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Registered nurses

Hobart is a gem of an Australian city. Large enough to have the services you’d expect but compact enough to easily move around. Your new position at Glenview is in Glenorchy, about 15 mins drive from the city centre. The suburb is the multicultural centre of Tasmania and boasts a wide range of eateries, cafes and cultural festivals. 

Glenview nurses’ accommodation is a short walk to both our residential facilities, Korongee and Windsor. Primary and high schools are close by, and private schools are just a bus ride away. Supermarkets, medical services, and a shopping court are all within a few blocks. Your place is fully furnished, and accomodation costs are covered by Glenview for 3 months. No worries!

There is plenty to entertain you – road trips to Georgian villages, community market days, bushwalking, mountain biking, as well as exploring Hobart. Wait until you see the stunning water and forest views that this city offers!

Stay for a fresh start!

Glenview Community Services is a leading aged care provider in Hobart, Tasmania. We supply clinical support and genuine care to our Windsor residents, and to those living in Korongee, Australia’s first dementia care village, as well as people living independently at home in our community.

Our employees are trusted to make a difference in people’s lives, and we search for people who can deliver choice, dignity, and independence across the Glenview community. Employees who automatically put people at the centre of everything they do.

Join our dynamic team as we continue to provide an industry-leading approach to aged care service delivery. You will learn new skills including specialist dementia care and become part of our health-promoting gerontic service delivery. 

We challenge you to broaden your horizons and apply for a position in our supportive team. As a registered nurse, you’ll be at the forefront of our care model and can contribute through regular team meetings and portfolio opportunities. Supported by experienced leaders with structured training, you’ll work within a team to pursue excellence in clinical, relationship, and emotional support for our community.  

This permanent opportunity pays between $36.01 to $48.39 per hour + super (which increases on weekends and after normal business hours), depending on experience. To learn about Tasmania, our beautiful island home read more.

  • Salary packaging benefit – earn $15,900 tax free each year, conditions apply
  • Government bonus – up to $3,700 after 12 months service with Glenview (if eligible)
  • Accommodation package – $6,000 worth of hassle-free fully furnished accommodation, rent free for the first 3 months 
  • Employee referral program – earn a bonus for referring other nurses to join Glenview 
  • Discounts on pharmacy and gym fees
  • $2,600 of tax-free restaurant and holiday accommodation per year, conditions apply


  • Join our specialist dementia teams in Australia’s first dementia village, or in Tasmania’s first specialised dementia care program.  
  • We can help fast-track your application for permanent residency with a 482 sponsorship visa. 
  • Comprehensive induction and buddy program – we set you up for success from the start and ease you into your new role with support  
  • Opportunities for career advancement – we encourage and support our team to explore the range of career opportunities across Glenview  
  • Access to world-class training and professional development

As a valued member of our clinical team, you’ll bring passion and energy as well as: 

  • AHPRA registration as a Div 1 Registered Nurse – essential   
  • Ability to work as part of a tight-knit team and delegate effectively  
  • Strong clinical care capabilities suitable for an aged care environment.  
  • A high level of organisation and prioritisation skills, with an ability to multi-task.   
  • Adaptability and flexibility including the ability to flow with change.  
  • Proven ability to work as part of a cohesive team.  
  • A commitment to continuous improvement.  
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.   
  • A commitment to personal growth through Continuing Professional Development (CPD).  
  • Aged Care experience and knowledge of the Aged Care Quality Standards. 
  • A strong understanding of Resident Rights, and Aged Care Accreditation Standards and their Outcomes.