Australian Mining Nurse and EmploymentIf you are seeking a nursing job in the mining industry, and you're not sure where to apply, then we can help. Nurses are essential to the mining industry due to the type of work the miners carry out. An on-site nurse or medic will provide all the employees currently working at a mine site with first-aid when needed. The primary role a nurse in the mining industry plays generally requires assisting with drug testing, doing pre-medical examinations, keeping medical supplies up-to-date, and enforcing health and safety policies.
What do you need to become a nurse in the mines?If a nurse position in the mining industry is what you are looking for, you may be curious as to the requirements of joining the industry. This may include, but not limited to, the experience you'll need to begin, the training required to begin and where you can locate the training facilities near you, the certificates necessary and the general salary offered to a nurse on a mine site.
Where would I work?There are many mine sites located throughout Australia. There may be a nursing position available close to where you live. Otherwise you may be keen to work on an overseas mine site via in a fly in/ fly out (FIFO) position. For a FIFO position you could expect to work up to 8 to 10 days at a time, fly home for a few days off before being flown back to work again.
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