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Enrolled Nurse - Aged Care And Hospital

WorkPac Health and Social Care are a leading recruiter within the health care industry. We are currently seeking experienced ENs to fulfil agency shifts within aged care facilities and hospitals. We have a variety of shifts on offer within the Brisbane area.

$200 employment bonus for those that work 24hrs/week over 3 months!

Job Role

As an agency EN for WorkPac Health and Social Care you will have the ability to work within aged care facilities and hospitals all over Brisbane so close to home for you. The position is to provide professional, empathetic care and support to a variety of our key clients and support them with daily living and activities.

Experience and Requirements

  • Minimum of 12 months in Australia as an EN

  • Diploma of Nursing and unrestricted AHPRA

  • Current First Aid and CPR Certification

  • Current National Police Clearance

  • Influenza Vaccination Evidence

  • COVID Vaccination Evidence

  • NDIS Clearance

  • Work rights in Australia

  • Positive attitude and flexibility

  • Must have own transport and drivers licence

Benefits

  • Work with WorkPac for 3 months averaging 24hours/week for a $200 Employment Bonus!

  • Attractive Agency Rates

  • Agency shifts across Day, Afternoon and Night.

  • Uniform and ID badge provided

We recognise we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people.

If you want to be part of a growing team wait no longer, Apply Now and one of our Recruiters will be in contact with you regarding your application.

Job title: Enrolled Nurse - Aged Care And Hospital
Contract type: Casual
Location: Other Locations
Industry: Nursing: EN and Div 2 Healthcare and Medical
Job expiry: 2023-01-03
Reference: 7464J20229788

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