Registered Nurse - Parafield Gardens (POOL)
Job Title: Registered Nurse - Expressions of Interest
Job Type: Casual
Location: Metropolitan Residential Facilities
Helping Hand is a not-for-profit organisation that supports older people with their day-to-day activities, allowing them to keep doing the things they love. Our diverse range of services allow people to choose to stay at home and receive assistance, downsize to a retirement living unit or move into one of our eight fully accredited residential facilities. Through our team of more than 1,400 staff, Helping Hand supports over 7,000 clients throughout metropolitan and regional South Australia.
We understand our clients are looking for the best experience when choosing aged care services. Our passion is helping people rediscover their interests and taking pleasure in their lives, whilst we take care of them. When you join the Helping Hand team you will know what we mean when we say new aged care.
We have a number of Residential Aged Care Facilities throughout Northern Metropolitan Adelaide including, Mawson Lakes, Ingle Farm, Parafield Gardens, Northgate and North Adelaide and are seeking passionate and experienced Registered Nurses for a variety of casual shifts.
Working closely with the other health professionals, our Registered Nurses deliver high quality nursing and personal care to our residents to assist to deliver an optimum level of independence and emotional care.
You will enjoy this role if you are passionate about supporting the lifestyle and choices of our clients, love a challenge, thrive in a busy environment and work effectively in a team based environment.
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To be considered for these opportunities, it is essential you possess the following:
/ A Bachelor of Nursing (or equivalent)
/ A Current AHPRA Registration
/ Minimum of 12 months working experience and previous experience in the Aged Care sector will be highly regarded
/ Excellent communication skills and the ability to communicate with a range of people including older people, staff, volunteers and visitors, particularly in relation to residents.
/ Excellent written communication skills including ability to interpret and use language confidently for learning and communicating, ability to write clear and concise care notes, complete charts and other organisational forms and understand written instructions.
/ Demonstrated organisational and time management skills and the ability to manage workload and a range of priorities.
/ The ability to work as part of a team.
/ The ability to relate and empathise with a diverse range of people.
/ The flexibility to adapt and change as our industry often requires.
As a valued member of Helping Hand we can offer you:
/ Excellent Salary Sacrifice benefits
/ Supportive and friendly team environment
/ Training and development opportunities
By applying to this job you will be expressing your interest for vacancies as they arise and will be contacted when a suitable position is available.
For enquiries, please contact Amy Durdin, Recruitment Consultant on 08 8366 5443.
All applicants must have the right to work in Australia and hold a current national police check and first aid certificate or be willing to obtain one.
All current Helping Hand employees should notify their current supervisor of their intent to apply.