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New Graduate Registered Nurse Positions

New Graduate - Registered Nurse

What you’ll be doing in this role

Our 12-month New Graduate Registered Nurse Program commences over multiple intakes throughout the year. The Graduate Nurse program will support you in the transition from a student nurse to the Registered Nurse role within our Acute Care setting. During the program you will have the opportunity to develop your skills within speciality areas under the guidance of experienced and supportive staff.

As you transition from a student nurse to a Registered Nurse, your responsibilities will include:

  • Learning and developing your skills to enable you to deliver exceptional evidence-based nursing care and monitoring to patients
  • Wholeheartedly aspiring to support and contribute to a culture of clinical excellence and continuous quality improvement, and
  • Actively contributing to a culture of comradery and teamwork.

Who we’re looking for

  • You’ll be eligible for registration as a Registered Nurse with the Nurses and Midwives Registration Board (AHPRA), including English language requirements
  • You’ll have Australian Citizenship or hold a visa that allows ongoing full-time employment in Australia (without regional restrictions)
  • You must be able to work a minimum of 32 hours per week on a rotating roster
  • You’ll have demonstrated high-level of interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
  • You’ll have current clinical knowledge and clinical problem-solving ability
  • You’ll have the ability to work within a multidisciplinary team
  • You’ll have understanding of professional, ethical and legal requirements
  • You’ll have reached completion of your studies within 12 months of the program start date
  • You’ll have NSW Health DETECT and BloodSafe certificates.

Taking care of people is our reason for being

At Sydney Adventist Hospital, fondly known as the San, taking care of people is our reason for being. It’s what drives us to deliver exceptional outcomes for our patients – and it’s a shared sense of purpose that extends to everyone who works here too. When you work for the San, you’ll feel valued and supported by our strong commitment to learning, flexibility, great benefits and a positive culture of teamwork and cooperation.

About Us

Adventist HealthCare owns and operates Sydney Adventist Hospital (fondly known as the San), NSW’s largest and most comprehensive private hospital with a dedicated team of 2400+ employees, over 1000 Medical Officers, and 300 Volunteers. They also own and operate San Day Surgery Hornsby. Founded in 1903, we are a not-for-profit, faith-based healthcare organisation that’s progressive and purpose-driven. We’ve been advancing healthcare and delivering exceptional outcomes for generations – and thanks to our investment in technology, education & research, we’re proud to be at the very forefront of our field.

What to expect

Please know that employment with Adventist Healthcare requires:

  • A National Police and Working with Children Check
  • Two professional reference checks
  • At least 2 COVID-19 vaccinations with 3 doses preferred
  • Other pre-employment screenings

If you’d like to chat with one of our team members about this role, then please contact:

Karen Jessop or Sue Berriman
New Graduate Nurse Coordinators 
Phone: 02 9480 9654
Email: or