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ED Nurse

Job Title: ED Nurse
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Walcha, Northern Tableland, New South Wales, Australia
Industry:
Salary: Aus $ 64,184.86 (yr 1) to Aus $ 90,122.83 (yr 8)
REF: 10669
Contact Name: Elizabeth Cox
Contact Email: nurse@icegroup.ie

Job Description

 

Introduction to Walcha

 Walcha (pronounced 'Wolka') is a town at the south-eastern edge of the Northern Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia. It is located half way between Sydney and Brisbane on the crossroads of the Oxley Highway and Thunderbolts Way. The dominant agriculture of the area includes sheep, wool and cattle, timber and timber-processing. Its location on the route from Port Macquarie to Tamworth and Armidale has ensured its continued importance as a stopping point for transport and travellers.

 

Emgerency Department Registered Nurse 

Our client, a rural Hospital in Walcha, New South Wales are looking for an experienced ED Nurse to work across all areas of their emergency room.  This includes triage, majors, minors, resus and patient transfers.  To get an idea of size - over 1379 patients presented to ED in 2018, with all patients being treated or discharged within 4 hours.  

Suitable candidates must have the following:

  • Minimum of 3-5 years experience of ED Nursing in acute hospital setting, ideally within community or regional hospitals
  • Post graduate diploma in Emergency medicine an advantage
  • Demonstrated ability to operate as an independent practitioner as well as within a small ED team.
  • Strong communication skills, working with a broad range of patient presentations
  • AHPRA registration or AHPRA in principle
ICE Group 

ICE Group have a track record in helping Nurses / Midwives and their families make the move to Australia.  We have supported them through each of the many phases of the recruitment process including interview, recruitment screening, AHPRA Registration, visa nomination and arrival to Australia.  This process can take 6 to 12 months to complete (shorter if you already have your AHPRA registration), and we pride ourselves at keeping our people up to date on the any changes that occur during this time.

With over 18 years’ experience in overseas nurse recruitment, we can provide advice and guidance to make your transition easier, and removing any uncertainties out of your move.