A career at NPT will broaden your horizons to an extensive array of possibilities within the Health Services sector.
To be successful in a role with us, you will need to have:
- Highly developed communication skills
- Ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team
- Effective analysis and problem-solving skills
- A high level of interpersonal awareness
- Ability to follow instructions and guidelines
- Clear decision making, good judgement skills, and the ability to act quickly
- A good level of health and fitness
- Be of good character
- Ability to regulate emotions in stressful situations
- Flexibility with working hours
Ambulance Attendants – Melbourne Metro and Regional Areas
We are seeking full time, part time and casual qualified Ambulance Transport Attendants for Metropolitan Melbourne and part time and casual employees for Shepparton, Mildura, Warrnambool and Hamilton.
- Primary care, monitoring and treatment of patients during transport;
- Provision of clinical handovers for all inter-hospital and diagnostic related transfers;
- Performing, as part of a team, to deliver high quality care and treatment in a timely, safe and efficient manner;
- Complying with patient care related clinical and operational policies and procedures as specified in the patient transport regulations and Clinical Practice Protocols;
- Safe driving of patient transport vehicles in accordance with respective road laws across Victoria.
Critical Care Registered Nurses
We seek expressions of interest from Critical Care Registered Nurses with recent experience in ICU and ED to join our team.
- Care of high acuity patients for inter-hospital transfers
- Care of low and medium acuity patients as required
- Working as part of a team to deliver high quality care and treatment in a safe, timely and efficient manner
- Compliance with patient care documentation requirements
- Adhering to all relevant NEPT regulations and clinical practice protocols
- Compliance with organisational policies and procedures
- Maintaining critical care currency by continuing to work in a hospital in a Critical Care area on a regular basis