If you’re considering nursing in Australia then better hours and better pay may well be on the table for you.
When it comes to Agency nursing jobs in Australia you can easily fit work around your life, meaning you can work on and off whilst travelling – perfect for nurses on a Working Holiday Visa.
Well, as we previously mentioned, you’re likely to earn more per hour then you would elsewhere in the world. At Australian Nursing Agency we pay casual nurses with one year experience $35.63 per hour, whereas nurses on permanent contracts receive $28.50 per hour. Every year of experience you have you will be paid at a higher rate. So it’s clear to see where the profit lies.
Australian Nursing Agency understand that nursing is hard work and can be deeply challenging, so why should you work for peanuts?
If you’ve decided to have a stint of nursing in Australia then you’ll be pleased to know there are many, many job opportunities. Whether you choose to seek nursing jobs in Melbourne, or wish to go to more remote areas, you’ll find a brand new challenge to add to your CV. If you nurse in a remote or regional area of Australia you may even come across things you’ve never seen before, so keep an open mind when it comes to finding nursing jobs in Australia.
Australia offers some of the highest pay when it comes to nursing jobs, so you’re well equipped to be rewarded for your hard work and save up for your travels whilst nursing in Australia.
Depending on what kind of nurse you are the pay can vary. As a general nurse in a specialty area you will receive the same pay as a general nurse without a specialty, but this changes if you have a post-graduate qualification in a specialist discipline. For example, Emergency nurses only receive higher pay if you hold further qualifications in Emergency Nursing.
Midwives are paid differently, however midwives will always be put on a contract as three month’s full time supervision must be carried out upon starting a midwife job in Australia before full registration is given.
If you’ve got questions about nursing in Australia speak to one of the team today at firstname.lastname@example.org.[/fusion_text][/one_full][/fullwidth]