4 Ability to work independently without close supervision as required Key

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4. Ability to work independently, without close supervision, as required. Key Position Functions Professional Practice: - Maintain awareness of current legislation to ensure compliance with all statutory and regulatory obligations. - Ensure care is evidence-based and delivered using clinical guidelines and practice to underpin competency. - Use health literacy principles to lead patient education, community health and outreach programs as well as health promotion initiatives. - Practice within the organisation’s policy and nursing standards and codes. - Undertake continuing professional development. - Review systems and procedures to ensure efficient and accessible care.
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- Provide leadership to the nursing team and other staff. - Provide direct and indirect supervision to ENs within the organisation. Clinical Nursing Care: - Provide proficient, evidence-based chronic disease management. - Conduct preventative screening. - Demonstrate organisational values including respect, dignity and cultural safety. - Plan and manage patient care in consultation with medical staff and act as patient advocate. - Coordinate care in collaboration with other providers. - - Share innovative practice and work as an integrated and highly effective member of the primary health care team. Key Selection Criteria 1. Demonstrated clinical knowledge and relevant experience 2. Demonstrated strong self-management skills 3. Demonstrated flexibility to adapt to unexpected changes 4. Effective communication skills 5. Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively as a member of team OHS Requirement Promote and contribute to a safe, secure environment for staff, clients and visitors. Attend Fire and evacuation drills and training. Terms and Conditions of Employment Full time position – shift work will apply and the right person must be available to work all shift. 4.Identify at least one specialist who may be able to assist in the recruitment and selection process.
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5. Agree a time and place to meet with your assessor. Prepare to discuss: The staffing plan and internal and external requirements, such as adherence to relevant legislation State Legislation: Equal Opportunity Act 1984 Industrial Relations Act 1979 Workplace Agreements Act 1993 Minimum Terms of Employment Act 1993 Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 Age Discrimination Act Commonwealth Legislation: Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Act 1999 Disability Discrimination Act 1992 Sex Discrimination Act 1984 Racial Discrimination Act 1975 Your planned use of specialists who may assist you.
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