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Heart Health Nurse Jobs

THE ROLE:

You’ll be conducting Heart Health Screening Checks – on-the-spot measurements of a person’s blood pressure, total cholesterol and blood sugar levels, using the latest technology and equipment, to help fight heart disease.

  • You MUST be confident and comfortable performing manual blood pressure checks.
  • You’ll be fully trained before starting on the job.
  • You’ll be conducting these checks in a mobile heart health testing unit working with another nurse in the testing unit.

ABOUT YOU: You’re an AIN, EN or RN1

You are an AIN / Nursing Student – 

AIN1 – you are a 1st year Bachelor of Nursing student or 1st year Enrolled Nursing student. You have passed at least one clinical placement, and you are competent and confident in taking blood pressure manually. 

AIN2 – you are a 2nd year Bachelor of Nursing student or 2nd year Enrolled Nursing student. You are in your second year of study and have passed at least two clinical placements, and you are competent and confident in taking blood pressure manually. 

AIN3 – you are a 3rd year Bachelor of Nursing student. You are in your third year of study and have passed at several clinical placement, and you are competent and confident in taking blood pressure manually.

You are an Enrolled Nurse (EN):

You are an Enrolled Nurse of any year level. You are confident and competent in taking blood pressure manually using a stethoscope.

 

NURSING NEW GRADS | REGISTERED NURSE 1 (RN1):

You are a Registered Nurse Year 1 – you are in your first year since graduation ie: you have not yet completed 1786 hours of clinical nursing since graduating. You are confident and competent in taking blood pressure manually using a stethoscope.

ALL APPLICANTS:

  • You have a good knowledge of cardiovascular disease and cardiac risk factors, including cholesterol, diabetes, hypertension

  • You’re reliable, organised, a great communicator; friendly, personable and professional, and comfortable stepping into different settings.

  • You have your own reliable transport to get you to various sites.

  • You’ll have current First Aid. Manual Handling is a bonus.

  • You must have full, unrestricted Australian work rights

  • You can provide evidence of your work experience and you have a full and comprehensive resume that clearly details the months and years of your employment. Any career gaps must be accounted for in your resume.

  • If you are a student nurse, you can provide evidence of the most recent clinical placement that you have passed.

RATES

The casual hourly pay rate ranges listed below show from the lowest year level on a normal weekday shift through to highest year level on a Sunday shift

AINs ranges from $30.21 – $60.99 plus Super – dependent on year level

ENs range from $33.11 – $73.30 plus Super – dependent on year level

RN1 rates range from $38.51 – $67.39 plus Super.

Sorry – no ENs or RN2s and above for these roles.

VACCINATION STATUS

You must be vaccinated for this role.

TYPE OF WORK

This is a casual role.

SHIFTS & HOURS

Typically 4-hour shifts.

LOCATION AND DATES

1 x AIN + 1 x EN or RN 


You must be available for ALL shifts in North West Melbourne below:

Friday 17 June – approx. 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm – Create Football Park – Brimbank City Council – NORTH WEST MELBOURNE

Saturday 18  June – approx. 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm –  Gladstone Park – Hume City Council – NORTH  MELBOURNE

Sunday 19 June – approx. 11:00 am – 4:00 pm – Sumner Park – Moreland City Council – NORTH  MELBOURNE

Thursday 23 June – approx, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm (paid for 4 hours) – 142A Furlong Rd, Cairnlea 3023 – WEST MELBOURNE

Friday 24 June – approx. 7:00 pm- 10:00 pm  (paid for 4 hours) – – Saltwater Reserve – Wyndham City Council – WEST  MELBOURNE

Saturday 25 June – approx. 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm  – City Vista Pavilion & Sports Field -Melton City Council – NORTH WEST  MELBOURNE

 

1 x AIN + 1 x EN or RN 

You must be available for ALL shifts in East Melbourne below:

Sunday  26 June – approx. 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm – Selandra Reserve – Casey City Council – EAST  MELBOURNE

Friday 1 July – approx. 4:00 pm – 10:00 am – Elwood Park (Esplanade Oval) – Port Phillip City Council – EAST  MELBOURNE

Saturday 2 July – approx. 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm – Ballam Park – Frankston City Council – EAST  MELBOURNE

Sunday 3 July – approx. 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm – Jack Edwards Reserve – Monash City Council – EAST MELBOURNE

TRAINING

You will need to complete 4 hours of online training by 16 June 2022.

Training is fully paid.

    ABOUT YOU

     

    READY AND COMMITTED?

    You know us – we tell it like it is. We are seeking candidates who are 100% committed to progressing, so you’re either in or you’re out.

    We expect to be oversubscribed for this gig. If you have a shadow of doubt about doing this work, please don’t apply. And no speculative applications please – we just don’t have the capacity to deal with queries if you’re not 100% sure if this is for you.

    Applications will be processed and positions offered on a first-in-first-served basis so please do not delay your application. We hate it as much as you do when you miss out on work.

    Apply below and we’ll be in touch.

    💥 QUESTIONS💥

    The only place to ask any questions about this gig in our Facebook Group – facebook.com/groups/TheAustralianNurse

    (Please don’t call, email, IM, DM, PM, SMS or live chat us about this gig. We’re busy processing applications and interviewing nurses for the roles).

    We will update this page, and we will update the post in our FB group and turn off commenting when the roles are filled, so there is no need to ask if there are still roles available. 🙂

    NEXT STEPS 

    There are 2 things you need to do.

    1) Register your interest below by answering the questions via the link below that says ‘APPLY HERE NOW

    2) You must have a uPaged profile for this role. Register at www.app.upaged.com/practitioner/registration

    Your profile does not need to be 100% complete, however, you must:

    – complete the work experience section and upload your resume
    – add your AHPRA registration details if you are AHPRA-registered. If not, upload evidence of your most recent clinical placement.
    – complete the section with your personal details so you can get paid.

    WHAT HAPPENS AFTER THIS:

    Once you have done that, we will contact you by email to book in for a one-on-one interview with uPaged. You will need 15 minutes for this interview.

    We expect to be oversubscribed for these gigs so we ask for your patience and consideration while we process applications.

    Nurses rock.

     

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