• 1Search for courses by Study Area, Level and Location
  • 2We deliver you all the matched results
  • 3Choose one or more course providers to contact you
Industry

Distance from location (kms)

Exact 5 10 25 50 100

Posted since

All 2 Days 1 Week 2 Weeks 1 Month

Sort results by

Relevance Date

30

March

Clinical Support Nurse - Nicu (Butterfly)

The Royal Children's Hospital - Melbourne, VIC

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical
Source: uWorkin

Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Hospital

The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) has cared for the children and young people of Victoria since it was founded in 1870. As a tertiary and quaternary centre, the RCH cares for the most critically ill and medically complex paediatric patients in Victoria. In addition to providing a full range of clinical services, the hospital also supports many health promotion and prevention programs. With more than 6,000 staff, 12 wards and 350 beds, the RCH is the major specialist paediatric hospital in Victoria, and also provides care for children and young people from Tasmania, southern New South Wales and other states around Australia and overseas.

We are the state’s busiest paediatric Emergency Department, often experiencing more than 300 presentations on any given day. The RCH is committed to working with health services across the state and plays a significant role in many critical state and nationwide services. We work collaboratively with hospitals to deliver the right care, in the right place, at the right time, for the benefit of all Victorian children. The Royal Children’s Hospital is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. Click here for further information on our Commitment to Child Safety: http://www.rch.org.au/quality/child-safety/

In April 2016, the RCH became the first Australian hospital to implement the world-leading ‘Epic’ electronic medical record (EMR). RCH has a strong focus on supporting the successful delivery of the Parkville Connecting Care program – a shared EMR with the Royal Women’s Hospital, The Royal Melbourne Hospital and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.

The RCH is located within the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct, which is home to more than 45 world-class biomedical organisations, with collectively more than 50,000 of the brightest minds working together to make the Precinct number one in the Asia Pacific region.

Further information on the RCH including the new RCH Strategic Plan 2019-21 Great Care, Everywhere is available at www.rch.org.au

The Position

The Clinical Support Nurse works in collaboration with the Nurse Unit Managers to provide facilitated learning and leadership at the unit level to develop high quality clinical care skills with staff. The role also contributes to hospital wide education programs within the areas of their expertise. The Clinical Support Nurse is an advanced clinical nurse who stimulates enquiry, reflection and the use of evidence in clinical practice to promote excellence in family centred care and advance practice change.

Essential

To be successful in the role, you will have:

  • Current registration as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) administered though the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (APHRA)
  • Demonstrated commitment to ongoing personal and professional development, as evidenced in a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) record/Profession al practice Portfolio
  • Demonstrated understanding and experience of adult learning and learning management systems
  • Extensive acute paediatric clinical experience
  • Small or large group teaching experience


Desirable
  • Post graduate certificate/diploma in Nursing, Education, Paediatrics or equivalent
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist or equivalent
  • Certificate IV in Workplace Training & Assessment or equivalent
  • Preceptorship experience and knowledge


Other Requirements
  • Employees are required to undertake a National Criminal Record Check and a Working with Children Check prior to commencing employment.
  • Employees are required to maintain a valid Working with Children’s Check throughout their employment.
  • A current, full drivers licence for the State of Victoria which is appropriate for the type of vehicle being driven, and comply with any restrictions on their licence (e.g. wearing glasses) while undertaking hospital duties (If applicable)

Employees are required to maintain compliance with RCHs “Staff Immunisation - Prevention of Vaccine Preventable Diseases” procedure.

To view the Position Description, please click here .

Why work at the RCH?

All employees are required to adhere to the Royal Children’s Hospital Values:
  • Unity - We work as a team and in partnership with our communities
  • Respect - We respect the rights of all and treat people the way we would like them to treat us
  • Integrity - We believe that how we work is as important as the work we do
  • Excellence - We are committed to achieving our goals and improving outcomes

RCH COMPACT
  • All new and existing employees commit to the RCH Compact to contribute to a strong and respectful culture.
  • We do better work caring for children and families when we also care for each other
  • I bring a positive attitude to work – I share, I laugh, I enjoy other’s company
  • I take responsibility for my behaviour and its impact on others
  • I am curious and seek out ways to constantly learn and improve
  • I celebrate the good stuff, the small stuff, the big stuff – it all matters
  • I speak up when things aren’t right
  • I value the many different roles it takes to deliver great patient care
  • I actively listen because I want to understand others and make better decisions
  • I am inclusive and value diversity
  • When it comes to teamwork, I don’t hold back – I’m all in.

QUALITY, SAFETY AND IMPROVEMENT
  • RCH Employees have a responsibility and accountability to contribute to the organisation’s commitment to Quality, Safety and Improvement by:
  • Acting in accordance and complying with all relevant Safety and Quality policies and procedures
  • Identifying risks, reporting and being actively involved in risk mitigation strategies
  • Participating in and actively contributing to quality improvement programs
  • Complying with the requirements of the National Safety & Quality Health Service Standards
  • Complying with all relevant clinical and/or competency standards
  • Complying with the principles of Patient and Family Centred Care that relate to this position

The RCH is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, all members of the LGBTQI community and people with disability.

Are you ready to join our team?

Apply online by clicking on the “Apply” button

Application close on 9 April 2021.

Melbourne, VIC

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical




APPLY

Shortlist Job