Emergency Nurses

Johnathan thurston academy - Hervey Bay
new offer (24/11/2020)

job description

Johnathan Thurston Academy
Taking employment back to basics. We simply introduce jobseeker to jobs! It\ 's that simple.
The Johnathan Thurston Academy, with Lendlease as our major employment partner, has a unique collaborative employment zone. The goal and focus is to connect job seekers to all of our employment partners throughout the nation. We aim to ensure that all opportunities for potential connections are both exhausted and managed in the one zone. We have created a unique and sophisticated platform that streamlines all employment opportunities between job seekers and employers.
We represent employers across all industries, we encourage you to keep in touch by registering to our JTHotJobs https:
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Our client:
CQ Nurse
What can CQ Nurse offer?Unique Work Perks program ? loyalty bonuses, referral bonuses and education assistance
Free professional development and mandatory training
Employee Assistance Program ? 24 hour support
Competitive agency rates paid weekly
Internal travel consultant to take care of all your travel needs
Travel assistance, exclusive of what our facilities offer
Weekly placement bonuses whilst you are on contract
Unrivalled support from our team
CQ Nurse are requiring Registered Nurses with Emergency backgrounds for agency contracts in Queensland to start ASAP. Contracts are for 2 weeks in lengths, with the possibility of extensions being offered.Agency rates will be paid with accommodation and travel assistance offered.
Essential Criteria:
Recent Emergency experience including triage and resus
Minimum of two years of clinical nursing experience in Australia or New Zealand, post-graduation
Current AHPRA registration
If you are interested or would like to find out more, please call CQ Nurse on 07 4998 5550 or email your CV through to recruitmentteam@cqnurse.com.au

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