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Australian Defence Force - Army

Nurse

Australian Defence Force - Army

The Australian Army employs male and female Registered General Nurses as Specialist Service Reserve Nursing Officers in Army Hospitals and Medical Centres. These officers are an integral component of the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps.

 

You can expect to spend most of your professional time with patients who are young soldiers. General surgery, Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) and a large amount of orthopaedic surgery is undertaken at Military Hospitals. Intensive and coronary care patients are cared for in civilian hospitals and return to the military hospital when their condition is stable. No surgery is carried out within Medical Centres.

 

A career as an Army Reserve Nursing Officer offers variety and challenges in employment and travel not always available in the normal hospital environment. You will gain experience and skills that will equip you for advancement in the Army, and will also be in high demand in your profession.

Additional Information

An applicant for appointment to the RAANC Reserve must be registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency as a Registered Nurse (DIV 1), General. Registered nurses must have completed two years recent post graduate experience ideally in one of the following areas:

 

general medical nursing;
surgical nursing;
emergency nursing;
high dependency nursing;
perioperative nursing;
mental health nursing;
midwifery;
paediatric nursing; and
health education.


Candidates with experience in other areas are encouraged to apply but may be required to undertake a period of compulsory employment in one of the above clinical areas prior to achieving deployable status.

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06/01/2017

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Government / Defence / Army / Navy / Air Force
Government / Defence / Defence
Medical, Nursing & Healthcare / Nursing - General

NurseAustralian Defence Force - Army06/01/2017Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaGovernment / Defence / Army / Navy / Air Force
Government / Defence / Defence
Medical, Nursing & Healthcare / Nursing - General

An applicant for appointment to the RAANC Reserve must be registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency as a Registered Nurse (DIV 1), General. Registered nurses must have completed two years recent post graduate experience ideally in one of the following areas:

 

general medical nursing;
surgical nursing;
emergency nursing;
high dependency nursing;
perioperative nursing;
mental health nursing;
midwifery;
paediatric nursing; and
health education.


Candidates with experience in other areas are encouraged to apply but may be required to undertake a period of compulsory employment in one of the above clinical areas prior to achieving deployable status.

The Australian Army employs male and female Registered General Nurses as Specialist Service Reserve Nursing Officers in Army Hospitals and Medical Centres. These officers are an integral component of the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps.

 

You can expect to spend most of your professional time with patients who are young soldiers. General surgery, Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) and a large amount of orthopaedic surgery is undertaken at Military Hospitals. Intensive and coronary care patients are cared for in civilian hospitals and return to the military hospital when their condition is stable. No surgery is carried out within Medical Centres.

 

A career as an Army Reserve Nursing Officer offers variety and challenges in employment and travel not always available in the normal hospital environment. You will gain experience and skills that will equip you for advancement in the Army, and will also be in high demand in your profession.

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