Employment Opportunity - Palliative Care Nurse Manager
Tuesday, 27 September 2022
Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
Location: Negotiable within Southern NSW Local Health District
Position Classification: Nurse Manager Gde 3
Remuneration: $127,159.18 - $129,522.86 pa
Hours Per Week: 38
Requisition ID: REQ332866
Application Close: 10 October 2022
Interviews Details: Interviews will be scheduled within 21 days of closing date
Southern NSW Local Health District covers a large area of the southern half of NSW. Surrounding the ACT on three sides and all the way down to the Victorian border, it extends from the pristine beaches of the NSW South Coast, the farmlands of the Southern Tablelands, across the picturesque Great Dividing Range and the spectacular Snowy Mountains. We have 18 facilities and our hospitals take care of more than 200,000 people. As we are a major local employer, our staff are a part of our local communities. To find out more on what it is like to live and work in Southern NSW LHD click here – We are Southern.
What we offer
- Flexible work arrangements
- Relocation assistance and short-term accommodation options considered
- Visa sponsorship for select roles
- Salary Packaging – up to $9k for living expenses + $2.6k meal & entertainment + Novated leasing
- Corporate Health and Fitness program
- 10.5% Superannuation on top of your gross income
- Annual Leave Loading
Where you'll be working
There is an abundance of lifestyle benefits available to you in country NSW and you will be amazed at what you will have access to - and it all comes without the queues and crowds of a big city. Forget about sitting in traffic for hours and paying for parking, live in the city you'll be minutes away from work (perhaps even close enough to walk or cycle) and even if you live on a property or in one of the neighbouring villages, it's still a much shorter trip than big city living. That's more time for family, friends and recreation. More time to live. Click here: Imagine Rural - Southern NSW Local Health District
What you'll be doing
The Nurse Manager Palliative Care managers and coordinates client care and nursing services for palliative care services and is responsible for the operational management and deliverables of the service for a number of geographically dispersed positions.
The position provides leadership and operational management across a number of specialist palliative care nursing positions providing direction for clinical practice and standards to enable safe, effective, quality client care and improved patient experiences.
- Current Registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as a Registered Nurse.
- Postgraduate qualification in health service management or associated fields or equivalent work experience, or a combination of study and work experience.
- Demonstrated advanced communication and negotiation skills together with senior management abilities in change management, conflict resolution, mediation and negotiation with the capacity to influence local communities, health professionals, health interest groups and staff.
- Demonstrated capacity to manage frontline clinical services linking primary and community health services with knowledge of the principles of primary health care and proven skills to implement quality improvement strategies, policies, guidelines and evidenced based practice.
- Evidence of a successful record in meeting budgets, the ability to develop financial efficiency strategies with skills to successfully meet staffing and activity targets.
- Demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development and the capacity to apply knowledge and skills to developing innovative improvement strategies to health service.
- Evidence of a current unrestricted drivers’ licence and the ability to maintain. Ability and willingness to drive/travel as the role requires. This may involve driving long distances and overnight stays.
Occupational Assessment, Screening and Vaccination against Specific Diseases
This is a Category ‘A’ position, please read and understand NSW Health policy directive PD2020_017. All new employees must agree to comply with the requirements outlined in this policy. OASV requirements also include proof of vaccination against influenza and is compulsory for NSW Staff that enter any Residential Aged Care Facility (RACF) or who work in NSW Health owned and operated RACFs.
All NSW Health workers are required to have received at least two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. You will be required to provide a record of your COVID-19 vaccination status if successful.
Australian Work Rights
Please note that to apply for this position you must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Australia, or be able to independently and legally live and work in Australia by way of your own Temporary Visa.
Need more information?
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For role related queries or questions contact Jacqueline Clancy on Jacqueline.Clancy@health.nsw.gov.au, or Phone: 6150 7576