Nurse & Midwife Vacancies, Australia.

Full Time // AustraliaSalary: €65000

Description:

Cpl Healthcare are recruiting for experienced nurses and midwives who would like to elevate their career and relocate to Australia.

Our clients Hospital offer a competitive salary package, friendly work environment, professional development, educational opportunities and a range of employee wellbeing programs / initiatives.

Prospective candidates will need to have 2 years+ experience in order to meet visa requirements in Australia. TSS 482 sponsorship visas are available to successful applicants, with the potential of transitioning to employer sponsored permanent residency (if eligible)

Opportunities in a wide range of specialties including

  • General surgical
  • Orthopaedic
  • Plastics
  • Cardiac/ CCU
  • ICU
  • Emergency
  • Midwifery
  • Mental Health
  • Theatre – cardiac scrub scout
  • Theatre – ortho/neuro scrub scout
  • Theatre – scrub scout general
  • Theatre – anaesthetics
  • Theatre - recovery

 Some of the benefits you can expect

  • Excellent salary depending on experience
  • AHPRA and Visa processing guidance
  • TSS Visa Sponsorship with potential of employer sponsored permanent residency

Vacancies in

  • Tasmania
  • Queensland
  • Victoria

To apply.

Please send your CV to zoe.lawlor@cplhealthcare.com or phone Zoe on +353 874078773 for more information.

 

Apply for job
Ref.no.:
JO-1705-354058_562
Locations:
Australia
Salary:
€65000
Employment type:
Full Time;
Tags:
AHPRA,Ahpra Registered,Healthcare Jobs Australia,ICU Nurse,Mental Health Nurse,Midwife,Nurse,Nursing Jobs In Australia,Surgical Nurse,Theatre Nurse

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