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Registered Nurse

  • LocationNorth Ryde, NSW 2113
  • Work TypeAny Employment
  • Positions0 Positions
  • Published At:2 months ago
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  • Job no: HDNKM

We are Achieve Australia!

  • Permanent, full-time role - 38 hours per week
  • The pay rate is based on the Nursing Modern Award plus attractive salary packaging and superannuation

About the role

Reporting to the Practice Lead - Clinical, the Registered Nurse will provide specialist clinical guidance across all clusters/sites through on the job clinical training and education to nursing and care staff, using best practice clinical skills and a person-centred approach to ensure optimal health outcomes for clients.

  •  Deliver appropriate health care support and services including medication management and administration in keeping with the NDIS Practice Standards - High-Intensity Support Skills Descriptors.
  • Support Service Managers/Coordinators and teams to coordinate and review the delivery of clinical support services to assist clients in implementing Health Care Plans and to remain safe and healthy within their assessed capacity or in conjunction with guardians/persons responsible who have decision-making authority.
  • Provide advice and recommendations regarding intake and onboarding of new clients by reviewing health care ensure documentation and updates required to ensure a smooth transition to Achieve Australia.
  • Monitor the implementation of client Health Care Plans to assess if associated complex client issues require amendments to health care objectives.
  • Provide nursing and care staff with advice, coaching, training and feedback to influence the improvement of quality health care outcomes for clients.

About you

Achieve Australia supports a workplace that embraces all people's unique contributions and fosters social inclusion through the experience of belonging.  Aboriginal Australians and people from diverse backgrounds and cultures are encouraged to apply for this job.

To be successful in the role you will have a person-centred approach putting clients at the centre of their own service by helping them make choices, plan goals and have extraordinary lives. You will be passionate about making sure Achieve clients have the best opportunity to do well in their community and be passionate about building positive relationships by working in partnership with clients and co-workers communicating with clarity and respect.

  • Current Authority to Practice as a Registered Nurse with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
  • A minimum of 5 years posts basic registration experience and evidence of sound theoretical knowledge, clinical competence and ongoing professional development as reflected in a Professional Practice Portfolio.
  • Recent experience working with people with disability in a health or community setting.
  • Sound clinical judgement, problem-solving and decision-making skills.
  • Advanced written and verbal skills
  • Experience in providing education, mentoring and support to staff in their current workplace.
  • Advanced computer skills and use of software programs to maintain and review clinical records and to develop and deliver education and training.
  •  Evidence of professional leadership and updating of own clinical competencies to ensure education and training delivery is in line with current best practice
  • Demonstrated commitment to clinical and professional development
  • Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment or equivalent is desirable, but not required.
  • Ability to travel across Sydney

About us

Achieve Australia has been providing services to people with disability since the 1950s. Today, we are a registered NDIS provider offering accommodation, community participation, supported employment and support coordination services in Greater Sydney and in Northern Rivers regions in NSW.

  • Our Passion is social inclusion for people with disability.
  • Our Purpose is to build extraordinary lives, support people with disability to be well, have a home, choose a career, learn new skills, participate in their community and enjoy a full life.
  • We live by our Principles of inclusiveness, stewardship, extraordinary outcomes and ethical practices.

Our benefits - Our employees are the champions for an inclusive world and in return we offer:

  • Working as part of a team that makes a difference in people's lives
  • Access to Employee Assistance and Fitness Passport programs
  • Supportive, friendly team environment and culture

Contact us if you have any questions about this position, would like to discuss any reasonable adjustments you may require throughout the recruitment process, or require an alternate method of submitting your application: 

  • Email careers@achieveaustralia.org.au,
  • Phone - Esther Conway 0477 200 029 
  • Come online to talk with us via the Chatbot on our Careers page https://achieveaustralia.org.au/about-us/careers/

Pre-employment checks: Achieve Australia is committed to implementing safer recruitment practices. Applications will be assessed on merit.

Candidates successful from the selection process will require to complete the following:

  • Reference checks
  • Police check (Please note criminal history does not immediately affect employment opportunities)
  • Working with Children check
  • NDIS Worker Check
  • Health declaration
  • Evidence of COVID-19 Vaccination 

How to apply: To express your interest, apply online, answer application questions and provide your updated résumé.

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  • Published on 16 Aug 2022, 2:17 AM