Top 10 Highly Paid Jobs In The Field Of Nursing In Australia

Nursing as a career has a high demand and always proved to be a rewarding one, both fiscally and emotionally. It also provides an opportunity to make a real difference to the health and wellbeing of people.

If you are an overseas nurse, looking to start career in Australia, then after completing initial registration you can seek employment in the healthcare sector and choose from a wide range of specialisations. Below we have listed the top 10 highly paid ones to assist you in choosing a path that best suits your interests, capabilities and aspirations.

1. Certified Registered Nurse Anaesthetist


Average Salary:- Approximately between $105K and $130K per annum.
Role:- These nurses work alongside dentists and surgeons and are responsible for preparing the patient and mixing and administering anaesthesia.

2. Nurse Researcher


Average Salary:- Approximately between $75K and $95K per annum.
Role:- A Nurse Researcher is a scientist who researches various aspects relevant to healthcare and nursing and implements the same to improve services and outcomes.

3. Mental Health Nurse Practitioner


Average Salary:- Approximately between $70K and $90K per annum.
Role:- These Nurses work with mentally challenged patients at mental health facility, a correctional centre or they run their own independent practise.

 

4. Certified Nurse Midwife


Average Salary:- Approximately $75K per annum.
Role:- These Nurses work with along with OB/GYN physicians who work with women’s health services and are mainly responsible for dealing with pregnant patients.

5. Paediatric Nurse


Average Salary:- Approximately between $65K to $70K per annum.
Role:- These Nurses work alongside Paediatrician who is responsible for treating children. They find employment in many facilities such as ICU, schools, private clinics etc.

6. Orthopaedic Nurse


Average Salary:- Approximately earn up to $120K per annum.
Role:- These Nurses provide treatment to patients who face mobility problems due to injury or a disorder. They assist with surgery, physical therapy and rehabilitation for these patients.

7. Nurse Practitioner


Average Salary:- Approximately earn up to $65K per annum.
Role:- This is an entry level position. They are the first point of contact to the patients

 

8. Clinical Nurse Specialist


Average Salary:- Approximately between $80K and $100K per annum.
Role:- A clinical nurse specialist is the one who works at senior level to serve patient care and consultation services for an array of health care areas.

9. Geriatric Nurse


Average Salary:- Approximately earn up to $70K per annum.
Role:- These nurses provide care for elderly and ageing patients. Their responsibilities include monitoring mental health, preventative care and medication.

10. Neonatal Nurses


Average Salary:- Approximately earn between $70K to $120K per annum.
Role:- These nurses specialise in the care of babies. They work in nurseries where new born babies are kept before they are discharged.

Their responsibilities include:- administering oxygen and medication for new born babies.

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