CNC 3 Older Peoples Mental Health Services
Employment Type: Permanent Full TimePosition Classification: Clinical Nurse Consultant Grade 3Remuneration: 118257.51 - 120454.23Hours Per...
Summary about this job
Government - State
Company: Northern Sydney Local Health District
Work type: Full Time
Detail information about job CNC 3 Older Peoples Mental Health Services. Terms and conditions vacancyEmployment Type: Permanent Full Time
Position Classification: Clinical Nurse Consultant Grade 3
Remuneration: 118257.51 - 120454.23
Hours Per Week: 38
Requisition ID: REQ49825
CNC3 Clinical Practice Development for Older Peoples Mental Health Services
Where you'll be working
Northern Sydney’s vision is to be "leaders in healthcare, partners in community wellbeing". Our purpose is “embracing discovery and learning, building partnerships and engaging our community to deliver excellent health and wellbeing.”
We build teams and health services that embrace our values; Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment (CORE). Our CORE values and the behaviours that underpin them, shape the way we work together, with our patients and consumers, to deliver excellent health and wellbeing. If you’d like to be part of our journey we want to hear from you.
NSLHD is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, Workforce Health and Safety, Ethical Practices and the principles of Cultural Diversity. Aboriginal people are encouraged to apply and, where found suitable, will be given higher priority.What you'll be doing
The Clinical Nurse Consultant (CNC) is an expert nursing who will provide leadership, advice and recommendations on all aspects of nursing and consults on matters relating to the safe and appropriate use of nursing practices.
The CNC will formulate and implement policy, guide practice development, and engage in education and research activities. The CNC is responsible for the provision of clinical supervision to nursing staff and acts as a role model, providing nursing care on a regular basis.
Employees must abide by the NSW Health Code of Conduct. Criminal record checks will be undertaken on successful applicants and applicants for positions designated as Category A will be required to obtain required vaccinations prior to commencing employment.
Candidates will need to meet the following criteria:
- Consistently demonstrates behaviours that reinforce the CORE Values of our organisation; Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment. Demonstrates these behaviours with all stakeholders; colleagues, direct reports, as well as our patients and consumers, and those that care for them.
- A Registered Nurse who has a minimum of 7 years full time post graduate experience, with at least 5 years full time equivalent experience in the speciality field. In addition the applicant must have an approved post graduate qualification relevant to the speciality and hold a Masters (pertaining to speciality field) or can demonstrate evidence of significant progress in completing a Masters in the relevant speciality field.
- Demonstrated clinical leadership skills and an ability to work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary framework with a demonstrated commitment to excellence in nursing practice.
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively both as a member of a multidisciplinary team and independently.
- Demonstrated advanced knowledge and skills in the use of computerised information systems.
- Demonstrated skills and experience in delivering education and training. Knowledge of and demonstrated commitment to evidence-based practice and person / relationship - centred care.
- Advanced high level interpersonal and communication skills including advocacy and negotiation with key partners.
- Experience in undertaking research and/or clinical practice improvement into SMHSOP clinical services.
Applications Close: 26 July 2018