Job Description

What we offer

  • Travel and accommodation provided
  • Free uniform and professional indemnity insurance
  • Great rates, weekly pay and 24/7 support

About the Role

YNA are requiring Registered Nurses certified with Advanced Life Support (ALS) and experience in regional and remote areas to work within a Multipurpose Sites (MPS) in the Limestone Coast/ South East region of South Australia. You will be experienced in accident and emergency, acute medical, wards and aged care. You will be required to work, early, afternoon and night shift on a rotating roster. The placement is to start ASAP for 4-6 weeks with the possibility of extension for the right candidate.

About YNA

YNA is 100% Australian Owned and managed supporting team members and clients nationally. We place qualified RN’s, EN’s and AIN’s in hospitals, residential aged care and in the community. We pride ourselves on 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

  • AHPRA Registration
  • Working With Children Clearance- South Australia (WWCC SA)
  • Current National Police Check (12months)
  • National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
  • Rural & Remote exposure
  • Accident and Emergency exposure
  • Advanced Life Support Accreditation
  • Acute Nursing Care
  • Triage Experience
  • Venepuncture
  • IV catheterisation
  • Administration of Medication
  • Experience in LeeCare, OACIS etc.

YNA can help 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 professional recruitment team will guide you through the application process and ensure your experience is smooth and straightforward.

Apply online at or email us at or call 0871295080.

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 Community.