Registered Nurse – Paediatrics (Community NDIS)/ North Sydney NSW

NSW Government


Description

Job Title:
  Registered Nurse – Paediatrics (Community NDIS) Contract Type: Full Time/ Casual  
Location:
  North Sydney | NSW  
Industry:
Paediatrics  
Reference:
587935   Administer specialised clinical care to children, from infants to adolescents, and provide support for their families in the hospital setting.
  • Immediate Start
  • Attractive Agency Pay Rates – Paid Weekly
  • Full time hours and advanced block bookings available
 
What we offer
 
  • Enjoy the extra money with attractive agency pay rates
  • Have confidence you’re being offered the best available shifts by working with a long-standing and well-established nursing agency
  • Advanced Block Bookings available if you are looking for a steady and consistent workload
  • Have the opportunity to further your career by training and working in specialised fields
  • Extensive training and development opportunities to advance your nursing career
  • A strong support base with our friendly and experienced admin staff providing you with assistance
  • Great referral bonuses available
 
Employment type
 
  • Casual Base hourly pay rate of $55 – $70 depending on experience and area of specialty. Part-Time or Full-Time equivalent hours available.



The Role
  Provide direct clinical care to children, from infants to adolescents, while working with their families to deliver the best possible outcome for the child.  
Duties
 
  • Treat children of all ages from infants until adolescents
  • Assess the child’s needs and provide acute and ongoing care
  • Manage complex health needs
  • Administer medication and treatments to the child
  • Monitor, record and report symptoms or changes in the child’s condition
  • Identify changes in the child and intervene in emergencies
  • Participate in child’s pain management
  • Maintain appropriate privacy and confidentiality in the nurse/child relationship
  • Serve as a child advocate
  • Provide Education and information to families
  • Respect the child and family’s physical, social, cultural and family circumstances
  • Support families dealing with a child’s illness or injury
  • Evaluate child for signs and symptoms of abuse
  • Effectively communicate with children
  • Liaise and support the multi-disciplinary team
  • Ensure patient and staff safety
  • Maintain accurate patient records
  • Observe for reactions or side effects
  • Assess, plan, implement and evaluate nursing care for the patient
  • Discharge and Admit Patients
  • Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team, communicating with palliative care, paediatric services and allied health.
   
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