Registered Nurse – Theatre

Job Description

What we offer
• Freedom to choose the shifts you work
• Easy-to-use app to book shifts & update your availability anytime
• Above award rates, weekly pay & 24/7 support
• Free uniform & professional indemnity insurance
• Joining & referral bonus schemes & interstate transfers
• Free e-learning platform to update mandatory skills.

About the Role
As an RN specialising in Theatre in the YNA team, you’ll get the opportunity to work in public and private hospitals across metro Melbourne and regional Victoria. Your preferences are always considered when matching you with
the best shifts for your skillset and lifestyle. We help you to do what you do best and gain the experiences that you want in a variety of settings, including Scrub/Scout/PACU and Anaesthetics. As a contracted agency to Epworth
Healthcare, all Public Hospitals and SJOG, 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, providing the highest level of support to our team members and clients nationally. We place qualified RNs, ENs and AINs in public and private hospitals nationally. 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
• AHPRA registration
• Minimum 12 months experience in any area of theatre including Scrub / Scout / PACU / Anaes
• A passion for delivering exceptional healthcare
• Current clinical competencies & police clearance.

YNA can help you gain all the necessary competencies and clearances required 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 or email us at OR call 13 10 99.
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