Registered/Enrolled Nurses - Instrumentation - Perioperative Suite
• Continue your career in a progressive not-for-profit community hospital • Be a part of a highly collaborative and fun workplace • Enjoy excellent remuneration, flexible salary packaging & access to employee wellness program About us…. Burnside Hospital is a values-driven, not-for-profit community hospital with a passion to care for our community. We exist to provide safe, contemporary care for every patient, every time.
We know our people are pivotal to our achievement of strategic objectives and create the patient-experience every day. Burnside Hospital is one of Adelaide's most popular private hospitals, with an outstanding reputation, some of the most skilled and well-regarded doctors and specialists in Adelaide, state-of-the-art equipment and modern facilities. About the Role… Become a valued member of the Burnside Hospital team.
You will be reporting to the Clinical Manager, Perioperative Suite and working in collaboration with the Clinical Nurse Coordinators, Clinical Nurses and other members of the multidisciplinary Perioperative team. Responsible for assisting with ensuring that high quality care is provided within our unit to patients in conjunction with the Visiting Medical Officers, this position is primarily over a 5-day roster of early and late shifts and the inclusion on the on-call roster is a requirement. About you… You share our values and want to work as a part of a dynamic team.
You have a flexible and proactive approach to work and above all, embrace and are committed to quality patient care. Essential skills & competencies: • Recent experience in a similar role within a Peri-operative surgical setting – scrub scout roles and in particular within the orthopaedic speciality • Registered as a Registered or Enrolled Nurse with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) • An advanced level of professionalism and an innovative mindset • Excellent communication skills and ability to deal with all members of a multidisciplinary team, VMO's and patients in a professional and confident manner • Willingness to embrace and demonstrate the values of Burnside Hospital • Flexible and proactive approach to work with a willingness to learn • A commitment to continuous performance improvement and act as a professional role model • Positive team and can do approach If you are a motivated person who realises the opportunity this role offers and are ready to be a part of a team where you can utilise your skills and passion to provide excellent patient-centred care, we want to hear from you Applications close Friday 15 May 2020 Simply complete the application process by accessing the Burnside Hospital Careers Webpage, record your personalised video application, upload your resume and we’ll be in touch. APPLY NOW All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment prior to commenceme....