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Clinical Nurse Coordinator - Wellington Sexual Healthon 14 January
Clinical Nurse Coordinator - Wellington Sexual Health
Part time position 0.8 FTE.
Wellington Sexual Health is looking for a Clinical Nurse Specialist to be the Nurse Coordinator of its small friendly multi-disciplinary team.
The Nurse Coordinator works collaboratively with the medical and nursing team to identify and implement initiatives ensuring high standards of quality in nursing. In addition to core nursing functions, the Coordinator participates fully as a member of the Sexual Health administrative team, providing nursing support and leadership, day to day clinical support, outreach, education and policy development.
We are looking for a NZ registered nurse who has the following:
- Current Practicing Certificate
- Proven ability to lead and participate in a multi-disciplinary team environment
- Commitment to ongoing professional and personal development
- Established effective communication skills
- Proven goal setting and problem solving skills
- Strong focus on delivering high quality clinical services using Best Practice approaches and a quality improvement framework
- Commitment to, and working knowledge, of the Treaty of Waitangi and its principles
- General organisational and administrative skills, excellent time management and an ability to prioritise workloads
- Experience in sexual health nursing leadership would be desirable.
If this sounds like you and you are passionate about better sexual health and have the relevant experience, don't delay and get in touch today and apply.
For a job description or to apply please visit: https://compasshealth.recruitmenthub.co.nz/Vacancies
Reference Code: 4988975
Applications close 31 January 2020