Multiple Temporary RN positions in Charleville, Roma and St George for immediate commencement.
The HB Group is currently working with a State Government Department to source multiple temporary Registered Nurses to be based in St George, Roma and Charleville. These roles are available for immediate commencement and are going until early October 2021, with the possibility of extension.
The hours are Monday – Friday/ 8:00am – 5:00pm. No night time shifts.
Key responsibilities will include
- Covid Vaccinations and patient care
- Provide support, guidance, preceptorship, supervision and mentoring to healthcare team as appropriate.
- Provide clinical leadership for professional and clinical practice
- Proactively engage with the clinical nurse and others to achieve best practice outcomes within the work environment
Essential requirements to be successful in this role
- Ability to deliver competent holistic consumer care utilising knowledge of an evidenced based framework
- Ability to practice in accordance with legislation, policies and procedures affecting nursing practice and health care
- Ability to demonstrates increasing autonomy and exercises a greater level of professional judgement in the clinical environment
- Ability to appropriately manage resources, human and material
- Actively participate in quality activities
- Ability to communicate professionally and effectively across the health continuum demonstrating positive organisational values and behaviours
- Ongoing commitment to professional development of self and others
Mandatory possession of Registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency with a current annual practicing certificate is essential and endorsement to administer medications.
Potential applicants are advised that the Aged Care Act 1997 requires Queensland Health employees and volunteers of aged care services to have a current National Police Certificate.
Vaccine Preventable Diseases: It is a condition of employment for this role for the employee to be, and remain, vaccinated against the following vaccine preventable diseases: hepatitis B, measles, mumps, rubella, varicella (chicken pox), pertussis (whooping cough), hepatitis A, and tuberculosis during their employment.
For further information, please call Shauna on 4639 4410