REGISTERED NURSE- PSYCHIATRIC NURSE JOBS AUSTRALIA
Australia seeks Registered Nurse- Psychiatric Nurses to live and work in Australia. If your occupation is Registered Nurse- Psychiatric Nurse, as described in the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) 254422, then your skills are currently in Demand.
Registered Nurse- Psychiatric Nurse is on the State Sponsorship List for one or more Australian States/Territories. You may qualify for a lower required pass mark in your points based work visa assessment, and for priority processing to fast-track your work visa application.
REGISTERED NURSE- PSYCHIATRIC NURSE JOB DESCRIPTION
Provides nursing care to patients with mental health illness, disorder and dysfunction, and those experiencing emotional difficulties, distress and crisis in health, welfare and aged care facilities, correctional services and the community. Registration or licensing is required.
Registered Nurse (Child and Adolescence Mental Health)
Registered Nurse (Drug and Alcohol)
Registered Nurse (Psychiatric Rehabilitation)
Registered Nurse (Psychogeriatric Care)
REGISTERED NURSE- PSYCHIATRIC NURSE IS NOT YOUR OCCUPATION?
If your occupation does not match the
- Nurse Practitioner
- Registered Nurse NEC
- Registered Nurse (Acute Care)
- Registered Nurse (Aged Care)
- Registered Nurse (Anaesthetic)
- Registered Nurse (Child and Adolescence Mental Health)
- Registered Nurse (Child And Family Health)
- Registered Nurse (Community Health)
- Registered Nurse (Critical Care And Emergency)
- Registered Nurse (Development Disability)
DO I QUALIFY FOR A WORK VISA TO AUSTRALIA (REGISTERED NURSE- PSYCHIATRIC NURSE)?
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