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Transitioning Enrolled Nurse Program - Sydney/sydney Eye Hospital

Private Company - Sydney, NSW

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Employment Type: Temporary Full Time until 24th April 2022
Position Classification: Enrolled Nurse
Remuneration: $58,022.57 - $63,047.37 per annum
Hours Per Week: 38
Requisition ID: REQ226469

Join the nursing team at Sydney/Sydney Eye Hospital

Where you'll be working

The Sydney Hospital/Sydney Eye Hospital (SSEH) Transition to Professional Practice Program for Enrolled Nurses is designed to develop and enhance the skills and knowledge of a first year Enrolled Nurse to implement safe, quality patient care within a supported, clinical learning environment. The program provides an opportunity for newly graduated Enrolled Nurses to undertake two rotations in a variety of units/departments during the 12 month program.

Sydney Hospital provides general and specialist health care to the public and community including 24 hour emergency services, general medicine/aged care including a close observation unit, perioperative services, day surgery, specialist hand surgery and ear, nose and throat surgery. Sydney Hospital’s dedicated Hand Unit is a centre of excellence and tertiary referral centre for hand trauma, abnormalities and diseases of the hand. Sydney Eye Hospital is a quinary referral centre for eye health conditions. It provides emergency eye care and ophthalmic health services for both inpatients and outpatients.

What you'll be doing

The vision for

South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD) is ‘exceptional care, healthier lives’. SESLHD is committed to enabling our community to be healthy and well, and to providing the best possible compassionate care when people need it.

All staff are expected to act as an appropriate and effective role model and promote culture and supporting practices that reflect the NSW Health CORE values of Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment through demonstrated behaviours and interactions with patients, clients and employees.

All staff are expected to take reasonable care that their actions do not adversely affect the health and safety of others, that they comply with any reasonable instruction that is given them and with any reasonable policies/procedures relating to health or safety in the workplace, as well as notifying any hazards/risks or incidents to their managers. 

The Enrolled Nurse delivers high quality nursing care to patients/clients of the Sydney/Sydney Eye Hospital consistent with SESLHD and Sydney/Sydney Eye Hospital policies, procedures and standards.

The Enrolled Nurse works under the direction and supervision of the Registered Nurse, and assists in the provision of nursing care. Enrolled Nurses retain responsibility for their personal actions whilst remaining accountable to the Registered Nurse for delegated functions.

All Enrolled Nurses must comply and act in accordance with recognised professional and organisational standards established by:
NSW Health
The Nurses and Midwives Board of Australia
South Eastern Sydney Local Health District
Sydney/Sydney Eye Hospital 

SSEH’s nursing vision is ‘Nurses will embrace diversity to provide compassionate care that is person centered in an enriched environment that supports teamwork and learning’.

Clinical supervision at the point of care is the role and responsibility of each Registered Nurse/Midwife and Enrolled Nurse within everyday clinical practice, in line with the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council Decision Making Frameworks for Nurses and Midwives.

SESLHD is committed to creating a workplace that reflects the diversity of our community. This will help ensure our employees, our patients and their carers, feel supported. We encourage people from different backgrounds to apply.

Employment of a temporary visa holder may only occur if no suitable permanent resident or citizen of Australia has been identified for this position following suitable labour market testing.