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Indigenous Workforce Consulting Adelaide SA, Australia
19 Apr, 2019
Full Time
Rewarding opportunity for experienced Registered Nurse in a team leader role Make your mark leading an exciting new program for Aboriginal Mums and Kids Advance your nursing management career in Aboriginal maternal, infant and child health Full time position  Based in Wakefield St, Adelaide
Employment Office Alice Springs NT, Australia
18 Apr, 2019
Permanent Full Time
About the Opportunity Urapuntja now has multiple opportunities for full-time Remote Area Nurses to join their dedicated team in Utopia, NT. These positions are being offered on a 12 month contract basis, with possibility of extension. Reporting to the Clinic Manager and working within a multidisciplinary team, these positions are primarily responsible for providing comprehensive primary healthcare to community members through the assessment and management of a broad range of clinical problems. The majority of your time will be spent delivering outreach services to the 16 community outstations, with the remaining time spent in Clinic. Some key duties will include (but will not be limited to): * Developing and delivering health programs with an emphasis on chronic disease management, prevention and STIs; * Participate in opportunistic and community screening activities; and * Performing consultations with community health program clients including the provision of basic physical examination and advice on the treatment and management of clients' health problems. It is mandatory you be willing to participate in the after-hours on-call and emergency care roster. PLEASE NOTE: The successful candidate must respect that Urapuntja is a DRY community. About the Benefits If you're looking for an opportunity to utilise your nursing skills in a new and interesting way, take on this challenging and rewarding opportunity within Aboriginal health! Day to day you'll enjoy incredible variety across different health issues, and get to experience parts of Australia most people never see while you're at it! On days when you will be working in the Clinic, you'll enjoy a brand new , state-of-the-art and purpose-built building nearing the end of construction, with plenty of room, specialised access, and great patient flow. On offer is a competitive base salary plus super and 24% on-call allowance! You will also have access to a range of benefits including: * A monthly RDO * 6 weeks' annual leave * Return airfares to your point of hire * Leave loading * Generous salary sacrificing options * 10 days training leave to support your professional development * 3 weeks remote area leave per annum The successful candidate will also be supplied with rent-free, fully contained accommodation, including an allowance towards all amenities provided (internet, electricity, telephone)! Urapuntja maintains a strong focus on safety of it's employees and ensures a 2-up arrangement is in place. You will always be accompanied by at least one other health care professional, and will be equipped with satellite phones and GPS trackers at all times. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. For more information on the organisation and selection criteria, and to apply, please click "apply now". Location : Australia and Oceania, Alice Springs
Employment Office Brisbane QLD, Australia
18 Apr, 2019
Permanent Full Time
About the Organisation St Vincent's Health Australia has been providing compassionate, high quality health and aged care to the Australian community since 1857. The organisation is comprised of 31 facilities across Australia, and more than 19,000 employees. With more than 160 years' experience in health care, St Vincent's Health Australia has an excellent reputation for providing innovative and quality health services and strives to deliver truly person centred care. St Vincent's Private Hospital Northside (formerly Holy Spirit Northside Private Hospital) is based in Chermside, and provides comprehensive inpatient and day services across a broad range of medical and surgical disciplines. St Vincent's Private Hospital Brisbane is based in Kangaroo Point, and specialises in medical care for those with chronic, complex and multiple health needs. About the Opportunities St Vincent's Health Australia now has multiple opportunities for Clinical Nurses (Education) to join their Brisbane teams. These positions are being offered on a part-time (0.5 FTE) basis. Roles are currently available in the following disciplines: St Vincent's Private Hospital Northside - Chermside * Oncology * Medical Surgical Paediatrics * Orthopaedics & Neurology St Vincent's Private Hospital Brisbane - Kangaroo Point * Palliative, Aged Care, Rehabilitation & Pain Management Shift times are 6:30am - 3:00pm, and 1:15pm - 9:00pm. Ideally candidates will have availability during these times, however there is flexibility a vailable regarding days to suit your needs. Reporting to the Clinical Education Manager, these positions are primarily responsible for supporting the development of skills and knowledge of clinical staff, including nursing graduates and students, to ensure the provision of excellent quality care. More specifically, some of your day to day duties will include (but will not be limited to): * Designing, delivering and evaluating relevant education to staff members relating to clinical skills, anatomy and physiology, and direct nursing care; * Conducting regular Learning Needs Analysis (LNA) for ward staff, and developing appropriate learning strategies to address identified deficits; * Monitoring clinical staff learning, mandatory training, and competency completion using the organisation's Learning Management System, and facilitating required learning activities; and * Facilitating and coordinating learning opportunities for nursing students, including appropriate staff placement in conjunction with hospital allocated student facilitators. About the Benefits This is a fantastic opportunity to utilise your specialised nursing knowledge and passion for education and training in a professional setting, while maintaining a work/life balance that fits with your lifestyle. With a small, driven team of healthcare professionals, St Vincent's Health Australia maintains a strong focus on constant improvement across their hospitals, aiming for the highest standard of education for their staff in order to deliver best quality of care for patients. St Vincent's Health Australia values and takes pride in its diversity, and continuously strives to build an inclusive workforce. You will join a passionate team, dedicated to the education of their people. On offer is an attractive hou rly rate circa $45 - $48 plus super (Level 2 rate), commensurate with experience. In addition, you will enjoy salary sacrificing options and shift penalties to increase your take-home pay! A range of benefits are also available, including qualification allowances, discounted health services and products, generous long service leave provisions and more! In addition to the above, all St Vincent's Health Australia employees benefit from ongoing professional development opportunities, from conferences to online learning and structured education. For more information and to apply, please click "apply now".
$55,000 - $85,000 yearly
Tasmanian Health Service Launceston General Hospital (LGH), Charles Street, Launceston TAS, Australia
18 Apr, 2019
Full or Part Time
LGH Nursing Pool Launceston General Hospital Tasmanian Health Service Registered Nurse Salary: $62,008 – $84,858 p.a. plus superannuation and access to salary packaging Enrolled Nurse Salary: $55,991 – $62,008 p.a. plus superannuation and access to salary packaging If you’re looking for a rewarding job with an excellent work-life balance in a beautiful part of the country, come to Tassie! The Tasmanian Health Service seeks qualified Registered and Enrolled Nurses to join the LGH Nursing Pool on a permanent basis to support Medical, Surgical, Specialty, Rural and Midwifery areas. The Launceston General Hospital is a 300 bed teaching hospital situated in central Launceston in the North of Tasmania. Pool Nursing at the Launceston General Hospital is diverse and dynamic within a supportive environment.  Applicants are required to have experience that lends itself to working across several areas. Life in Launceston offers an enviable lifestyle with affordable real estate; quality education system, stress free commuting, exceptional food and wine, a vibrant café and arts culture and all the entertainment and services needed to contribute to a great work/life style balance.   Add to this the convenience of being a one hour flight away from Melbourne and easily accessible world heritage wilderness and pristine beaches on your doorstep. Come and explore all that Northern Tasmania and the Launceston General Hospital has to offer. To find out more about this exciting opportunity, please contact Deb Stewart by calling (03) 6777 6901 or email Applications close: 22 May 2019 To view the full Statement of Duties and to apply, please visit Registered Nurses (Vacancy No: 503219) Enrolled Nurses (Vacancy No: 503201)