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. RDNS’ Institute provides staff with an extensive education program comprising single study days and longer courses available.
Nursing not exactly your thing? RDNS also offers exciting opportunities in a range of other areas including:
- customer service finance
- human resources
- information technology
RDNS employees receive staff benefits including a supported orientation program, ongoing professional devleopment and mentoring, salary packaging options, equivalent public sector award and pay conditions and an accrued day off (ADO) each month.
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?
Interested in a position with RDNS? Apply here