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Theatre Orderly/Patient Care AssistantSt John of God Health Care
Welcome to St John of God Health Care St John of God Health Care is a leading health care provider, with private and public hospitals, home nursing and Social Outreach services throughout Australia. With over 120 years' experience in health care, we have an excellent reputation as a caring, nurturing and supportive employer. Learning is highly valued and there are many opportunities for professional development.
The Position St John of God Murdoch Hospital is one of the leading health campuses in Western Australia and a major health care hub serving the Southern region. Currently available is a vacancy for a reliable and efficient Theatre Orderly/PCA to commence within the DPU/DOSA Department. Candidates must hold a CERT III in a Health Service discipline and/or currently studing a health related field at a tertiary level along with experience in a similar role in an acute hospital setting will be highly regarded.
This position will be offered on a permanent basis, working 76 hours per fortnight. Successful candidates will be expected to work across a variety of shifts. The successful candidate will have: A willingness and capacity to embrace the Mission and Values of St John of God Health Care.
Well-developed verbal and interpersonal skills. Ability to prioritise workload and demonstrate good organisational skills. Commitment to Customer Service.
Ability to work effectively in a multidisciplinary team environment. The Benefits: Salary Packaging & Corporate Discounts Parking Available Professional Development All applicants are asked to submit a covering letter (of no more than two (2) pages) demonstrating how you meet the essential requirements of the role St John of God Health Care embraces diversity and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people with disabilities. We are committed to providing a safe environment for all children and vulnerable people in our care and proactively take measures to protect children/vulnerable people from abuse.