Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
Position Classification: Clinical Nurse Specialist Gde 2
Remuneration: 95893.78 – 99040.14
Hours Per Week: 38
Requisition ID: REQ15868
South Western Sydney is an exciting, interesting and dynamic place to live and work. South Western Sydney is home to a mixture of metropolitan and rural communities which is culturally diverse. South Western Sydney has a very significant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community, especially in Campbelltown, Wollondilly, Camden, Wingecarribee and Liverpool.
South Western Sydney Local Health District’s vision is to promote the health of the residents of the District using our health services through the delivery of high quality patient centered health care. SWSLHD’s key strategy to positively transform how our patients, consumers, staff and communities experience our organisation and services is Transforming Your Experience.
Our culture at South Western Sydney Local Health District enables excellence and accountability, values our people and supports positive leadership and teamwork. We uphold the values of Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment.
What you’ll be doing
The Clinical Nurse Specialist Grade 2 will provide safe, compassionate, quality, person centred specialist care and work in collaboration with patients/families/carers and a multidisciplinary team to achieve identified goals and outcomes.
South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) is focused on achieving our Vision of Leading Care, healthier communities.
All staff are expected to act as an appropriate and effective role model, promoting a culture that supports practices that reflect the NSW Health CORE values of Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment through demonstrated behaviours and interactions with patients, clients and employees.
The vision of SWSLHD Nursing and Midwifery Service is Compassionate Nursing and Midwifery Care Always, through leading effective workplace cultures that improve the patient experience.
- Demonstrated experience and skills in providing complex care in the relevant field.
- Demonstrated ability to provide safe compassionate quality care that is culturally responsive
- Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate and engage with patients/consumers, carers and the multidisciplinary health care team to identify and ensure responsiveness of care needs
- Demonstrated capacity to interact with others in a personable and professional manner and personally resolve conflicts when they arise
- Demonstrated evidence of the use of critical thinking as it relates to the delivery of advanced evidenced based nursing care
- Demonstrated understanding and participation in risk management, work health and safety and quality improvement in the workplace
- Demonstrated ability to liaise, negotiate and act as a resource person and advanced practitioner to health services and a range of other service providers on drug and alcohol related health issues
- Demonstrated knowledge and expertise in drug and alcohol clinical practises including assessment, planning, treatment management, and clinical leadership underpinned by evidence based practise.
Need more information?
For role related queries or questions contact Steven Dunn, Operational Nurse Manager, or Sharon May on 02 9616 8881
Applications Close: 6 February 2018