Clinical Nurse Educator - ICU - Northern Beaches Hospital
Real people, remarkable careers Extraordinary career opportunity State of the art facilities A unique opportunity exists for an educator experienced in intensive care to provide education and professional development to to new graduates and ICU staff. Opening 30 October 2018, Northern Beaches Hospital will be a fully licensed private hospital, providing care to public and private patients from an outstanding facility with a large range of quality services provided by exceptional nurses, doctors and staff. The Intensive Care Unit has 20 beds in total, providing high dependency & intensive care services & are equipped to provide advanced & highly specialised care & close monitoring of critically ill adult patients.
Specialised care provided includes: General Medical, General Surgical, Pre & Post Cardiothoracic Surgery, Complex Neurosurgery & Vascular surgery, Complex multi-system failure & who may require life support for an extended period, mechanical ventiliation, intra-arterial pressure monitoring, Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump, Continuous Cardiac Output monitoring, Intra-Cranial Pressure Monitoring, ECMO and CRRT. The service provides all aspects of invasive monitoring & support. The unit consists of single rooms, including 2 negative pressure isolation rooms.
As the Nurse Educator you will play a key role in ensuring the planning, development and teaching of nursing education in the Intensive care unit are well thought out and executed. You will: plan, develop and deliver nursing education courses/programs within the ICU coordinate and provide hands on educational support and clinical teaching to ICUl staff, graduate nurses & students provide expert clinical education and leadership, expert advice and support promote a high standard of evidence based nursing care supervise Mandatory Training and completion of eLearning components coordinate and assist with delivery of mandatory training including delivering basic life support and manual handling training ensure best practice competency based programs are available and assessment of staff competencies You will bring to our high-performing team: Current registration as a Nurse with AHPRA Bachelor of Science (Nursing) or equivalent Certificate IV workplace training and Assessment (TAE) (or working towards) Post Graduate nursing qualifications in critical care Minimum of 4 years in area of clinical practice Effective presentation skills Advanced life support certification Able to influence nursing and hospital practice to achieve excellent clinical outcomes Excellent interpersonal and communication skills High degree of computer literacy including Microsoft Office Prior experience in the private healthcare system will be well regarded Further Information All applications must be lodged online. Please click the Apply button to lodge an application.
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