Registered Nurse - Medical/Surgical - WA

Registered Nurse - Medical/Surgical - WA
  • $80,000 - $100,000 per Annum
  • Contract
  • Wheatbelt, Western Australia, Australia Northam Western Australia AUS 6401
Sector: Nursing
Sub-sector: Medical/Surgical
Date Added: 04 November 2022

We are seeking nurses that have Medical and Surgical experience to work contracts across the Wheatbelt region in Western Australia. We currently have contracts available from 6 weeks to 13 weeks - ASAP STARTS.

What's on Offer:

  • Agency rates plus shift penalties
  • Travel & accommodation provided
  • Opportunities available from 6 weeks up to 13 weeks
  • Lucrative salary packaging options!
  • Free online CPD training


  • Current AHPRA registration
  • Minimum of 24 months experience working in the Medical/Surgical Departments

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume by hitting "APPLY NOW". For further information or a confidential discussion, please contact Yu-Ying Lee on 0419 631 966.

Know a fellow Nurse that might be interested? Get paid up to $750 as a referral bonus! (T's&C's apply).

Interested in a particular state or specialty? We cover most of Australia so get in touch and we'll do our best to assist!

About Medacs Healthcare

Medacs Healthcare is a leading staffing and services company providing permanent, temp, locum and contract recruitment expertise to public, private & commercial healthcare sector.

  • We have been in the Australian market for over 20 years and backed by a multi-national healthcare recruitment company
  • Specialist Healthcare Recruitment Consultants to support you
  • Support & Guidance to assist you on getting the career opportunity you want
  • Unique insight into the various clients we work with and advice on how to do your best during the interview process and settling into your new role.

Medacs Healthcare
02/12/2022 04:54:08
AUD 80000 100000 Annum
Contact Consultant:
Yu-Ying Lee

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