Workforce organisation is about ensuring and supporting nurses and midwives to work efficiently and effectively, and how we organise ourselves to best meet the need of our clients. It ensures that health services have the right people, in the right place with the right skills at the right time to deliver professional nursing and midwifery person centred care.
Workforce organisation aims to deliver effective leadership and commitment to:
- nursing and midwifery professional career frameworks
- acknowledgement and valuing of professional roles
- working conditions and awards.
Nursing and midwifery careers
The commencement of a career in nursing or midwifery is able to be achieved through different education pathways enabling nurses and midwives to work as:
- Enrolled Nurse
- Advanced Skills Enrolled Nurse
- Registered Nurse
- Registered Midwife
- Mental Health Nurse
- Nurse Practitioner.
Nursing and Midwifery (South Australian Public Sector) Enterprise Agreement 2013
On 6 November 2013 the Industrial Relations Commission of South Australia approved the Nursing and Midwifery (South Australian Public Sector) Enterprise Agreement 2013.
Information about nursing and midwifery Enterprise Agreements and Bargaining is available at:
- Your Local Health Network intranet
- Nursing and Midwifery (SA Public Sector) Enterprise Agreement 2013 is available at Public Sector Workforce Relations (PSWR).