Diane has been recruiting Nurses and Midwives for 16 years. Having worked as a Nurse/Midwife in New Zealand, Australia, UK and the Middle East she understands what it is like to work and live in different countries. Diane enjoys assisting Nurses and Midwives to move across the ditch and make sure the transition to a new work experience is seamless.
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Erin has made a career out of headhunting International healthcare talent. Joining our New Zealand based office in 2016, Erin’s primary focus in sourcing, education and guiding overseas clinical professionals through the Australian regulatory process, initial Visa enquiries and matching the skill set to the right job.
Erin specialises in Nursing & Midwifery and, currently leading a project for International Physio & Occupational Therapists. Her portfolio consists of Emergency, Critical Care, General Acute, Management, Mental Health & Theatre covering; Permanent FTE, Travel Contracts & Locum/ Casual assignments
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Naufa Sattar has been working as a recruiter over the last 2 years and loves to help healthcare professionals find jobs abroad. Having moved abroad herself, Naufa understands how the process can feel quite stressful at first but can assure you that it will all be worth it in the end. Naufa assists her candidates with the AHPRA application process, including up to the final stages as she knows it can be quite a lengthy process which may need a second pair of eyes. Naufa is happy to help candidates with any questions they may have, no matter how silly they made sound and will try her best to accommodate to her all candidates requirements.
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Casey started her career in Healthcare Australia’s (HCA) South Australian office in 2011 she has worked within our Allocations and Recruitment department. Casey headed off at the start of 2017 to the United Kingdom on the Working Holiday Visa and worked in the HCA London office as an International Resourcer. Casey is now working in the HCA Adelaide office as the International Candidate Liaison and part of her role is to help support all of the backpackers when they arrive in Australia. Casey is happy to help with any questions about work availability. Casey knows the feeling of packing your bags and leaving on a one-way ticket, so even if you just need to have a chat with someone who has been in the same situation as you, please reach out to her.
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Julianne has 15 years’ experience within the Health Industry – the last 10 years have been with Healthcare Australia. During this time, Julianne has held a number of HCA positions – her current role is International Liaison Consultant with HCA’s International team. Julianne works closely with her fellow colleagues in the UK and NZ and the Australian recruitment consultants to ensure a smooth transition and best fit for the candidates in terms of the roles they are seeking and their relocation process. All of which is aimed at achieving a positive outcome for both candidate and HCA’s clientele.
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Alex has recently returned from a 6-month stint with HCA in their Sydney office, his role there was to assist in the placement of nurses within permanent positions across rural, remote and urban areas of NSW. Having lived abroad before and with his recent move over to Australia Alex has a good idea of the stresses, concerns and considerations that go through individual’s minds prior to moving, and hence is able to quash these with his own recent personal experience. Alex also has a strong understanding of the specialism requirements and shortages for hospitals, as well as what would be needed to approach sponsorship, if that was to be your goal. Alex’s experience in Sydney gives him great inside knowledge of how it works once you arrive in the country and he is able to advise on accommodation, travel and other costs.
Alex will now be working in the London office with the goal of assisting nurses on their journeys over to Australia. He is happy to answer any questions you may have, whether they are VISA based, nursing related, about the lifestyle/social side of living, or just general advice about how to live in Australia without being bitten by something poisonous. Alex is happy to meet you in the London office or he is able to come to you if you are on a stringent schedule.
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Lucy first joined team purple (HCA) in Australia, Brisbane resourcing nurses for Rural and Remote locations in Australia whilst on her working holiday visa. Lucy is now back home in the UK and working in our London office resourcing nurses heading over to Australia. Having experienced firsthand the working holiday visa, Lucy has a lot of knowledge around going to Australia for one year and what is needed for when you arrive, she now uses this experience to help nurses ensure they are prepared for when they arrive down under. If you ever need a chat on what to expect as a backpacker Lucy is happy to discuss her own experiences.
Jemma first joined Healthcare Australia (HCA) in the Agency department based in Brisbane. She then went on to join the Permanent team in HCA, where she placed nurses in permanent positions across various nursing levels and specialties around the Australian state of Queensland (QLD).
Jemma is now based in the HCA London Office where she supports nurses in the process of getting work ready for Australia. She will be able to assist you with any sort of question, whether it be relating to the Australian nursing registration process, right through to the lifestyle or cost of living around the country.
Paired with an Aussie accent, Jemma has a bulk amount of general knowledge on Australia that she can provide you. She can also let you know what it’s like to set yourself up in a new country from the first-hand experience