Positions available

We have a large number of opportunities across both our health services, please apply through our Registered Nurse all specialties pool (note: please preference location and specialty and apply to only one pool)

Registered Nurse
All Specialties Pool

To ensure your application is expedited, please ensure you have the contact details of two referees (one of whom must be a supervisor or manager) and inform them they will be contacted to provide a reference.

If you have any queries about joining our team or the application process, please email us at


We are currently recruiting for our respiratory (G54) and neurology (G51) wards.

G54 Respiratory, Pulmonary Physiology, Respiratory Failure Unit

28 bed Respiratory Ward, which includes a 6 bed Respiratory Special Care Unit (RSCU). The RSCU facilitates the management of patients with respiratory failure requiring non-invasive assisted ventilation. In a supportive environment, staff develop the skills to competently manage patients in respiratory failure, patients with pleural diseases, chronic asthma and, being the State Adult Cystic Fibrosis Centre, work as part of a multidisciplinary team to provide holistic care for patients.

G51 Neurology, State Epilepsy Management, Stroke Management

SCGOPH Neurology inpatient services are located within Ward G51 and incorporates two Western Australian State Services: the 24/7 Acute Stroke Service and the Western Australian Adult Epilepsy Service (WAAES). The Department provides specialty service for acute care of all complex neurological presentations such as stroke, epilepsy, encephalitis, meningitis, MS and MND, Myasthenia Gravis, Guillain Barre Syndrome and movement disorders such as Parkinson’s and dystonia’s. Acute care nursing on G51 includes acute stroke management, seizure management and long-term Video-EEG monitoring & invasive intracranial VEEG monitoring. Nursing treatments including tracheostomy, nasogastric, PEG/PEGJ care, spirometry, pre/post care of interventions such as mechanical SPECT and Radioisotopes, care for a range of infusions such as thrombolyis, IVIG and IV monoclonal antibodies, initiation, titration and assessment of Duodopa for Parkinsons`s.G51 incorporates a large collaborative multidisciplinary team that strives for excellence in patient care within a culture of support, respect and innovation.


Employee benefits

  • Friendly and supportive working environment
  • Professional development programs and continuous learning supported through our specialised Centre for Nursing Education (CNE) and underpinned by our Centre for Nursing Research (CNR)
  • Two sites to choose to work from: Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital / Osborne Park Hospitals
  • Paid study leave
  • Generous salary packaging
  • Paid parental leave
  • Rostering flexibility * (flexible work and leave arrangements will vary across the health service according to work service requirements and demands)

Find out more about employee benefits.


Nursing Professional Practice Model

Come and join our dynamic team, which is supported by our Nursing Professional Practice Model, which focuses on providing exceptional and inclusive patient-centred care, based on our values of respect, integrity, care, innovation and teamwork.

Our Nursing Professional Practice Model focuses on the following:

  • Displaying kindness, compassion and empathy.
  • Maintaining accountability and professionalism.
  • Promoting inclusivity, diversity and equality.
  • Fostering leadership.
  • Encouraging wellbeing and self care.
  • Leading quality and safety.
  • Promote life long learning.

Professional nursing registration requirements 

Registration with the Nurses and Midwives Board of Australia (NMBA) is a requirement for employment at SCGH as a nurse.

To establish whether you will be eligible for registration as a Registered Nurse in Australia you should contact the NMBA (external site) directly.

Overseas applicants must obtain NMBA registration prior to a visa being approved by the Department of Immigration.

Last Updated: 04/07/2024