Alfred Health is a leader in health care delivery, improvement, research and education. We are the main provider of health services to people living in the inner southeast suburbs of Melbourne, from ambulatory, to inpatient and home and community based services.
part time 48 hours fortnight
Based at The Alfred
Grade 4 Clinical Nurse Coordinator
The Home Haemodialysis Unit educates and supports patients to perform dialysis in their own home. Home based dialysis is known to have better outcomes and allow patients more flexibility in their daily lives.
The Renal Home Haemodialysis Coordinator is part of a team that provides exceptional education, support, and care for patients capable of dialysing at home. The outcomes for the home dialysis unit are reflected by consistently meeting the Department of Health and Alfred Health KPIs and patient feedback. The Renal Home Haemodialysis Coordinator will support the team in continuing to provide care in accordance with unit vision and culture.
The Renal Home Haemodialysis Coordinator is an active member of the home dialysis team and will contribute to quality improvement in all areas of service delivery; the position will also provide support to other staff within the ward environment.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
Registration with Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia via AHPRA
Min 5 years recent renal dialysis nursing experience
Proficiency in clinical nursing assessment skills
Excellent negotiation and interpersonal skills
Ability to work autonomously with efficient time management skills
Ability to adapt best practice health care models into professional nursing practice
Computer literacy – Microsoft Office
Currency in Basic Life Support
Drivers Licence – A current Victorian driver’s licence is required for this position.
All enquiries to Maria Logan on 0488653411
Applications close Thursday, 1st August 2019
Alfred Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged.