Graduate Midwife Program 2018

The Bays offers an extensive graduate program in both general nursing and midwifery.  Applications for the 2018 Graduate Midwife program are now open.

Graduate Midwife Program 2018

Applications are invited from enthusiastic and motivated Midwifery Graduates to join our challenging and supportive Graduate Midwife Program.

The Bays Hospital in Mornington is offering a 12 month position to enable you to develop your professional midwifery skills and strive for the highest standard of practice and learning in our caring and community focussed, not for profit organisation. Supernumerary days will provide orientation to the area, assist you in applying theories and offer guidance in delivering quality maternity care utilising our midwifery educator and the clinical expertise of colleagues and dedicated preceptors.

We are the only private hospital in Victoria to be accredited by the World Health Organisation’s Baby Friendly Hospital (BFHI) and very excited to have moved into a brand new 10 bed Midwifery unit.  Throughout the year, you will gain experience in birthing suite, pre and post-natal care and special care nursery.

Program:
  • 52 week program, 30 hours/week (4 shifts) commencing in February 2018
  • Supernumerary time offered at commencement of program and in birthing suite
  • Extensive educational opportunities offered including NETS, obstetric emergencies and foetal surveillance
Applications:

Applications for the Graduate Midwife Program 2018 close Sunday 3rd September 2017.

Graduate Nurse Program 2019

A challenging and supportive Graduate Nurse Program is available in 2019 for enthusiastic and motivated Registered Nurses.

The Bays Hospital in Mornington is offering positions in the 2019 Graduate Nurse Program which will support, guide and enable you to develop your professional and personal skills in our caring and community focused, not for profit organisation. We recognise that clinical support is critical to your transition and development.

Four supernumerary days are offered during the first week and includes a comprehensive 2 day orientation designed to prepare you for clinical work.  This also includes core clinical competencies such as basic life support, infection control and manual handling. You will then commence your first rotation with a reduced patient load to facilitate your entry to the profession of nursing.

Program:
  • 52 week program, 30 hours/week (4 shifts) commencing in February 2019
  • Ward rotations in general medical and surgical units including a 2 week rotation in High Dependency Unit
  • Optional speciality rotations may be offered in Theatre, Dialysis & Day Infusion Unit
  • 5 weeks annual leave which includes 1 week at Easter & 2 weeks at Christmas
  • Structured study days throughout the year
  • Regular tutorials, debrief sessions, feedback & appraisals.
Applications:

Applications for the Graduate Nurse Program 2019 will open in June 2018.

Enquiries:

graduate@thebays.com.au