Interested in a position with RDNS? Apply here.
There are a lot of people in the community who need healthcare and someone to lean on. If you think you might like a career with the RDNS, we’ll be by your side.
A job with RDNS is full of clinical challenges, but also a sense of personal fulfillment that comes from being there for the community. You’ll find RDNS is a dynamic, progressive and supportive organisation and we’re excited that we can offer you a variety of rewarding career options.
Whether you are interested in full-time, part-time or casual employment, we’ll make sure you gain practical experience in community-based care. You’ll become skilled at managing one-on-one client relationships, learn the dynamics of advocating on behalf of the people you care for and develop multi-faceted skills that can adapt to the unique, but universally human, needs of the people you’re looking after.
If you become an RDNS nurse, some of the areas of in-home healthcare you’ll train in include (but aren’t limited to):
- Medication and diabetes management
- Wound management
- Aged care
- Palliative care
- Hospital in the Home (HITH)
- Stomal therapy
- Cystic Fibrosis
You will receive mentoring from expert staff and also have access to a range of in-house education and training packages provided by the Education & Learning Centre.
Nursing not exactly your thing? RDNS also offers exciting opportunities in a range of other areas including:
- customer service
- human resources
- information technology
RDNS employees receive staff benefits including a supported orientation program, ongoing professional development and mentoring, salary packaging options, equivalent public sector award and pay conditions.
To work for RDNS you must meet the following requirements:
- You must be eligible to work in Australia
- You must hold a current drivers licence valid in the state or country in which employment is based
- Ongoing employment with RDNS is subject to a successful National Police check
- For nursing positions, you must be registered as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia
Ever wanted to see what a day in the life of an RDNS nurse is like?