Tasmania, Australia’s island state, has four major public hospitals – Royal Hobart Hospital, Launceston General Hospital, North West Regional Hospital and Mersey Community Hospital, along with a supporting network of rural hospitals and multi-purpose services.
These health care facilities serve every part of the state – but there’s a problem, because Tasmania is facing a shortage of qualified professional nurses and midwives. This means that there are plenty of permanent, fixed-term and casual vacancies for registered and enrolled nurses in all areas of Tasmania.
Working for Tasmania’s health service has many benefits. Here are some of the key positive features:
- Tasmania’s statewide health care network provides the flexibility to work across the service and in different regions
- Nurses are respected, valued and well rewarded and there’s a range of outstanding salary sacrifice and packaging arrangements available
- Nursing staff can access excellent professional development allowances and scholarships for post-graduate study
- Rural and remote allowances provide an additional 10 per cent for remote areas of Tasmania and an extra four per cent for the state’s rural areas
- Relocation packages and assistance withprofessional registration is available to support your move to Tasmania
- Tasmania offers an enviable lifestyle, exceptional people, modern workplace facilities and a clean, unpolluted environment
Sounds good? Are you interested?
We’d like to show you how you can come to live and work in Tasmania under the Australian Government’s Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme. This initiative aims to assist regional areas of the country, including Tasmania, to attract skilled workers. The scheme offers a permanent Australian residence visa for people who want to work in regional Australia and have been nominated for a placement by an approved employer.
Divergence can make the process as smooth as possible for you because we offer a seamless, end-to-end migration service that is simple, timely and cost-effective.
If you are interested in gaining permanent Australian residency in Tasmania or only want to live and work here for up to four years, Divergence can assist you through the application process.
Nurses coming to work in Tasmania need to fulfil the Tasmanian Government’s list of criteria. For full details, please visit our website. If you meet these criteria, we want to talk to you about your new nursing career as a permanent Australian resident, here in Tasmania.