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NUM - Supportive and Palliative Care

Type: Permanent, Full Time
Hours Per Week: 80 per fortnight
Closing Date: 05/02/2018
Employer: Eastern Health
Location: Wantirna Health
Reference No: 14578


An exciting opportunity to join the dynamic team of Supportive and Palliative Care at Wantirna Health. Due to current incumbent promotion this highly sort after position has become vacant.

Wantirna Health Supportive and Palliative Care unit is a 32 bed specialist unit which over the past 18 months has reviewed the Model of Care. These changes along with the energetic team has seen great improvements in benchmarking, length of stay and patients/family outcomes. This is a GREAT opportunity for the right leader with a can do attitude! Come and join this dynamic interprofessional team as we prepare for Accreditation in early 2018.

Day to day function and purpose of the role:
•Responsible for day to day clinical management
•Lead the team to meet KPI's and Accreditation standards.
•Strategic / operational responsibilities
•Strong Leadership skills with innovative thinking

Full position description and application guide available from

What We Offer

Eastern Health is the largest public health provider in the eastern suburbs, providing a comprehensive range of high quality acute, sub-acute, palliative care, mental health, drug and alcohol, residential care and community health services to people and communities that are diverse in culture, age, socio-economic status, population and healthcare needs.

•Friendly & supportive team
•Salary packaging options
•Career progression in our teaching hospitals

Selection Criteria

Essential: Registered Nurse APHRA
Essential: Experience in leadership role
Essential: Right to permanently live and work in Australia
Desirable: Post Graduate Qualifications at Masters Level

To be successful in the role you will have:
•Recent experience in Management
•Post graduate qualifications (preferred)
•Well developed interpersonal and leadership skills
•Ability to work as part of a diverse team
•Strong commitment to high quality patient care with an understanding of PCOC, NSAP and Accreditation standards

How To Apply

Enquiries please contact
Kathleen Marshall, Phone (03) 9955 1205, Email
or Essie Shergis, Phone (03) 9955 1356, Email

Applications online

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