If you have recently completed your studies as a Nurse, kickstart your nursing career with Brightwater.
Our graduate program gives you the opportunity to consolidate and develop your clinical and professional practice, supporting your transition from studying to the role of Nurse.
Following onboarding and induction at our head office, you will be placed at one of our 12 residential aged care homes where you will receive a full orientation to the home and to your role as a Nurse.
You will be in a safe, supportive environment with support from a dedicated Coordinator who oversees the graduate program. Plus your onsite mentors will provide day to day guidance, support and supervision.
You will also have the opportunity to work with our home care team for two weeks, where you will visit clients living at their own home in the community.
How to apply for our Graduate Program
Our graduate program runs for a period of 6 months, with two intakes per year, March and September. Following the program, we encourage you to apply for a permanent position with us.
Applications will be taken through WA GradConnect.
For all information, including application opening dates and eligibility criteria, please visit the WA GradConnect website.
For further information about the program, please contact our Learning Transformation Team by emailing [email protected]
Benefits of working with us
By being part of the program you will enjoy many benefits, including:
- Enrolment with the Australian College of Nursing to complete the Transition to Nursing Practice Program
- Clinical training, which includes workshops for clinical leadership, wound prevention and management and diabetes education
- Leading self-workshop to understand and develop your leadership style
Meet some of our nursing staff
Daisy, Clinical Educator (previous graduate)
I feel valued, supported and appreciated. Especially by my manager, who encouraged me to join the grad program.
Tim, Registered Nurse
I have had so many learning and development opportunities here, there’s a real opportunity for career growth.
Themby, Clinical Educator
I briefly left for a few months and came back because I love the people. We genuinely care for each other and they are like my second family