Clinical Nurse - Primary Care
Wooroloo, Western Australia, AU, 6158
You are an experienced and passionate Clinical Nurse with advanced s kills in clinical assessment, care planning, review and discharge planning of individual patients. You will have the ability to work collaboratively with other healthcare professionals to deliver quality services and provide risk assessment, individual consultation, information and support for patients. It would be highly advantageous to have a sound knowledge of the principles of prevention and harm minimisation in the forensic setting.
About the Role
You will be responsible for providing comprehensive clinical documentation pertaining to individual consultation and facility requirements. You will use your clinical knowledge and skills to support new staff members, supervise nurses at level 1, Enrolled Nurses and Medication Assistants, and assist in the management of projects aligned with quality improvement and policy development.
This role will require you to manage change and be proactive in uncertain and unpredictable patient’s health situations and work efficiently within the constraints of correctional environments and increasing patient acuity. You will demonstrate ethical and high professional standards and compliance with the Acacia Prison code of conduct and policies.
If you love a change but apprehensive, then we can give you an opportunity to be mentored or to mentor. Join us as we implement our New Health Model you never know it could be your next research project.
This is a permanent full-time position working Monday to Friday with NO NIGHTS. You can also leave your lunchbox at home, we’ll feed you too!!
To be successful in this role, you will have:
This is a position of trust and responsibility and to support this we will conduct a thorough probity assessment as an essential selection component for this role.
We provide safe and secure prison management services across Australia and New Zealand that focus on reducing reoffending. We help prisoners turn their lives around through education, training, rehabilitation and reintegration programs. By reducing reoffending, we help to build safer communities.
At Serco, you’ll be part of a team of more than 50,000 people delivering essential services on behalf of governments and organisations around the world. We apply world's best practice, insights and technology across six key sectors: Citizen Services, Defence, Healthcare, Immigration, Justice and Transport. But no matter your role or where you’re based, we each share the same goal – to bring service to life to make a positive difference every day. To learn more please visit www.serco.com/aspac
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We are committed to diversity and we encourage people from different backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culturally and linguistically diverse and people with disabilities to apply.