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Graduate recruitment

***Applications open 1 August for the January 2018 intake of
Mater's Graduate Nurse Program***

2018 Mater Graduate Nurse - Transition to Professional Practice

Do you want to be part of an amazing network of hospitals, with access to a world-class medical research institute and clinical simulation and education facilities?

As a Graduate Nurse  or Midwife with Mater you will be provided with all the tools you need to build a rewarding and enriching professional career. 

You will learn from the best and work in a world-class organisation.  If you are passionate about caring for others, you will come together with like-minded people who will help you to progress and achieve your goals.

We don’t see you as graduates, but as the leaders of the future. 

Our future.

All new Graduate Program/Preference information and "How to Apply" guides are coming soon!

About Us
Mater comprises several hospitals, health centres, a world-class medical research institute and pathology and pharmacy businesses—all with one aim—to provide Exceptional Care.

Our concerted pursuit of innovation—to discover, improve, adopt and adapt—differentiates Mater as a leader in the areas of health, education and research. By integrating these fields into the delivery of exceptional healthcare services, Mater is committed to the development and maintenance of healthy communities.

 Mater's hospitals comprise of:

With such a wide variety of specialties, Mater offers a broad range of medical, surgical, outpatient, emergency and community health services across the spectrum of clinical specialties.

At Mater, we aim to provide our staff with the highest standard of professional and personal support offering flexibility and conditions not readily available elsewhere.

Benefits
All programs include:

  • one week orientation, inclusive of corporate, graduate and clinical orientation
  • supernumerary time throughout all programs
  • professional development days
  • clinical learning packages and competencies
  • full support by nurse/midwifery managers, education coordinators, clinical supervisors, clinical facilitators and clinical staff.