Located on the edge of Adelaide’s CBD adjacent to the beautiful South Eastern park lands, St Andrew’s is the largest independent private Hospital in Australia, with more than 30,000 procedures being performed each year. Our patients are admitted electively or via our Emergency Service. Our 12 Theatres, 3 Procedure Rooms and 2 Cath Labs cater for most specialties and are supported by an Intensive Care Unit, High Dependency Unit and Cardiac Unit.
We have an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated and experienced scrub/scout Registered Nurse to join our team in either part time or full time capacity as Theatre Coordinator (RGN Level 2).
About the Role:
This is a key nursing leadership role, with responsibility for managing the daily clinical aspects of our operating theatre suite.
This position will suit candidates with a desire to commence or extend their leadership journey whilst maintaining core clinical expertise.
Key responsibilities include:
The successful candidate will be supported by our dedicated Nursing Management team, who are enthusiastic about mentoring and developing frontline leaders to grow both personally and professionally. This support is supplemented by the structured leadership development and management training programs that we offer to all frontline leaders.
This role will operate on a Monday to Friday roster comprising a combination of early and late shifts. Call shifts are expected.
You will need to demonstrate recent scrub/scout experience along with strong organisational and communication skills.
Our ideal candidate will possess highly developed competency and analytical skills in the clinical field, together with a desire to lead and support others to deliver superior patient care and services.
A head for business and finance would be highly valued as the role will also be responsible for ensuring that service delivery is cost effective.
In addition, candidates will need to demonstrate:
Relevant Postgraduate qualifications will be highly regarded.
Benefits and Culture:
At St Andrew’s we believe that relationships matter, and our people are the key to our success. Our committed leadership team, and open and inclusive culture, is reflected in our significant levels of staff tenure and high job satisfaction.
With a commitment medical and surgical excellence, we encourage our front-line staff to identify opportunities for improvement and contribute to decisions, to ensure we are able to provide the best care to our patients.
In addition to our positive culture, staff at St Andrew’s enjoy superior working conditions and benefits, including:
For further information:
Please contact: Renee McHugh, Clinical Manager – Theatre on
(08) 8408 2041 / 2473 email@example.com
Closing Date: 5pm, Friday 7 August 2020
Note, shortlisting and interviews may commence prior to the closing date