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Registered NurseFullerton Health Australia
Jobfit Health Group is a leading national occupational health business celebrating 25 years of success in 2021 Our well-established occupational health business, Jobfit Health Group, is seeking an experienced Registered Nurse for a full-time position at our clinics in West Perth and Kewdale WA. Jobfit Health Group delivers a broad range of occupational healthcare services to thousands of businesses nationally, including pre-employment medical assessments, work fitness assessments, injury management and prevention, drug and alcohol screening, onsite medical services, health surveillance and health and wellness programmes. The successful candidate is responsible for working autonomously to complete all aspects of services including, but not limited to, medical assessments, health surveillance programs, functional capacity evaluations, vaccinations and associated health promotion.
A comprehensive training program and orientation is provided to ensure your success in the role. The Registered Nurse role is full-time, Monday to Friday, 38 hours per week and requires the successful candidate to be available to work across clinics in WA such as West Perth and Kewdale. Responsibilities Provide high quality medical assessment primarily for medical assessments, including hearing (audiometry exams), spirometry (lung function assessment), vision screening, musculoskeletal examinations, functional capacity evaluations, drug and alcohol screenings and other relevant requirements.
General health and wellness promotion, cessation of smoking, exercise and diet modification. Referrals where appropriate to allied health services / specialists for review e.g.
GP, optometrist review, diabetic nurse educator etc. Manage allocated administrative and service tasks including concise and accurate documentation of all relevant findings, and ensuring timeframes and schedules are adhered to. Order and restock medical supplies, linen and other equipment.
Ensure equipment is well maintained for safe and accurate use e.g. calibration of equipment, expiration dates.
Comply with privacy and confidentiality principles to all work practices including company policies and procedures. Requirements RN qualifications Current nursing registration with AHPRA Current Australian drivers licence Should be able to take bloods for various pathology tests Previous experience conducting occupational health assessments well regarded Qualifications and experience in vaccinations, audiometric testing, and drug and alcohol assessments (preferred) Exceptional customer service skills and cultural sensitivity Excellent verbal and written communication skills Commitment to best practice Commitment to ethical behaviour and conduct What we offer Working for a stable company who has been operational and successful for 25 years Team member development – we have our own in-house online learning and development centre Engagement surveys – we listen to you, as a team member, and take action on the issues t....