Casual Registered Nurse

  • Company:
    Mercy Health Australia
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    1 day ago
  • Category:
    Nursing

This is an exciting time to join Werribee Mercy Hospital casual workforce with current and future developments leading towards becoming a Tertiary Facility.

We are seeking interested experienced Emergency Department (ED) and Intensive Care Unit (ICU) nursing staff to be part of a progressive and dynamic team.

  • Ensure the delivery of high quality, patient focused clinical care to patients
  • Role Model behaviours and practice within the core values of Mercy Health
  • Develop and maintain collaborative relationships internally with other departments, and with external stakeholders to facilitate patient care
  • Casual Position
  • Wide range of clinical tasks including Wound Care, Medication Administration and Post Acute Care
  • Responsible for Nursing Assessments and Care Planning 
  • Service Locations –Werribee Mercy Hospital

ABOUT YOU:

  • Current registration as a Registered Nurse (Division 1) with AHPRA
  • Post Graduate qualification in ED and or ICU Nursing is desirable
  • Demonstrated recent experience in ED and or ICU Nursing is essential
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work collaboratively with diverse, multidisciplinary teams

ABOUT US: 

Werribee Mercy Hospital is a General Public Hospital located in the rapidly growing Western suburbs of Melbourne. Our services include surgical, medical, maternity, newborn, renal dialysis, emergency, ICU, mental health, rehabilitation, aged and palliative care with a total of 298 beds. Join us now and be part of our team as we serve our community.

Mercy Health is a Catholic organisation grounded in a 2,000-year tradition of caring for others. Founded by the Sisters of Mercy, Mercy Health is made up of more than 9,500 people who provide acute and subacute hospital care, aged care, mental health programs, maternity and specialist women’s health services, early parenting services, home care services and health worker training and development. 

Mercy Health is proud to be recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by the WGEA.

WHAT WE OFFER:

Mercy Health recognises that many people want to work somewhere that is more than ‘just a job.’ At Mercy Health, we pride ourselves on our values-based culture, and offer a generous range of benefits to support you to maintain a healthy work/life balance. These include: 

  • Salary packaging benefits
  • Health and Wellbeing programs
  • Camp Australia School Holiday Program
  • Career progression and development opportunities
  • A range of discounts available across a diverse portfolio of financial, healthcare, travel and other services

We focus on caring for our staff members and those important to them. We support all staff to be their authentic selves at work through Whole Self @ Mercy Health – our network group for LGBTIQ staff and allies.

At Mercy Health we pride ourselves on embracing diversity and foster an inclusive culture where individual differences are respected and celebrated. We encourage applications from people of all ages, abilities and cultural backgrounds including Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples.

Mercy Health is committed to the safety of all children across our services. We recognise the importance of listening to the voice of children and have a zero tolerance of any form of child abuse.

To be the successful candidate you must meet the position requirements as well as provide a current Police Record Check and Working with Children Check.  Mercy Health may conduct additional background checks subject to current legislation.

If you have any questions or require any adjustments to ensure a fair and equitable interview and selection process please contact us on the details below.

Please note that this position will close at 11:45pm on the closing date.
Please ensure your application is added before this time as we do not accept late applications.

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