Critical Care Registered Nurse – Cardiac Services Unit | Mornington Peninsula

Critical Care Registered Nurse – Cardiac Services Unit | Mornington Peninsula

Posted: 2018-09-11

Reference: 304869

Excellent opportunities exist for Registered Nurses who have completed post graduate studies in Critical Care to join the Cardiac Services Unit at a private hospital on the Mornington Peninsula. 
THE CANDIDATE
Essential Selection Criteria:
  • Current registration with AHPRA
  • Post Graduate qualification in Critical Care 
  • Recent clinical experience working in Cardiac Unit (minimum 4 years)
  • Proven ability to establish effective working relationships with a range of stakeholders
  • Evidence that demonstrates strategic thinking
  • Ability to apply research findings to clinical practice
  • Demonstrated personal commitment to ongoing learning
  • Sound computer skills in MS Office suite including Excel

 

THE BENEFITS
Hospital offers excellent benefits of employment including:
  • A doctor is on-site in the unit 24 / 7
  • Extensive in-house general and specialty education programs supported by clinical educators
  • Access to clinical, managerial and leadership programs.
  • Free car parking

 

THE FACILITY 
Hospital, located on the Mornington Peninsula, is modern and well equipped facility offering a comprehensive range of acute surgical services. The highly skilled team of doctors and nurses at the Emergency Department provide prompt and professional care 24 hours a day.

HOW TO APPLY 
If this sounds like the opportunity for you, click APPLY to submit your application. Alternatively, send your CV to info@ihrgroup.com.au.

Otherwise please check out our website www.ihrgroup.com.au for other available positions. 
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