Graduate Nursing Program jobs in New South Wales

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$49.05 - $60.15 an hour
  • Participation in group programs may require some late afternoon and early evening work.
  • This involves evidence-based assessment and treatment through individual…
$57,850 - $62,860 a year
  • The Enrolled Nurse is responsible for the provision of compassionate and professional nursing care to all patients.
  • Applications Close: Thursday 12 March 2020.
$1,864 - $2,286 a week
  • Expert individual rehabilitation assessment and program development and delivery.
  • Consultation and support for community mental health clinicians in…
$29.17 - $31.70 an hour
  • The Enrolled Nurse is responsible for the provision of compassionate and professional nursing care to all patients.
  • Applications Close: Thursday 12 March 2020.
  • Our multidisciplinary teams provide career paths for both nursing and allied health staff, new graduates and established professionals.
  • What you will be doing.
$32.37 - $45.45 an hour
  • Demonstrated experience and clinical skills in Acute Medical / Mental Health Nursing as a Registered Nurse (including completion of a new graduate RN program or…
New South Wales
$81,639 - $110,406 a year
  • The Prince of Wales ED runs a very active education and training program,.
  • Of Emergency Specialist and trainee medical staff, and in partnership with nursing.
$97,579 - $100,746 a year
  • Demonstrated continuous quality improvement with the ability to preceptor / mentor / or clinically supervise others to: comprehensively conduct assessments;…
Tresillian Family Care Centres
Belmore NSW
  • Tresillian’s Transition to Speciality program provides a unique opportunity to consolidate your learning and transform and inspire your practice to make a…
$113,066 a year
  • Supported post graduate opportunities within applicable fields.
  • Comprehensive understanding of clinical governance and current nursing issues.