Enrolled Nurse- Aged

Job Description

What we offer
• Freedom to choose your work schedule
• Easy-to-use app to book shifts & update availability
• Great rates, weekly pay & 24/7 support
• Free uniform & professional indemnity insurance
• Referral & milestone bonus schemes & interstate transfers
• Regional & remote work assignments including travel & accommodation
• Free e-learning platform to update mandatory skills.

About the Role
As an EN in the YNA team, you’ll get the opportunity to work in a range of aged care facilities across metro Brisbane
and the Gold Coast. We’ll place you in residential or community settings according to your skillset and we always
consider your preferences. If you’re after a change or interested in a regional assignment, just give us a call. As a
preferred supplier to a variety of established aged care facilities, YNA can offer all shift types, AM, PM and ND and
up to full-time hours.

About YNA
YNA is 100% Australian owned and managed, supporting team members and clients nationally. We place qualified
ENs, RNs and PCWs in residential facilities and in the community. We pride ourselves on the support we give to all
our team members in every role. Know that you will be backed by an expert team of qualified health professionals
at every stage.

What you will bring to the role
• Current AHPRA registration
• Minimum 12 months acute post-graduate experience
• Strong verbal & written communication skills
• Current Manual Handling & CPR certificates
• Current National Police Clearance & WWCC
YNA can help you gain all the necessary competencies and clearances at no cost. Our e-Learning platform and fast
tracked criminal screening make it easy for you to start shifts quickly. Our dedicated recruitment team will guide
you through the application process and ensure your experience is smooth and straightforward.
Apply online or email us at recruitment.qld@yna.com.au OR call 7129 5030.
YNA is committed to an inclusive workforce and encourages applications from people of culturally diverse
backgrounds, including those who identify as part of the Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander