Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative – Elders Care Facility
Part time, 45 hours per fortnight
Rumbalara Elders Care Facility are seeking a part time Enrolled Nurse for our 30 bed Aged Care Facility. Working alongside our Registered Nurses and Personal Care Attendants, you’ll provide person-centred, holistic nursing care to our residents. Applying your clinical skills and knowledge to ensure a safe environment for our residents that truly enhances their quality of life – encompassing their physical, social and emotional needs.
What you need to be successful in this role
You’ll be an experienced enrolled nurse, confident in managing your time effectively and working autonomously.
· Diploma of Nursing
· AHPRA registration
· Excellent communication and clinical problem-solving skills
· Demonstrated experience in residential based care services
· Ability to work with in a roster
· Current First Aid and CPR Certificates or willingness to obtain
The successful applicant will be subject to comprehensive reference checks and will need to provide: A National Police Check, Working with Children Check and evidence of COVID-19 Vaccination status.
What we offer you:
- Salary packaging of $15,900 available for Part or Full time employees
- 10.5% Superannuation with choice of fund
- Above Award Wages
- CPI increases
- Professional development opportunities and support with CPD
- Access to free and confidential Employment Assistance Program
- Christmas Bonus leave
- Potential for relocation allowance
To apply, you must submit a Resume and a cover letter outlining your qualifications and experience to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit https://rumbalara.org.au/careers/ for a copy of the position description.
Applications close Friday 5th August 2022
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander community are strongly encouraged to apply.
Rumbalara Aboriginal Co- Operative is an Equal Opportunity Employer who provides an inclusive work environment and embraces the diverse talent of its people.
About Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative
Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-Operative (RAC) is recognised as a leader among Aboriginal community-controlled organisations, maintaining a high profile in the public and private sectors across research, consultancy, policy development, and partnerships. RAC operates in a culturally appropriate, sensitive, community-controlled environment that maintains a holistic approach to service provision and emphasises the importance of family and community.
RAC has been a resource for, service provider and enabler of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities of the Greater Shepparton region since 1980. RAC is a cooperative working to provide a range of supports and services including:
• Health and Wellbeing
• Positive Ageing and Disability Services
• Community Services
• Asset and Infrastructure Services
• Corporate Services
RAC has an annual budget of $19 million and a workforce of approximately 230 people. RAC is a significant
employer and economic contributor to the region and plays a high-profile leadership role as one of the larger
Aboriginal organisations in Australia. RAC is committed to ensuring the Aboriginal people in the Goulburn Valley have certainty of access to community-controlled services.