NSW health is the largest public health system in Australia, the public health system provides safe, high-quality healthcare to the citizens of NSW. According to worldwide standards, the NSW Health system performs well delivers excellent care that is secure, and our population is regarded as one of the healthiest in the world.
Our health system and its staff have repeatedly shown their capacity to change and grow in the face of challenges in order to provide the people of NSW with excellent healthcare. We will be able to create an even more strong, flexible, and patient-centered health system in NSW with the help of world-class training, education, and advances in technology, investments in preventative health, and fresh forms of treatment.
We are looking for a part-time registered nurse to work closely with our motivating team. A fantastic opportunity to advance your career through outstanding experience, further education, and development. Broken Hill has an atmosphere that will welcome you with open arms, making it a town like any other. We’re delighted to meet you!
About Broken Hill
Broken Hill, an energetic regional town in far west New South Wales, Australia, is a true “Oasis in the Outback” and is full of diversity, history, and character. Broken Hill, the first city in Australia to be listed on the National Heritage List, is a town with an extensive art culture and over 20 galleries! Tourists come from all over because of the distinctive attractions, festivals, and stunning natural landscapes, but those who stay immediately fall in love with the location and its live ability.
Broken Hill, a city with a population of just under 20,000, is also small enough to maintain a laid-back country lifestyle yet big enough to offer all the amenities of a regional hub, like large supermarkets and grocery stores, excellent schools (7 primary & 2 high), many gyms & aquatic facilities, well-known fast food franchises, and a wealth of joint restaurants, pubs, and cafés.
Just 2.5 hours distance Broken Hill from the beautiful Murray-Riverina region, and just 5 hours separate you from South Australia’s famed wine region, the Barossa Valley. For an unique town, it’s really not that far away—just about one hour and fifteen minutes by plane from Adelaide, 2 hours by plane from Melbourne, or 2 hours and 30 minutes by plane from Sydney.
NSW Health is a collective term for a network of 220 public hospitals, community health centres, other services, local health districts, specialist networks, and charitable health groups.
You can work for an outstanding public health system and improve people’s health in NSW by choosing a career with NSW Health. Meet a team of more than 150,000 people who perform a variety of clinical and non-clinical activities.
NSW Health is committed to a diverse workforce and providing a supportive, respectful, and safe place to work for all employees. Our CORE values guide how we live: Collaboration, openness, morality, and empowerment.
From the time you begin working for us, we make an investment in your development via workshops, eLearning, scholarships, executive development, and vocational or postgraduate programs. Leading source of excellent training and instruction to serve a variety of roles is The Health Education & Training Institute (HETI) within NSW Health.
What You’ll Be Doing in NSW health
Provide safe, compassionate, person-centered treatment while collaborating with others and the multidisciplinary health care team under the leadership of a registered nurse in order to produce excellent outcomes for patients and clients.
- AHPRA’s (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) officially endorsed enrolled nurse registration.
- Demonstrated utilization of professional and ethical boundaries while delivering patient care as part of a multidisciplinary team.
- Propagated and implemented into practice customized care that is patient-centered by using critical thinking and evidence-based practice.
- A demonstrated capacity to recognize problem situations and find resolutions by managing.
- One’s own psychological responses while interacting with others in a friendly and professional way.
- Demonstrated commitment to working together and in partnership with patients, families, and staff who are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in order to improve health outcomes for those clients.
- Evidence of commitment to maintaining competence along with improving abilities, participation in one’s own professional development, and willingness to apply and impart expertise to others.
- Proven understanding of evidence-based best practices and how they impact organizational practice and policy change.
- Demonstrated strong communication abilities in both written and spoken form while working in a multidisciplinary team.
About The Far West LHD
One of the 15 LHDs under NSW Health, the Far West Local Health District provides outstanding public health services to the communities in far west NSW. FWLHD is required to offer its clients the best therapy and services.
Of course, our employees are vital to our success. We are blessed with a diverse and inclusive workforce. Across our nine health facilities in Broken Hill, Balranald, Dareton, Ivanhoe, Menindee, Tibooburra, Wentworth, White Cliffs, and Wilcannia, we employ well over 800 clinicians and support staff. We are collaborating in the Far West LHD to significantly enhance the health outcomes for our people. We encourage you to consider joining our friendly team for a meaningful and rewarding career in rural and remote healthcare.
The Welcome Experience
The Welcome Experience in Broken Hill connects you and your family with local people and local resources to help you settle in and feel at home in your new community faster.