Care Coordinator / Sub Acute Non Admitted
Wimmera Health Care Group
Clinical Care Coordinator
Sub-Acute Non Admitted
RN Grade 3B / Allied Health Professional
Fixed Term - Part Time
(64 hrs per fortnight)
Parental Leave replacement
We are seeking a suitably qualified Registered Nurse/ Allied Health professional to join our multi-disciplinary team to provide care co-ordination, assessment and education. This temporary part time position is available now and includes working Monday to Friday from 08.00-16.30. This is an opportunity to work within our HARP program and involves enhancing individual independence and self-management for our patients/ clients.
Key Selection Criteria include:
- Current Registered Nurse/ Allied Health Professional with APHRA
- 2 years of continuous experience in an acute or community setting
- Experience in respiratory and cardiac management
- Experience with advanced patient assessment and managing chronic health conditions
- Can work as part of a multi disciplinary team and individually
- Demonstrated organisational, problem solving, time management and decision making skills
- Current drivers licence
Attractive benefits offered by the organisation include:
- Salary packaging,
- Professional development and education programs,
- Employee Assistance Program,
- Comprehensive orientation program.
- Accrued Day Off (full time employees only)
- Flexible rostering
- Opportunities for career progression
- Free parking
This is a great opportunity to work in a diverse clinical environment and join a reputable rural health service dedicated to the provision of quality patient centred care and to meet the needs of the community.
For more information about this position view the Position Description and/or contact the person indicated below. Further information on Wimmera Health Care Group can be found on our website www.whcg.org.au or Facebook page.
Applications must be submitted online via e-recruit by the Closing Date.
Wimmera Health Care Group (WHCG) is committed to equal employment opportunity and promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children, including those with a disability.
WHCG encourages applications from people from culturally and / or linguistically diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
We aim to provide a safe environment for our staff, patients, residents and clients which includes supporting and responding to disclosures of family violence issues.
Pre-employment checks: All applicants must be willing to undertake a national police check and Victorian Employee Working with Children check prior to commencement of employment.
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