SA Pathology is currently recruiting Casual Nursing Staff to form a pool that can be drawn upon as the need arises during the COVID-19 pandemic to work in the COVID-19 Community Testing Response Service Team.
- Statewide Clinical Support Services – SA Pathology
- Multiple Casual opportunities – Metropolitan and Regional positions
- Salary ENC $28.96 – $32.60 per hour plus 25% casual leave loading
- Salary END $30.06 – $33.86 per hour plus 25% casual leave loading
- Salary RN-1 $33.86 – $46.21 per hour plus 25% casual leave loading
Enrolled Nursing/Enrolled Nurse Diploma (ENC /END) will contribute to the efficient operation of COVID-19 Community Testing Response Service by providing a high level of customer service and care to patients during the course of duties: Phlebotomy, specimen collection including Covid Swabs, specimen management and administration.
Registered Nurse (RN/RM) will provide nursing services in supporting the COVID-19 Community Testing Response Service in various health service settings. Employees working within this level develop from novice practitioners to a proficient level of professional practice. They consolidate knowledge and skills and develop in capability through continuous professional development and experience. An employee at this level accepts accountability for his or her own standards of nursing/midwifery care and for activities delegated to others.
See job packs for qualifications.
Please note: if you are/or have studied in the Health Sector (Nursing/Paramedic) please apply to the COVID-19 Community Testing Response Service Team – Casual Operational Services Officers – SA Pathology (see job ref: 762051).
The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.
Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check – please attach your National Police Check-Vulnerable and Department of Human Services-Working with Children check with your application.
All applications must be submitted online through IWORKFORSA.
If you do not have the relevant Criminal Check Clearances you can obtain using the following links: Please note the DHS-WWCC can take up to 4 weeks to process.
Department of Human Services – (Working with Children Check): https://www.dcsiscreening.sa.gov.au/SCRequestApplicationIndividual
National Police Check – (Vulnerable People) – Please click on unsupervised access when completing your request: https://www.nationalcrimecheck.com.au/consumer/start_form
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Job ref: 761850
For further information and to apply visit www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/careers and search for Job Ref: 761850