Come join our team and apply your skills, passion, and knowledge in making a positive difference in the lives of children and young people in North West Tasmania. 

We are seeking a Nurse Practitioner with experience in clinical leadership, complex case management, assessment, counselling and/or therapy, and within a youth mental health or relevant/related sector would be ideal.  You would be working within a well-supported, diverse multidisciplinary team to provide developmentally appropriate treatment with young people, and their families/significant others. 

The Nurse Practitioner will:

  • Provide specialist mental health assessment and clinical management to young people as part of the Y-HiTH program to promote positive mental health outcomes and hospital avoidance.
  • Work in accordance with shared care principles and within a multidisciplinary treatment team to assist young people to access services and enhance their engagement with internal and external agencies.
  • Take a lead role in the development and implementation of system changes and service improvements in the Youth Mental Health Service
  • Be responsible as a leader, advisor and mentor for other nurses and clinicians to ensure high level clinical excellence within the Youth Mental Health Service and across the broader CYMHS.


  • Office based in the Devonport area with outreach across the NW region.
  • The North West Coast is an area of Tasmania where you have easy access to a multitude of beautiful beaches, bushwalks and other recreational activities spread across the small cities and townships that make up this region.  It is truly a beautiful part of lutruwita!

Click here to apply: https://careers.pageuppeople.com/759/cw/en/job/1124266/nurse-practitioner-youth-mental-health-528921

Click here for the full position description: Youth Mental Health Tas

For more information: 

Sam Turnbull

Position: CAMHS Regional Director (N/NW)
Phone: 0438 556 901
Email: sam.turnbull@ths.tas.gov.au




The Healthy Communities Foundation Australia Ltd has been working as a charity since 2001 improving access to care for vulnerable Australians. Our goal is to support the aspiration of “health for all”. The HealthAccess Home Care service is a social enterprise of the Foundation and supports residents of Residential Aged Care Facilities (RACF) to access regular primary care and chronic disease management services through a team-care arrangement that ensures elderly people can age close to home and family.

As a Nurse Practitioner (NP) in the HealthAccess Home Care team you will support a group of RACF providing both on-site and Telehealth-based care. The service was co-designed with residents, carers, RACF staff and clinicians and is built around a team care model.  Every quarter a qualified GP that is the regular doctor for a RACF works with the resident, aged care staff and NP to co-design a health maintenance and chronic disease management plan. At HealthA ccess Home Care the GP/NP are allocated to specific group of residents located at a RACF to ensure elderly Australians have access to a regular care team and continuity of care.

As an NP, you will visit your patients on a regular basis as well as provide consultations using our dedicated Telehealth system. You will have a regular GP available to support you to manage the complex care needs of residents, and a team of practice professionals to provide backend administration. The model acknowledges that for older people, access to regular clinicians is important to their security and confidence in the care they receive. You will provides a regular, and rapid response, capability as part of a quality acute geriatric care program for residents of local RACFs through the early triage, assessment, preliminary diagnosis and primary care for the acutely unwell and deteriorating residents.

As NP, you will work as a team with your GP, to manage chronic disease, acute and terminal care for residents. Your role includes providing comprehensive clinical assessments, appropriate recommendation, and interpretation of diagnostics, safe and effective use of treatments and relevant referral skills applied to a broad range of challenging, complex, and changing situations within the Aged Care settings.

For more information and to apply click: HERE or email Bianca Wilson bwilson@thcfa.org.au


31 May 2024

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Job Title 

Nurse Practitioner

About Us

Northern Coalfield Community Care Association is a Hunter Valley based aged care provider, with a proud 34-year history fostered on the values of ‘Respect, Integrity, Compassion and Connection.  We support older members of the community to live with choice, dignity and wellbeing through trusted residential care, flexible home care and retirement living. 

Job Description 

As the Nurse Practitioner, you will function autonomously and collaboratively in an advanced clinical role and provide assessment and management of residents using nursing knowledge and skills which may include but is not limited to the direct referral of residents to other health professionals, prescribing medications and ordering diagnostic investigations.

You will provide innovative and flexible care delivery that compliments other health care providers, including:

  • Providing advanced clinical skills and assessment/intervention and consultation.
  • Developing a ‘shared care’ partnership with GPs, contributing to care plans and working collaboratively with GPs to co-manage residents.
  • Contribute to broader goals of hospital avoidance and improvement of the resident journey through person-centred care planning.
  • The delivery of pharmacological and non-pharmacological management strategies.
  • Clinical assessment management for the resident .
  • Provision of information with residents, carers and health practitioners relating to the diagnosis, treatment options and treatment methods.
  • The development of clinical guidelines associated with the speciality of aged care.
  • Provision of clinical supervision and mentoring.
  • Case conferencing with residents and person responsible

You will be welcomed into a supportive team where people experience a feeling of belonging and a great sense of job satisfaction.

Essential requirements  

  • Current registration and practicing certificate as a Nurse Practitioner with AHPRA
  • At least 5 years’ experience working in aged care (preferred).
  • Ability to autonomously assess, investigate and implement appropriate treatment for residents within an agreed scope of practice.

Please note: The successful candidate will need to undertake criminal record checks and provide evidence of influenza and covid vaccination.

About You

  • Resilient and able to deliver in a complex environment.
  • Professional demeanour.
  • Expert in advanced clinical care.


We offer a competitive remuneration package that includes NFP salary packaging, generous leave entitlements (including 5 weeks of annual leave and 12 ADOs per annum) and a highly supportive workplace culture with a genuine passion for continuous improvement and excellence.

How to apply

To apply for this position, please submit a resume and brief covering letter (no longer than two pages) which addresses:

  • The reason for your interest, and
  • How your skills and experience suit the role.

Applications can be sent to our HR Manager, Kate Williams at positionsvacant@nccca.com.au or by calling 02 4993 3100

For the position description please click here: NCCA Position Description


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  Position Title: Director of Nursing Thargomindah 

Location: Thargomindah, Western Qld 4492 (Australia) 

Remuneration:  $76.88 –$82.36 per hour. 


South West Hospital and Health Service has an exciting opportunity for an experienced nurse leader to become the Director of Nursing of Thargomindah Community Clinic on a rotational roster of three weeks on site and three weeks off site. Thargomindah is located 4 hours from Charleville and 2 hours from Cunnamulla. 

This role may be eligible for the Queensland Health – Workforce Attraction Incentive Scheme. See link -Queensland Health - Workforce Attraction Incentive Scheme

The very nature of what we do and who we are is the real opportunity. Providing health carein the bush is full of challenges, however, it remains the most rewarding of human experiences. 

Thargomindah is a designated Remote Area Nursing Incentive Package (RANIP) site in accordance with the Nurses and Midwives (Queensland Health) Award – State 2015. This attracts additional entitlements which may include: 

  • An annual isolation bonus paid annually! 
  • Return airfares to the nearest provincial city in conjunction with leave! 
  • Additional annual leave per annum! 
  • Additional professional development leave, travel and associated costs per annum! 
  • Appointment and transfer expenses! 

Please note: Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) implications may apply, it is recommended that individuals seek independent financial advice. 

Thargomindah is situated along the Adventure Way, and lies on the banks of the Bulloo River approximately 1,000 kilometres west of Brisbane. Thargomindah Community Clinic is a place where you can embrace the challenge and autonomy of working remotely. Take a step back from the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy the vast landscapes and laid back lifestyle of this small country town, where you will quickly become part of the community you care for.

What we can do for you 

Ultimately, we provide you a platform to leapfrog your career with more opportunities to experience a wider scope of practice with less competition due to location and population. 

Nowhere else will you experience the vast diversity of career advancement other than in rural and remote Queensland. 

Be a part of something bigger 

South West Hospital and Health Service are part of Queensland Health and partner with many influential and leading organisations to boost partnerships and deliver world-class health care and services. We service an area of more than 310,000 square kilometres, are bordered by three states and cover 21% of Queensland. We provide services to a population of 26,000 via 26 healthcare facilities, consisting of Hospitals, Multipurpose Health Services, Community Clinics, Aged Care Facilities and General Practice Services. 

Take a look at what Thargomindah & SWHHS has to offer! 

Enquiries: Leanne Patton – 07 4621 2355 

Job Ad Reference:   SW566384 

Application Details:   https://smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-SW566384

Closing Date: 10 June 2024 



Location: Wellness Hubs across NSW, VIC, QLD, and SA - Flexible Work Options Including Home and On-site Visits About Bupa Aged Care: At Bupa, we are dedicated to assisting people in leading longer, healthier, and happier lives. Our wellness hubs, steered by Nurse Practitioners, are central to providing comprehensive, person-centred care that enriches our residents' lives.

The Opportunity: We are on the lookout for seasoned Nurse Practitioners to bolster our wellness hub teams across NSW, VIC, QLD, and SA. This role is pivotal in conducting clinical assessments, orchestrating care interventions, and liaising with allied health professionals to ensure top-notch care for our residents. While the majority of work will be conducted via telehealth, we aim for Nurse Practitioners to be situated near their respective hubs, allowing for in-person visits as needed. Key Responsibilities: Perform thorough clinical reviews and assessments. Work collaboratively with residents, their families, and health professionals to customize care plans. Facilitate telehealth consultations while accurately maintaining electronic health records. Play a role in research and initiatives aimed at quality improvement. Offer guidance and education to healthcare professionals and care staff.

Who You Are: Holder of a Bachelor and Master of Nursing (Nurse Practitioner) degrees or equivalent. Currently registered as a Nurse Practitioner with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA). Preferably experienced in aged or primary care settings. Possess excellent communication skills and the ability to operate both autonomously and as part of a team. Well-versed in Aged Care Quality Standards and dedicated to evidence-based practice.

Why Join Bupa? Be part of a team that's redefining aged care. Benefit from professional development opportunities within a multidisciplinary environment. Enjoy flexible working conditions that promote work-life harmony. Embark on a fulfilling career with Bupa and contribute significantly to the wellbeing of our residents. We eagerly await your application to become a part of our wellness hub initiative. 

How to apply: Submit your resume and a cover letter detailing your suitability for this role by clicking on this link: Applying to Nurse Practitioner for Bupa Aged Care Wellness Hubs | BUPA ANZ (avature.net)

For more insights into our mission and values, visit: https://careers.bupa.com.au/

We are thrilled at the prospect of having you join us and look forward to embarking on this rewarding journey together.

Position Description:Bupa Position Description





Full-time and Part-time opportunities are available.

About us:

Moreton Group is a multidisciplinary healthcare provider that proudly offers leading services in training, non-emergency patient transport and workplace solutions this work supports our for purpose work providing no cost to the patient outreach primary healthcare.

Our dedicated and diverse medical services team provides no cost to the patient access to primary health care focusing on vulnerable Tasmanians, particularly those living in underserved communities and/or experiencing homelessness, through our Day and After Hours Outreach Medical Clinics.
We believe in expanding the health workforce and the value that Nurse Practitioners bring to primary healthcare.

About the role:

We seek Nurse Practitioners to work within Moreton Group’s Day and After-Hours Outreach Program, providing clinical care to patients. You will join other Nurse Practitioners and Medical Practitioners who are making a real difference in the lives of Tasmanians. This program is a State and Federal Government supported, walk-in service provided via Tasmania's only mobile clinic that travels to agreed-upon locations and works with identified partnering Community Service Organisations.

Key Responsibilities:

• Deliver clinical care to patients as per their own field of practice and AHPRA registration.
• Engage with patients and stakeholders in a non-judgmental, respectful, and culturally appropriate manner.
• Make referrals in line with patient needs and empower patients to engage with the service for follow-ups.
• Positively represent Moreton Group with Community Sector Organisation Partners and other stakeholders within the sector.
• Support positive patient behaviour management and de-escalation as required.

Qualifications and Experience Required:

• An open mind to being part of the primary healthcare solution needed in Tasmania.
• Demonstrated clinical qualification.
• Completion or working towards completion of Nurse Practitioner Candidacy and authority to practice.
• Willingness to support people experiencing homelessness.
• Excellent communication and documentation skills.
• Previous experience with Medical Director or Pracsoft or willingness to learn.
• Right to work in Australia.

Joining the team at Moreton Group means:

• Becoming part of a well-established and respected healthcare organisation.
• Being given the time to support patient needs.
• Competitive remuneration.
• Flexible working arrangements.
• Access to training and development opportunities.

Successful applicants must:

• Hold current AHPRA registration.
• Hold current professional indemnity insurance.
• Hold a current Tasmanian Working with Vulnerable People Registration.
• Present a National Police Certificate (no older than 12 months).
• Provide evidence of your COVID-19 vaccinations.
• Hold a current Australian Driver's Licence.

If you are interested in joining our team, please click: APPLY NOW


Central Queensland.PNG


Nurse Practitioner (Capella Primary Healthcare Service) 

Permanent Part Time 

48 hours per fortnight  

Only a 30 minute drive from Emerald, the hub of the Central Highlands, Capella is a small rural township ready for you to call home. Rural living boasts incredible benefits from reduced stress to close knit communities welcoming you with open arms.

As the Nurse Practitioner for the Capella Primary Health Clinic, you will be rewarded with increased autonomy in the provision of health care for your patients. See firsthand, the positive impact of your nursing as you care for you neighbours, near and far, and improve their quality of life.

Rural nursing is highly beneficial both personally, professionally and financially, receiving remote area incentive nursing packages. Calling Capella home will allow you to live life to the fullest. Apply today, we’d love to welcome you to our wonderful township! 

This position attracts a Queensland Health Attraction Incentive of up to $70,000 - find out if you qualify here: Workforce Attraction Incentive Guideline Scheme 

Salary information: 

Total remuneration value of up to $112,292 p.a. is comprised of: 

• An hourly rate between $75.27 - $78.59 p.h.   

• 12.75% employer superannuation contribution 

• 17.5% leave loading 

Contact: Jennifer Ralaca (07) 4987 9564 

Apply via: https://smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-CH4E566353

Applications close: Monday, 24 June 2024 





  • Specialist Practice located on the Gold Coast.
  • Women's Health / Colorectal Surgical Practice
  • Full Time/ Part Time Positions Monday to Friday

This is a rare opportunity for an organised and enthusiastic Nurse Practitioner (NP) with Gastrointestinal / Colorectal / Women's Health interest to join our professional and friendly Specialist Practice. 

We aim to provide exceptional patient care in conjunction with the patient’s regular General Practitioner and Allied Health Practitioners. Professionalism, strong communication skills and the ability to show empathy and respect are essential requirements for the successful candidate. 

Aspects of the position (training provided)

  • Patient screening and consultations using developed assessment tools and protocols
  • Assistance with procedural investigations
  • Maintain high clinical standards
  • Provide patient follow up and maintain patient rapport
  • Be involved in training and further development of the service.

Key Skills and Attributes 

  • Maintain professionalism and confidentiality
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Exceptional attention to detail with strong organizational skills
  • Strong work ethic with the ability to see tasks through
  • Strong computer skills, using clinical software and microsoft office
  • Positive attitude and ability to work as part of a team and autonomously

Essential Requirements 

  • Nurse Practitioner (NP) with AHPRA registration
  • Must have experience working in a hospital or clinical environment (gastro/surgical ward experience desirable)

Salary based on experience. Immediate start available. Only successful applicants will be contacted. Please include a cover letter.

Please email your resume and a cover letter to: aliciamajor@medusahealthcare.com.au

On Going Roles 


Teach for Ausmed

Ausmed Education is calling for expressions of interest from Nurse Practitioners to provide high-quality educational sessions in an online video format located in various states in Australia. You will be presenting to an online audience of nurses, midwives, paramedics, pharmacists, care workers, ancillary staff, and other allied healthcare professionals. Our content experts enjoy working with our company who are dedicated to producing professional, engaging and effective education.  

Download the flyer "Teach for Ausmed" for further details. We are keen to hear from you!

COVID-19 Roles 

Fed Dept Health

Training to help Nurses re-enter the health workforce - https://covid-19training.gov.au/ 

The Australian Government will provide funding for registered nurses to undertake online education to enable them to re-enter the clinical workforce and assist with the national response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Media event date: 

25 March 2020

Date published: 

25 March 2020

Media type: 

Media release


General public

The Australian Government will provide funding for registered nurses to undertake online education to enable them to re-enter the clinical workforce and assist with the national response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Despite swift action by Australian governments, the number of COVID-19 cases will continue to grow.

It is likely that unprecedented demand for health care will put pressure on our health system and health professionals, especially doctors and nurses whose work is vital to protecting and saving lives.

The Government will provide up to $1 million to the Australian College of Nursing (ACN) to provide an online refresher course with up to date information about acute nursing care, including latest evidence based guidelines on COVID-19 infection control.

The course will be available immediately to eligible registered nurses who hold current general registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia, and who meet the recency of Practice Registration Standard of 450 hours practice within the last five years.

Up to 1000 eligible nurses will be able to undertake the training free of charge.

This new investment builds on the Australian Government’s announced $2.4 billion health package aimed at protecting all Australians, including vulnerable groups such as the elderly, those with chronic conditions and Indigenous communities, from COVID-19.

Eligible nurses interested in undertaking the training should visit acn.edu.au/refresher or contact the Australian College of Nursing, by email at customerservices@acn.edu.au or by phone on 1800 265 534.

The ACNP Job Board is an initiative of the Australian College of Nurse Practitioners (ACNP), the national peak body for Nurse Practitioners.  We encourage prospective employers of Nurse Practitioners, Advanced Practice Nurses and Nurses to advertise their available positions and employment opportunities here.  Please note that any positions advertised, employers, organisations or roles are not endorsed or vetted by The Australian College of Nurse Practitioners.  We advise all prospective applicants to consider any offers or advertised positions carefully, and we are happy to support our members with any related queries.