Technical Officer (Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine)
THIS POSITION MIGHT BE CLOSED EARLY DUE TO HIGH INTEREST LEVELS Technical Officer (Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedics) HEW 5, $64,964 - $74,622. This is a Part Time (25.725 hours per week) Continuing Position.
Be part of a team that takes pride in facilitating the learning experience for our diverse range of students Deliver high quality nursing, midwifery and paramedics technical support and advice to our undergraduate students and teaching staff. Use your skills and experience as an Enrolled or Registered Nurse in a busy and vibrant tertiary education environment. About the Role The overall purpose of the Technical Officer (Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine) is to be responsible for providing and applying specialised technical, procedural and experiential knowledge of health practices to a wide range of procedures and interrelated situations within the nursing, midwifery and paramedicine clinical laboratories and simulated learning environment.
The position services both Higher Education and Victoria Polytechnic as required. About the Person You will be working in the Technical Services department at Victoria University. The department is a shared service providing support to the University Colleges and Victoria University Polytechnic (VU’s TAFE division).
This role provides services into both sectors as required. Your experience and knowledge of the diverse areas within the nursing, midwifery and paramedics industries, along with your commitment to providing a positive student experience will assist you in delivering on Victoria University’s vision to empower a diverse community of students, to grow their capabilities and transform their lives. Duties An example of duties you may perform will include: Set up and monitor the clinical laboratories equipment, teaching models, stock and health care supplies, using prescribed lists and in a timely fashion, to ensure smooth running of all teaching activities, including the modification of the clinical learning laboratories and teaching space to meet specified requirements of a variety of teaching activities.
Maintain at all times, the clinical laboratory equipment and teaching models in operating order according to the manufacturers’ instructions to ensure equipment is available and in good working order at all times. Observe Occupational Health and Safety Regulations with regard to storage, maintenance and disposal of all equipment, chemicals and pharmaceutical products used in the laboratories and contribute to the development of Safe Operating Procedures for laboratory equipment. Skills & Expertise A full list of selection criteria is available in the Position Description Applicants must be registered as a Registered or Enrolled Nurse or be eligible to be registered as such.
Applicant must have a proven ability to plan, prioritise and coordinate the operation of the clinical and technical requirements of simulated learning environments and skills practice sessions. Benefits Salary sacrific....