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Intensive Care Nurse

Australian Army - Brisbane Grove, NSW

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical
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Your role:

Intensive Care Nurses play an integral role in the Army Reserve. The tasks you’ll perform are similar to what you would be doing in your civilian role, just in a unique and exciting environment that poses new challenges.

From assessing, planning and implementing nursing care, to working in consultation with other health professionals and members of health teams—the tasks involved won’t be completely out of your existing skillset.

This is an excellent opportunity for Intensive Care Nurses passionate about their skills to give back to their country and work alongside expert health professionals from across Australia.

Life in the Army Reserve:

Thousands of men and women enjoy part-time roles with the Army Reserve, operating alongside full-time Army personnel. The only difference is that your commitment is flexible.

Initial training length will vary based on your chosen role, after which you will normally be expected to serve between 20 and 70 days a year. This could involve an evening each week and one weekend a month, and even extended periods away.

We do our best to make sure this fits in with your work and family commitments; and deployments are voluntary so if you choose to stay local, there are plenty of ways to make a difference closer to home. And with no minimum period of service, you can leave the Army Reserve whenever you like.


The pay you receive in the Army Reserve goes straight into your pocket with no deductions for tax, and it increases as you gain seniority and experience.

You could earn a tax-free rate starting at: $170.17 per day

On completion of military training your rate could increase to: $205.64 per day

Apply Now:

For this role, you must be registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency as a Registered Nurse (DIV 1), General. Intensive Care Nurses must have completed five years’ experience as an ICU Nurse or hold Post graduate studies in Critical Care Nursing.

Click the APPLY button if you think you have what it takes to become an Army Reserve Intensive Care Nurse and we’ll get in contact with you shortly.

You can also visit the link below to view the full position description and learn more about life in the Army Reserve.

Brisbane Grove, NSW

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical


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