QEII is staffed with nurses, midwives, a counsellor and support staff.
REGISTERED NURSES/MIDWIVES – SHORT TERM CONTRACTS
Queen Elizabeth II Family Centre requires registered nurses and/or midwives with child and family health/midwifery experience to provide residential care to families with young children. Short term contracts available until 30/06/19.
Queen Elizabeth II Family Centre (QEII) is seeking motivated candidates available for short term contracts until 30/06/19. Suitably qualified registered nurses/midwives with qualifications or experience in Child and Family Health and/or Midwifery are welcome to apply. The successful applicants will be required to provide care, in a residential setting to families experiencing complex health and behavioural difficulties in the postnatal and early childhood periods.
QEII is a Public Hospital and is an integral part of the ACT Health Directorate Women, Youth and Child Health primary health services. The centre offers an excellent working environment and a genuine commitment to excellence through an interdisciplinary approach. QEII is a 24 hour service across 7 days.
Closes: 13 March 2019
02 6205 2333
We offer health professionals the opportunity to develop child and family health skills for and knowledge of primary health care.
As part of our professional development program we facilitate clinical placements such as for ACT Health Directorate Women Youth and Children staff, child and family health students, Australian National University medical students, counselling, community development and social workers.
QEII benefits,and welcomes input, from consumer representatives, including members of consumer organisations, past clients and other members of the ACT community.
We have consumer representatives on some of our committees because they bring important perspectives to our work and add value by:
Contact us if you are interested in any recruitment opportunities.
Focusing on families with young children
We wish to acknowledge the Ngunnawal people as the traditional owners and custodians of the land on which CMS and its service are located, and their Elders past and present.