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Aboriginal Chronic Care Registered NurseSt Vincents Hospital
Job Description: Position Title: Aboriginal Chronic Care Registered Nurse Employment Type: Maximum Term Full Time (up to March 2026) Hours per week: 38 (rotating roster) Position Grade: Registered Nurse Year 1 to 8 Salary: $64,377.92 to $90,394.15 plus applicable allowances up to $7,000 (FTE) Enterprise Agreement: The Named NSW (Non-Declared) Affiliated Health Organisations' Nurses Enterprise Agreement 2017 Department Name: Correctional Health Location: Parklea Correctional Complex St Vincent’s is contracted by leading service providers MTC Broadspectrum to deliver health services to Parklea Correctional Centre – a major Sydney prison with capacity for 1,816 male inmates.
The provision of healthcare is a vital part of an inmate’s life. We’ve established St Vincent’s Correctional Health Services because of the unique difference corrective health professionals can make. In 1838, when the Sisters of Charity who founded St Vincent’s arrived in Sydney from Ireland, they immediately went to the Parramatta Female Factory, where they made an important difference to the lives of hundreds of women convicts there.
Similarly today, St Vincent’s Correctional Health aims to make a major difference by providing multidisciplinary healthcare to inmates at Parklea Correctional Complex. St Vincent’s has an excellent track record in running health services and we are currently offering exciting opportunities to work within our Correctional Health team. With a major focus on professional development, we offer an array of employee benefits as well as the opportunity to develop a diverse array of skills to make a real difference to peoples’ lives.
About the role As the Aboriginal Health Chronic Care Registered Nurse (RN) you expected to work collaboratively with patients and stakeholders to co-ordinate multidisciplinary care and services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with chronic, long-term health issues. As well as be the lead within the nursing team to ensure the review of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients according to primary health and chronic disease screening procedures, and discharge planning requirements. This position requires a Working with Children Check (WWCC) issued by the Office of the Children's Guardian.
For more information and how to apply, please visit the Office of the Children's Guardian website www.kidsguardian.nsw.
gov.au/working-with-children/working-with-children-check The vacancy is open to Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens who hold a valid New Zealand passport, Australian permanent residents and those non-residents deemed by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship to be eligible to work in Australia only. Applicant will be required to obtain a Corrective Service Clearance NSW to be able to take up this role.
About St Vincent's Health Network Sydney: St Vincent's Health Network Sydney is made up of three public hospitals, St Vincent's Hospital Sydney, Sacred Heart Health Service an....