Clinical Nurse Coordinator
ABOUT THE ROLE
An exciting opportunity has become available for a Clinical Nurse Coordinator to join our fantastic team at Bourke and Walgett on a full time basis. Reporting directly to the Director of Care Services, this role will see the successful individual coordinating services with corporate office, heads of department, as well as external contractors and service providers across the two locations. A company car will be provided for all travel required as part of this role and accommodation negotiable.
In this role you will be responsible for:
- Managing clinical service outcomes. This could include ensuring compliance with policy and legislation, evaluating clinical services, supporting employees to develop their clinical skills, resolving stakeholder problems and concerns.
- Managing hospitality service outcomes. This could include ensuring compliance with policy and legislation, seeking assistance from corporate office in specialised areas, evaluating hospitality services, supporting employees to develop their skills, and resolving stakeholder problems and concerns.
- Managing employees within the service unit. This could include allocating staff resources, initiating performance management processes, identifying learning and development needs, and resolving staff issues.
- Supporting the DCS/RMN to meet financial and budgetary goals. This could include coordinating Aged Care Funding Instrument processes, rostering effectively to control wage costs, analysing service delivery area expenditure, and evaluating resource usage.
- Supporting the DCS/RMN to plan services for the service unit. This could include participating in service unit workforce and annual planning processes.
- Fostering a culture where learning, service, safety, improvement and team work is encouraged, supported and valued.
- Advocating client rights and the creation of a culture where clients are respected as individuals, and reporting of client related concerns is supported.
WHAT WE LOOK FOR
To be successful in this role, you will have:
- Registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency;
- Good written and verbal communication skills;
- High level clinical assessment skills;
- Ability to drive the ACFI process
- Ability to manage complex health care requirements;
- Negotiation and conflict resolution skills;
- Basic understanding of financial management;
- Basic research and analytical skills;
- Intermediate computer skills, including knowledge of Microsoft Office;
- Commitment to enhancing the quality of life of older persons in our communities;
- Right to work in Australia.