Login  |  Register
 
 
 

Nursing in Victoria

Date of Posting: 07-12-2010
 
Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria, is the second largest city in Australia with around 5 million residents. It is a thriving melting pot of nationalities, alive with culture, food and especially sport. There is always something to do or see, with many events like the Melbourne Comedy Festival, Film Festival, and Food and Wine Festival held throughout the year, and there is a strong restaurant and cafe culture offering great food and fabulous coffee. It boasts some of the best sporting events in the world, from tennis and golf to horse racing and it is the home of AFL, the football code that is unique to Australia and is followed by many passionate supporters.

Although Victoria is small in comparison to some of the other Australian states, it offers a wide range of activities, within a relatively short distance from Melbourne. There
are surf beaches, spectacular scenery, wineries and ski fields, all within a few hours’ drive from the city.

There are many opportunities for nurses in Victoria, with the large hospitals in Melbourne offering all the speciality areas. Positions are available in many smaller hospitals, aged care centres and in the community, and there are plenty of jobs in regional Victoria as well.
 
 
Share your thoughts
 
 
Like NCAH on Facebook
 
 
 

Featured Jobs

Director of Nursing

Queensland Health Toowoomba - (23-07-2014)

 

As the Director of Nursing - Education and Research you will provide strategic direction and leadership to the nurse and midwifery educators as well as design, develop, implement and evaluate the Educational Framework

 
  

 
Clinical Coordinator - Oncology Day Centre

Mater Hospital Sydney - (28-07-2014)

 

• Join a committed and dedicated team
• Be valued for your contribution and dedication to compassionate care
• Expand your knowledge and skills through involvement with clinical research

 
  

 
Executive Director Nursing and Midwifery

Queensland Health Toowoomba - (23-07-2014)

 

You will be a dynamic, strategic Executive who will lead the nursing services of the Hospital and Health Service (HHS) and will maximise the potential of the nursing profession to enhance health outcomes.