Clinical Nurse Educator - Ravenhall Correctional Centre - Part Time 0.4 FTE

Correct Care Australasia

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Full job description
  • Working with a professional, multi-disciplinary team in a unique environment
  • A workplace focused on collaboration and coordinated service delivery
  • Permanent part-time role based at Ravenhall Correctional Centre

About us
Correct Care Australasia is Australia's largest outsourced correctional healthcare provider; operating across all of Victoria's fourteen publicly managed prisons, one private prison, and two youth justice centres. Our vision, to provide 'Healthcare Without Judgement', is the foundation for the outstanding service we provide across a range of health needs for a unique and hard to reach patient group.

The Role
An exciting opportunity is now available for an experienced Clinical Nurse Educator to join our growing team. The role involves promoting best practice through staff development and education to ensure optimal patient outcomes through the utilisation of staff skills based at Ravenhall Correctional Centre. You will develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with clinical and managerial nursing staff to ensure the provision of clinical education services achieve Correct Care's core business of primary health care within both strategic and operational service outcomes.

  • FTE is 0.4 (four shifts per fortnight)

You will work closely with the Senior Clinical Nurse Educator to facilitate training and development within Ravenhall Correctional Centre

Essential experience and attributes include the following (selection criteria):

  • Division 1 Registered Nurse qualification
  • A relevant qualification in adult education, applications who are currently completing or willing to complete this qualification will also be considered 
  • Registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
  • Relevant clinical experience in acute nursing, primary health care and/or mental health
  • Understanding of teaching and learning in the healthcare environment
  • Excellent interpersonal and effective communication skills enabling constructive evaluation of performance and feedback to staff
  • Experience developing, delivering and evaluating education sessions and programs
  • Demonstrated clinical teaching and facilitation skills

Why Correct Care?
Our recent staff survey highlighted some of the reasons we come to work every day:

  • To be non-judgemental, delivering equal care to all
  • Working with a great team
  • Having adequate resources to do the job well
  • To be able to provide care to a vulnerable population
  • Working in a custodial environment which is interesting and challenging

If you are flexible, innovative and passionate about professional development, with full-working rights, we would love to hear from you!
Click apply now!

To obtain a position description please email [email protected] For further information about this role contact Kylie Stockdale on (03) 8363 2688.

Applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (including booster dose) and successfully undergo a police check and a working with children check.
Correct Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Visit our website at www.correctcare.com.au to see a full list of available positions.

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Job details
Date posted
15 Jul 2022
Expiring date
14 Aug 2022
Job mode
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Private business

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