JOBS

Qjtkalc2uyz8ytsngnya
A rare opportunity exists at Cleveland Medical to work locally for a generous remuneration package. 
We are seeking an experienced RN to be part of an innovative fast paced, expanding private general practice located in the beautiful bayside suburb of Cleveland. 
This position would suit a friendly, motivated and enthusiastic team player who is able to demonstrate a willingness to work within current systems with the ability to initiate new systems utilising their professional skills. 
At least two years experience in general practice is essential and previous involvement in preventative health and Chronic Disease Management will be advantageous. 
Good computer skills are required and experience with Best Practice software and clinical auditing tools such as Topbar and PenCat will be highly regarded.  
The successful applicant will possess well developed interpersonal skills (verbal and written), an excellent knowledge of requirements for a medical practice as well as the demonstrated ability to provide a high standard of clinical practice and patient care in addition to the ability to work autonomously and within a supportive team environment. 
Familiarisation with the RACGP Standards for General Practice (4th edition) will be required to assist with maintaining practice accreditation.
To learn more about our practice please visit our website: www.clevelandmedical.com.au or visit our facebook page.
To apply, please include a cover letter addressing the above criteria, including CV to Email: *****@clevelandmedical.com.au + click to reveal
Klffjweuqkul7yjgao6i
The town is close in proximity to large regional centres, with Cairns being a 1 hour drive north and Innisfail 30 minutes to the south. Babinda offers a range of services and amenities, as well as a variety of sporting and recreational facilities. The town is impeccably tidy and is famous for being one of Australia’s wettest towns. Babinda averages over 4,400 millimetres each year and the town embraces the high annual rainfall as it provides the lush rainforest surroundings. The real beauty of Babinda is found in the National Parks located within a few minutes’ drive of the town.
Remuneration value up to $31 783 p.m., comprising salary between $5676.30 - $7840.10 p.f. MEDC1.1 - MEDC3.2 (L13-L25), employer contribution to superannuation (up to 12.75%), annual leave loading (17.5%), professional development allowance, motor vehicle allowance, professional development leave 3.6 weeks p.a., private practice arrangements plus overtime and on-call allowances. (Temporary Full Time from 06 November 2017 until 31 October 2018 with the possibility of extension. Applications will remain current for the duration of the vacancy).
Job Ad Reference: IN251397

Purpose of the Role

Provide and maintain an effective, efficient and equitable medical service at the Babinda Multipurpose Health Service and other facilities within the Innisfail Health Services in cooperation with the Babinda and Yarrabah Medical Superintendent and the Director of Nursing/Facility Manager. Competently deliver acute medical care and further develop practical skills and clinical knowledge applicable to medical practice. Within the Innisfail Health Services Hub, you will contribute as a team member to provide high quality medical services in primary and secondary medical care to individual patients as well as population health services to the local community. You will commit to patient safety and continual development of your clinical knowledge and skills, supervising and training junior doctors and medical students.
Potential applicants are advised that the Aged care Act 1997 requires Queensland Health employees and volunteers of aged care services to have a current National Police Certificate.  Queensland Health will facilitate the applicants obtaining the above check.
It is a condition of employment for the employee in this role to be, and remain, vaccinated against or non-susceptible to the following Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPDs) during their employment: Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR), Varicella (chicken pox) and Pertussis (whooping cough). Existing staff engaged prior to 1 July 2016 (and have not had a break in service) are not subject to this new condition of employment unless they are moving from one Hospital and Health Service to another Hospital and Health Service within Queensland).
Existing staff that have previously submitted this evidence since 1 July 2016 will not be required to resubmit.
It is a condition of employment for the employee in this role to be vaccinated against or not susceptible to Hepatitis B. Proof of vaccination or non-susceptibility is a condition of employment for all staff (new and existing) who have direct contact with patients or who in the course of their work may be exposed to blood/body fluids or contaminated sharps.
It is strongly recommended that you complete the VPD Evidence Form and prepare your documents prior to meeting with the selection panel; however you will only be required to supply the evidence if you are the preferred applicant. If you are the preferred applicant, your application for employment will not be successful unless you comply with this Queensland Health policy. Further information and Evidence Forms can be found at https://www.health.qld.gov.au/employment/work-for-us/dept-of-health/pre-employment/vaccinations/providing-evidence

How to Apply:
Please download the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants (at the links in the boxed area above) for instructions on how to apply for this role. If you have difficulty viewing this role description in .pdf format, please contact Recruitment Services on *****@health.qld.gov.au + click to reveal to request it in .doc format. Please note that if the information requested in the ‘how to apply’ section is not provided, plus the now mandatory requirement for all curriculum vitae to be provided in a standard template (located at the link in the boxed area above), you may not meet the requirements for further consideration of your application. The Information Package for Applicants outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for successful applicants.

 
Izuxhzkqqhw101mpie2q
Fantastic location with Great Barrier Reef at your doorstep.
Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service will not be accepting applications submitted through recruitment agencies. Medical Practitioners are encouraged to apply online or directly to Recruitment Services.
Comprising salary between 3940.60 - $4568.80 p.f. (L4 - L9) or comprising salary between $3940.60 - $4340.30 (L4 - L7), employer contribution to superannuation (up to 12.75%), annual leave loading (17.5%) (Applications will remain current for the duration of the vacancy). Job Ad Reference: CA240250
7 x Temporary Full Time from 7 August 2017 up to 4 February 2018, with the possibility of extension.
Purpose of the Role
The Hospital is a major referral centre serving a population of 250,000 people. The Hospital provides community and specialist hospital services including all major health specialties (medicine, surgery, women's health, paediatrics and mental health) and more than 30 sub- specialties. The hospital is also a major provider of outreach specialist services to remote and rural areas. This position is required to, under the supervision of the relevant Consultants, initiate, maintain and be responsible for the clinical care of patients.
It is a condition of employment for this role for the employee to be, and remain, vaccinated against the following vaccine preventable diseases during their employment: Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR), Varicella (chicken pox), Pertussis (whooping cough) and Hepatitis B.
How to Apply:
Please download the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants (at the links in the boxed area above) for instructions on how to apply for this role. If you have difficulty viewing this role description in .pdf format, please contact Recruitment Services on *****@health.qld.gov.au + click to reveal to request it in .doc format.Please note that if the information requested in the ‘how to apply’ section is not provided, plus the now mandatory requirement for all curriculum vitae to be provided in a standard template (located at the link in the boxed area above), you may not meet the requirements for further consideration of your application. The Information Package for Applicants outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for successful applicants.
 
 
Xdgdyfeud6hgqg46jx5u
Fantastic location with Great Barrier Reef at your doorstep.
A number of training and non-training (PHO) Psychiatry Registrar positions are available.
Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service will not be accepting applications submitted through recruitment agencies. Medical Practitioners are encouraged to apply online or directly to Recruitment Services.
Comprising salary between 3940.60 - $4568.80 p.f. (L4 - L9) or comprising salary between $3940.60 - $4340.30 (L4 - L7), employer contribution to superannuation (up to 12.75%), annual leave loading (17.5%) (Applications will remain current for the duration of the vacancy). Job Ad Reference: CA239359
5 x Temporary Full Time up to 4 February 2018, with the possibility of extension.
Purpose of the Role
The Hospital is a major referral centre serving a population of 250,000 people. The Hospital provides community and specialist hospital services including all major health specialties (medicine, surgery, women's health, paediatrics and mental health) and more than 30 sub- specialties. The hospital is also a major provider of outreach specialist services to remote and rural areas.
Cairns is a popular Psychiatry training site, with a wide range of accredited sub-speciality placements. These include adult in-patient, acute care team, child and youth, consultation liaison, forensic, psychiatry of old age, community psychiatry, drug and alcohol, outpatient and in-house rehabilitation, medical education, remote and indigenous psychiatry.
Besides the excellent work opportunities and friendly work environment, Cairns offers a unique lifestyle suitable to a wide variety of interests. The city offers quality restaurants, nightlife to service a large tourist industry and we are the gateway to the world heritage Great Barrier Reef and a short drive to a second world heritage area – the Daintree National Park. At the Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service, we are looking for someone to join our team who will provide skills to facilitate the delivery of quality mental health care to consumers and supporting their families in recovery model of care. This role will provide diversity, challenges and rewards, combined with the opportunity to contribute to new initiatives and the enhancement of an integrated model of care.
 
How to Apply:
Please download the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants (at the links in the boxed area above) for instructions on how to apply for this role. If you have difficulty viewing this role description in .pdf format, please contact Recruitment Services on *****@health.qld.gov.au + click to reveal to request it in .doc format.Please note that if the information requested in the ‘how to apply’ section is not provided, plus the now mandatory requirement for all curriculum vitae to be provided in a standard template (located at the link in the boxed area above), you may not meet the requirements for further consideration of your application. The Information Package for Applicants outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for successful applicants.
 
Uamevwnbcwe0biqfce8u
Besides the excellent work opportunities, Cairns offers a unique lifestyle suitable to a wide variety of interests. Cairns is in the heart of the tropical north and is the primary gateway to northern Australia. Cairns is an ideal base to explore the wider region with front door access to the Great Barrier Reef, rainforests and outback locations.
Remuneration value up to $412 210 p.a., comprising salary between $204 543 - $216 865 p.a. (L25-L27) or Remuneration value up to $376 957 p.a., comprising salary between $171 044 - $198 678 p.a. (L18-L24), employer contribution to superannuation (up to 12.75%), annual leave loading (17.5%), professional development allowance, motor vehicle allowance, private practice arrangements plus overtime and on-call allowances. (Several Permanent Full Time positions available. Applications will remain current for 12 months). Job Ad Reference: CA251415

Purpose of the Role
To provide high quality clinical care to patients requiring Intensive Care at Cairns Hospital and advice on the management of critically ill patients throughout the Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service catchment area, including patients in geographically isolated areas of Far North Queensland.
It is a condition of employment for the employee in this role to be, and remain, vaccinated against or non-susceptible to the following Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPDs) during their employment: Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR), Varicella (chicken pox) and Pertussis (whooping cough). Existing staff engaged prior to 1 July 2016 (and have not had a break in service) are not subject to this new condition of employment unless they are moving from one Hospital and Health Service to another Hospital and Health Service within Queensland).
Existing staff that have previously submitted this evidence since 1 July 2016 will not be required to resubmit.
It is a condition of employment for the employee in this role to be vaccinated against or not susceptible to Hepatitis B. Proof of vaccination or non-susceptibility is a condition of employment for all staff (new and existing) who have direct contact with patients or who in the course of their work may be exposed to blood/body fluids or contaminated sharps.
It is strongly recommended that you complete the VPD Evidence Form and prepare your documents prior to meeting with the selection panel; however you will only be required to supply the evidence if you are the preferred applicant. If you are the preferred applicant, your application for employment will not be successful unless you comply with this Queensland Health policy. Further information and Evidence Forms can be found at https://www.health.qld.gov.au/employment/work-for-us/dept-of-health/pre-employment/vaccinations/providing-evidence

How to Apply:
Please download the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants (at the links in the boxed area above) for instructions on how to apply for this role. If you have difficulty viewing this role description in .pdf format, please contact Recruitment Services on *****@health.qld.gov.au + click to reveal to request it in .doc format. Please note that if the information requested in the ‘how to apply’ section is not provided, plus the now mandatory requirement for all curriculum vitae to be provided in a standard template (located at the link in the boxed area above), you may not meet the requirements for further consideration of your application. The Information Package for Applicants outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for successful applicants.

 
Glyb0tdre1tlcyymjlt0
Due to rapid growth and the NDIS we are looking for a new NDIS Support Coordinator…. Come and join our great team.
NDIS SUPPORT COORDINATOR - FULLTIME – Fixed Term 12 months
Do you enjoy supporting individuals with a disability to live their life to the fullest?
Interchange Loddon-Mallee Region is a NDIS registered disability support provider who is a leader in the disability industry, providing community, social, recreational and at home support to individuals with disabilities. Our aim is to support people with a disability to connect with their communities and lead the life of their choice.
Due to rapid growth of NDIS participants an exciting opportunity exists to join our dynamic team as a NDIS Support Coordinator, to provide administrative and practical support to eligible NDIS participants desiring connection with their communities.
Position Overview
Research, coordinate and manage a range of supports to suit individual needs across multiple providers including mainstream options. Supporting participants to establish contact with resources and service providers and get routines and appointments underway. Build participant capacity (and their support networks) with the aim of independently managing their issues and supports.
The successful applicant will need to demonstrate:
Knowledge of service provider networks including mainstream options; A passion for working with individuals living with a disability and families and carers; Thorough conceptual and working understanding of facilitation; Strong ability to work in a constantly busy and changing environment; and Robust organisational, record keeping and IT skills.
Appointment is conditional upon a clear National Criminal Records Check, a current Working with Children Check and reference/screening/qualifications checks. A current driver's license is also required.
What's in it for you?
Employee benefits including flexible working options, ongoing training and development, supportive and accepting organisational culture and salary packaging.
Applications must include:
A letter of application Your Curriculum Vitae Key Selection Criteria addressed (located in the Position Description) Proof of Australian Citizenship or Eligibility to Work Visa Contact details of three professional referees
For all information and documentation regarding the position, please contact our office on *****99, + click to reveal email *****@interchangelm.org.au + click to reveal or visit our office at 127 Mitchell St, Bendigo.
Applications can be emailed to *****@interchangelm.org.au + click to reveal or addressed to:
CEO
Interchange Loddon-Mallee Region Inc.
PO Box 685
Bendigo VIC 3552
Applications close: 5pm Friday, 6 October 2017
Interchange is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Child Safe organisation.
Rgjlwvqgayvzd0ubaxc1
Eastern Health
Permanent Part Time
Enrolled Nurse - Medication Endorsed
Mooroolbark Residential Aged Care Service 
Permanent Part Time 52.5 hours per fortnight rotating roster.

Mooroolbark Residential Aged Care Service is a facility that provides nursing care to residents with specialized needs. We are looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic Enrolled Nurse who preferably has a past experience of working in  the aged care sector, particularly with residents who require specialized  nursing care. In addition, we require an Enrolled Nurse who will provide holistic care to residents that incorporates both clinical care and non-clinical activities.
Mooroolbark R.A.C.S is located at 73A Cambridge Road, Mooroolbark VIC 3138. As part of the Eastern Health network, you will be entitled to salary package, and will be provided with on-site parking. 
Eastern health is the largest public health provider in the eastern suburbs, providing a comprehensive range of high quality acute, sub-acute, palliative care, mental health, drug and alcohol, residential care and community health services to people and communities that are diverse in culture, age, socio-economic status, population and healthcare needs.

Eastern Health operates from many different locations, our largest sites include Angliss Hospital, Box Hill Hospital, Healesville and District Hospital, Maroondah Hospital, Peter James Centre, Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre, Wantirna Health, Yarra Ranges Health, Yarra Valley Community Health.

How to apply: 
For full details of the position, please refer to the attached Position Description.
 
For any queries please contact Beaven Masango, Facility Manager: Mooroolbark Residential Aged care facility *****50. + click to reveal
The successful applicant to this position will be required to undergo a pre-employment Police Check 

Recruitment agency applications will not be accepted. 
 
Enquiries: Kate MacDonald
Ph: *****32 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 06/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Zntaddinl7t6qxjfx2uy
Wantirna Health
Permanent Full Time
ACAS Assessment Clinician
RN Grade 4A or Allied Health Grade 2 
Outer East Aged Care Assessment Service - Wantirna Health 
Permanent Full Time
For a great place to learn and work GO EAST!
Friendly & supportive team Salary packaging options
An opportunity exists within the Aged Care Assessment Service for and enthusiastic and passionate clinician with sound clinical knowledge and experience in aged care.  You will conduct community assessments and have the ability to work autonomously as well as in a team environment.
Eastern Health is the largest public health provider in the eastern suburbs, providing a comprehensive range of high quality acute, sub-acute, palliative care, mental health, drug and alcohol, residential care and community health services to people and communities that are diverse in culture, age, socio-economic status, population and healthcare needs.
Eastern Health operates from many different locations, our largest sites include Angliss Hospital, Box Hill Hospital, Healesville and District Hospital, Maroondah Hospital, Peter James Centre, Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre, Wantirna Health, Yarra Ranges Health, Yarra Valley Community Health.  Although this position is primarily based at the Wantirna Health site there may be the requirement to travel to other Eastern Health sites.
The Outer East ACAS provides comprehensive aged care assessments to clients living in the municipalities of Maroondah, Knox and Yarra Ranges.
 An understanding of the roles and responsibilities of an Aged Care Assessment Service is a distinct advantage. The ACAS program offers a comprehensive and supportive orientation and training program for all staff.
To be successful in the role you will have:
Recent experience in Aged Care Experience in a community setting Well-developed assessment and care planning skills Ability to work as part of a diverse team Strong commitment to high quality patient care
 
If you have the ability and drive to make a difference take hold of this opportunity and apply today!  
For full details refer to the attached Position Description.  For any queries please contact the Clinical Coordinator directly.
You must have the right to permanently live and work in Australia to apply for this job.
Please submit all applications online.
Eastern Health offers a variety of fantastic Employee Benefits, view the extensive range here!
 
 
Enquiries: Karyn Macdonell
Ph: *****44 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 01/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Sj3xsoyklwhomaij2rvj
Wundeela
Permanent Full Time,Permanent Part Time
Associate Nurse Unit Manager (ANUM) - Grade 4A HITH/PAC
Hospital in the Home; Ringwood East
Permanent Fulltime/Permanent Part Time (min 0.5 EFT)
 Are you interested in developing a leadership career in an ambulatory environment within Eastern Health?
An opportunity exists within the Eastern Health Hospital in the Home (HITH) program for a passionate and enthusiastic Registered Nurse who has leadership skills and abilities, demonstrated ability in a management and operational role and competence in a senior clinical position.
For a great place to learn and work GO EAST!
Diverse and engaging career opportunities Friendly & supportive team Flexible working hours Salary packaging options Career progression in our teaching hospitals
 Eastern Health is the largest public health provider in the eastern suburbs, providing a comprehensive range of high quality acute, sub-acute, palliative care, mental health, drug and alcohol, residential care and community health services to people and communities that are diverse in culture, age, socio-economic status, population and healthcare needs. 
Located at Wundeela, Ringwood East, this opening for permanent, part-time hours offers you the opportunity to provide leadership and clinical expertise within the Hospital in the Home (HITH) program services. Hospital in the Home (HITH) services provide care in the community (home, RACF and HITH Clinic) that would otherwise need to be delivered within a hospital; patients eligible for our service are transferred from hospital to our program and remain an admitted patient. HITH is an acute ambulatory hospital substitution model of care. Eastern Health HITH is a multidisciplinary program, staffed with nursing, medical and allied support services.
 The successful applicant will be involved in the following:
Provision of clinical leadership and accountability that aligns with Eastern Health’s Clinical Governance and operational management structures Support the Nurse Unit Manager (NUM) and act in their role when required Work with the NUM to provide effective coordination, and efficient management of the designated Unit/Department in line with the relevant Program and Eastern Health Strategic directions Monitor and respond to Unit service delivery within the EH Clinical Framework, and the Domains of Nursing/Midwife Practice as outlined in the NMBA Practice Standards Day-to-day running of the shift and coordination of program services and staff support Ensuring patients receive high quality services and continuity of care on transfer to the HITH program
 To be successful in the role, you will have:
Recent experience in/minimum of 5 years acute medical/ surgical post registration nursing experience or nursing speciality equivalent (e.g. ICU/ED/CCU/Oncology/Renal) Registration as a Nurse/Midwife with Nursing & Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) Demonstrated competence in a senior clinical position Demonstrated leadership skills and abilities Excellent interpersonal, communication and networking skills Current Victorian driver’s license with nil restrictions Registered Nurse or Registered Midwife with Nursing & Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA)
 If you have the ability and drive to make a difference take hold of this opportunity and apply today!
 For full details refer to the attached Position Description. For any queries please contact the Manager directly.
You must have the right to permanently live and work in Australia to apply for this job.
Please submit all applications online.
 Eastern Health offers a variety of fantastic Employee Benefits, view the extensive range here!
Eastern Health Values: Excellence-Accountability-Compassion-Teamwork-Integrity-Respect-Collaboration
Enquiries: Clare CHALMERS
Ph: *****03 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 01/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
D3kyzi1ixgwap3yqk8nq
Wantirna Health
Permanent Full Time
ACAS Assessment Clinician
RN Grade 4A or Allied Health Grade 2 
Outer East Aged Care Assessment Service - Wantirna Health 
Permanent Full Time
For a great place to learn and work GO EAST!
Friendly & supportive team Salary packaging options
An opportunity exists within the Aged Care Assessment Service for and enthusiastic and passionate clinician with sound clinical knowledge and experience in aged care.  You will conduct community assessments and have the ability to work autonomously as well as in a team environment.
Eastern Health is the largest public health provider in the eastern suburbs, providing a comprehensive range of high quality acute, sub-acute, palliative care, mental health, drug and alcohol, residential care and community health services to people and communities that are diverse in culture, age, socio-economic status, population and healthcare needs.
Eastern Health operates from many different locations, our largest sites include Angliss Hospital, Box Hill Hospital, Healesville and District Hospital, Maroondah Hospital, Peter James Centre, Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre, Wantirna Health, Yarra Ranges Health, Yarra Valley Community Health.  Although this position is primarily based at the Wantirna Health site there may be the requirement to travel to other Eastern Health sites.
The Outer East ACAS provides comprehensive aged care assessments to clients living in the municipalities of Maroondah, Knox and Yarra Ranges.
 An understanding of the roles and responsibilities of an Aged Care Assessment Service is a distinct advantage. The ACAS program offers a comprehensive and supportive orientation and training program for all staff.
To be successful in the role you will have:
Recent experience in Aged Care Experience in a community setting Well-developed assessment and care planning skills Ability to work as part of a diverse team Strong commitment to high quality patient care
 
If you have the ability and drive to make a difference take hold of this opportunity and apply today!  
For full details refer to the attached Position Description.  For any queries please contact the Clinical Coordinator directly.
You must have the right to permanently live and work in Australia to apply for this job.
Please submit all applications online.
Eastern Health offers a variety of fantastic Employee Benefits, view the extensive range here!
 
 
Enquiries: Karyn Macdonell
Ph: *****44 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 01/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Esjdmjtbnina8tzugdly
Richmond
Fixed Term Part Time
 
Perioperative opportunity for Enrolled and Registered Nurses Supported clinical Introduction Program Join a supportive and dynamic team, located in Richmond  
Epworth Richmond is a rapidly growing and fast-paced and dynamic teaching hospital where you will work alongside top-flight practitioners in all areas. You will challenge your skills, broaden your experience and grow your expertise through exposure to a wide range of clinical specialties, treatment options and the latest in technology. Epworth will support you to provide the best possible care to our patients by continually investing in your education, better facilities and technologies. 
Epworth Richmond is seeking organised and dynamic nurses who would like to move their career path into the Perioperative setting.   
Epworth Richmond is an expanding and dynamic health care facility with 28 theatres and is conducting a Perioperative Introduction Program (PIP) beginning October 2017. This four (4) month program is designed to support nurses without any previous experience in a perioperative setting to develop confidence and competence in the Anaesthetics/PACU nursing roles. 
This clinical program provides: 
Opportunity to gain a basic level of understanding in the principles and practice of perioperative nursing Clinical support in the perioperative roles 
To be successful for this role you will be able to commence this Program on 23rd October 2017 (non-negotiable) as well as possess:   
Commitment to learning and developing perioperative clinical practice Best practice in delivering patient centred care Flexibility and excellent organisation skills Ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic team environment Well-developed interpersonal, communication and team skills Current nursing registration with AHPRA Enrolled Nurses – must be IV Endorsed 
A minimum of 12 months post registration acute care nursing experience is desirable. 
When you join our team you will be welcomed into an environment that cares for its employees and prides itself on providing excellence in patient centered care.  You will be well supported by a Nurse Unit Manager, Associate Nurse Managers, Clinical Educators and an experienced Perioperative team. 
On expiry of this program and your successful completion, you may have the opportunity to apply for ongoing employment based on the qualification gained from the Program.
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day. 
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field. 
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment. 
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and, if required, a valid Working with Children Check provided by the applicant. 
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description. 
Please direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below. 
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now 
Note: Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
 
 
Enquiries: Julia Mckinnon
Ph: *****29 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 29/09/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Iniovz1yw2pxv1vd6tz4
Geelong
Permanent Full Time,Permanent Part Time
Exciting opportunity to join our Epworth Geelong Midwifery team Opportunity to join a leader in private healthcare Professional development opportunities  
About Epworth Geelong
Epworth Geelong, located adjacent to Deakin University’s Medical School in Waurn Ponds, is developing an environment of world-class health care and education to meet the needs of the expanding population of Geelong and South West Victoria. This brand new hospital provides exciting career opportunities to doctors, nurses, allied health professionals and support staff. It features contemporary design, cutting-edge medical technology and best practice patient care, whilst offering a wide range of inpatient and outpatient medical, surgical and rehabilitation services.   
About the role
We are seeking motivated, innovative and patient-care orientated Registered Midwives to be part of our Maternity Services team at Epworth Geelong. This is an exciting and unique opportunity to play a key role in our growing Maternity Service. Welcoming our first baby in August, Epworth Geelong Maternity Services has opened with 4 Birthing Suites, 4 Cot Special Care Nursery and postnatal ward. We are looking for flexible, patient-centred Registered Midwives who are willing to work across all areas of Maternity Services, including Birth Suite, Postnatal Ward, Antenatal & Special Care Nursery, and grow with our services whilst being part of a supportive culture to achieve excellence in care.
Key areas of focus for this role include:
Delivering an exceptional patient experience within Maternity Services Ensuring patient flow is managed whilst providing high standards of patient care Role-model empathy to patients, families and medical consultants 
About you
To be successful in the role you will:
Possess current midwifery registration with AHPRA Have a contemporary knowledge of best practice in maternity and newborn nursing care and the patient journey Be highly accountable and demonstrate a supportive and engaging style Be passionate about patient care and achieving high quality clinical outcomes Enjoy working in a diverse and ever changing environment Be highly motivated to learn and willing to undertake continuing education and grow professionally 
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day. 
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field. 
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment. 
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and, if required, a valid Working with Children Check provided by the applicant. 
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description. 
Please direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below. 
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now 
Note: Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
Enquiries: Gabrielle Ryan
Ph: *****20 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 13/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Riy6zhhngy4b2bdew5wf
Richmond
Permanent Full Time
Join and lead a dynamic team Close to CBD and public transport Be part of the senior leadership team
Epworth Richmond is a rapidly growing and fast-paced and dynamic teaching hospital where you will work alongside top-flight practitioners in all areas. You will challenge your skills, broaden your experience and grow your expertise through exposure to a wide range of clinical specialties, treatment options and the latest in technology. Epworth will support you to provide the best possible care to our patients by continually investing in your education, better facilities and technologies. 
We are seeking a Theatre Technician (Grade 4) to assist the management to lead and support the Theatre Technician team with the expansion of peri-operative services. This is a key senior position to assist management to maintain KPI expectation , HR responsibility, rostering, education and equipment/service maintenance. Applications are sought from experienced operating theatre technicians.
To be successful in this role you will have the following key skills and attributes:
Significant experience in leadership skills Demonstrated influential interpersonal and communication skills Highly organised and motivated with ability to develop a cohesive team Ability to prioritise with attention to detail Team orientated Certificate IV Health services Assistant (Operating Theatre Technical Support)
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day.
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field.
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and, if required, a valid Working with Children Check provided by the applicant.
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description.
Please direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below.
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now
Note: Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
 
 
Enquiries: Pauline Drukeshkumar
Ph: *****24 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 20/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Kffysitlwjmxj61y4yqb
Richmond
Permanent Part Time
 
New state of the art Emergency Department Fantastic educational and leadership development opportunities Great team dedicated to excellence in patient care
 
Epworth Richmond is a rapidly growing and fast-paced and dynamic teaching hospital where you will work alongside top-flight practitioners in all areas. You will challenge your skills, broaden your experience and grow your expertise through exposure to a wide range of clinical specialties, treatment options and the latest in technology. Epworth will support you to provide the best possible care to our patients by continually investing in your education, better facilities and technologies.
 
About the role
We are seeking an experienced, flexible and patient care orientated Registered Nurse who wishes to be involved in providing excellence in clinical care within the Emergency Department at Epworth Richmond. Our 35 bed department opened in February last year and is increasing in attendances and acuity. This is an exciting opportunity for a Registered Nurse who is willing to grow with our new department.
 
Key areas of focus for this role include:
Delivering an exceptional patient experience within the critical care environment Providing high standards of nursing care Encouraging and role-modelling empathy to patients, families and medical consultants
 
About you
To be successful in the role you will:
Hold current nursing registration with AHPRA Possess a current Working with Children Check Have completed or be interested in working towards a post-graduate qualification in Critical Care/Emergency Nursing Have a contemporary knowledge of best practice in critical care and the patient journey Be highly accountable to your patients and their families Be passionate about patient care and achieving high quality clinical outcomes Demonstrate critical thinking and a collaborative approach  Enjoy working as part of a multidisciplinary team with shared values
 
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day.
 
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field.
 
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment.
 
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and, if required, a valid Working with Children Check provided by the applicant.
 
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description.
 
Please direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below.
 
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now
 
Note : Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
 
Enquiries: Felicity Black
Ph: *****25 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 06/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
R7j0opkv0wje4rxb1jla
Geelong
Permanent Full Time,Permanent Part Time
Newly opened Level 4 Special Care Nursery Opportunity to join a leader in private healthcare Professional development opportunities 
About Epworth Geelong
Epworth Geelong, located adjacent to Deakin University’s Medical School in Waurn Ponds, is developing an environment of world-class health care and education to meet the needs of the expanding population of Geelong and South West Victoria. This brand new hospital provides exciting career opportunities to doctors, nurses, allied health professionals and support staff. It features contemporary design, cutting-edge medical technology and best practice patient care, whilst offering a wide range of inpatient and outpatient medical, surgical and rehabilitation services.  
About the role
We are seeking motivated, innovative and patient-care orientated Registered Nurses/Midwives to be part of our newly opened Special Care Nursery at Epworth Geelong. This is an exciting opportunity to join our nursing and midwifery team and play a key role in our Maternity service and its growth. The Level 4 Special Care Nursery at Epworth Geelong includes provision of care for babies greater than 32 weeks, greater than 1500grams and those babies requiring CPAP/High Flow. We are looking for flexible, patient-centred Registered Nurses/Midwives who are willing to grow with our services whilst being part of a supportive culture to achieve excellence in care. 
Key areas of focus for this role include:
Delivering an exceptional patient experience within the Special Care Nursery Ensuring patient flow is managed whilst providing high standards of patient care Role-model empathy to patients, families and medical consultants 
About you
To be successful in the role you will:
Possess current midwifery and/or nursing registration with AHPRA Have postnatal and/or lactation support experience Have a relevant post-graduate certificate (highly desirable) Have a contemporary knowledge of best practice in newborn nursing care Be highly accountable and demonstrate a supportive and engaging style Be passionate about patient care and achieving high quality clinical outcomes Enjoy working in a diverse and ever changing environment Be highly motivated to learn and willing to undertake continuing education and grow professionally 
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day. 
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field. 
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment. 
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and, if required, a valid Working with Children Check provided by the applicant. 
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description. 
Please direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below. 
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now 
Note : Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
 
Enquiries: Camille Gordon
Ph: *****80 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 13/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
X9pul4vssuu5fr5eywaw
Richmond
Fixed Term Part Time
 
Perioperative opportunity for Enrolled and Registered Nurses Supported clinical Introduction Program Join a supportive and dynamic team, located in Richmond  
Epworth Richmond is a rapidly growing and fast-paced and dynamic teaching hospital where you will work alongside top-flight practitioners in all areas. You will challenge your skills, broaden your experience and grow your expertise through exposure to a wide range of clinical specialties, treatment options and the latest in technology. Epworth will support you to provide the best possible care to our patients by continually investing in your education, better facilities and technologies. 
Epworth Richmond is seeking organised and dynamic nurses who would like to move their career path into the Perioperative setting.   
Epworth Richmond is an expanding and dynamic health care facility with 28 theatres and is conducting a Perioperative Introduction Program (PIP) beginning October 2017. This four (4) month program is designed to support nurses without any previous experience in a perioperative setting to develop confidence and competence in the Anaesthetics/PACU nursing roles. 
This clinical program provides: 
Opportunity to gain a basic level of understanding in the principles and practice of perioperative nursing Clinical support in the perioperative roles 
To be successful for this role you will be able to commence this Program on 23rd October 2017 (non-negotiable) as well as possess:   
Commitment to learning and developing perioperative clinical practice Best practice in delivering patient centred care Flexibility and excellent organisation skills Ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic team environment Well-developed interpersonal, communication and team skills Current nursing registration with AHPRA Enrolled Nurses – must be IV Endorsed 
A minimum of 12 months post registration acute care nursing experience is desirable. 
When you join our team you will be welcomed into an environment that cares for its employees and prides itself on providing excellence in patient centered care.  You will be well supported by a Nurse Unit Manager, Associate Nurse Managers, Clinical Educators and an experienced Perioperative team. 
On expiry of this program and your successful completion, you may have the opportunity to apply for ongoing employment based on the qualification gained from the Program.
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day. 
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field. 
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment. 
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and, if required, a valid Working with Children Check provided by the applicant. 
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description. 
Please direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below. 
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now 
Note: Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
 
 
Enquiries: Julia Mckinnon
Ph: *****29 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 29/09/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Sf7sqtpraz2ziqu52bok
Richmond
Permanent Full Time,Permanent Part Time
 
Great leadership opportunity with ongoing professional development Fantastic team in a new purpose-built facility Located in Richmond, close to the CBD and public transport
 
Epworth Richmond is a rapidly growing, fast-paced and dynamic teaching hospital where you will work alongside top-flight practitioners in all areas.
You will challenge your skills, broaden your experience and grow your expertise through exposure to a wide range of clinical specialties, treatment options and the latest in technology.
 
Epworth will support you to provide the best possible care to our patients by continually investing in your education, better facilities and technologies.
 
About the role 
We are seeking a motivated, innovative and patient-care orientated Associate Nurse Unit Manager (ANUM) to join our Emergency Department team.  Our 35 bed, state of the art, Emergency Department has seen increasing attendances and recently opened a paediatric service. You will be an active part of our patient-care centred team and be willing to grow and develop with us.
 
The ANUM works closely with the Nurse Unit Manager to ensure:
The delivery of high quality care and service to all of our patients A safe working environment for all staff A culture of quality improvement is present Monthly ward KPIs are achieved  Resource management including human, financial and material Professional leadership through clinical practice, education and ward management
 
To be successful in the role you will:
Possess current nursing registration with AHPRA Have proven leadership ability Hold Post Graduate Critical Care qualifications Have a contemporary knowledge of best practice in emergency nursing and the patient journey Be highly accountable and demonstrate a supportive and engaging style Have well-developed and effective cross-department relationship management skills Have a personal commitment to ongoing education and development Work well as part of a team  
About Epworth
 
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care.
 
Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day.
 
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field.
 
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment.
 
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and, if required, a valid Working with Children Check provided by the applicant.
 
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description.
 
Please direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below.
 
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now
 
Note : Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
 
Enquiries: Felicity Black
Ph: *****25 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 06/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Frwa7cwq9gzdgqlfzmyw
Northern Health (all campuses)
Temporary Full Time
NORTHERN HEALTH ALLIED HEALTH
PHYSIOTHERAPIST, GRADE 1 - ROTATING
FULL TIME, FIXED TERM UNTIL 22/12/2017
 
Northern Health is a dynamic health service, providing vital public healthcare to residents of Melbourne’s northern suburbs and the surrounding regional communities. Our campuses offer services to a vastly diverse community at all stages of life across acute, subacute, ambulatory and community service and the Allied Health team provide a diverse clinical education program. A position in one of the Allied Health disciplines offers exceptional opportunities for personal and professional development with support from an outstanding workforce.   
This opportunity will suit new graduate physiotherapists as well as experienced junior physiotherapists. Our department offers a unique mix of experience including rotations in acute, subacute, ambulatory, paediatric and community services across all four Northern Health sites. Grade 1 physiotherapists have formal and regular supervision and are well supported through continuing education and professional development. The Physiotherapy Department is a Clinical School for La Trobe University and has a strong focus on evidence based practice and research. 
To be successful in this role your key accountabilities will be to: 
Provide client focussed, evidenced based clinical care Prioritise a caseload in a variety of settings, with assistance, Actively participate in supervision and professional development Be involved in clinical education programs
Further information regarding specific Allied Health Physiotherapy Services can be found by following this link via the Northern Health website:  Services | Northern Health
If you require any further information please contact Melanie Hogan – Physiotherapy Clinical Leader on *****94   + click to reveal
Li*
Enquiries: Melanie Hogan
Ph: *****94 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 02/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.  Melanie Hogan
*****94 + click to reveal
Hmemd6h6w7ku7hjau2li
Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital
Permanent Part Time
Austin Health is the major provider of tertiary health services, health professional education and research across 3 campuses in the northeast of Melbourne and state-wide. Austin Health is world-renowned for its research and specialist work in cancer, liver transplantation, spinal cord injuries, neurology, endocrinology, mental health and rehabilitation.
An exciting opportunity exists for a Research Assistant (0.4 EFT) to join the Austin Health CASEA (CAMHS and Schools Early Action) team. CASEA is an innovative early intervention program that assists schools and families to support primary school-aged children with their social, emotional and behavioural development. The CASEA program is delivered in primary school settings and provides targeted child and parent group programs.
The position will suit someone who has a keen interest in early intervention, child development and community-based research.  The role incorporates working both independently and as a member of a dynamic team.
The person will be involved in many aspects of research such as connecting with parents, children, primary school personnel and community agencies; organising and conducting assessments; maintaining databases; preparing data and data entry; and making contributions towards scientific publications and conference presentations.
To be successful in this role you must demonstrate the key responsibilities as outlined in the position description.
Work with us! Your reward is to work in a collaborative environment which will provide you with opportunities for ongoing training and development. Your benefits will include salary packaging, employee assistance program and a staff health centre.
For further information, please review the attached file with the position description included.
Enquires about the role should be directed to Rosalin Shafik-Eid, Acting CASEA Team Leader, on *****62 + click to reveal or email *****@austin.org.au + click to reveal
CV, covering letter and document addressing the selection criteria are all essential.  All applications must be submitted via the Austin Health Careers Portal found on the Austin Health Website.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Austin Health and a Working With Children Check.
Enquiries: Rosalin Shafik-Eid
Ph: *****62 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 15/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Rhuyhkvo61zqngq5pity
Wantirna Health
Permanent Full Time
ACAS Assessment Clinician
RN Grade 4A or Allied Health Grade 2 
Outer East Aged Care Assessment Service - Wantirna Health 
Permanent Full Time
For a great place to learn and work GO EAST!
Friendly & supportive team Salary packaging options
An opportunity exists within the Aged Care Assessment Service for and enthusiastic and passionate clinician with sound clinical knowledge and experience in aged care.  You will conduct community assessments and have the ability to work autonomously as well as in a team environment.
Eastern Health is the largest public health provider in the eastern suburbs, providing a comprehensive range of high quality acute, sub-acute, palliative care, mental health, drug and alcohol, residential care and community health services to people and communities that are diverse in culture, age, socio-economic status, population and healthcare needs.
Eastern Health operates from many different locations, our largest sites include Angliss Hospital, Box Hill Hospital, Healesville and District Hospital, Maroondah Hospital, Peter James Centre, Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre, Wantirna Health, Yarra Ranges Health, Yarra Valley Community Health.  Although this position is primarily based at the Wantirna Health site there may be the requirement to travel to other Eastern Health sites.
The Outer East ACAS provides comprehensive aged care assessments to clients living in the municipalities of Maroondah, Knox and Yarra Ranges.
 An understanding of the roles and responsibilities of an Aged Care Assessment Service is a distinct advantage. The ACAS program offers a comprehensive and supportive orientation and training program for all staff.
To be successful in the role you will have:
Recent experience in Aged Care Experience in a community setting Well-developed assessment and care planning skills Ability to work as part of a diverse team Strong commitment to high quality patient care
 
If you have the ability and drive to make a difference take hold of this opportunity and apply today!  
For full details refer to the attached Position Description.  For any queries please contact the Clinical Coordinator directly.
You must have the right to permanently live and work in Australia to apply for this job.
Please submit all applications online.
Eastern Health offers a variety of fantastic Employee Benefits, view the extensive range here!
 
 
Enquiries: Karyn Macdonell
Ph: *****44 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 01/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.