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Registered Nurse - Oncology


Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical
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  • Bring your warmth, care & expertise to support and assist patients
  • Join a 44-bed Medical Oncology and Heamatology Unit
  • Located in Richmond – close to public transport links, the CBD and childcare centres

The Role
Choosing either full-time or part-time hours (let us know in your cover letter), based in Richmond, you will work in a 44-bed acute medical oncology and haemotology unit. You will support Oncologists who specialise in breast, pancreatic, gastrointestinal, neurological and gynaecological cancers and Haematologists who specialise in lymphoma, leukemia and myelomas. You will join a friendly and very supportive team that has access to up-to-date oncology treatments including radiotherapy treatment and uses a strong, supportive education team to drive best-practice.

You will make an impact by:

  • Providing care for cancer patients that have acute or chronic illness due to cancer or exacerbating conditions
  • Managing and advising on immediate and long-term chemotherapy side-effects
  • Monitor a patient condition, administer antineoplastic medication and manage symptoms through sharing strategies with families and/or your patients
  • Offer education and support to your patient’s families
  • Administering chemotherapy

To be successful in this role...
You are a motivated, innovative and patient-care orientated Registered Nurse who seeks to join a friendly and supportive team. You have empathy, compassion and a positive attitude when offering support and dignity to patients, their families and carers.

You will have:

  • Current AHPRA Registered Nurse registration
  • Chemotherapy competency or a willingness to complete chemotherapy training
  • 2 years’ experience in acute care setting or successful completion of a hospital graduate program
  • Competency in Venepuncture, Intravenous Cannulation and Central Venous Access Device
  • The enthusiasm to work in the Oncology setting, which includes supporting patients and families through diagnosis, cancer treatment and palliative care

At Epworth, everybody matters.
It’s the sense of belonging and being part of an organisation that puts the patient in the centre of all that is done. In addition to this, you will have access to:

  • Annual salary range for full time –$65,417 to $87,620 + super + entitlements depending on year level (prorated for part-time)
  • Salary packaging benefits of up to $9,010
  • The largest educational scholarship program of its kind in Australia
  • Zero or reduced out-of-pocket expenses for health services at Epworth HealthCare
  • Purchased additional leave

At Epworth, we care.
We care about our patients and about our people. We care about innovating; staying ahead of the field. We care about your career development and progression, and nurturing your potential. And we care about giving the support and flexibility you need to thrive in our growing, fast-paced and ever-changing organisation.

About Richmond
Epworth Richmond is a rapidly growing, fast-paced and dynamic teaching hospital where you will work alongside top-flight practitioners in all areas. You will challenge your skills, broaden your experience and grow your expertise through exposure to a wide range of clinical specialties, treatment options and the latest in technology. Epworth will support you to provide the best possible care to our patients by continually investing in your education, better facilities and technologies.

Enquire/ Apply for this Position
Sound interesting? To apply, click the APPLY button now and attach your CV and cover letter.

For more information, refer to the attached position description or contact Brooke Morvinson on 03 9516 2995

If successful, you’ll be required to satisfactorily clear a National Police Check (conducted by Epworth) and hold a valid employee Working with Children Check (provided by you).

At Epworth, we believe inclusion and diversity are essential to our culture and values. We focus on fairness and opportunity for all – across race, ability, ethnicity, gender, age, sexuality, cultures and beliefs – that reflect the communities we work in. At Epworth, we

Richmond, NSW

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical


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