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Full-time Registered Nurses - Youth Justice

Advertiser: Correct Care AustralasiaMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
20 Dec 2018
Location
Bendigo, Goldfields & Macedon Ranges
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Healthcare & Medical, Nursing - General Medical & Surgical

Full-time Registered Nurses - Youth Justice

Correct Care Australasia (Correct Care) has entered an exciting phase of growth. Correct Care has been contracted to deliver primary health services to Victoria’s two Youth Justice custodial precincts: Malmsbury Youth Justice Precinct and Parkville Youth Justice Precinct, with service delivery commencing from 1 February 2019.

We are currently recruiting part-time and full-time Primary Care Nurses (Registered Nurse Div1) at the Malmsbury  Youth Justice Precinct located near Kyneton.

If you have a passion for working in primary health, if you want to work in a unique environment and make a difference, and if you want to work in a multidisciplinary team that shares your dedication to healthcare without judgement, we have the job you are looking for!

The Company

Correct Care Australasia is Australia's largest outsourced correctional healthcare provider. Operating across all of Victoria's 14 publicly managed prisons, one private prison and two Youth Justice Precincts Correct Care provides primary healthcare services through a diverse and dispersed workforce of healthcare professionals across metropolitan and rural Victoria.

Custodial settings provide a unique opportunity to address a range of health issues and to meet the health needs of a population that is normally hard to reach.

The Roles

The work is fast paced, varied and challenging.  The environment is safe, supportive and will operate on a nurse led model, enabling greater autonomy and job fulfilment.

Shifts will be rostered on a 7 day a week rotating basis (AM, PM and Night shift) across different roles in the healthcare centre.

Working closely with our multidisciplinary team, including medical officers, mental health and OSTP/AOD nurses, allied health providers, as well as our administrative and clinical support staff, these roles provide an opportunity for the successful candidates to work and make a difference with a vulnerable population. 

The People

The successful applicants will have:

  • Registered Nurse (Division 1) qualifications
  • Registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
  • Experience in a variety of primary health care or acute hospital settings
  • A current Working with Children Check (or willing to obtain one)
  • Enjoy working as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Be committed to delivering quality primary health care services in a correctional environment
  • Possess excellent clinical assessment skills and be an effective communicator
  • Be committed to timely incident reporting, legislative compliance, documentation and developing stakeholder relationships
  • Have knowledge of Legislation and a genuine commitment to standards and quality practices
  • Intermediate to advanced computer literacy.
  • Previous experience in Custodial Health is not essential, as support and a comprehensive orientation program is provided. 

To Apply

If you would like to have an initial confidential discussion, please contact Denise McInnes, Youth Justice Operations Manager on 9252 1700, 0414 324 146

A copy of the position description may be obtained by emailing yjrecruitment@correctcare.com.au.

To apply hit the “Apply Now” button or send your resume and covering letter to yjrecruitment@correctcare.com.au" target="_blank">yjrecruitment@correctcare.com.au in MS Word format.

Please note: Applicants must have a right to work in Australia and will need to successfully undergo a police check. Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted. 

Correct Care offers excellent career opportunities & is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

Correct Care Australasia

Correct Care Australasia (Correct Care) has entered an exciting phase of growth. Correct Care has been contracted to deliver primary health services to Victoria’s two Youth Justice custodial precincts: Malmsbury Youth Justice Precinct and Parkville Youth Justice Precinct, with service delivery commencing from 1 February 2019.

We are currently recruiting part-time and full-time Primary Care Nurses (Registered Nurse Div1) at the Malmsbury  Youth Justice Precinct located near Kyneton.

If you have a passion for working in primary health, if you want to work in a unique environment and make a difference, and if you want to work in a multidisciplinary team that shares your dedication to healthcare without judgement, we have the job you are looking for!

The Company

Correct Care Australasia is Australia's largest outsourced correctional healthcare provider. Operating across all of Victoria's 14 publicly managed prisons, one private prison and two Youth Justice Precincts Correct Care provides primary healthcare services through a diverse and dispersed workforce of healthcare professionals across metropolitan and rural Victoria.

Custodial settings provide a unique opportunity to address a range of health issues and to meet the health needs of a population that is normally hard to reach.

The Roles

The work is fast paced, varied and challenging.  The environment is safe, supportive and will operate on a nurse led model, enabling greater autonomy and job fulfilment.

Shifts will be rostered on a 7 day a week rotating basis (AM, PM and Night shift) across different roles in the healthcare centre.

Working closely with our multidisciplinary team, including medical officers, mental health and OSTP/AOD nurses, allied health providers, as well as our administrative and clinical support staff, these roles provide an opportunity for the successful candidates to work and make a difference with a vulnerable population. 

The People

The successful applicants will have:

  • Registered Nurse (Division 1) qualifications
  • Registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
  • Experience in a variety of primary health care or acute hospital settings
  • A current Working with Children Check (or willing to obtain one)
  • Enjoy working as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Be committed to delivering quality primary health care services in a correctional environment
  • Possess excellent clinical assessment skills and be an effective communicator
  • Be committed to timely incident reporting, legislative compliance, documentation and developing stakeholder relationships
  • Have knowledge of Legislation and a genuine commitment to standards and quality practices
  • Intermediate to advanced computer literacy.
  • Previous experience in Custodial Health is not essential, as support and a comprehensive orientation program is provided. 

To Apply

If you would like to have an initial confidential discussion, please contact Denise McInnes, Youth Justice Operations Manager on 9252 1700, 0414 324 146

A copy of the position description may be obtained by emailing yjrecruitment@correctcare.com.au.

To apply hit the “Apply Now” button or send your resume and covering letter to yjrecruitment@correctcare.com.au" target="_blank">yjrecruitment@correctcare.com.au in MS Word format.

Please note: Applicants must have a right to work in Australia and will need to successfully undergo a police check. Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted. 

Correct Care offers excellent career opportunities & is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
  • Are you currently registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)?
  • Have you completed a qualification in nursing?

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