Australian Nursing Agency recruits nurses from the UK and Ireland who either want to travel to Australia on a working holiday or to permanently relocate to live and work there.
Living in Australia can offer great opportunities for experienced and suitably qualified nurses. Australian nursing offers a large range of roles, from paediatrics, general and specialist adult to forensic mental health. With the country’s climate, growing population and geography, it would be a whole other ball game!
Nursing in Australia is seen to be one of the most popular choices for UK nurses and it’s easy to see why. When you consider the benefits of living in Australia, there is not much to complain about. A fabulous climate, better pay rates for nurses, a healthier outdoor lifestyle and a laid back attitude; it’s easy to see why Australia is a clear winner.
For all healthcare professionals moving to Australia and wishing to work there it is a necessary pre-requirement to be registered with AHPRA, the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.
We offer a service to nurses providing guidance and assistance with their AHPRA application for registration. Our aim is to help ensure your application is accepted first time, every time and is processed within a short time frame.
We have an office based in London, UK. If you are looking for more information about moving to and working as a nurse in Australia, give us a call on 0203 816 1331. We also welcome any walk-in clients who want to meet with us and ask for any assistance.
Facts about Nursing in Australia
• There are around 330,000 nurses working in Australia.
• Approximately 10% are male.
• Two thirds of nurses are employed in the public sector.
• The average working week is 38 hours.
• Shifts are similar to the UK and are mainly 8 hours.
• Holidays are between 4 and 5 weeks per year.
• Patient-nurse ratios vary but are between 4:1 and 6:1.[/fusion_text][/one_full][/fullwidth]