more information? <br >  1) Click here for the <a>Position Description<a><br >  2) Find out more about <a>applying<a> for this position<br > For role related queries or questions contact Vanessa Thomas on Vanessa.Thomashealth.nsw.gov.au or 9998 6053<p><p><strong>Applications Close 30 June 2020<strong><strong><strong><p><br >

    location Sydney


  • Cosmetic Nurse - Full Time and Part Time Roles

    <p><strong>WHO ARE YOU?<strong><p><ul><li>Do you consider yourself enthusiastic, driven, smart? <li><li>Like to be part of a team that genuinely enjoy their jobs working in great surrounds?<li><li>Do you want to be rewarded financially for being a high achiever?<li><ul><p>Then we want to talk with you.  At RCA, we are seeking highly motivated, driven people that are willing to learn about all of our extensive range of services.  We are known as a great employer, our team love working here.  And as we continue to expand our business, we are looking for the exceptional... is this you?<p><p><strong>WHO WE ARE<strong><p><p><strong>Rejuvenation Clinics of Australia (RCA)<strong><p><p>Rejuvenation Clinics of Australia hold the reputation as Sydneys leader in non-invasive cosmetic medicine, we have the largest and most diverse range of state-of-the-art lasers, ultrasound and skincare technology, Our outstanding levels of expertise with the latest researched and developed techniques gives great results to our clients. Our locations are in the CBD, Chatswood and Barangaroo.<br ><br >We have over 400 services including<p><ul><li><strong>Skin Rejuvenation and Repair <strong>“ the treatment of skin pigmentation, pores, fine lines, redness and rosacea, active acne, scar repair and anti-ageing.<li><li><strong>Skin Tightening and Strengthening<strong>  - Skin Tightening With Ultrasound, Ultherapy,  RF needling and laser treatments.<li><li><strong>Body Contouring<strong> - Liposculpture,  Fat Freezing and  Ultrasound fat removal.<li><li><strong>Injectables <strong>“ delivered by the Doctors and Nurses including anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers, growth factor injections and PRP for hair loss.<li><ul><p>We also specialise in permanent tattoo removal, medical grade facials and peels, laser hair removal and hold a range of our own premium cosmeceutical skincare products.<p><p>See <strong>www.rejuvaustralia.com.au<strong> for further details.<p><p><p><p><strong>THE ROLE<strong><p><p>We are seeking an experienced and passionate Cosmetic Nurse to join our high performing team as we continue our journey providing excellent client services.  We have Part-time and Full-time roles available.<p><p>The role will include<p><ul><li>Consulting clients and creating treatment plans.<li><li>Delivering a wide variety of services including Injectables, laser treatments, and skin tightening treatments.<li><li>Developing relationships with clients.<li><li>Assisting our Doctors in Medical Proceduretreatments such a Micro-Cannular Liposculpture and Laser Treatments for Snoring and Sleep Apnoea and Gynelase. <li><ul><p>The Clinic Hours are Monday to Friday 10am - 6pm and Saturday by appt 9am - 3pm, so although this will only be a maximum 38 hour per week (Full Time) or less for Part Time over a 5 day week, shifts could fall over any of these hours and days. <strong>All applicants must be flexible with work hours. Part Time applicants will be considered.<strong><p><p><p><p><strong>SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE<strong><p><p>To be successful in this role you require<p><ul><li>4 years minimum experience as a Nurse, <strong>2 year minimum Anti-Wrinkle and Dermal Fillers service delivery experience.<strong><li><li>Experience in consulting clients and developing a treatment plan.<li><li>AHPRA accredited.<li><li>Passionate about the Cosmetic Appearance Medicine industry.<li><li>The passion to consistently strive to exceed targets.<li><li>Highly effective written and verbal communication.<li><li>The ability to work cohesively as part of team and unsupervised.<li><li>The attitude that a busy day is a great day.<li><ul><p>This role is available now. If you believe you are suitable for this position please submit your <strong>Cover Letter addressing why you are suitable for this role as well as your CV<strong> and apply today via the link below.<p>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse - Renal - Queanbeyan

    <strong><strong><br ><strong><br ><strong><br ><strong>Employment Type<strong> Permanent Part-Time<br ><strong>Location <strong>Queanbeyan<br ><strong>Position Classification<strong> Registered Nurse<br ><strong>Remuneration<strong> 32.37 - 45.45 per hour<br ><strong>Hours Per Week<strong> 20<br ><strong>Requisition ID<strong> REQ161583<br ><strong>Applications Close<strong> 25 June 2020<p><strong>Where youll be working<strong><br >At Southern NSW Local Health District we are working to help our communities lead healthy lives. Our mission is that all people across our diverse societies are able to have timely access to the right healthcare in the right setting to maximise their health, wellbeing and independence.<p><p><br >Queanbeyan “ enviable lifestyle and affordable property, surrounded by an eclectic mix of small towns and villages. With Canberra just a 5 minute drive away, you can enjoy all the attractions of the nation™s capital along with fabulous restaurants. Connect easily and quickly with world through the Canberra International Airport, with the beach and ski fields just 2 hours away.<p><p>There is an abundance of lifestyle benefits available to you in country NSW and you will be amazed at what you will have access to - and it all comes without the queues and crowds of a big city. For more information visit our website. <p><p><strong>What youll be doing<strong><p><p>The Registered Nurse using best practice evidence delivers person-centered nursing care in collaboration with individuals and the multidisciplinary health care team. Provides supervision and support for less experienced clinicians to achieve people focused quality care. <br ><p><p><p><p><strong>Selection Criteria<strong><p><ol><li>Current Registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as a Registered Nurse.<li><li>Demonstrated competencies in and knowledge of the complexities and challenges involved in providing nursing care in the context of a multidisciplinary team.<li><li>Demonstrated effective clinical communication through the use of information technology, written and verbal means and sound interpersonal skills with the capacity to interact with others in a personable and professional manner.<li><li>Demonstrated application of evidence based practice and critical thinking to advocate for and implement individualised person-centred care with a commitment to quality improvement.<li><li>Demonstrated ability to supervise, delegate, and negotiate with others to deliver quality nursing care with a willingness to show leadership and embrace change in the coordination and delivery of care<li><li>Recent clinical experience relevant to the position including evidence of participation in own professional development and commitment to maintaining competence and enhancement of skills,<li><li>Demonstrated ability to effectively prioritise and organise workload and deliver care with integrity and accountability.<li><li>Postgraduate qualification in the relevant field of renal dialysis and or equivalent work experience.  <br ><li><ol><br ><p>Please note that to apply for this position you must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Australia, or be able to independently and legally live and work in Australia by way of your own Temporary Visa. We do not offer sponsorship in this position for applicants requiring a temporary visa. For more information, please see <a>www.immi.gov.au<a><p><p><p><p>This is a Category ˜A™ position, please read and understand NSW Health policy directive PD2018009. All new employees must agree to comply with the requirements outlined in this policy.  <p><p><p><p> Need more information? <br >  1) Click here for the <a>Position Description<a><br >  2) Find out more about <a>applying<a> for this position<br > For role related queries or questions contact Koushik Gowda on <a>Koushik.Gowdahealth.nsw.gov.au<a> or phone (02) 6150 7318.  <br ><strong><strong><strong><strong><p><br >

    location Sydney


  • Clinical Nurse Consultant, Mental Health

    <strong>Employment Type<strong> Permanent Part Time<br ><strong>Position Classification<strong> Clinical Nurse Consultant Grade 1<br ><strong>Remuneration<strong> 56.86 - 58.02 per hour<br ><strong>Hours Per Week<strong> 15<br ><strong>Requisition ID<strong> REQ171209<p><strong>Where youll be working<strong><br ><p><p>Northern Sydney™s vision is to be leaders in healthcare, partners in community wellbeing. Our purpose is œembracing discovery and learning, building partnerships and engaging our community to deliver excellent health and wellbeing.<p><p><br ><strong>What youll be doing<br ><strong>The Clinical Nurse Consultant - Mental Health (CNC) provides an expert mental health assessment and initial intervention service to individuals of all ages presenting to the Emergency Department (ED) at Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH). <br ><br >The CNC will be responsible for conducting a comprehensive mental health assessment for persons presenting to the RNSH ED who are experiencing mental health issues. The CNC, in partnership with the ED staff and relevant mental health staff, will determine a plan of care which may be discharge back to the community with clearly documented and communicated follow up or facilitate an admission to the mental health inpatient unit.   <br ><br >This position will be responsible for the management of patient flow for mental health in the ED after hours and proactively assist with ensuring that Emergency Treatment Performance (ETP) targets are met.  <br ><br >The CNC will promote a mental health nursing service that fosters excellence in clinical, educational and professional leadership, both within ED and the Mental Health Inpatient Units. The CNC contributes to quality health care by collaborating with health care providers, consumer groups, and other community services by developing clinical practice and family orientated standards in emergency and acute mental health care.<p><p><br >Candidates will need to meet the following criteria<br ><p><ol><li>Consistently demonstrates behaviours that reinforce the CORE Values of our organisation Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment. Demonstrates these behaviours with all stakeholders colleagues, direct reports, as well as our patients and consumers, and those that care for them.<li><li>Current unrestricted registration with AHPRA as a Registered Nurse with a minimum 5 years full time post graduate experience. In addition the Registered Nurse must have an approved post graduate qualification and substantial relevant experience in mental health nursing.<li><li>Demonstrated ability to initiate and lead evidence based nursing clinical practice in the assessment, care planning and care delivery of people with complex mental health issues in an acute setting.<li><li>Demonstrated ability in the development and delivery of educational resources and programs. Advanced computers skills with familiarity of health information data systems such as EMR, First Net,etc.<li><li>Excellent verbal communication skills and proficiency in documenting the outcome of assessments contemporaneously.<li><li>Proven ability to provide clinical leadership to Emergency Department and Generalist clinicians in the management of mental health patients with demonstrated high level ability to network and communicate across a range of internal and external key partners.<li><li>Current knowledge and high level of understanding of Mental Health Strategic Plans, Standards, Circulars and Policy Frameworks which have an impact on current mental health practice with the Emergency Department.<li><ol><br ><p>Need more information? <br >  1) Click here for the <a>Position Description<a><br >  2) Find out more about <a>applying<a> for this position<br > For role related queries or questions contact Alison Sutton on Alison.Suttonhealth.nsw.gov.au<p><p><strong>Applications Close 30 June 2020<strong><strong><strong><p><br >

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse - Serco

    <p>Medacs Healthcare is partnering with Serco to support the ADF Health Services Contract with providing experienced Registered Nurses.<p><p><strong>About the Role<strong><p><ul><li>Full-time position<li><li>Based in Sydney, New South Wales<li><li>Work for the Australian Defence Force<li><ul><p>You will be responsible for the delivery of triage, assessment, outpatient and inpatient treatment, inoculations parades and health promotion services to patients in accordance with professional standards, legislation, and Defence Policies and Procedures.<p><p>You will be required to provide report trends to the clinical supervisor or Joint Health Command (JHC) Health Centre Manager. You may be required to provide the services at places and at times as required.<p><p><strong>About the location<strong><p><p>This full-time position is across health centres in Sydney, NSW. The health centre has a number of services provided including emergency, outpatient and rehabilitation.<p><p><p><p><strong>About you<strong><p><p>You are an experienced Registered Nurse with a solid foundation in Acute and Emergency care triage assessment, outpatient and inpatient treatment, inoculations and medication management.<p><p>You have a friendly and professional manner which automatically puts patients at ease, and you take pride in your ability to inspire trust from both your patients and colleagues alike.<p><p>You are professional about providing clinical services and working as part of a multi-disciplinary team to support the delivery of the highest standard of care to patients.<p><p><p><p>To be successful in this role, you will have<p><ul><li>Australian Citizenship - Essential<li><li>2 years of Full-time experience (or part-time equivalent) as a Registered Nurse<li><li>Current unconditional and unrestricted AHPRA Specialist registration<li><li>Recent participation in CPD activities in accordance with AHPRA<li><li>Current Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (HLTAID001) certification<li><li>Current Advanced Life Support (ALS) qualification or equivalent<li><li>Experience and competency with or without a qualification in venepuncture and cannulation<li><ul><p><p><p><strong>How to Apply <strong><p><p>To find out more about these opportunities or have a confidential chat, please contact Lucy van der If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to know more click APPLY now or contact Lucy van der Merwe on 0421246381 or email for further information andor a confidential discussion. I look forward to speaking with you soon.<p>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse- Correctional Health

    <ul><li>Work available in Western Sydney<li><li>Block bookings available<li><li>Competitive pay rates and Quick pay options<li><li>Incentive bonuses- Cash4hours<li><ul><br ><strong> About Healthcare Australia <strong><br > Established in 1973, Nursing Agency Australia (NAA) specialises in supplying Critical Care Nurses to hospitals across New South Wales. Forming a part of Healthcare Australia, the leading healthcare recruitment solutions provider in Australia, we can offer you flexibility, security and the opportunity to travel due to our national scope.<br ><br ><strong> Role and experience<br ><br ><strong>You will be working with highly skilled Registered Nurses within a corrections service. The Corrections service will be offering role specific training. <br ><ul><li><strong>Primary Health Care experience required.<strong><li><li><strong>GP Clinic Experience. <strong><li><li><strong>Triage experience.<strong><li><li>Ability to deliver high quality patient care.<li><li>Excellent verbal and written communication skills.<li><li>Able to work Rotating roster.<li><ul><strong> Benefits and culture<strong><br ><ul><li>Earn Extra while working with us, get minimum 1 point every hour your work with us once you have 500 points claim it for 500<li><li>Thousands of shifts available each week<li><li>Flexibility to decide when and where you work<li><li>Exclusive provider agreements with private public sectors<li><li>QuickPay service to receive payment within 24 hours of a shift<li><li>Online shift and availability management<li><ul><strong>About you<strong>   <ul><li>Motivated, passionate and reliable<li><li>AHPRA registration<li><li>At least 1+ years clinical experience<li><li>Rights to work in Australia<li><li>ALS desirable<li><ul>             Our recruitment team is waiting to hear from you. <br >                                          Apply now<br ><br >Alternatively email <strong> genevieve.macaspachealthcareaustralia.com.au<strong>

    location Sydney


  • Endorsed Enrolled Nurse - Serco

    <h2><strong>Endorsed Enrolled Nurse - Serco <strong><h2><ul><li><strong>Great work life balance. <strong><li><li><strong>Support the Australian Defence Force as an EEN <strong><li><li><strong>Amazing Clinic Locations<strong><li><ul><p><em>Medacs Healthcare have partnered with Serco, who as part of the Australian Defence Force Health Services Contract will be providing clinical and support staff across 50+ on-base locations nationally.<em><p><p><strong>ABOUT THE ROLE <strong><p><p>As an Enrolled Nurse you will be responsible for providing outpatient assessment and health promotion services to patients, under the supervision of the Registered Nurse. You will assess the level of care required for patients and set priorities accordingly, as well as initiating treatment for minor injuries and illnesses.<p><p>The role will be Monday to Friday only with work hours of 730am-330pm creating an amazing work life balance.<p><p><strong>SKILLS EXPERIENCE<strong><p><p>Essential<p><ul><li>Australian Citizenship - Essential<li><li>Unrestricted Enrolled Nurse status with AHPRA<li><li>2 years full-time post registration nursing experience in an Acute Health Care Setting within the last 5 years (or part-time equivalent).<li><li>Recent participation in CPD activities in accordance with AHPRA.<li><li>Current CPR certification (or willingness to obtain).<li><li>The ability to work as a part of a multidisciplinary team as well as work independently.<li><ul><p><strong>HOW TO APPLY<strong><p><p>If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to know more click APPLY now or contact Lucy van der Merwe on 0421246381 or email for further information andor a confidential discussion. I look forward to speaking with you soon.<p>

    location Sydney


  • Chemotherapy/Immunotherapy Registered Nurse (Casual)

    <p>IQVIAs Home Nurse Support Service is one of Australia™s leading providers of patient support programs. We are seeking Registered Nurses with experience in administering Chemotherapy andor Immunotherapy treatments and infusions for chronically ill patients in the community.<p><p>This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a new program which enables choice of treatment setting for both patients and their DoctorsSpecialists.<p><p>These positions are casual and would suit RN™s currently working in a clinical oncology setting as an addition to their usual employment. In consultation with their patients, successful applicants will be able to arrange patient appointment times around their current work schedules.<p><p>You will be responsible for administering medication to a patient in their own home according to a treatment plan, including all associated nursing activities. You will be required to pick up the medicine from the local pharmacy or hospital and transport to the patient™s home.<p><p><strong>Successful applicants will have<strong><p><ul><li>Current AHPRA Registration<li><li>Recent clinical experience in Medical Oncology or Haematology<li><li>Minimum of 3 years™ experience in administration of chemotherapy andor immunotherapy<li><li>Competency in cannulation and accessing CVADs<li><li>Intermediate level IT proficiency<li><li>Exemplary ability to demonstrate empathy for patients and their carers<li><li>Ability to work collaboratively with patients, carers and specialists<li><li>Flexible, proactive approach to work with excellent attention to detail<li><li>Exceptional organizational, communication and administrative skills<li><li>Mobile phone with data capability<li><li>Full, unrestricted driver™s licence and a registered, well-maintained vehicle<li><ul><p><strong>Successful applicants must be able to provide the following upon recruitment<strong><p><ul><li>IV Cannulation Certificate (or declaration from NUM)<li><li>PICCPort Competency Certificate (or declaration from NUM)<li><li>Chemotherapy Competency (ADAC or equivalent)<li><li>Current BLS, ALS or CPR certificate<li><li>Current Hand Hygiene and Infection Prevention and Control Certificate<li><li>Immunisation History Statement<li><li>Recent Police Clearance certificate<li><li>Working With Children certificate (except where exempt)<li><li>Class C Driver™s license<li><li>Passport andor birth certificate<li><ul><p>Successful applicants who meet the above criteria, will be provided with program training and equipment to ensure the maximum safety of the patient and the nurse at all times.<p>

    location Sydney


  • Enrolled Nurse - Orthopaedic & Urology Surgery Ward - Prince of Wales Hospital

    <strong>Employment Type<strong> Permanent Part Time<br ><strong>Position Classification<strong> Enrolled Nurse<br ><strong>Remuneration<strong> 29.17 - 31.70 per hour<br ><strong>Hours Per Week<strong> 28<br ><strong>Requisition ID<strong> REQ170358<p><p><p><p><p><em><strong>SESLHD is committed to creating a workplace that reflects the diversity of our community. This will help ensure our employees, our patients and their carers, feel supported . We encourage people from different backgrounds to apply.<p>Employment of a temporary visa holder may only occur if no suitable permanent resident or citizen of Australia has been identified for this position following suitable labour market testing.<p><strong><em><p><p>Part time Enrolled Nurse position working 56hrs per fortnight on the 30 bed Orthopaedic Urology surgical ward at Prince of Wales Hospital. <br >You must be able to work rotating shift roster. The ward nurses are well supported by NUM, CNE and CNC.<p><p><strong>Where youll be working<strong><br >The Prince of Wales Hospital is a major teaching hospital based in Sydneys eastern suburbs that serves all of New South Wales. The hospital is situated close to the city, Bondi Beach, excellent shopping facilities, and within walking distance to Coogee Beach. <p><p>We are affiliated with the University of NSW, one of the premier medical teaching facilities in Australia. This assists us to provide excellence in care in conjunction with our commitment to clinical teaching and medical research. <p><p>Currently the NSW Government is investing 720 million to redevelop the Prince of Wales Hospital and progress the vision of Randwick as a world-leading centre for health and wellbeing, research, education and teaching. An Acute Services Building will be built in Stage 1 including a new adult emergency department, extra beds, intensive care unit, and new operating theatres for the campus. <p><p>More than just a new hospital building, this major redevelopment will transform how we deliver health services at Randwick. This facility will enable us to continue to attract and retain the best nurses, doctors and support staff and meet the changing health needs of our community. The redevelopment expands opportunities for cutting-edge health research, world first treatments and improved patient outcomes.<p><p><strong>What youll be doing<strong><br ><p><br >The vision for South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD) is <strong><em>˜exceptional care, healthier lives™<em><strong>. SESLHD is committed to enabling our community to be healthy and well, and to providing the best possible compassionate care when people need it. <p> All staff are expected to act as an appropriate and effective role model and promote culture and supporting practices that reflect the NSW Health CORE values of Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment through demonstrated behaviours and interactions with patients, clients and employees.<p><p>All staff are expected to take reasonable care that their actions do not adversely affect the health and safety of others, that they comply with any reasonable instruction that is given them and with any reasonable policiesprocedures relating to health or safety in the workplace, as well as notifying any hazardsrisks or incidents to their managers. <p><p>The Enrolled Nurse delivers high quality nursing care to patientsclients of the Prince of Wales Hospital (POWH) consistent with SESLHD and POWH policies, procedures and standards. <br >The Enrolled Nurse works under the direction and supervision of the Registered Nurse, and assists in the provision of nursing care. Enrolled Nurses retain responsibility for their personal actions whilst remaining accountable to the Registered Nurse for delegated functions. <p><p>All Enrolled Nurses must comply and act in accordance with recognised professional and organisational standards established by <br >NSW Health <br >The Nurses and Midwives Board of Australia <br >South Eastern Sydney Local Health District <br >Prince of Wales Hospital <br > The vision for nursing at Prince of Wales Hospital is to embrace a culture that enables all persons to flourish. Nurses at the Prince of Wales Hospital are committed to working within Practice Development principles. This is enabled through a framework of inclusiveness, active participation and collaboration. <br >Our staff, through facilitation, are empowered and engaged in the shared decision making process in order to influence practice. This is achieved by working together in an environment which supports person centeredness through evidence based care, learning and enquiry. <br >Clinical supervision at the point of care is the role and responsibility of each Registered NurseMidwife and Enrolled Nurse within everyday clinical practice, in line with the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council Decision Making Frameworks for Nurses and Midwives. <p><p><br ><p><p><strong><em>Selection Criteria<em><strong><p><p><p><ol><li>Current registration as an Enrolled Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (AHPRA).<br ><li><li>Holds a Nursing Midwifery Board of Australia approved qualification in medicines administration, including intravenous therapy. <br ><li><li>Ability to communicate effectively with patients, carers, other care providers, hospital clinicians, immediate team members and other stakeholders.<br ><li><li>Supports working in a person centred environment.<br ><li><li>Current professional practice knowledge base.<br ><li><li>Basic computer skills and proven ability to use health information systems.<br ><li><li>Knowledge and understanding of risk management, safety and quality principles and the role of the Enrolled Nurse in applying these principles.<br ><li><ol><p><p><p> Need more information? <br >  1) Click here for the <a>Position Description<a> and <a>SESLHD Expected Standards<a><br >  2) Find out more about <a>applying<a> for this position<br > For role related queries or questions contact Samantha Ryan on 9382 3866 or Samantha.Ryanhealth.nsw.gov.au<p><p><strong>Applications Close<strong> 24 June, 2020  <strong><strong><p><br >

    location Sydney


  • Speciality Registered Nurses

    <strong><p><strong>Employment Status<strong>  Permanent Full-Time and Permanent Part-Time roles available<p><p><strong>Location <strong>Buderim Private Hospital, Sunshine Coast<p><p><strong>Classification <strong>Registered Nurse “ Level 1<p><p><strong>Remuneration Value <strong>35.42- 45.53 ph (FTE 69, 989 - 89, 967), 9.5 employee contribution to super, 17.5 annual leave loading + not for profit salary packaging benefit + cumulative study leave.<strong><strong><p><p><strong><strong><p><p><strong>We are inviting applications from specialty Registered Nurses for a number of full-time and part-time roles available at Buderim Private Hospital. <strong><p><p><strong><strong><p><p>At Buderim Private Hospital, we have a deep and real connection to the Sunshine Coast. Driven by a desire to consistently exceed the needs and expectations of our patients, their families and the community, we develop partnerships to deliver personalised, quality care from the heart. Proudly not for profit, we provide a comprehensive range of emergency, critical care, surgical and medical services using the latest technology. It™s our unique blend of care, commitment and expertise that has us rated as one of the best hospitals in Australia.<p><p><p><p><strong><strong><p><p><strong>About the Roles <strong><p><p>With a number of exciting senior specialty roles now available at Buderim Private Hospital, we are inviting applications from experienced Nurses for positions across<p><ul><li>Critical Care<li><li>Rehabilitation<li><li>Orthopaedics<li><li>General Medical<li><ul><p><p><p>These positions will be a mix of full-time and part-time hours depending on the successful candidate™s availability.  Successful candidates will present with the following<p><ul><li>Current and unconditional AHPRA Registration<li><li>Flexibility to work across a 247 rotating roster<li><li>If applying for a role in Critical Care, you will hold a Critical Care Certificate<li><li>4+ years of post graduate experience and ideally hold further education qualifications in specialist area or working towards same<li><li>Specialty experience in either Critical Care, Rehab, Orthopaedics or General Medical setting<li><li>A desire to perform team leader roles and work towards an ongoing leadership level 2 or CNM role in the future<li><li>Demonstrated commitment to person-centred care<li><ul><p><p><p><strong>We™ll look after you too<strong><p><p>Our people mean the world to us. We do everything we can to ensure they enjoy opportunities and benefits that are as inspiring and rewarding as the fantastic work they do. Flexibility, development, and a values-led culture are just some of the experiences you™ll have here at UnitingCare.<p><p><p><p>We offer access to health and wellbeing, financial, retail and lifestyle benefits designed to make life more enjoyable. As a registered not-for-profit, we also offer competitive salary-packaging designed to increase your take home pay. We celebrate a highly-diverse and inclusive workforce and are invested in your professional and personal development.<p><p><p><p><p><p><strong>Let™s talk<strong><p><p>To apply for this opportunity, please click on the Apply button below to be taken to our online application process. We look forward to receiving your application by 30 June 2020<p><p><strong><strong><p><p><strong><strong><p><p><em>Through our values UnitingCare are proud of our teams diversity, we believe in the strength of a diverse and inclusive workforce to help us achieve the best outcomes for the communities in which we operate and serve. We highly encourage applications from people who identify as a part of the Australian Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander Community. We work hard to make our services welcoming and safe for every person. We are united in keeping children, young people and the elderly safe from harm, within our services, workplaces and the communities we support. We are committed to speaking up loudly for their safety.  <em><p><p><p><br ><br ><strong>Enquiries<strong> Kathy Carfantan<br ><strong>Ph<strong> 5430 3399<br ><strong>Applications Close<strong> 30062020<strong>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse/Scrub Scout - Perioperative Services

    <p><strong><strong><p><ul><li><strong>Want to work with a motivated and friendly team?<strong><li><li><strong>Work in a state-of-the-art perioperative suite with the opportunity to expand your skills be exposed to a variety of specialties.<strong><li><li><strong>Do you need flexibility?  We can offer hours to suit to maintain the right worklife balance<strong><li><ul><p>North Shore Private Hospital is seeking a Registered NurseScrub Scout to join our Perioperative Services Team. We currently have available<p><p><strong>2 x Permanent full-time opportunities <strong><p><p><strong>About the Role<strong><p><p>The Perioperative Service team at Northshore Private Hospital are a busy team, often completing up to 30 joint replacements each week.  Stepping into this team you will have the opportunity to expand your skills and be exposed to a range of specialities.<p><p>We are defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care and are a great choice for candidates who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment with access to ongoing education and new technologies. Our technologies include our Mako robot for joints an our Mazor robot for ortho and neuro spines. We also do many large sarcoma tumour cases.  It is a busy dynamic department embracing new technologies.<p><p>The successful candidates must be committed to the provision of a high level of customer service and quality health care in a team environment.<p><p><p><p><strong>About You<strong><p><p>To be successful in this role you will be a positive and effective team player who brings excellent clinical and interpersonal skills. You will thrive in a fast-paced environment and be able to manage your time effectively to meet your responsibilities.<p><p><strong>You will also demonstrate<strong><p><ul><li>Relevant current registration with AHPRA<li><li>Minimum of 3 years™ experience as a Scrub Scout RN with a strong perioperative background experience (Both positions)<li><li>Orthopaedic experience with the ability to scrub for spinal and joint replacement surgery (Position 2)<li><li>Excellent interpersonal and communication skills<li><li>High standard of customer service<li><li>Proven ability to work effectively in a team environment and independently as required<li><li>Excellent time management skills<li><li>Demonstrated understanding of current relevant guidelines, regulations and standards<li><ul><p><p><p><strong>Why Ramsay? <strong><p><ul><li>Flexible work practices to best match your worklife balance<li><li>Professional Development “ Grow your career across our national network<li><li>Employee assistance program<li><li>Industry discounts across private health insurance, retail services, financial services and more.<li><ul><p><strong><strong><p><p><strong>Remuneration <strong><p><p>On offer is a Full-Time Equivalent salary ranging from<p><ul><li><strong>64,378 - 90,421 +<strong> superannuation based on experience level and qualifications, exclusive of penalties or allowances. (NSW RNMidwife gr1-gr8)<li><ul><p><p><p><strong>About the Organisation<strong><p><p>North Shore Private Hospital is owned and operated by Ramsay Healthcare a modern, acute care hospital in Sydney with a longstanding reputation for excellence in patient care. With 313 licenced beds, North Shore Private is one of NSW™s largest Private Hospitals. The hospital performs most surgical specialties including cardiothoracic, neurosurgery, orthopaedics, advanced general and colorectal, urology, spinal surgery, ENT, vascular, paediatrics, oncology and medical care.<p><p>The Hospital is operated by Ramsay Health Care, a global operator of private hospitals and primary care clinics with 73 Australian sites employing over 30,000 people. Ramsay focuses on maintaining the highest standards of quality and safety, being an employer of choice, and operating its business according to The Ramsay Way philosophy People Caring for People.<p><p><p><p><strong>How to Apply<strong><p><p>All applications must be lodged online. Please click the Apply button within this ad to lodge an application (applications should include CV and 2 current work-related referees). <p><p>Our commitment to quality and safety for our patients, staff and visitors is our highest priority.  Applicants will be required to provide a current (12 months or less) National Police check prior to appointment and persons in patient contact roles will be required to provide proof of immunity to specified infectious diseases prior to commencement.<p><p>If you have any questions about this opportunity, please contact Kate Sholl on ShollKramsayhealth.com.au<p><p><p><p><strong>Close Date <strong>15th July 2020 at 1155pm<p>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurses- General | Northern Sydney Area.

    <div>Due to the growth in our business of Registered Nurses Placements, we are looking for General Registered Nurses for various Casual Shifts for Hospital based in Northern Sydney Area.  <br ><br ><strong>About us<strong><br ><br >North Shore Nurses is one of the leading providers of Nurses in Australia, operating since 2004. We supply Nurses on Casual, Short term Contract and Permanent basis. We hold contracts with various Local Health Districts and chain of hospitals for the supply of nurses across Australia. We offer excellent communication and tailored made service to our nurses. We value the contribution nurses make towards patient care and whole healthcare system.<br ><br ><strong>Why North Shore Nurses<strong><br ><ul><li>Your own Staff App to Manage Bookings, Timesheets, Availabilities.<li><li>FREE Uniforms<li><li>FREE Mandatory Trainings required by Hospitals<li><li>FREE Professional Indemnity Insurance<li><li>FREE National Police Check<li><li>Highly Trained and dedicated Allocations Consultants who work for you.<li><li><strong>NSW Health Incentive paid per hour<strong><li><li><strong>Joining Bonus<strong><li><li><strong>Referral Bonuses<strong><li><li><strong>Pre-Bookings<strong><strong><strong><li><ul><strong>Job Profile<strong><br ><br >Work with Private and Public Hospitals in Medical and Surgical Department.<br ><br ><strong>You will need to possess<strong><br ><ul><li>Current AHPRA Registration<li><li>Minimum 12 months recent work experience as General Registered Nurse<li><li>Be an Australian Citizen or hold the relevant Visa for employment in Australia<li><li>Working with Children Check<li><li>Police Check<li><li>Vaccination Record<strong><strong>including current Flu Vaccination<li><ul> Excellent opportunity for Nurses to make Extra Cash by working as Agency Nurse.<br ><br >If you are an experienced Registered Nurse who is passionate about providing exceptional care for the patients and making a difference in their lives, wed like to hear from you.<br ><strong><strong><br ><strong><em>Terms and conditions apply<em><strong><br ><br ><em>North Shore Nurses is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and welcomes applications from people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds.<em><div>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse - Aboriginal Health

    An exciting opportunity exists for a Registered Nurse with a strong interest in and commitment to Aboriginal Health to join the very experienced and dedicated NSLHD Aboriginal Health Service team.<br >This is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identified position. Applicants must be of Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander descent and have demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Exemption is claimed under section 14d of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, NSW.<br ><strong><br ><strong><br ><strong>Employment Type<strong> Temporary Full Time until 2 May 2021<br ><strong>Position Classification<strong> Registered Nurse<br ><strong>Remuneration<strong> 1230.10 - 1727.20 per week<br ><strong>Hours Per Week<strong> 38<br ><strong>Requisition ID<strong> REQ170948<p><strong>Where youll be working<strong><br ><p><p>Based at St Leonards “ covering areas across the NSLHD catchment.<p><p>Northern Sydney™s vision is to be leaders in healthcare, partners in community wellbeing. Our purpose is œembracing discovery and learning, building partnerships and engaging our community to deliver excellent health and wellbeing.<p><br ><strong>What youll be doing<strong><br >The purpose of this role is to provide high quality, safe and culturally appropriate nursing care within an individualised holistic framework and within the Registered Nurse Scope of Practice. In the delivery of nursing care the Registered Nurse will work under both the direct and indirect supervision of the CNC.<br >The position will work in partnership with a multidisciplinary team to achieve identified goals and outcomes. <p><br >Candidates will need to meet the following criteria<p><p><br ><p><p><p><ul><li>Consistently demonstrates behaviours that reinforce the CORE Values of our organisation Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment. Demonstrates these behaviours with all stakeholders colleagues, direct reports, as well as our patients and consumers, and those that care for them.<li><li>Must be Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent (N.B. an applicants race is a genuine occupational qualification and is authorised under section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, NSW).<li><li>Registered Nurse - Division 1 with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).<li><li>Demonstrated commitment to work with and build positive relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, clients, families and carers.<li><li>Demonstrated application of professional and ethical boundaries when working within complex situations and by applying evidence based practice and critical thinking.<li><li>Ability to establish links with local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to promote the importance of improving health outcomes and encourage and support the increased use of health services. This includes 715 MBS Health Assessments for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and MBS care planning and follow-up items.<li><li>Demonstrated communication skills, both written and verbal.<li><li>Current NSW Drivers Licence.<li><ul><p><p><p> Need more information? <br >  1) Click here for the <a>Position Description<a><br >  2) Find out more about <a>applying<a> for this position<br > For role related queries or questions contact Peter Shine on peter.shinehealth.nsw.gov.au or 9462 9020  <p><p><strong>Applications Close 1 July 2020<strong><strong><strong><p><br >

    location Sydney


  • RNS - Casual and full time

    <p>Lakeview Private Hospital (LPH) is an established multidisciplinary private hospital located at Bella Vista, Sydney. LPH seeks to employ staff members with a passion for healthcare and a deep commitment to the philosophy of <em>Patients First<em>. With views overlooking Norwest Lake, LPH offers a tranquil atmosphere in a state-of-the-art environment with large operating theatres and outstanding rehabilitation facilities.<p><p>We are currently recruiting experienced RNS to work in our Recovery, Anaesthetics and Theatres (scrubscouts).<p><p>Essential Criteria<p><ul><li>Current Nursing Registration with AHPRA<li><li>Minimum of 4 years™ experience in Recovery, Anaesthetics or Theatres.<li><li>The ability to work both independently and within a team structure.<li><li>Achieved a Graduate Certificate in Anaesthetic and Recovery Nursing or working towards<li><li>Scrub Scout candidates must currently work in the OT setting with a minimum 2 years of experience. Must be familiar with scouting for multiple case types  e.g ortho, gynae, colorectal, bariatrics, general etc <li><li>Experience in ICU, Emergency, or HDU will be highly regarded as well as Current Advance Life Support training <li><li>Demonstrated understanding of current relevant guidelines, regulations and standards.<li><li>Candidates with a postgraduate qualification (or currently working towards one) in Perioperative Nursing will be highly regarded.<li><li>Excellent communications and interpersonal skills the ability to engage positively with all stakeholders<li><li>Commitment to quality, best practice and environmental safety<li><li>Knowledge of legal and ethical requirements<li><li>Demonstrated knowledge of professional standards<li><li>Hold a passport or visa that allows you to live and work in Australia.<li><ul><p>Benefits<p><ul><li>Well controlled nurse patient ratio, in compliance with state-wide guidelines<li><ul><ul><li>Breaks given timely to staff as per WHS guidelines<li><li>Internal and External education seminars available<li><li>Free onsite parking<li><li>Support from CNS and Team Leader available across all shifts<li><li>May be offered permanent position after 6 months depending on probationary performance<li><ul><p><strong>All candidates are required to submit their application via our online recruitment portal which can be accessed via the following link<strong> - httpslakeviewprivate.com.aucareers-and-volunteers<p><p>Once you have reached our Careers page, click on the orange button that says click here to submit your application. Please note “ if you do not apply via Lakeview™s online recruitment portal, your application will not be processed. <p><p>Due to the role being in a Hospital environment, candidates will need to comply with our immunisation policy which means candidates will need to demonstrate immunity, or be prepared to be immunised,  against TB, Measles, Diptheria, Pertussis, Hepatitis B, Rubella, Varicella, Tetanus and the Mumps. Employees will only be offered employment if they meet our immunisation requirements.<p><p>Only applicants with permanent work rights will be considered for this position.  We do not accept applicants without this status.<p>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurses- General |Northern Sydney Area.

    Due to the growth in our business of Registered Nurses Placements, we are looking for General Registered Nurses for various Casual Shifts for Hospital based in Northern Sydney Area.  <br ><br ><strong>About us<br ><strong><br > North Shore Nurses is one of the leading providers of Nurses in Australia, operating since 2004. We supply Nurses on Casual, Short term Contract and Permanent basis. We hold contracts with various Local Health Districts and chain of hospitals for the supply of nurses across Australia. We offer excellent communication and tailored made service to our nurses. We value the contribution nurses make towards patient care and whole healthcare system.<br ><br ><strong>NORTH SHORE NURSES IS ONE OF THE EIGHT AGENCIES  SELECTED TO SUPPLY NURSING STAFF TO HEALTHCARE FACILITIES ACROSS NORTHERN SYDNEY LHD.<strong><br ><br ><strong>Why North Shore Nurses<strong><br ><ul><li>Your own Staff App to Manage Bookings, Timesheets, Availabilities.<li><li>FREE Uniforms<li><li>FREE Mandatory Trainings required by Hospitals<li><li>FREE Professional Indemnity Insurance<li><li>FREE National Police Check<li><li>Highly Trained and dedicated Allocations Consultants who work for you.<li><li><strong>NSW Health Incentive paid per hour<strong><li><li><strong>Joining Bonus<strong><li><li><strong>Referral Bonuses<strong><li><li><strong>Pre-Bookings<strong><strong><strong><li><ul><strong>Job Profile<strong><br ><br > Work with Private and Public Hospitals in Medical and Surgical Department.<br ><br ><strong>You will need to possess<strong><br ><ul><li>Current AHPRA Registration<li><li>Minimum 12 months recent work experience as General Registered Nurse<li><li>Be an Australian Citizen or hold the relevant Visa for employment in Australia<li><li>Working with Children Check<li><li>Police Check<li><li>Vaccination Record<strong><strong>including current Flu Vaccination<li><ul> Excellent opportunity for Nurses to make Extra Cash by working as Agency Nurse.<br ><br ><strong>IF YOU HAVE BEEN WORKING AT ANY FACILITIES OF NORTHERN SYDNEY LHD THROUGH ANY AGENCY BUT YOUR AGENCY IS NOT PART OF THE TENDER ANYMORE, WE WANT YOU.<strong><br ><strong><strong><br ><strong><em>Terms and conditions apply<em><strong><br ><br ><em>North Shore Nurses is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and welcomes applications from people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds.<em>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurses

    <p>Wolper Jewish Hospital is a private not-for-profit hospital located in Woollahra, NSW. Our hospital is looking for experienced Registered Nurses (RNs) to join our friendly and supportive team. We have casual and permanent positions available on our rehabilitation ward.<p><p>Our rehabilitation unit accommodates 32 patients experiencing functional deficit caused by a range of conditions, mainly post orthopaedic surgeries (elective hipknee replacement surgery) or musculoskeletal conditions. The goal of our inpatient rehabilitation program is to enable patients to return to a safe and independent lifestyle.<p><p>The RNs are responsible for the delivery of quality, efficient and effective person-centred care as part of a larger multidisciplinary team. Our RNs provide appropriate supervision andor mentoring for other nursing staff, including delegation of care to Enrolled Nurses and Assistants in Nursing staff according to their competence and within their scope of practice. The RN will need to be able to respond effectively to any emergency situations andor changing status of the patient.<p><p>For more information about our hospital and services, please visit httpswolper.com.au<p><p><strong>Essential Criteria<strong><p><ul><li>Registration as a RN with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA)<li><li>A minimum of 2 years recent experience in an Australian hospital setting<li><li>High level of communication, interpersonal and customer service skills<li><li>Demonstrated effective time management skills and ability to prioritise competing workloads<li><li>Commitment to professional development<li><li>Experience in medical andor rehabilitation nursing<li><ul><p><strong>Only Suitable Applicants Who Meet Essential Criteria Will be Contacted<strong><p><p>Please note that to apply for this position you must be an Australian Citizen, a Permanent Resident or be able to independently and legally live and work in Australia.  Visa sponsorship is not available.<p><p>It is a condition of employment with Wolper Jewish Hospital that all staff provide a satisfactory Police Check and acceptable evidence of protection against specified infectious diseases.<p><p><strong>CONTACT DETAILS                    <strong><p><p>Marcelle Segal<p><p>Manager Rehabilitation Services<p><p>Phone 02 8324 2221<p><p><p>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse Peri-Operative Suite - Bega

    <strong><strong><br ><strong>Employment Type<strong>  Casual<br ><strong>Location<strong> Bega<br ><strong>Position Classification<strong> Registered Nurse<br ><strong>Remuneration<strong> 32.37 - 45.45 per hour<br ><strong>Hours Per Week<strong> Dependant upon the Health Service needs <br ><strong>Requisition ID<strong> REQ159032<br ><strong>Applications Close<strong> 27 June 2020<p><br ><strong>Where youll be working<strong><br ><p><p>At Southern NSW Local Health District we are working to help our communities lead healthy lives.  Our mission is that all people across our diverse societies are able to have timely access to the right healthcare in the right setting to maximise their health, wellbeing and independence.<p><br ><p>There is an abundance of lifestyle benefits available to you in country NSW and you will be amazed at what you will have access to - and it all comes without the queues and crowds of a big city. <p><p>For more information <a>visit our website<a>. <p><p><p><p>Bega “  the rural heartland of the Sapphire Coast halfway between Melbourne and Sydney, a short drive to beautiful sandy beaches and national park wilderness. Just 3 hours to Canberra with the perfect climate to the outdoors all year round, including whale watching between June and November. The pretty valley is a beautiful base for exploring gorgeous beaches, tranquil waterways and beautiful national parks.<p><p><p><br ><strong>What youll be doing<strong><br >The Registered Nurse using best practice evidence delivers person-centered nursing care in collaboration with individuals and the multidisciplinary health care team. Provides supervision and support for less experienced clinicians to achieve people focused quality care. <p><p><p><strong>Selection Criteria<strong><p><ol><li>Current Registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as a Registered Nurse.<li><li>Demonstrated competencies in and knowledge of the complexities and challenges involved in providing nursing care in the context of a multidisciplinary team.<li><li>Demonstrated effective clinical communication through the use of information technology, written and verbal means and sound interpersonal skills with the capacity to interact with others in a personable and professional manner.<li><li>Demonstrated application of evidence based practice and critical thinking to advocate for and implement individualised person-centred care with a commitment to quality improvement.<li><li>Demonstrated ability to supervise, delegate, and negotiate with others to deliver quality nursing care with a willingness to show leadership and embrace change in the coordination and delivery of care<li><li>Recent clinical experience relevant to the position including evidence of participation in own professional development and commitment to maintaining competence and enhancement of skills,<li><li>Demonstrated ability to effectively prioritise and organise workload and deliver care with integrity and accountability.<li><ol><p><p><p>This is a Category ˜A™ position, please read and understand NSW Health policy directive <a>PD2018009<a>.  All new employees must agree to comply with the requirements outlined in this policy<p><p><br ><p><p><p><p>Please note that to apply for this position you must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Australia, or be able to independently and legally live and work in Australia by way of your own Temporary Visa.  We do not offer sponsorship in this position for applicants requiring a temporary visa.  For more information, please see <a>www.immi.gov.au<a><p><p><p><p><p><p> Need more information? <br >  1) Click here for the <a>Position Description<a><br >  2) Find out more about <a>applying<a> for this position<br > For role related queries or questions contact Elke Koslowski on 02 6491 9370 <a>Elke.Koslowskihealth.nsw.gov.au<a><p><p><strong><strong><strong><strong><p><br >

    location Sydney


  • RN Required as Treatment Room Team Leader - Fairfield

    <strong>Make a Difference to the Community Help Facilitate the Provision of Affordable, Accessible Comprehensive Healthcare to all.<strong><br ><br ><strong>Healius Limited<strong> is one of Australias largest listed healthcare organisations employing over 11,000 staff. We operate Medical Centres throughout Australia and have Pathology, Imaging and Technology divisions. The success of our businesses enables us to continually innovate and grow.<br ><br > The Medical Centres Division develop and operate modern, large scale multi-disciplinary medical centres. Each centre integrates the practices of GPs, Nurses, Dentistry, Physiotherapy and Specialists. We provide high quality healthcare which is affordable and accessible with 71 Centres  57 Dental centres across Australia. <br ><br ><strong>About The Role<strong><br ><br > An opportunity exists to establish yourself within a successful and professional network of over 70 Medical Centres. Our multi-disciplinary Medical Centres provide affordable and accessible triage services to our patients across Australia.<br ><br > To assist us in the delivery of this service, we are looking for an experienced Registered Nurse to join our team as a Team Leader. Our state-of-the-art, fully equipped Treatment Room is located at Fairfield Chase Medical Dental Centre Oxley.<br ><br > To be suitable, you will confidently provide comprehensive healthcare to our patients including category 4 5 triage services and emergency care. You will be friendly, demonstrate strong initiative and strive to deliver an exceptional service. <br ><br > This is a permanent full-time role working Monday to Friday. You will report directly to the Practice Manager. Full training and support will be provided to the successful candidate.<br ><br ><strong>Duties would include<strong><ul><li>Assist Health Care Professionals with Treatment Room procedures including excision of lesions, plastering and assessments.<li><li>Wound dressings and the removal of suture.<li><li>Prioritising emergency situations.<li><li>Perform ECGs and other tests such as spirometry and audiograms.<li><li>Assisting with child and travel immunisations.<li><li>Blood collection.<li><li>Monitoring and reporting on stock levels within the Treatment Room.<li><ul><strong>About You<strong><br ><br > You will be an experienced AHPRA Registered - Registered Nurse with previous experience in a general practice setting. Suitable candidates will possess <ul><li>Superior assessment skills and critical thinking.<li><li>Excellent verbal communication skills.<li><li>Capacity to multi-task and prioritise.<li><li>Neatly presented.<li><li>NSW Working with children check clearance <li><li>Evidence of vaccinationimmunity history for Hepatitis B, MMR, dTpa, Varicella and vaccinationscreening for TB.<li><li>Eligibility to work in Australia required.<li><ul><strong>Benefits<strong><ul><li>Possibility of great career growth and development - we are one of Australias largest ASX listed healthcare organisations.<li><li>Good worklife balance.<li><li>Make a difference to your community.<li><li>Full training support will be provided.<li><li>Uniform provided for ease.<li><ul> Join us and work with one of Australias leading Health Care providers. <br ><br > Dont miss out. Just select <strong>APPLY NOW<strong> to make a difference to your community

    location Sydney


  • Practice Nurse

    <p><strong>Practice Nurse <strong><p><p><p><p><p><p>Allcare Carnes Hill Medical Centre is a  well established, accredited General Medical Practice located in the South Western  suburbs of Sydney, in Horningsea Park.  We are co-located with a major shopping centre with Cafes and Restaurants nearby. There are 14 doctors within the practice, 7 Full Time and  7  Part Time,  dedicated to providing quality care to a broad range of patients ranging from babies and families to chronic care patients. All Allied Health practitioners, X ray, Physiotherapy, Pathology and Chemist services are available under the same roof. You will be joining a team of 4 Registered Nurses. This position requires you to work either normal hours and or After Hours ( Monday To Friday  ). Saturday work may be required.  <p><p>We are looking for a Casual , registered nurse with  experience working in a general practice setting. Chronic Disease Management  Care- Plans Experience will be highly regarded.    This is an exciting opportunity to use your previous experience to help improve the practices capacity to deliver a range of services, and implement new initiatives, with the support of a strong team and enjoyable atmosphere.<p><p><strong>The nursing role will involve<strong><p><ul><li>Care plans<li><li>Health Assessments<li><li>immunisations and vaccinations<li><li>wound care<li><li>venepuncture<li><li>ecgs<li><li>spirometry<li><li>management of diabetes program, cold chain and infection control systems<li><li>patient follow up and recall<li><li>assisting GPs with clinical matters and patient care plans<li><li>working with practice manager on improvement of Clinical Care<li><li>meeting practice  clinical targets<li><li>reporting on targets and monitoring systems<li><li><strong>Essential criteria<strong><li><li>Previous experience in general practice<li><li>Chronic disease Care Plan experience<li><li>Knowledge and confident computer skills (medical director and Pracsoft )<li><li>Current drivers licence and use of own vehicle<li><li>Team player and communicator<li><li>Ability to work independently.<li><li>People skills and a positive can do attitude<li><li>Ability to follow policies and procedures.<li><li><li><li>Remuneration will depend on experience and qualifications.  Salaries will be negotiated prior to final appointment.  Terms and conditions of employment are governed by the Nurses Modern Award 2010 and the National Employment Standards in the Fair Work Act 2009.<li><ul><p><p><ul><li><strong>Application<strong><li><li>Please email a covering letter with your resume to <strong>ngurejaachmc.com.au  <strong><li><li><li><li>Allcare Carnes Hill Medical Centre<li><li>Lot 60, Cnr of Kurrajong Cowpasture Road,<li><li>Horningsea Park,<li><li>NSW -2171<li><ul><p><p><p><p>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse - Sydney LHDs on-boarding

    <p>In light of the fall-out from Covid-19 restrictions and consequences and the catching up on outstanding, back-logged elective surgery, Sydney facilities are anticipating a high demand for local and backpacking Registered Nurses interested in casual shifts.<p><p>Supplying on contract to various LHD™s, on-boarding will be streamlined to fast-track your application, and can be even quicker for those who already possess a Stafflink number through another agency or with another LHD. Providing your documents meet compliance requirements, you can be ready to go within a few days at certain locations<p><p><strong>There™s plenty in it for you<strong><p><ul><li>An abundance of shifts across Sydney™s east, north and south<li><li>Advanced rosters, plus additional day by day bookings<li><li>Choose your work pattern, from one occasional shift to full-time equivalent hours<li><li>Fast-track hospital on-boarding<li><li>Private hospital work available too<li><li>Remote regional and rural contract opportunities<li><li>Referral program to sister YNA offices around Australia<li><li>Guidance with achieving work compliance in Australia if still overseas, or a new arrival<li><li>Access to online training and development<li><li>Access to our on-line rosteringavailability App<li><li>Professional Indemnity Insurance cover<li><ul><p><strong>Essential requirements<strong><p><ul><li>Work rights in Australia <li><li>A minimum of 12 months local or UKIrish post-grad clinical experience<li><li>Secondary qualifications in your specialty field (to qualify for specialty rates)<li><li>Compliance with NSW Healths vaccination policy, including new season flu jab<li><li>Current AHPRA registration (no restrictions)<li><li>Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check and NSW Working with Children Check <li><li>Completed Covid 19 online training<li><ul>

    location Sydney


  • Registered Nurse

    <ul><li>Great team environment and flexible working conditions<li><li>Committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity<li><li>Salary Packaging options available to improve your net income<li><li>Great Location, close to public transport<li><ul><p>St Lukes Care is an iconic private health organisation that has delivered excellence in care for almost 100 years. Our Hospital, Aged Care facility, Rehabilitation and Home Care service are all committed to providing the highest quality care. We invest in our staff™s development and provide a culture that allows you to grow.<p><p>St Luke™s Hospital consists of a day surgery unit, rehabilitation unit, two medicalsurgical wards and four operating theatres.  St Lukes Cares major specialties are hand surgery, ENT, orthopaedics, plastics, gynaecology, paediatrics, and general surgery.<p><p>We are currently seeking self-motivated Registered Nurses to join our dedicated nursing team in our Hospital Wards and Operating Theatres.<p><p><strong>Reporting to Nursing Unit Manager, you will be responsible for<strong><p><ul><li>Providing excellent clinical care to the patients<li><li>Clinical assessment, care planning, and updating patient documentation<li><li>Working in accordance with St Lukes Care Policies and procedures<li><li>Communicating effectively with patients, their families, doctors and staff (both internal and external)<li><li>Working autonomously with a positive attitude<li><li>Demonstrated commitment to ensuring that clinical practice within the department is in accordance with ACORN standards<li><ul><p><strong>Essential Criteria<strong><p><ul><li>Registration with AHPRA<li><li>Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal<li><li>Actively participate in patients ongoing care, including evidenced based practice, delegation, patient advocacy, conflict resolution, interpersonal and negotiation skills<li><li>Demonstrate accountability, transparency, responsibility for their own actions while working within their scope of practice<li><li>Knowledge ofor a willingness to learn about the 8 national standards as these are the governing standards by which your practice<li><li>Demonstrated ongoing professional development and be proactive in own career advancement<li><li>Evidence to participate or knowledge of infection prevention and control, Work Health Safety (WHS) Legislation, waste reduction programs and manual handling practices and competencies<li><li>Previous experience in acute hospital care or a rehabilitation setting is essential.<li><ul><p><strong>Benefits and Perks<strong><p><ul><li>Wide range of salary packaging options up to 15,900 per year to reduce the amount of tax paid and increase your take home pay<li><li>Positive and friendly team culture with a like-minded team and a fun and active work environment<li><li>Competitive remuneration packages<li><li>Diverse role with training and education opportunities<br ><li><ul><p>If you are a passionate nurse who believes in our mission of <em>providing quality care with a personal touch<em>, please submit your application including an up-to-date resume and cover letter outlining your suitability. If you would like to find out more about St Lukes Care, visit our website at <a> www.slc.org.au<a><p><p><strong>PROOF OF ELIGIBILITY TO WORK IN AUSTRALIA MUST BE PROVIDED<strong><p><p><strong>ONLY SHORT LISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED<strong><p><p><em>All positions at St Lukes Care are subject to relevant character and probity checks including criminal record andor working with children checks.   <em>Immunisation against specified infectious diseases (or proof of non-response) are also a requirement of employment at St Luke™s Care.<em><em><p><p>Recruitment Agencies - thank you for thinking of us. We do intend on filling this role through direct channels however if we require any assistance we will contact recruitment agencies directly.<p>

    location Sydney


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