Enrolled Nurse EN
Enrolled Nurse positions
Are you an Enrolled Nurse looking for work that works for you?
Endorsed Enrolled Nurses (EEN) are highly sought after, and Nurses Now is currently recruiting. We are looking for suitably experienced and qualified EEN healthcare professionals who are passionate about what they do and can embrace a busy and dynamic environment.
We partner with healthcare sites, organisations, hospitals, clinics and brands to meet the demands of the busy healthcare system and provide employment opportunities that are constantly emerging across many Australian locations. Taking the role of an Enrolled Nurse is rewarding and highly satisfying, and can lead to a long and successful career in the healthcare industry.
The benefits of working with Nurses Now
- Large volumes of shifts available
- The flexibility to choose when and where you work weekly
- Have a career that suits your lifestyle and work/life balance
- Earn strong, competitive rates of pay
- Help improve the lives of clients
- Pursue a rewarding career
- Providing emotional, mental and physical support for people in our society.
What do you need as an Enrolled Nurse?
EENs play a very important role within healthcare facilities and are highly valued contributors within hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Nurses Now supplies staffing solutions to a wide range of health care providers throughout NSW. We offer EEN applicants the flexibility to work in roles suitable for their lifestyle and situation and encourage individuals looking for either contract or temporary positions to enquire about EEN jobs. We require all applicants to provide proof of their qualifications as per the current healthcare legislation.
Take the first steps toward a new role today. Apply by filling out an online application online with Nurses Now.
More information about position requirements for Enrolled Nurse positions
The Enrolled Nurse works in collaboration with patients/families/carers and a multidisciplinary team to achieve identified goals and outcomes. Core practice generally requires the EN to work under the direct or indirect supervision of the RN. At all times, the EN retains responsibility for their actions and remains accountable for providing delegated nursing care.
- Comply with legislation, regulations, policies, guidelines and other standards or requirements.
- Practice within a professional and ethical framework.
- Complete comprehensive, individual assessments and care plans for new and existing residents.
- Accurately conduct comprehensive and systematic assessments and collect relevant information and data to inform practice.
- Ensure timely and accurate documentation.
- Recognise own limitations in practice and competence and seek guidance from the RN and help as necessary.
- Act to ensure safe outcomes for others by recognising the need to protect people and reporting the risk of potential for harm.
- Accept accountability for decisions, actions, behaviours and responsibilities inherent in your role.
- Communicate effectively, and be respectful of a person’s dignity, culture, values, beliefs and rights.
- Practice within the EN scope of practice relevant to the context of practice, legislation, own educational preparation and experience.
- Practice is based on purposefully engaging in effective therapeutic and professional relationships with staff, residents, clients and their families.
- Liaise with health professionals and engage others, to share knowledge and practice that supports person-centred care resulting in improved health outcomes for clients and residents.
- Clarifies with the RN and relevant members of the multidisciplinary healthcare team when interventions or treatments appear unclear or inappropriate.
- Be proactive and take responsibility for continuing professional development of self and others to meet the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia’s registration standard on CPD each year.
- Report notifiable conduct of health professionals, health workers and others.