We are an iconic provider of hospital-based healthcare, striving to deliver an exceptional standard of care
We comprise several hospitals, health centres, a nationally accredited education provider and a world-class research institute
We are a nationally accredited, hospital-based Registered Training Organisation - the only one of its kind in Queensland
We are part of a collaborative research institute with The University of Queensland and founding partner of the Translational Research Institute
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?
Mater's Graduate Programs for Registered Nurses and Midwives are designed to assist graduates with the transition from study to practical nursing. The programs allow Mater's graduates to work within a supportive learning environment to provide exceptional care to patients.
We offer a range of programs for newly qualified nurses and midwives working across Mater's hospitals at South Brisbane, Redland and Springfield.
Our programs offer the opportunity for you to learn on the job in a hospital, as you transition from academic learning to professional practice. Each of our programs run for 12 months and cater for those who have already identified their nursing speciality and those who are wanting more experience in a range of clinical areas before deciding on a speciality.
We offer a range of options because your career is yours to decide.
As a Mater Graduate Nurse or Midwife 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 be part of a world-class organisation. If you are passionate about caring for others, you will have the opportunity to work alongside like-minded people, who will help you to progress and achieve your goals. We don't view you as graduates, but as the leaders of the future.
Applications for our February 2024 intake will open via the Mater Careers website on Monday 31 July 2023 at 9am, with applications closing on Sunday 27 August 2023 at 10pm.
Confirmed Graduate Recruitment Timeline for February 2024 in-take:
Applications Open - August 2023
Applications Close - 27 August 2023
Interviews - September - October2023
Offers & Contracts - October 2023 - January 2024
Commencement - February 2024
Please note: These timeframes are guidelines and may change, so please ensure you check this website and any communication received from Mater during your application process.
When will I receive an update?
The graduate team will reach out to you once we have an update.
This may mean you do not receive an update for a period of time, please be patient and refrain from contacting the graduate team (unless you do not receive any form of update after the start of the program)
Can I apply for a grad program after the portal closes?
When the portal closes, under no circumstances do we accept late submissions. Please be prepared and apply during the application window.
We do not accept emailed applications at any stage of the recruitment process. You must apply through the portal.
How do I apply for regional Mater Campus Graduate programs?
The Mater Graduate Recruitment Team recruit to all graduate roles, no matter the location.
Who should I contact for assistance with my application?
If you are having any technical issues with the Mater application portal or unsure on how to fill out the application form please contact email@example.com
Will there be a Dual Degree (Registered Nurse/Midwife) in-take?
Yes, Mater will be offering an 18 month Dual Degree Graduate intake. This will involve a 12 month midwifery rotation in Mater Mothers Hosital South Brisbane and a 6 month nursing rotation either at Mater Private Hospital Redlads AND/OR Mater South Brisbane campus (for roles based in SEQ). Roles in Townsivlle will rotate to either the Hyde Park or Pimlico campus.
Please be aware that if your registration is not acquired 10 business days prior to commencement, you will be permitted to attend orientation week, however, you will not be able to commence in your clinical area until registration is received.
DO NOT send a reference to the graduate inbox until you have been advised to do so, we will ask those who have been selected for video screening to send through references before progressing to face to face interviews.
Please refer to the updated graduate booklets below for all information regarding our programs and the application process:
Program Information Booklet
How To Apply Booklet
Looking for the Enrolled Nursing Graduate page? Click here
Our Programs and Clinical Areas - details of our graduate program, benefits, support and clinical areas.
How to apply - Details on eligibility, how to apply, our recruitment process and FAQs.
(Please note the Mater Enrolled Nurse Graduate Program is only open to Mater Education Diploma of Nursing graduates and eligible Mater employees. Details on the EN program will be made available to all eligible students. To find out more about Mater's Diploma Program click here.)
If you are selected to progress to reference stage following your video screen, the graduate recruitment team will advise and request for your reference details.
Please do not email your references or reports to Mater prior to being requested for an interview.
If you require assistance please contact Mater's Graduate Support Team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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