Australian Immigration – Nurse Manager
While this occupation is in demand in Australia, it may not always appear on the Skilled Occupations List. When categorising occupations, the Department of Immigration and Border Protection use the Australia and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) publication as the guide to job title, specialisation and skill requirement. This publication is not always reflective of the job titles and specialities in the market place. If you are unable to find your occupation on the Skilled Occupations List or the state/territory occupation lists then we recommend you look at the ANZSCO to see whether your occupation is listed under another name.
Keep up to date with frequent changes to Immigration Laws. If you are unsure whether your occupation falls into one of the occupations on the Skilled Occupations List or you have any visa question, we recommend you contact a Registered Migration Agent for assistance.
How can I get the visa ?
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Finding a Job
Here is a recent “Nurse Manager” Job in Australia that would give you an idea what kind of skills and qualifications are required:
ACM Healthcare, ACT requires Nurse Manager
The position is responsible for providing services within the annual budget allocation, ensuring the efficient management of the day to day operations, nursing services, and meeting the screening and assessment targets at the site.
Ensure consistency in the implementation of Nursing policy and procedures across the service.
Manage the daily operations of the site.
Manage the rostering and allocation of service nursing staff and entering their details within the electronic roster system.
Ensure resurces are rostered across all sites to support planned and unplanned leave.
Communicate regularly with the leadership team.
Conduct health promotion activities to within the Aboriginal and cultural linguistic diversity community.
Manage admin and radiography resources for the site in conjunction with the radiology and administration discipline leaders.
Efficiently manage resources within budget allocation.
Monitor the use of stock and supplies.
Organise and monitor unit cleaning services.
Direct, coordinate and supervise nursing activities to ensure a service wide approach.
Monitor mandatory training.
Organise regular clinical supervision of service nursing staff and other allied health staff.
Identify, develop and/or implement new nursing practice according to patient need, in consultation with the leadership team.
Participate in accreditation site visits.
What you will need:
Current registration as a Registered Nurse with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in nursing.
Relevant qualifications and/or experience in management.
Excellent computer, written and verbal communication skills.
Demonstrated excellent organisational and time management skills with the ability to prioritise workload and work unsupervised.
Demonstrated knowledge of Aboriginal and cultural and linguistic diversity people in the community.
Ability to travel for work purposes. this may involve driving long distances. Must have a C Class license.
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