Registered Nurse - Patient Transport Service

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Employment Type
:  Casual
Position Classification: Registered Nurse
Remuneration: 64184.86 - 90122.83
Hours Per Week: 38
Requisition ID: REQ132837

We are looking for Registered Nurses to provide and oversee a high standard of nursing care for patients being transported between hospitals or facilities in NSW. You will be patient-focused with the ability to build and foster strong relationships with a variety of stakeholders including patients, clinical staff at facilities, a team of Patient Transport Officers and the greater teams at the Sydney Metropolitan Hubs.

This varied nursing role also includes the transportation of stable, cardiac monitored patients, and other acute inpatients who require transport between hospital facilities.

This is a Full-Time/Part-Time Permanent position graded as a Registered Nurse (Years 1-8) with a salary starting from $64,184.86 to $90,122.83 per annum. Salary packaging benefits available providing additional benefits of up to $2,198.

Where you will be working

Positions are available at our North Ryde, Prestons, Kings Park and Regents Park locations.  

We are here for you
  • Work in an agile environment within and outside a hospital with a 1 to 2-on-1 patient load
  • Work autonomously with remote clinical support
  • Enjoy working in a positive and constructive culture
  • Access free wellbeing benefits including corporate private health insurance rates and Fitness Passport
  • Generous government benefits including a day off every month for full-time staff, parental leave and 17.5% annual leave loading

About You

To be successful for the role, you will possess the following skills and attributes:

  • Post graduate clinical experience in an acute setting or other relevant experience with a demonstrated commitment to professional development
  • Demonstrated competency in basic life support skills, cardiac monitoring, basic cardiac rhythms interpretation and medication administration
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to build and maintain positive relationships with patients, clinical staff and stakeholders
  • Work autonomously and be a team player to build a constructive and positive team culture
  • Ability to perform physical-related and manual handling duties such as loading and unloading patients on/off stretchers
We are diverse and inclusive

We are committed to working towards a more diverse workforce and strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates, those with special needs and those who identify with LGBIQT+ to apply.

We are an organisation of excellence when it comes to the health, safety and wellbeing of our staff. We expect and encourage all staff to do more than simply comply with policies and procedures. We seek a genuine commitment from all staff to embed safety in every aspect of our work. We actively promote wellbeing initiatives, encourage proactive strategies designed to minimise injuries, respond quickly to incidents, and work to continually improve the culture of safety in our workplaces.

About Us

HealthShare NSW is the backbone of the NSW public health and hospital system, supplying critical support and administrative services to support frontline staff so hospitals can do the important work of caring for patients. Our services include food and linen, payroll, patient transport, procurement, equipment and disability and corporate services to the NSW public health system. Learn more at

  • Post graduate clinical experience in an acute setting or other relevant experience with a demonstrated commitment to professional development.
  • Demonstrated competency in adult and paediatric basic life support skills and medication administration.
  • Demonstrated competency or willingness to undertake required learning development opportunities to care for stable, cardiac monitored patients. This would include skills/knowledge of cardiac monitoring, basic cardiac rhythm interpretation.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and demonstrated interpersonal skills to build, maintain and influence positive relationships with customers and stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated understanding of manual handling techniques combined with proven ability to perform work of a physical nature including loading/unloading and maneuvering patients around, on/off stretchers and in/out of wheelchairs in uncontrolled environments.
  • Demonstrated organisational skills and demonstrated ability to work autonomously and collaboratively in a team.

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Applications Close: 31st October 2019

NSW Health
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Sydney, New South Wales (Australia)

Phone: +61 2 9391 9000

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Company Profile

3 November 2019
Location: Australia New South Wales Kings Park
Salary: 64184.86 - 90122.83 AUD per year
Work type:
Healthcare and Medical
PLEASE! No enquiries from Recruitment Agencies or Headhunters.

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