Express your interest in the Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service Casual Assistant in Nursing Talent Pool (WBHHS). This EOI form collects a variety of information that will help the Hospital and Health Service (HHS) identify potentially suitable applicants for casual employment opportunities. To be eligible for the Casual AIN Talent Pool, candidates are required to have:
* Beginning knowledge of contemporary nursing practices and the ability to seek assistance to appropriately manage patient focused care requirement.
* Good communication skills with the ability to interact professionally and sensitively with all levels of staff, patients and the general public.
* Self-management and self organisational skills including problem solving skills.
* A committment to quality and safety processes and evidence based practices.
If deemed suitable, your details will remain in the Assistant in Nursing talent pool 12 months and you will be contacted further by the WBHHS at the time an opportunity arises matching your skills and location preferences. The Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service may request your participation in other recruitment selection processes (eg. written application, interview etc.) to further determine suitability for employment for specific positions.
Additional Information: Information on salary and remuneration packages in Queensland Health for AIN staff is available on www.health.qld.gov.au/widebay website.
Submission of this EOI form is not a guarantee that you will be offered employment with Queensland Health. The EOI process is just one avenue of seeking employment with the WBHHS. You also have the option to apply for advertised vacancies within Queensland Health via the job search website; or contact Hospital and Health Services (HHS) directly to enquire about employment opportunities. Contact details for HHS and the facilities under their management are available on our website www.health.qld.gov.au/widebay.
By submitting an EOI, you will not automatically be considered for advertised vacancies. If you wish to be considered for a specific advertised vacancy, please ensure you complete the application form and submit your application for the relevant vacancy via the job search website and follow the process outlined for that vacancy. Additionally, the available positions and levels at each location are variable and there is no guarantee that all locations will currently have vacancies.
Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) Requirements 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 • Varicella (chicken pox) • Pertussis (whooping cough) • Hepatitis B
For those staff self assessing as coming from a background where there is a high incidence of Tuberculosis (TB), they are encouraged to arrange screening and follow up with the Metro South Clinical Tuberculosis Services on (07) 3176 4141 or (07) 3176 4166.
* Please attach a current resume detailing the names and contact details of two referees
* Complete the questionnaire
* Submit a two page response to the “Are you the right person for the job?” section of the role description
You will also be required to provide evidence of:
• Working rights • Identification • Hepatitis B immunisation • Vaccine Preventable Diseases – Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Varicella (Chicken pox), Pertussis (Whooping cough)
By submitting your Expression of Interest (EOI) to the WBHHS Casual AIN Talent Pool, you are agreeing to the full terms and conditions for EOI submissions as outlined on the Queensland Health website.