Requirements to work at NurseLine

To guarantee our clients the very best compliant, work ready nurses, NurseLine has a stringent recruitment and screening process.   This system ensures our nurses have the right skills, qualifications, experience and relevant checks, to minimise any risk to your business and to be productive from the start.  We will continue to provide NurseLine staff with access to a variety of educational opportunities and ensure that their knowledge is kept up-to-date and relevant to their practice needs. 

To apply for a position at NurseLine, you need to provide a current Curriculum Vitae with two professional referees, preferably from previous management or supervisors.  Applicants will also require current AHPRA registration and evidence of Right to Work in Australia, if relevant to you.  Once this information is provided NurseLine will be in contact for an interview.

Prior to employment with NurseLine, you will need to complete WorkPro.  Access to WorkPro modules will be provided after submission of your CV.  All NurseLine staff are required to have a current National Police Check, a Tasmanian Working with Vulnerable People card and Mandatory Competencies, completed within the last 12 months.






Before NurseLine can employ you, you will need to complete WorkPro.  Access to WorkPro modules will be provided to you once you have submitted your CV

National Police Check

You will require a current National Police Check

Working with
Vulnerable People

You will require a Tasmanian Specific Card

Basic Life Support

Completed in the last 12 months. We recommend the following organisations:

Medication Safety

and Calculations

Completed in the last 12 months.

We recommend the following organisations:

Clinical Transfusion Practice
(Acute Only)

Completed in the last 12 months. We recommend the following organisation:

Other useful training links:

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