Registered Nurse Sub-Acute 1.0 FTE

Registered Nurse Sub-Acute 1.0 FTE

Swan Hill District Health | bendigo, VIC, AU

Posted 9 days ago

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Description


As a Registered Nurse in the Subacute Department, you will facilitate care to patient in achieving optimum functioning and perform activities of daily living. You will also be able to assess and identify abnormal clinical presentation and work in multi-disciplinary team in achieving best possible health care outcome.
What we need from you:
Nurses – Valid Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) registration
Successful completion of Bachelor of Nursing
Demonstrated people skills will be highly regarded
Current National Police Check & Working with Children’s Check
Complete COVID Vaccinations & 2022 Flu Vaccination, Serology evidence of immunisation status
T he role requires:
Patient care complies with standards legal requirements and best practice guidelines and is delivered in a safe and harmonious environment.
Experience in acute medical, surgical & palliative care.
Liaises with other nursing, medical and allied health professional staff to achieve high quality nursing care.
Checks, records and administers medications according to regulations.
Ensures all care given is documented in a way that meets organisational and professional requirements.
Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills.
Performs technical nursing activities to level of education and experience to optimise patient outcomes.
Supervises and assists enrolled nurse to ensure appropriate care for patients within the Ward.
Actively participates as an effective and contributing team member at all times.
A b out the culture:
We are a fun, passionate, supportive, energetic, driven team who work cohesively together. We promote professional development in the workplace and as a team are focused on quality patient centred care. We are a team that embrace's change and are always looking for innovative ideas to improve the organisation.
W hat we offer:
Relocation and sponsorship support options available for suitable interstate and international candidates
Flexible working arrangements – speak to us about hours days shifts that suit your lifestyle
Access to employee wellness programs
Wide range of professional development that enhances your careers
Attractive salary packaging benefits
Living Expenses capped at $9,010 and includes repayments on mortgages, credit cards, personal loans and rental payments, Meal Entertainment & Accommodation capped at $2,650 and includesfood and drink consumed in a social or entertainment settings and some accommodation expenditure
A b out us: Swan Hill District Health is a 143 bed (including Aged Care), fully integrated rural public health facility servicing a greater community of around 35,000 people. Our vision at, Swan Hill District Health, is to provide clear, connected care, best experience for our community.SHDH is a compassionate, family friendly employer where every employee is a valued team member. Inclusive of a perfect work/life balance, SHDH also provides:
A dynamic workplace
Discounted Corporate gym memberships
Free onsite car parking
Professional Development opportunities
Attractive Salary Sacrifice/Packaging Benefits
Employee Assistance Program
T o apply for this position: email the completed Application for Employment form, Cover letter, CV and response to the key selection criteria to
Email: employment@shdh.org.au
You will find the full position description containing the key selection criteria & application for employment form in the attached documents. Swan Hill District Health reserves the right to commence interview immediately upon receipt of applications.
Enquiries about this role should be directed to Di Ingusan, Sub-Acute NUM, Ph: (03) 5033 9938 or
E: dingusan@shdh .org. au
Closing Date: 30 th November, 2022
Swan Hill District Health is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability