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Clinical Nurses (Clinical Facilitators - Practice Development) Full-time Job

3 weeks ago   Nursing   Gold Coast   6 views
Job Details

The Role

An opportunity has become available for several Clinical Nurses (Clinical Facilitators Practice Development) to join Gold Coast Health (GCH) where the focus of our 12 000-strong team is on providing world-class health care to people living in the Gold Coast, and northern New South Wales region of Australia.

You will

  • Utilise experience in clinical facilitation to support the development of staff
  • Have an advanced level of neonatal nursing expertise and problem solving skills
  • Be an advocate for ongoing education and practice development in newborn care services
  • Understand the principles of and role model a family-centred approach to patient care

About you

To be successful in this position you will require:

  • Bachelor of Nursing or equivalent
  • AHPRA Registration
  • A graduate certificate within Neonatal Nursing is highly desirable
  • Evidence of vaccination, or be able to be vaccinated against and remain vaccinated against - Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Varicella (Chicken Pox), Pertussis (Whooping Cough), Hepatitis B and COVID 19
  • Tuberculosis screening, to identify if the tuberculosis vaccination may be required
  • Declaration of serious discipline history must be disclosed

Benefits

  • Flexible work options
  • Career Development
  • Salary Packaging
  • Modern Facilities
  • Diverse Work Culture
  • Research Opportunities
  • Up to 12.75% super
  • 17.5% leave loading

Salary

  • Permanent full time, permanent part time (several positions, hrs negotiable)
  • Base salary ranging from $100 786 - $107 918 per annum , $50.83 - $54.42 per hour

About Us

The Newborn Care Unit at Gold Coast University Hospital is part of Women, Newborn and Children's Health and is comprised of a 12-cot Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)and a 24-cot Special Care Nursery. This service is based in Southport.

The NICU admits babies fulfilling Level 6 Queensland Clinical Services Capability Framework criteria which includes but is not limited to:

  • Extremely preterm infants from 23 weeks gestation
  • Parenteral Nutrition
  • Nitric Oxide therapy
  • Exchange transfusions
  • Therapeutic cooling and Amplitude integrated electroencephalography (AEEG)
  • Neonatal surgical procedures
  • Invasive and non-invasive respiratory support including High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation.

About Gold Coast Health

  • Nationally and internationally recognised location for innovative medical research and health care
  • Annual operating budget exceeding $1.5 billion
  • More than 1100 beds across three hospitals - Gold Coast University Hospital, Robina Hospital, Varsity Lakes Hospital and Robina and Southport Health Precincts
  • Secondary and tertiary health services across more than 20 facilities
  • Opportunity to combine professional advancement, job satisfaction and relaxation into one fulfilling lifestyle
  • A workplace culture that encourages people to bring their whole selves to work so that they can perform at their best
  • Committed to reflecting the diversity of the Gold Coast community and ensuring each staff member is included and feels like they belong

How to Apply

Click APPLY to submit your application by Wednesday, 1 February 2023

Job Ad reference: GC463938

Please note: no third-party applications will be accepted.

Company Description
Queensland Health is a dynamic organisation committed to providing a range of services aimed at achieving good health and wellbeing for all Queenslanders. Through a network of 16 Hospital and Health Services and the Mater Hospitals, Queensland Health delivers a range of integrated services including hospital inpatient, outpatient and emergency services, community and mental health services, aged care services and public health and health promotion programs.