Applications for the 2014 Graduate Nurse Program are now open.

 

Why choose St Andrew's War Memorial Hospital?

 

St Andrew’s is an acute care hospital specialising in technologically advanced surgical and general medical care. The hospital has 250 beds including a new state-of-the-art Intensive Care Unit, Coronary Care Unit, Day Surgery Unit and Endoscopy Centre.

 

St Andrew’s is focused on achieving the best clinical outcomes for our patients. These results are achieved through the clinical expertise of our doctors and nursing staff. We regularly review our clinical outcomes to ensure we continue to provide the highest quality care. These reviews are benchmarked against other Australian, European and US centres and St Andrew’s consistently achieves outcomes that are amongst the best in the world.

The aim of our Graduate nurse program is to foster the development of confident and competent Level 1 RNs who are committed to the values of the organisation and to the provision of exceptional standards of evidence- based practice and customer service.

 

 

What sets us apart?

 

  • St Andrew's has state-of-the-art facilities thanks to the recent redevelopment of the hospital completed in 2010

  • A choice of rotations within diverse clinical specialties

  • Specialty options in both General and Peri-operative programs

  • A genuinely caring environment with an established network of support services for graduates

  • Regular performance evaluation and feedback to provide encouragement and guidance

  • Extensive educational opportunities including structured graduate study days, formal courses, and workshops

  • Career planning for beyond your graduate year

  • Incentives such as scholarships, salary packaging, and discounted services

 

About the program

 

St Andrew's Graduate Program leads graduates on a journey to further develop and establish their skills as a nurse through the provision of a professional, caring and structured program.

 

We are focused on identifying talented nursing graduates and developing and honing their skills to be our leaders of tomorrow.

  • 12 months duration

  • There are 2 rotations of 6 months each (medical/surgical including cardiac)

  • Fully preceptored program

  • Paid study days throughout the year

  • In-service programs catering to the challenges facing new graduates

  • Following completion of graduate year, the participant, if they wish to, is able to specialise in their area of choice.

 

Key dates

 

  • Applications for the 2014 Graduate Nurse Program open 22 July 2013.

  • Applications close Friday 2 August 2013.

  • Candidates will be shortlisted week commencing Monday 12 August 2013 with successful candidates being advised week commencing 26 August.

  • Graduate  Selection Days - 4 and 5 September 2013.

 How to apply

 

Apply for a UnitingCare Health 2014 Graduate Nurse Program via SEEK  (applications open Monday 22 July, 2013).

All applicants must apply via SEEK. Click on the link above to be directed to SEEK.

 

Contact us

 

For more information, please contact Cher Griffiths, Graduate Nurse Program Coordinator, on (07) 3834 4394 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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