Nursing and Midwifery careers
Kilcoy Hospital has provided excellence in nursing care to patients for 105 years.
We are part of Metro North Hospital and Health Service (MNHHS), the largest and most diverse health service in Queensland. We employ nearly 1,200 nurses and midwives in clinical, management, education and research roles.
Our team is made up of incredibly brilliant and compassionate nurses. Our vision, mission and values always puts patients first. Whether starting your nursing, looking to make a difference or seeking an exciting new challenge, we offer something for everyone.
What we offer
- Queensland Health award-based salary
- Generous superannuation and salary packaging
- Formal orientation to MNHHS, Caboolture Hospital and unit level induction
- Preceptorship to assist with your transition to a new team and work environment
- Professional development
- Transition support programs in all clinical areas
- Opportunities to transfer between clinical specialties
- Access to discounted membership and courses through the Australian College of Nursing
Read the full list of benefits of working for MNHHS.
Your career and professional development
We offer diverse career pathways and professional development opportunities to support our nursing and midwifery workforce on their journey of lifelong learning.
Our research programs support excellence in healthcare delivery and empower our nurses and midwives to be the drivers of change and innovation.
- Continuing Professional Development Programs
- Transition Support Programs across a variety of clinical specialties
- Graduate support and mentoring
- Support for post-graduate studies
- Opportunities to participate in research
Our education partners
MNHHS is dedicated to the development of the future nursing and midwifery professional workforce. The Nursing and Midwifery Professional Stream maintains partnerships with more than 14 state and national universities and 3 TAFE providers. Additionally, we have established a strong collaborative network with the Australian Defence Force.
Applying for a position
Requirements to practice
Registered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses and Midwives must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) to practise in Australia. Nurses and midwives seeking information in relation to a break in practice or international qualifications should contact NMBA directly for information related to registration.
- Mandatory vaccinations
- Criminal history check
- Professional registration check
Find out more about pre-employment requirements.
How to apply
Advertised jobs are generally positions above the base grade or those requiring skilled nurses and midwives with a specific level of experience or education. Advertised positions can be viewed on Smart Jobs.
Not all vacant nursing and midwifery positions are advertised. Caboolture Hospital invites nurses and midwives to apply for base grade positions (Registered Nurse, Registered Midwife, Enrolled Nurse and Assistant in Nursing) by emailing Cabh-Workforce@health.qld.gov.au at any time.
Graduate Registered Nurses and Midwives
MNHHS offers a comprehensive graduate program for qualified nursing and midwifery graduates.