|Posting||Registered Nurse – Critical Care/ICU|
|Location||CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs|
|Job Sector||Nursing – A&E, Critical Care & ICU|
- Supportive management
- Mentoring and ongoing Professional Development
- Belong to a leading healthcare network in Australia with access to a range of employee benefits and work opportunities nationally across our OneHealthscope family
Prince of Wales Private Hospital is seeking expressions of interest from experienced Registered Nurse to join our team on a full time basis.
We are renowned for complex surgery, and have been independently recognised for excellence in clinical safety and service. And while we specialise in neurosurgery and cardiology, many Sydneysiders know us for being one of the state’s premier maternity hospitals, caring for more than 2,000 expectant parents every year. Supported by the latest technology and robotics, we offer a full range of surgical and medical services too, giving you the opportunity to work in the areas you love while also allowing you to further specialise in the clinical areas you want.
Joining our team means you’ll be supported by great team leaders, be part of a strong, innovative team who always strive for better, and have the opportunity to flourish and grow.
So, if you’re unhappy, move to better. Apply now to join Prince of Wales Private Hospital team.
As a Registered Nurse, your responsibilities will include:
- Deliver evidence based nursing care
- Liaise with the multi-disciplinary team
- Ensure patient and staff safety
- Supervise, direct and guide nursing team members; Enrolled Nurses (ENs) and Assistants in Nursing (AINs) to deliver patient care
- Deliver education and support to individuals/patients for the management of their health recovery, rehabilitation or end of life needs
- Current Registration with AHPRA
- At least 2 years experience as a Registered Nurse in an acute Surgical setting
- Commitment to Quality Patient Care
- Compliance with ACQSHC National standards
- Sound clinical decision making and problem solving skills
- Excellent communication and customer service skills
- Works well independently and within a team
- Basic computer skills
- Compliance with NSW Health Policy PD2020_017 Occupational Screening, Assessment & Vaccination against Specified Infectious Diseases as a Category A Healthcare worker
- Post Graduate Certificate in ICU/CCU or working towards this certificate is desirable
Come and be the difference in our patient’s lives.
Applications close: 15th July 2022
To Apply: Please click on the ‘Apply’ button to be taken to our online application form. For any questions, please reach out to
More Information: Our commitment to quality and safety for our patients, staff and visitors is our highest priority. Applicants will be required to provide a current National Police check, WWCC (where applicable) and Evidence of right to work in Australia prior to appointment. Staff in patient contact roles will be required to provide proof of immunity to specified infectious diseases as a Category A Healthcare worker.
If you are successful in this role you will be paid as a Registered Nurse in accordance to the relevant Industrial Instrument: Healthscope NSW- NSWNMA/AMNF – NSW Nurses & Midwives – Enterprise Agreement – 2020-2024