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Employment Office Australia and Oceania,--Western Australia
Jun 23, 2017
Full time
About Kimberley Renal Services Kimberley Renal Services (KRS) includes 4 Renal Health Centres based in Fitzroy Crossing, Broome, Kununurra, and Derby and a mobile prevention unit. The incidence of Kidney Disease in the Kimberley is one of the highest in Australia. Chronic Kidney disease (CKD) and End-Stage Kidney Disease (ESKD) incidence within the Aboriginal population of the Kimberley greatly exceeds the national burden of disease. Dialysis prevalence for this region has more than tripled in the last decade and is increasing at a much faster rate than in the rest of Western Australia (WA). About the Opportunity The Kimberley Renal Service now has multiple opportunities for Registered Nurses Level 1 and Level 2 to join their multidisciplinary team based in Fitzroy Crossing, WA. Registered Nurse - L evel 1 * Reporting to the Clinical Nurse Manager, you will be responsible for managing a client base load, providing a holistic approach to client care and contributing to the development and implementation of continuous quality improvement and the Renal Health Centre. * To be successful in this role, you will be an experienced Registered Nurse - eligible for registration with AHPRA - with advanced renal clinical skills. You will also have a commitment to the philosophy and practice of Aboriginal Community Control and well-developed interpersonal communication and organisational skills. * While not essential, candidates with previous experience working in the Aboriginal Community Control sector, a certificate in Nephrology and a certificate IV in training and assessment will be highly regarded. Please note: You will need to have a current police clearance and a "C" class driver's licence. Registered Nurse - Level 2 * Reporting to the Clinical Nurse Manager, you will be responsible for coordinating shifts, supervising new staff and assisting in their education and delivering culturally safe nursing care in accordance with unit protocols and best new practice guidelines. * To be successful in this role, you will be an experienced Registered Nurse - eligible for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia - and experience in haemodialysis nursing. You will also have 5+ years experience in dialysis and previous experience supervising more junior staff and a commitment to the philosophy and practice of Aboriginal Community Control. It is also essential you display a high level of interpersonal communication and organisational skills. * While not essential, candidates who hold a post graduate qualification in renal nursing or working towards one plus previous experience working within an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service will be highly regarded. Please note: You will need to have a current police clearance. About the Benefits KRS is an organisation that truly values its team, and is committed to improving employee knowledge, skills and experience. In addition, staff development programs are not only encouraged but are often paid for by KRS. These are highly attractive opportunities for someone with a desire to develop their professional knowledge and experience in the area of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health! Registered Nurse - Level 1 * Attractive base salary of $76,216; * Subsidised accommodation; * Salary packaging options up to $31,000; * Annual airfares after 12 months of employment to the value of $1,683; and * 5 weeks of annual leave for each 12 months service. Registered Nurse - Level 2 * Attractive base salary of $84,960; * Subsidised accommodation; * Salary packaging options up to $31,000; * Annual airfares after 12 months of employment to the value of $1,683; and * 5 weeks annual leave for every 12 months of service. Don't miss this exciting and rewarding opportunity to have a positive impact on the health outcomes of Indigenous communities in the spectacular Kimberley region - Apply Now!
Employment Office Australia and Oceania, Western Australia
Jun 12, 2017
Full time
About Derby Aboriginal Health Service and Life in Derby Derby Aboriginal Health Service (DAHS) is a dynamic and innovative Aboriginal community controlled health organisation providing comprehensive primary health care services to the town of Derby and surrounding communities. Operating from an award-winning, custom-designed clinic complex, the 50-strong team of Aboriginal Health Workers, GPs, Nurses and Administrative staff has established a reputation for the service as a model of quality primary health care service provision. DAHS is involved in the training and supervision of medical students, pre-vocational trainees and GP Registrars. The Shire of Derby/West Kimberley, 2000km north of Perth, offers its residents a unique and unparalleled way of life. On the doorstep are some truly stunning and untouched wilderness like the famed Buccaneer Archipelago, National Parks and gorges, the mighty Fitz roy River and the Gibb River Road. These pristine environments offer the opportunity to get out camping, fishing and four-wheel driving and many are just an hour away. About the Opportunities Derby Aboriginal Health Service (DAHS) now has opportunities for a Registered Nurse - Child Health and a Midwife to join their team on a full-time basis in Derby, WA. Registered Nurse - Child Health As a Child Health Nurse, you will be primarily responsible for providing holistic primary health care services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in Derby and surrounding communities. Working within the clinic and in the community you will focus on clients from birth to 15 years of age, ensuring the needs of Aboriginal clients is being met within the context of their cultural identity and social circumstances. To be successful in this position you will be a Registered Nurse with AHPRA registration and at least 2 years post graduate child health experience. Midwife As a Midwife at DAHS you will be responsible for providing primary health care services to clients, at the clinic and in the community, focusing on antenatal and postnatal care. To be successful in this position you will be a Registered Nurse with AHPRA registration and at least 2 years post graduate midwifery experience. Both positions require candidates who have experience in an Aboriginal Primary Healthcare setting. DAHS is looking for a candidate who can demonstrate a sound understanding of Aboriginal culture and the issues affecting health and health outcomes for Aboriginal people. You will also have the proven ability to communicate effectively and appropriately with ATSI people and a commitment to best practice guidelines/standards in primary health care provision. While not essential, candidates with previous experience in a remote setting, experience in four-wheel driving, an Immunisation Certificate and/or previous employment with an Aboriginal Controlled Health Service will be highly regarded. About the Benefits If you're looking for a varied and interesting role where you can take on a new adventure and see the beautiful Australian outback - this is the position for you! DAHS is an organisation that truly values its team, and is committed to improving employee knowledge, skills and experience. In addition, staff development programs are not only encouraged but are often paid for by DAHS. In return for your hard work and dedication, you will be rewarded with an attractive salary circa $86,564 plus generous benefits including: * Salary packaging options up to $31,177 gross to increase your take home pay; * Annual airfare Derby-Perth-Derby return after 12 months of employment; * 5 weeks annual leave with 17.5% leave loading on 4 weeks annual leave; * Relocation cost assistance up to $5,000 People of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent are strongly encouraged to apply. Don't miss this opportunity to take the next important step in your career and make a positive difference in the community - Apply Now!
Employment Office Australia and Oceania,--New South Wales
Jun 05, 2017
Full time
About the Organisation Brewarrina Aboriginal Health Service Ltd (BAHSL) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to improving not only the health but the youth, culture, education and housing of the organisation's clients and the Brewarrina community in general. Operating with close ties to the accredited Walgett Aboriginal Medical Service, BAHSL services are available to the surrounding communities and small towns in the area, and provide a resource centre for: * Health related issues * Medical advice and treatment * Individual and family counselling * Information and advice about issues relating to substance abuse * Sexual health services * Family violence * Children's health/issues * Adolescent health * Women's and men's health * Healthy lifestyle (including healthy eating) * Eye Health About the Opportunity Brewarrina Aboriginal Health Service Ltd (BAHSL) has an exciting opportunity for a Registered Nurse (Rural Area) to join their multidisciplinary team of dedicated health professionals working throughout in Brewarrina, NSW. In this role, your primary focus will be on planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating Enhanced Primary Health Care plans for the program's clients, in collaboration with BAHSL Aboriginal Health Workers. To be successful in this position, you will be a Registered Nurse (List A) with experience providing Primary Health Care to those suffering from chronic disease and across a range of other settings. You will require experience in working with Aboriginal communities, and have an understanding of health issues in rural/remote areas and the impact of socio-economic factors on Aboriginal communities. A proven commitment to improving the health of Aboriginal people is essential. Candidates with previous experience in wounds management, community care, and adult immunisation will be highly regarded. You will be a team player with the demonstrated ability to plan, implement, monitor and evaluate health programs. You'll have excellent communication and interpersonal skills to enable you to liaise effectively with a variety of stakeholders, and provide a range of reports and submissions. You'll need to be computer literate, with the ability to work with a Patient Information Referral System. A current driver's licence is also essential. Please note: Candidates are required to hold registration with AHPRA, a working with children check, and a criminal history check. BAHSL will reward your commitment with an excellent base salary (dependent upon skills and experience) and access to salary sacrificing arrangements! Applicants currently located outside the Brewarrina region will be considered - and you'll enjoy assistance with relocation costs (reimbursed after probation period) and help in finding suitable rental accommodation! Advance your career in Aboriginal health in this varied role - APPLY NOW! Please note, due to the nature of this position, Aboriginal people are encouraged to apply.
Employment Office Australia and Oceania,----Melbourne
May 30, 2017
Full time
About the Organisation New Aged Care is a supportive General Practice based in Woodend. We provide primary care services to residents in Residential Aged Care Facilities in the Western suburbs. The New Aged Care team acknowledge cultural and social diversity and endeavour to support the needs of the individual and families. New Aged Care is committed to the provision of the highest quality healthcare, to all residents, by all practitioners and staff, with professionalism and sensitivity. This is achieved in a working environment where residents are recognised as being the most important person and where the team work in an ethical and responsible manner with mutual respect for each other's abilities. About the Opportunity New Aged Care now has multiple opportunities available for full-time or part-time Registered Nurses (Div 1 ) to join their team of GP's, Specialists, and nurses based in the western suburbs of Melbourne, VIC. In this role, you will be primarily responsible for providing - and coordinating - high-quality assessment and clinical care to clients of New Aged Care. To be successful in this role, you will be a Division 1 Registered Nurse with a current Practising Certificate. While not essential, previous experience in aged care or community nursing will be highly regarded. The ideal candidate will be an effective communicator, have solid computing skills, and employ excellent clinical assessment and observation skills. Please note: Some travel between to head office in Woodend will be required once a week. Candidates must have a current driver's licence and access to a reliable vehicle. About the Benefits In return for your hard work and dedication, New Aged Care is offering remuneration circa $50,000 - $63,000 commensurate with skills and experience plus super!
Employment Office Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
May 24, 2017
Full time
PURPOSE The purpose of this position is to support the NHMRC Partnership to Eliminate Hepatitis C (The EC Partnership), which aims to enhance and deliver programs to increase HCV treatment uptake among people who inject drugs (PWID) using nurse-led models of care in the community settings.  This will involve providing clinical support and services to community health services (i.e. GPs, Alcohol and other Drug services, Opioid-substitution therapy prescribers, Needle and syringe programs), including clinical needs assessments, case management support (clinical audits), training and education for service providers on the appropriate care and management of hepatitis C, and data collection for research and surveillance purposes.  In addition, this position may include some level of clinical service provision, such as interviews, liver fibrosis assessment and blood sample collection from participants with histories of injecting drug use and other at-risk populations in other studies currently being undertaken at the Burnet Institute. These studies include: The Hepatitis C Treatment and Prevention (TAP) Study: Hepatitis C treatment for people who inject drugs in a community–based setting using a social network approach. Other studies as required. Training will be provided in all aspects of the position and work will be undertaken under the supervision of the project investigators and clinical trial nurse coordinator. The Research Nurse will spend most of their time in the field, which includes working in general practice or community services (that is, outside of traditional hospital hepatitis research clinics) but will also involve some desk-based work and regular team meetings. The nature of community work will involve regular travel across greater Metropolitan Melbourne (i.e. Frankston, Geelong), and routine visits across Regional Victoria (i.e. Western Victoria, Gippsland and Murray region) using work provided vehicles or appropriate travel and at times some flexibility with working hours is required to match the needs of study participants. The position is initially for a 12 month contract and will be available from 0.8-1.0 FTE in consultation with the preferred candidate.   RESPONSIBILITIES: Your responsibilities will include: Assessing community sites suitability for the inclusion in the EC Partnership including  Support of sites to increase capacity to test and treat for Hepatitis C Supporting different models of care within various community settings with the aim to ensure sustainable practices and procedures are adopted Support improved data collection within community services and manage collected blood samples and surveillance data Following all required ethics protocols and standard operating procedures    CRITERIA You will have: Registration as a Registered Nurse with AHPRA Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work in a team Excellent written and verbal communication skills Demonstrated organisational and time management skills Clinical knowledge relating to hepatitis B,C and HIV Competence in phlebotomy/blood collection is essential. Expertise particularly among people who inject drugs or otherwise have challenging venous access is preferable. High level of reliability and professional conduct, problem solving skills and critical thinking ability Experience in undertaking data collection in a community settings and/or with participants with a history of drug use (preferable) Clinical research experience (preferable) Familiarity with pre and post-test counselling for hepatitis B, C and HIV (preferable) Full valid Victorian Driver’s License Benefit from ongoing support, a monthly accrued day off (for full time staff) and attractive salary packaging working for this leading not-for-profit organisation.  Remuneration will be commensurate with skills and experience.  Burnet Institute is committed to providing our people with a supportive working environment. We value diversity and gender equity at the institute and provide flexible working arrangements for our staff. Burnet is participating in the Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) Pilot of the Athena SWAN Charter in Australia.   For more information and to apply, please visit http://burnet.applynow.net.au/jobs/BI69
Employment Office Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
May 24, 2017
Temporary Full Time
PURPOSE The purpose of this position is to conduct nurse lead clinical research in a community and outreach settings involving interviews, liver fibrosis assessment, and blood sample collection from participants with histories of injecting drug use and other at-risk populations in studies currently being undertaken at the Burnet Institute. These studies include: The Hepatitis C Treatment and Prevention (TAP) Study: Hepatitis C treatment for people who inject drugs in a community–based setting using a social network approach. The NHMRC Partnership to Eliminate Hepatitis C (The EC Partnership), which aims to increase capacity of community services to provide testing and treatment to people who inject drugs that are chronically infected with hepatitis C. Other studies as required. You will also manage data collection as well as participate in the wider activities of the Burnet Institute. Training will be provided in all aspects of the position and work will be undertaken under the supervision of the project investigators and clinical trial nurse coordinator.  The Research Nurse will spend most of their time in the field, which includes working from a mobile van conducting clinic research, and may also include working in general practice or community services (that is, outside of traditional hospital hepatitis research clinics). The nature of community work involves travel across great Metropolitan Melbourne (i.e. Frankston, Geelong) using work provided vehicles and at times some flexibility with working hours is required to match the needs of study participants. The position is a parental leave cover position and will be available from 0.8-1.0 FTE in consultation with the preferred candidate.   RESPONSIBILITIES: Your responsibilities will include: Assessing participant suitability for clinical trials (TAP study and EC Partnership) including recruiting, interviewing and viral hepatitis treatment initiation and following up of study participants Collecting blood samples from participants Conducting fibroscans of the liver and working closely with specialists to ensure participants receive treatment and follow up care Upload data and manage collected samples Following all required ethics protocols and standard operating procedures   CRITERIA You will have: Registration as a Registered Nurse with AHPRA Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work in a team Excellent written and verbal communication skills Demonstrated organisational and time management skills Clinical knowledge relating to hepatitis B,C and HIV Competence in phlebotomy/blood collection is essential. Expertise particularly among people who inject drugs or otherwise have challenging venous access is preferable. High level of reliability and professional conduct, problem solving skills and critical thinking ability Clinical research experience (preferable) Experience in undertaking data collection in a community settings and/or with participants with a history of drug use (preferable) Familiarity with pre and post-test counselling for hepatitis B, C and HIV (preferable) Full valid Victorian Driver’s License Benefit from ongoing support, a monthly accrued day off (for full time staff) and attractive salary packaging working for this leading not-for-profit organisation.  Remuneration will be commensurate with skills and experience.  Burnet Institute is committed to providing our people with a supportive working environment. We value diversity and gender equity at the institute and provide flexible working arrangements for our staff. Burnet is participating in the Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) Pilot of the Athena SWAN Charter in Australia.   For more information and to apply, please visit http://burnet.applynow.net.au/jobs/BI68
Employment Office Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
May 24, 2017
Contract
PURPOSE The purpose of this position is to conduct nurse lead clinical research in a community and outreach settings involving interviews, liver fibrosis assessment, data collection and blood sample collection from participants with histories of injecting drug use and other at-risk populations in studies currently being undertaken at the Burnet Institute. These studies include: The Hepatitis C Treatment and Prevention (TAP) Study: Hepatitis C treatment for people who inject drugs in a community–based setting using a social network approach. The NHMRC Partnership to Eliminate Hepatitis C (The EC Partnership), which aims to increase capacity of community services to provide testing and treatment to people who inject drugs that are chronically infected with hepatitis C. Other studies as required. Training will be provided in all aspects of the position and work will be undertaken under the supervision of the project investigators and clinical trial nurse coordinator. The Research Nurse will spend most of their time in the field, which includes working from a mobile van conducting clinic research, and may also include working in general practice or community services (that is, outside of traditional hospital hepatitis research clinics). The nature of community work involves travel across greater Metropolitan Melbourne (i.e. Frankston, Geelong) using work provided vehicles and at times some flexibility with working hours is required to match the needs of study participants. The position is initially for a 12 month contract and will be available from 0.8-1.0 FTE in consultation with the preferred candidate.   RESPONSIBILITIES: Your responsibilities will include: Assessing participant suitability for clinical trials (TAP study and EC Partnership) including recruiting, interviewing and viral hepatitis treatment initiation and following up of study participants Collecting blood samples from participants Conducting fibroscans of the liver and working closely with specialists to ensure participants receive treatment and follow up care Upload data and manage collected samples Following all required ethics protocols and standard operating procedures   CRITERIA You will have: Registration as a Registered Nurse with AHPRA Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work in a team Excellent written and verbal communication skills Demonstrated organisational and time management skills Clinical knowledge relating to hepatitis B,C and HIV Competence in phlebotomy/blood collection is essential. Expertise particularly among people who inject drugs or otherwise have challenging venous access is preferable. High level of reliability and professional conduct, problem solving skills and critical thinking ability Clinical research experience (preferable) Experience in undertaking data collection in a community settings and/or with participants with a history of drug use (preferable) Familiarity with pre and post-test counselling for hepatitis B, C and HIV (preferable) Full valid Victorian Driver’s License Benefit from ongoing support, a monthly accrued day off (for full time staff) and attractive salary packaging working for this leading not-for-profit organisation.  Remuneration will be commensurate with skills and experience.  Burnet Institute is committed to providing our people with a supportive working environment. We value diversity and gender equity at the institute and provide flexible working arrangements for our staff. Burnet is participating in the Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) Pilot of the Athena SWAN Charter in Australia.   For more information and to apply, please visit http://burnet.applynow.net.au/jobs/BI67
Employment Office Western Suburbs, Melbourne
May 23, 2017
Full time
About the Organisation New Aged Care is a supportive General Practice based in Woodend. We provide primary care services to residents in Residential Aged Care Facilities in the Western suburbs. The New Aged Care team acknowledge cultural and social diversity and endeavour to support the needs of the individual and families. New Aged Care is committed to the provision of the highest quality healthcare, to all residents, by all practitioners and staff, with professionalism and sensitivity. This is achieved in a working environment where residents are recognised as being the most important person and where the team work in an ethical and responsible manner with mutual respect for each other's abilities. About the Opportunity New Aged Care now has multiple opportunities available for full-time or part-time Registered Nurses (Div 1 ) to join their team of GP's, Specialists, and nurses based in the western suburbs of Melbourne, VIC. In this role, you will be primarily responsible for providing - and coordinating - high-quality assessment and clinical care to clients of New Aged Care. To be successful in this role, you will be a Division 1 Registered Nurse with a current Practising Certificate. While not essential, previous experience in aged care or community nursing will be highly regarded. The ideal candidate will be an effective communicator, have solid computing skills, and employ excellent clinical assessment and observation skills. Please note: Some travel between to head office in Woodend will be required once a week. Candidates must have a current driver's licence and access to a reliable vehicle. About the Benefits In return for your hard work and dedication, New Aged Care is offering remuneration circa $50,000 - $63,000 commensurate with skills and experience plus super!