Registered Nurse - Neonatal

The Registered Nurse -:
  • Strengthens health outcomes through the provision of safe quality, clinically appropriate nursing care to patients/clients and their families in partnership with other health professionals.
  1. In collaboration with members of the healthcare team plan, implement and evaluates patient/client care.
  2. Work effectively within a multidisciplinary team, contributing to a strong team approach through open communication and a positive supportive approach, including participation in team meetings.
  3. Active involvement in maintaining and continually improving the quality of patient/client care. This may include participation in research and evidence based practice.
  4. Identify and meet educational needs of patients/clients and their families/significant others.
  5. Participate and contribute to a learning environment, through continuing education and professional development.
  6. Support the development of others through participation in orientation and supporting nurses, midwives and other members of the health team.
  7. Actively participate in and contribute to the organisation’s Quality & Safety and Work, Health & Safety processes, including the development and implementation of safety systems, improvement initiatives and related training, ensuring that quality and safety improvement processes are in place and acted upon
NB: The incumbent can expect to be allocated duties, not specifically mentioned in this document, that are within the capacity, qualifications and experience normally expected from persons occupying jobs at this classification level.
Scope of Work Performed:
  • Responsible to and receives guidance and support from the Nurse Unit Manager/Midwifery Educator for initiating, implementing and evaluating quality nursing care.
    • Practice in accordance with the NMBA1 codes and guidelines for the Registered Nurse, Relevant Legislation & Organisational policies and procedures.
Essential Requirements:
  • Registered with the NMBA as a Registered Nurse.
Desirable Requirements:
  • Experience in caring for neonates including Premature infants in a Special Care Nursery and/or Postnatal Ward environment
  • Neonatal Qualification and or willingness to obtain
  • Current Working with Vulnerable Person’s Check or willingness to obtain the same
  • Current National Police Check
Selection Criteria:
  1. Current knowledge of, and the ability to apply nursing principles, procedures and practices in the delivery of patient/client care in a designated practice area and in line with legal requirements and the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council (ANMC) National Competency Standards for a Registered Nurse.
  2. Sound interpersonal and communication skills, including written skills and the ability to function effectively in a multidisciplinary team environment.
  3. Knowledge of continuous quality improvement (safety and quality) and the application of evidence based practice in the practice setting.
1 Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia
  1. Ability to undertake client education in the practice setting, together with a commitment to participate in ongoing professional development.
While local candidates will be given priority, outstanding international candidates may also be considered for employment with 482/TSS visa sponsorship.     
The company is looking for individuals who are interested in a challenging role that requires flexibility, good communication skills, high sense of responsibility, and strong motivation to deliver quality work.
How to Apply:
If you think you have the above qualities, are looking for a new challenge, and believe you have what it takes to drive a team to succeed consistently, please forward your resume, along with a cover letter, by clicking on the apply button below.  Alternatively, you may email your application letter with resume to and quote reference #3019598 in the email subject
Job Summary
Job Title:
Registered Nurse - Neonatal
Reference No:
Healthcare & Medical / Nursing - General
Work Types:
Not specified
Date Posted:
20 Oct 2019
Posted By:
Konnecting - Skilled Migration & recruitment