Jobs for Registered Nurse in Melbourne
Melbourne Private Hospital
|Post Name||Registered Nurse|
|Employment Type||Full Time|
|Work Hours||8 Hours|
|Salary||AUD 30 To AUD 40 Per Hour|
|Location||Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3000|
The aim of the Graduate Nurse Program at Melbourne Private Hospital is to support you in your first year of nursing practice. You will consolidate your clinical skills and become part of our health team being able to deliver excellent quality care.
At Melbourne Private Hospital we offer:
- A great opportunity for career development.
- Full-time and part-time positions.
- Supportive clinical teams with nurse educators in each ward.
- An inner city location with onsite parking.
The Graduate Program Includes:
- The opportunity to complete two rotations within our ward areas.
- A General Graduate Program.
- A Graduate Theatre Program.
- A Graduate Day procedure Program.
- A comprehensive orientation program.
- Supernumerary days at the beginning of each rotation.
- Paid study days.
- Supportive preceptors to help you become part of our team.
Melbourne Private Hospital is a large acute facility, co-located with the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Parkville. With a dedicated focus on the provision of quality healthcare, we provide a wide range of medical and surgical services to our local Melbourne community as well as our rural, regional, and international patients.
Melbourne Private Hospitals’ clinical specialties include cardiac services, advanced general surgery, neurosciences and neurosurgery, specialist medical services, day procedure, and day oncology.
These services are supported by a ten-bed intensive care unit, a six-bed neurosurgery intensive nursing unit, four operating theatres, two angiography suites, an endoscopy suite, a cardiac unit, and a day chemotherapy unit.
- Eligibility for registration as a registered nurse with the Nurses and Midwives Board (AHPRA).
- Be able to undertake full or part-time employment on a seven-day rotating roster.
- Be able to undertake 6-month rotations in a clinical department.
- Have a high level of interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
- Be able to work well within a team.
- Overseas candidates must submit documented proof of English language skills to registration standards.
- Overseas candidates must submit a copy of their official confirmation of enrolment letter from their university of study.
- Candidates who are not citizens or permanent residents of Australia must provide documented proof of future eligibility to remain in Australia and have work rights until February 2024.
When you join Healthscope, you become part of our Community of Care. Our people are at the heart of our organization – no matter the role, every day our people make a difference in the lives of our patients and their families. We work together to create positive, memorable experiences, alongside our quality care, in every moment of every day.
As the only national private hospital operator and healthcare provider in Australia, our 42 sites are supported by our central Support Office, enabling them to provide an exceptional experience for the communities we care for.
Healthscope opens the door to endless opportunities for our people, giving them the flexibility to work across one or multiple hospitals across our network. We encourage the pursuit of continuous professional development and education and support our people to grow and flourish securely.
We pride ourselves on working with talented, passionate, and caring people to ensure our patients receive the highest quality care and experience during their stay with us. While our hospital network is vast, Healthscope is a family. We support each other, share learnings, celebrate successes, and face challenges together.