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Nursing and Midwifery | Enrolled Nurse

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The Enrolled Nurse works under the direction and supervision of the registered nurse to provide person-centred care in collaboration with individuals and the multidisciplinary health care team to achieve people-focused quality care.

About the role:
The HSSG supports the state’s Health workforce. HSSG provides a variety of nursing, midwifery, allied health, and non-clinical staff to locations across the state’s Health hospitals and facilities. The team supports local communities in maintaining a healthy workforce in a variety of health settings. HSSG provides a unique opportunity to experience remote and regional state with lifestyle and career experience benefits.

Under the supervision of the Allied Health Professional:
● Practice as an Enrolled Nurse per the Nursing Regulator of Australia and framework
● Professional Standards for Practice, Code of Professional Conduct, and Code of Ethics for Nurses, to deliver professional competent care in line with public expectations.
● Accept accountability and responsibility for own actions regarding delegated care, undertake assessment and monitoring when providing nursing care, and contribute to the planning and evaluation of care in collaboration with the registered nurse to achieve expected health and well-being goals.
● Collect and report on individual’s clinical information promptly, maintain confidentiality and accurate health care documentation to ensure necessary information is available to meet legal and ongoing care requirements.
● Work in collaboration with the individual/s and team members to provide a person-centred environment and communicate effectively about nursing outcomes promptly to support the provision of people-focused quality care.
● Perform other job-related duties as directed by the manager or delegate consistent with the Award Classification.

● Development and contribution to a collaborative team environment focused on person-centred care.
● Maintain professional, confidential, and sensitive patient relationships to deliver best practice care.
● To ensure delivery of optimum standards of nursing care that meet patient/client needs and expectations.
● Time management and prioritising competing workload demands.
● Managing change, being proactive in uncertain and unpredictable futures, and working efficiently within the constraints of decreasing length of stay and increasing patient acuity are key responsibilities.

1. Registration as per the Nursing Regulator of Australia and framework
2. Demonstrated experience as an Enrolled Nurse in a clinical setting.
3. Demonstrated effective clinical communication through information technology and written, verbal and interpersonal skills.
4. Understanding of team nursing & demonstrated ability to work effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary health care team.
5. Knowledge of patient safety, quality and risk and contribution to organisational quality and safety initiatives.
6. Willingness to travel to the State’s business and service locations throughout the State will include overnight stays in regional/remote areas. These deployments will make up the majority of your time in the position.

About You:
● Must have the necessary qualifications, such as a Certificate of Health Assistant and relevant Australian qualification or willingness to undertake this training.
● The ability to travel across sites for meetings and clinical care provision.
● Demonstrated previous experience working in a health environment with a range of patient cohorts across inpatient, outpatient and/or community settings.
● Demonstrated effective written and verbal communication skills and highly proficient computer literacy.