Nursing at Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick
Your Nursing career starts here. We're recruiting. Come and join us.
Like more information?
Email Marguerite Cusack, Nurse Manager Workforce at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick, or call her on (02) 9382 1893
Email Robyn Galway, Nurse Educator, Professional and Education Development Service, or call her on 93821895 or 02 93821111. Pager: 42553 via 02 93821111
Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick is a 10-minute walk from one of Sydney's most prestigious beaches.
Sydney Children's Hospital Randwick is recruiting registered nurses from both paediatric and non-paediatric backgrounds to join our dedicate workforce.
Join our team and reap the rewards that come from making a difference in the life of a child in a warm and caring environment.
We offer flexible, full-time and part-time permanent and temporary opportunities, continuous professional development, and the opportunity to rotate between medical and surgical units.
Paediatric Intensive Care Unit nursing recruitment
Are you looking for an exciting new career opportunity? Well, look no further. Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick is keen to recruit nurses for our Intensive Care Unit units.
- Read more about working at our Intensive Care Unit.
Nursing clinical placement
Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick is committed to the development of the paediatric nursing profession. Clinical placements are provided for undergraduate nursing students from universities in NSW and other Australian states that have a "Student Placement Agreement" with the Sydney Children's Hospital Network in place.
In accordance with Ministry of Health policy, first priority for access to clinical placements is granted to NSW students.
Sydney Children's Hospital offers a diverse range of placement opportunities for third-year undergraduate students, with favourable consideration given to students undertaking paediatric subjects and speciality electives.
University Clinical Placement Coordinators should direct requests for placements on the student's behalf in the first instance via: NSW Health ClinConnect