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July 12, 2018

Graduate Nurse Program

Graduate nurse program

Graduate Nurse Program Information session for 2021 program, Friday 10th July 10.30am to 11.30am, Folk Festival Room, Moyne Health Services. Contact Jo Keane 55680150 to RSVP for the session or for further information.

Moyne Health Services offers opportunities to support Registered Nurses in two Graduate Nurse Programs, with one intake per year, commencing in February 2021. Applications for the 2021 programs close on Wednesday 5th August, 2020

Applications for programs at Moyne Health Services must be applied for through PMVC Computer Matching Process and documents sent to Johanna Keane (see details below)

Moyne Health Services – Port Fairy position

We provide a supportive environment to commence your nursing career and consolidate your skills. We offer one graduate nurse position at 0.8EFT. The program is 52 weeks duration, commencing in early February, with 5 weeks annual leave. This position rotates through our Acute Ward, Nursing Home and District Nursing Service.

We offer 5 study days per year which link in with South West Healthcare’s Graduate Nurse Program.

Application Process:

Applications are to be submitted through the Victoria Computer Matching Online Service.

Following registration through the computer match system, formal applications including:

To be forwarded to:

Johanna Keane
Nurse Educator
Moyne Health Services
PO Box 93
Port Fairy Victoria 3284

Phone: 03 55680150
[email protected]

For further information, or to arrange a tour of the facility please contact Johanna Keane on 03)5568 0150

Victorian South West Collaborative (with Portland and Hamilton)

Moyne Health Services is also part of a Collaborative Program, where the graduate rotates across 3 health services in their graduate year (Moyne Health Services, Port Fairy; Western District Health Service, Hamilton; and Portland District Health). Rotations include the Acute Medical Ward in Portland, Surgical or Medical ward in Hamilton and Aged Care/ District Nursing Service at Port Fairy.

This program offers:

Further information about the South West Collaborative Program can be obtained by contacting:

Kylie Micallef (Portland), 03) 5521 0615,
Jo Keane (Port Fairy) 03) 5568 0150 or
Bev Clark (Hamilton) 03)55518028

Applications for Collaborative Program

Applications are to be submitted through the Victoria Computer Matching Online Service by following the Graduate Nurse Computer Match link www.computermatching.pmcv.com.au

Following registration through the computer match system, formal applications including:

To be forwarded to:

Kylie Micallef
Learning and Training Coordinator
Portland District Health
Bentinck Street, Portland VIC 3305

Tel: (03) 5521 0615 | Fax: (03) 5521 0358
Email: [email protected]

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