If you are looking for a working holiday or for more permanent migration, Chris O’Brien Lifehouse has many opportunities for experienced nurses across our many departments. With over 600 staff from all corners of the world, you will be able to work in multidisciplinary teams, with supportive leadership and the potential for career development opportunities.
Our purpose-built hospital ensures that the patient is at the centre of everything that we do. That means that patients receive all their treatment, from diagnosis through surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy and complementary therapy, all under one roof with the support of a multi-disciplinary clinical team.
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Nursing at Lifehouse
Who we’re looking for
We are seeking skilled and experienced registered nurses in specialist areas including:
- Intensive Care
- Radiation Oncology
- Day Therapy
- Competitive salary
- Retirement pension fund with transfer options to existing plans and funds
- Generous annual leave scheme
- Challenging clinical experience
- Exceptional professional development programs including partnerships with local universities with international accreditation
- Sponsorship available for a work visa for successful applicants.
- Supportive family-friendly environment
- Schwartz Rounds
- Staff wellness initiatives such as free yoga, boxing, on-site gym and personal trainer
- Multinational team
- Located five kilometres from the centre of Sydney
Chris O’Brien Lifehouse has a vibrant and lively social life for staff. Many of the units organise social events inside the hospital throughout the year as well as social excursions outside the hospital enjoy the many sights, festivals and activities Sydney has to offer.
We have many staff programs including health and wellness programs, salary packaging and financial advice.
Chris O’Brien Lifehouse has an extensive nurse education program with several nurse educators on staff with regular in-house training sessions available to all nursing staff. Nurses are also encouraged to attend conferences, participate in research and post graduate training through our affiliated universities.
Visa and Residency Requirements
All applicants must be legally allowed to work in Australia and will need to obtain either a a working holiday visa (417 visa) or a temporary skilled migration (457 visa) depending on their circumstances. Chris O’Brien Lifehouse can help registration as a Registered Nurse in Australia.
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Education is a priority at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse and to enable our nurses to attend conferences, conduct research and further their education, we set up the Keith Cox Clinical Fund. The Fund supports and nurtures nursing and clinical staff by providing financial support for their education. The fund was established through the philanthropic support of our staff and donor community. Thanks to all our supporters, this fund ultimately allows nurses to provide the best possible care to their patients.
Watch the video below to see how some of our specialist nurses, psych-oncologists and dietitians have benefited from the fund.