About the role
As the Registered Nurse you are responsible for providing clinical leadership to staff and ensuring compliance with legislative requirements to enable us to continue to deliver a high standard of care, services and most importantly a quality lifestyle for our residents.
What you bring
- Registered Nurse with current Registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (APHRA)
- Min 12 month experience as Registered Nurse
- Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the legislation governing aged care
- Ability to support and lead a multi- disciplinary team
- Knowledge on the restrictive practices and behavioural management
- Experience in a clinical leadership role with ability to manage day to day clinical issues
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
Why work for Calvary?
At Calvary, our staff matter.
With over 130 years’ experience and 18,000 staff and volunteers, we offer an inclusive and welcoming culture where you are valued, drawing on your own strengths, identity and background alongside a team of professionals who care for our patients, residents and clients.
- NFP salary packaging benefits, discounted health insurance and gym memberships
- Paid parental leave
- Professional membership to APNA, paid for by Calvary
- Training, development pathways and career opportunities
- Flexible hours that make sense for you
As we serve the community across Home, Virtual and Residential Aged Care, Retirement Living and Hospitals, one thing sets us apart. Care from the heart. If this sounds like you, apply for a role with Calvary today.
Please note the following:
- As part of the application process, you will be required to complete pre-employment checks which may include, but is not limited to reference checks, work rights, criminal history check, NDIS/WWCC/WWVP checks, and a health evaluation to ensure suitability for the role
- You will be required to provide evidence of immunisation as required for your role including COVID-19, influenza, tuberculosis screening, hepatitis, diphtheria, tetanus, varicella.