How uPaged works
Why more Australian nurses have signed-up to the new on-demand nursing platform
Why Join uPaged?
Hospitals compete for you
You select the shifts that suit you. Nurses can make more, as hospitals can surge price their rates in busy periods.
Joining is free and easy
Start with our simple application process and you can be booking shifts within a week.
Work when you want to work
With uPaged, hospitals are charged lower fees which means uPaged nurses are the first booked and last cancelled.
Create a CV for life
Every patient, hospital, in-service, course and conference makes you the nurse you are. Celebrate your unique value.
How to get going on uPaged
Start your journey by giving uPaged information about you.
Click “Apply Now”
Enter contact details and nursing information
If you meet uPaged’s requirements, you will be contacted by email to arrange an interview.
Stage 2: Phone interview
This is to get uPaged instantly to shifts that suit you.
Submit all required documents prior to the interview. A list of what is required can be found on this page.
uPaged will build your professional profile.
Have a chat with a friendly uPaged representative so they can better understand you, your skills, and your work needs.
Stage 3: Verification
You get access to your profile and check that all information is correct.
uPaged sends electronic referee forms to your referees by email.
Submit your police check (online).
Stage 4: Practicing
Get uPaged instantly. Gain more experience, be a more wanted nurse. Instantly feel a part of the team.
Enter your availability to be invited to shifts that suit your work-life balance
Or, take control and apply to the shifts that suit you.
Work shifts, earn ratings and testimonials.
Rate hospitals in return.
** What you'll need:
- AHPRA Registration Number
- National Police Check via uPaged*
- Working with Children number
- Statements of Service from previous jobs
- Two referees* of manager/educator level (you'll need their work email address)
*Please see our FAQS for more details.
- Basic Life Support
- Fire & Evac
- Manual Handling
- Drug Calc
- IV Medication Admin
- Hand Hygiene
- Infection Control
- Aseptic Technique
Vaccination/Serology Evidence for:
- Varicella (Chicken Pox)
- Measles, Mumps, Rubella
- Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis
- Hepatitis B
- Flu Vaccine (within 1 year)