|Job Title:||Registered Nurse - Anaesthetic / Anesthetic|
|Salary:||$64,184 - $90,122 AUD|
|Start Date:||2019 / 2020|
|Duration:||Dependent on visa|
|Contact Name:||Elizabeth Cox|
Anaesthetic Nurses required for an acute public hospital setting in Sydney, New South Wales.
About Royal Prince Alfred Hospital:
Great opportunity to work with the Royal Prince Alfred, one of Australia's premier tertiary referral hospitals, and a worldwide leader in healthcare excellence and innovation. RPA's central location in Sydney means it has an exciting complex case mix and a vast number of learning opportunities for their nursing staff. RPA is principal teaching hospital of the University of Sydney.
Anaesthetic Service at RPAH - click here to find out more
Encompasses 2 theatre complexes which consist of 25 operating theatres covering multiple surgical specialities including:
The complex also includes an MRI Suite, hybrid robotic theatre. Anaesthetic support is also supplied to satellite locations such as radiology, cardiac cath lab and endoscopy.
Being a trauma hospital RPAH often manages critically ill patients. The Anaesthetic Assistants need to be able to think quickly, troubleshoot, and perform under pressured conditions.
About the Role:
The Anaesthetic Assistant Service comprises of RN’s, EN’s and Technicians. RPAH runs a 24-hour service; however, the majority of surgery is performed Monday through Friday. Shift staffing numbers are dependent on the number of theatre sessions running. There is also an on-call component to the role in order to cover general, radiology, cardiothoracic and liver transplant services. Shifts vary from 6, 8, 10 and 12 hours.
Minimum Requirements for the Role:
- Applicants must have experience working in Irish or UK acute healthcare settings.
- A qualified nurse with a postgraduate qualification in Anaesthetic Nursing.
- AHPRA Registered.
- Salary and Benefits are in line with Public Health awards.
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