Mental Health Positions in Coastal Suburb of Malabar
Why work with Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network?
We have an exciting opportunity available for an international or domestic Mental Health Nurse with +3 years’ experience in Acute Mental Health. The role includes working with the Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network in the Coastal Suburb of Malabar in Eastern Sydney.
Benefits of this role:
- Malabar is a fantastic location in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs – only a 5-minute drive to the beach
- Free and un-metered parking is available
- Within 30 minutes to Bondi and the CBD
- Sponsorship available for international nurses
- $2,000 relocation packages* available for international and domestic nurses
- Access to Fitness Passport – discounts for employees and their immediate family to health and fitness facilities across the State
- Supportive culture – the facility is heavily resourced with clinical supervision
- Very attractive salary packaging options through Smartsalary, covering meals and entertainment, living expenses such as rent, mortgage and credit card payments, pre-tax superannuation contributions and more
- Additional holidays & leave – minimum six weeks leave, plus monthly allocated days off
- Two-week comprehensive orientation and training
- Environmental Allowance of $7,000 p.a
- Flexibility – full-time and agency/casual positions are available. The roster is released four weeks in advance.
- Plus much more, including learning & development leave, research opportunities and transition programs for new RNs.
Please enquire below, email [email protected] or call 02 9024 3246 to find out more.
Malabar is very close to tourist hotspots such as La Perouse and Maroubra Beach with easy bus or car access, so you can enjoy the peace and quiet at Malabar and still be close to all the area has to offer.
Popular activities at Malabar Beach area include swimming, jogging, snorkeling, rock fishing, kayaking, and even scuba diving. In the summer, the sun comes at 5.45 am and doesn’t go down until 8 pm, making Malabar the perfect place to do these activities before or after your shift.
“Every day is different which means I am developing new skills. The work is always challenging and unique. Seeing patients who have suffered a lot of trauma and the opportunity to build a therapeutic relationship knowing that you’ve helped them get to that point; to me, that’s one of the great rewards of working here”
“I feel very safe working at the Forensic Hospital. We have an Emergency Response Team allocated at the beginning of each day. There is on-site training, online training, and you can discuss your learning pathways and go for that; there are lots of people happy to support your professional journey.”
“I joined the Network in 2009 as an RN. Since that time I have had a fantastic education, opportunities, and a lot of growth professionally. I went on to work as a Clinical NUM1, a Nursing Unit Manager, and my current position is Deputy Director of Nursing.”