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Flexible, Fulfilling Work: Your Future at Estia Health- Graduate Nurse

Insights into the important role of a Graduate Nurse in Aged Care.


After successfully completing her graduate program with Estia Health, Josie made the choice to continue her journey and has been a valued member of the team ever since.

She loves the inclusive culture and supports for new graduates like her, offering opportunities for professional growth in the nursing field.

“The leadership is really nurturing and kind. Learning is done in a kind and supportive manner”.

In a safe environment where individuals are encouraged to learn from their experiences, Josie can be passionate about her current role while also aspiring to advance her career into leadership positions.

With the Emerging Leadership Program and, with the guidance of her dedicated Residential Aged Care Manager, she is already about to make progress towards her goals.

Also, with a diverse resident population, Josie has the opportunity to expand on her skill set and deepens her commitment to providing quality care..

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Flexible Work At Estia Health

Not only does Estia Health provide the opportunity for you to make a difference with meaningful work, expand your knowledge and work in a great culture that is strongly connected to its values, there is also an environment where you can:

  • Choose your contracted hours
  • Choice of a shift pattern that meets your needs over 24/7
  • Study leave for approved courses
  • Opportunity to move to different locations
  • Work across multiple departments

You can make work in these crucial roles work around you and your family needs.

Nursing Streams at Estia Health

Enrolled Nurse 

Enrolled Nurses at Estia Health provide and coordinate resident care and supervise team members to ensure an effective, efficient functioning team under the direct or indirect supervision of a Registered Nurse. High clinical standards are required along with a solution and resident outcome focus, delivered to support residents with compassion and understanding.

As important members of the health care team and your primary role is providing resident care. You'll have good communication skills, have knowledge of contemporary nursing practice, law and ethics, anatomy and physiology, acute and chronic health disorders, clinical nursing skills and medication management.

You must be enrolled with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (AHPRA) on completion of your studies. To enrol with AHPRA you must possess the ability to meet the physical demands of nursing work, in particular the requirements of manual handling, and meet AHPRA’s English language skills registration standard.

Registered Nurse

Qualifications required include Bachelor of Nursing or Equivalent, current AHPRA registration, over 12 months of clinical experience, leadership experience in clinical care, proficiency in holistic assessments and care planning, strong interpersonal and communication skills, knowledge of workplace health & safety, and a commitment to quality care.

You'll possess the ability to work well under pressure, an interest in leadership and supporting others, flexibility, adaptability, professional curiosity, and self-reflection. Your dedication and expertise will enhance the lives of the residents you work with.

Furthermore, as a Registered Nurse at Estia Health, you'll be responsible for monitoring and supporting staff in delivering the highest-quality care, while upholding the Estia ethos, philosophy and policies, and promptly addressing any resident or representative concerns. Learn more about the important role of a registered nurse at Estia Health here. (link to registered nurse blog) 

Ready For Your Best Career Move?

If this sounds like you, and you are looking for a career change with a supportive and purpose driven organisation, Estia Health would love to hear from you now!

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