Join a national industry leader with profits invested back into medical research.
Flexible working hours over a 24-hr roster, competitive hourly rates & penalties.
Culture of collaboration, integrity & respect across the organisation.
About the company:
Established in 1985, AusHealth is a profit-for-purpose organisation experiencing rapid growth across their three divisions, which are AusHealth Work, AusHealth Hospitals, and AusHealth Research. With a wide range of clients Australia-wide, AusHealth provide onsite services to assist in managing the occupational health and safety requirements in the workplace. These services fund the grants for AusHealth Research, that translate and commercialise hospital research into leading medical technologies and treatments. The medical research division help people with diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, burns and scars. AusHealth has ideally placed itself for post-pandemic success by securing new business opportunities and launching world-first medical research trials.
About the role:
Immunisation Nurses will provide safe vaccination and nursing care for participants of vaccine clinics in a variety of workplace settings. Duties include:
Provide safe immunisation and nursing care in accordance with the National Standards set by the National Health and Medical Research Council
Complete and return required forms in accordance with AusHealth’s quality requirements and in an efficient and timely manner
Obtain valid consent from participants receiving vaccines prior to administration
Determine the patient’s state of health at the time of vaccination
Liaise with the consultant doctor as required
Advise the Manager – Workplace Wellbeing and appropriate authorities of any adverse reactions
Provide a timely response to a request for site attendance by Customer Service, including out of hours’ work
Provide regular availability status to Customer Service
Maintain high levels of confidentiality of all information made available to the position
Maintain a customer centric approach
Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications and participating in relevant professional organisation events
Skills & experience:
Current AHPRA registration as a Registered Nurse (Division 1)
Current state/territory Immunisation Certificate (with updates where necessary)
Current CPR Certificate
Possession of a smartphone, current driver’s licence and a reliable vehicle is essential
Fully vaccinated against Covid19
Current or willingness to apply for National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check
Experience administering vaccinations unsupervised is essential
Experience in management of adverse events following immunisation (AEFI) is essential
Demonstrated commitment to customer service with the ability to develop and maintain positive client relationships and ensure delivery of consistent, efficient and high-quality service
Ability to work autonomously
Good attention to detail
Ethical and confidential approach
Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills
Sound conflict resolution skills
Effective time management and organisational skills
Professional presentation skills
Culture & benefits:
AusHealth offer flexible working arrangements that fit into your lifestyle with a competitive hourly rate. Be a part of a positive change and make a difference within a market leading organisation based in South Australia. This is an exciting opportunity to join a well-established company experiencing rapid growth, with a strong culture of collaboration, integrity, respectful relationships, and innovation.