Enrolled Nurse Graduate Program - 2024

Job No: WDHS1362
Location: Hamilton

If you enjoy the rewards of working in a strong, dedicated team providing health support and services to the expanding communities of the Western District, then consider a career at WDHS.  We have the following position currently available:


Enrolled Nurse Graduate Program 2024


Western District Health Service has exciting opportunities for newly graduated enrolled nurses to participate in the 2024 Graduate Nurse Program for Enrolled Nurses.

The overall aim of the Enrolled Nurse Graduate Program is to provide facilitated support in the clinical environment for transferring existing knowledge into quality outcomes and developing further knowledge and skills to progress with independent learning and practice.

 The 12 month program will provide an excellent foundation for future career advancement by providing participants with the opportunity to develop clinical and leadership skills in a variety of rotations throughout the organisation, whilst being supported by trained preceptors, practice development nurses and the graduate nurse program coordinator.

Applications are to include; cover letter, current resume, including three clinical referees and three recent clinical placement reports.  Please also include a copy of your academic record.

For more details please see the Position Description


Program commencement will be:  Monday 29th January 2024


Information or queries directed to:

Jessica Barry

Graduate Nurse Program Coordinator

(03) 55518432



Western District Health Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer that has a commitment to cultural safety, inclusion and empowerment of Indigenous, Torres Strait Islander, their families and communities and encourages them to apply. This organisation promotes the safety and wellbeing of children from culturally, linguistically diverse and aboriginal backgrounds and those with a disability.

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