Meet Nadai Wilson
Nadai is our Recruitment Consultant for Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Exercise Physiology. As someone who thrives in a high paced environment, Nadai is always ready with her hands on, client first approach.
What do you love about Aussie Locums?
Aussie Locums has a contagious ethos of compassion, hard work and integrity that encourages the careers of those they connect with. They care about people they work with and those they support.
One of the things I love the most is that they are driven to achieve the best possible fit because they care about what it means to do the job that our clients and candidates do every day.
What is your greatest source of enjoyment in recruitment?
I enjoy being able to work with and for a team that is set on cultivating a better experience in the healthcare industry for those engaged in the on-hire space.
Where do you feel you add value to candidates who are looking for work?
Working within the covid-response field has been fast-paced and ever-changing. Those candidates in the healthcare industry value balance, organisation and quality of care from a recruitment agency. To be consistently recognised for our ability to balance multiple assignments at once, in an ever-changing environment, demonstrates that we really do put candidates first.
What advice would you give to candidates from overseas who are looking to work in Australia?
Do some research, start planning, and take the plunge. Aussie Locums are a wonderful guide.
What is the best piece of advice you have been given in your career?
All you need is ten seconds of courage.
If you asked a client to describe you, what would they say?
Available and hands-on through every process.
What is the most unusual assignment you have ever been asked to fill?
It has to be filling a much-needed position in a very remote, very difficult-to-place location.
Can you tell us about the most memorable moment of your career?
Every assignment feels memorable. I engage in a fast-paced field so being able to connect the needs of one with the needs of another, in a critical environment sticks with me even as one assignment blends into the next.
Is there a client, candidate or project that stands out?
My first placement -being able to offer an opportunity to a candidate who was interested in something new but hadn’t quite had the experience