Are you curious to learn more about nursing jobs in Australia?
Nurses are in demand in Australia and statistics show no signs of slowing! In fact, it’s estimated that Australia will need more than 100,000 nurses by 2025.
This is why Australian Nursing Agency (ANA) is looking for overseas nurses to fill the demand. We have a wide range of nursing opportunities in various specialty areas that can be offered for overseas nurses who want to work in Australia.
Below are a few of the nursing specialities that you can fill! Are you a degree-qualified nurse seeking a unique work opportunity in Australia? Join ANA today.
Mental health is an important issue across Australia, and taken seriously across all states. Victoria has just recently invested heavily in its Mental Health services through both public and private based sectors in the Melbourne.
Mental health nurses take care of patients suffering from a wide range of psychiatric disorders.
Nurses who specialise in this area of nursing will find a huge range of opportunities and clinical settings to work in mental health.
Due to our aging population, and sadly, a rising rate of dementia, the demand for aged care nurses in Australia is rising.
Aged care nurses are needed in a wide variety of environments including elderly care in hospitals, rehabilitation homes, nursing homes and private homes. There is demand in rural areas, too.
For the past few years, ANA has seen a rising need for midwives.
Midwifery is a branch of nursing dedicated to offering services and support to women during pregnancy, childbirth and even continuation of care after birth.
These nurses also offer guidance around fertility, menopause, and birth control.
Australia also needs neonatal and paediatric nurses that specialise in the care of infants and adolescents up to the age of 16. A neonatal and paediatric nurse plays an important role in assessing the needs of a child, and assessing their social, cultural, and family circumstances.
Paediatric nurses can work in:
Forensic nursing is one of the fastest growing specialities in Australia with expanded services being provided to individuals who have a mental illness and have committed a crime.
The role of a forensic nurse is to provide patient care to these patients in a safe, secure, prison-type environment.
Forensic nurses may also work in:
ANA is searching for nurses like you to come and work in Australia!
Whether it’s our bustling major cities, unique wildlife, diverse culture, or if you’re just itching for something different, there’s a huge appeal of international nurses embarking on a working holiday to Australia.
With the best pay rates on offer, you can choose when and where you work, and spend the rest of the time discovering local bars and restaurants, meeting new people, and enjoying a true working holiday in Australia.