Harrow Bush Nursing Centre is a wonderful team of dedicated clinical and non clinical staff who strive to improve the quality and safety of their healthcare services whilst creating a healthy and connected community.
Our rural health service is a not for profit organisation providing positive, physical and mental health and well-being outcomes for our community in Harrow and surrounds. We integrate a Neighbourhood House and Men’s Shed into this purpose and service delivery. Our Centre offers a flexible fortnightly roster to fit in with your life and family commitments as we understand the need for a work/life balance. Come, join our passionate and enthusiastic team, and enjoy a wonderful lifestyle with nearby childcare and schools at Edenhope and Balmoral and many recreational opportunities. HBNC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Employee Benefits Available
- Salary packaging for part time and full time staff
- Staff development through both in-house education and training sessions/resources and external professional development opportunities
- Staff services including free car parking and staff pharmacy and allied health visit discounts
- Employee Assistance Program
- Flexible working hours opportunities available
- Paid Parental Leave for part time and full time staff within the terms of the EBA or Award
If you are interested in finding out more about working with Harrow Bush Nursing Centre and there are no currently advertised positions vacant please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss your interest, skills and experience – you never know what doors may be opening! Contact Centre Manager, Ann Vaughan on 5588 2000 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
** WE ARE CURRENTLY SEEKING CASUAL REGISTERED NURSES TO HELP FILL SOME GAPS IN OUR STAFFING WEEK. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN JOINING OUR TEAM ON A CASUAL BASIS FOR ANY AVAILABLE HOURS PLEASE CONTACT US ON THE DETAILS ABOVE. WE WOULD LOVE TO TALK TO YOU! **
HBNC is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a commitment to cultural safety, inclusion and empowerment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, their families and communities. HBNC promotes the safety and wellbeing of all children including those from culturally and linguistically diverse and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds and those with a disability.