Nurse Practitioner | Primary Health

Mars Healthcare is in search for an experienced Nurse Practitioner to join a reputable Primary Health organisation based in Perth.
About you
You will be someone who has a passion and drive for delivering high quality care services to residents within the facility. You will be able to work alongside a GP and be able to answer questions and provide information to the patients. 
Duties will include:
Providing diagnostic investigations, prescribing relevant medication and managing health care plans Liaise with other health professionals on a daily basis regarding patients, records and medical supplies. Providing interventions, treatments and therapies such as medications, and monitoring responses to treatments. Ordering & interpretation of diagnostic tests Update patient records and check records for accuracy at each patient appointment
Skills required
AHPRA registration Hold a Masters in Nursing Have excellent communication skills both written and verbal Ability to work independently Have a current WA driving licence
What's on Offer?
This role is to commence immediately and will continue for approximately two weeks, with a view to extension. In return you can expect a pay rate of $65.00 per hour + Flights + Accommodation.
If you feel this is the position for you, then please click the 'APPLY' button without delay or contact Ceri Hoult on *****93 + click to reveal / ***** + click to reveal
We are seeking competent CT radiographers to join radiology groups in Perth. Positions are available across Perth and in different seniority level. No matter you are seeking a position that will offer further training or let you implement your management skills, we have something for you!   
Become a valued member of the team and enjoy a great work/life balance as well as being rewarded generously.
Multiple positions available. and are based in different part of Perth. You most likely will find a position that will be close to your home!!
The Company 
We have positions in hospitals community clinics. You will provide multi-modality diagnostic imaging services (X-ray, DEXA, and CT) to inpatients and outpatients. 
The Role
Work with a team of technicians with Radiologists on site always.  Strong CT experience is highly desirable. Permanent Position, full time or par time.  Focus on quality and professionalism. Training and Support of Junior Staff member. Immediate start available. Monday - Friday only. 
Essential Criteria
1 year + experience in CT AHPRA Registration Australian Residency or a valid visa Excellent communication, presentation and time management skills Energy and enthusiasm Sound judgment and decision making, and A commitment to outstanding patient care, Apply now!
To discuss this exciting opportunity or any of our great range of opportunities throughout Australia and New Zealand, please contact Cathy in complete confidence on:  *****66 + click to reveal or register your interest by emailing me your CV to ***** + click to reveal
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Julie Warner Health has a number of temporary and permanent roles for Radiographers currently available throughout Australia and New Zealand, and the potential to provide you with your perfect job.  Please do not hesitate to contact us straight away to find out more about this role and others that might be of interest to you.  Visit our website at to see what is available now!! 
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Mount Lawley Physiotherapy and Podiatry are a fast-growing business located on buzzing Beaufort street. We are currently in need of a Podiatrist to join our team. The position available is part time, hours available are Tuesday mornings and Thursday nights with the ability to expand. Position to commence as soon as possible. Commission based pay - be rewarded for your hard work!
·         Grow and manage a client base
·         Team work with multi-disciplinary team members
·         Correspondence with GPs and other referrers
·         Marketing
·         Social media
·         Basic clinic duties

Skills and Experience:
·         Bachelor in Podiatry
·         Minimum 1 year experience as a Podiatrist, however new graduates will be considered
·         AHPRA registration
·         Professional Indemnity Insurance
Dry Needling and Joint Mobilisation experience Ability to use a 3D scanner for orthotic manufacturing
·         Strong ability to build rapport
Please email a detailed cover letter and resume to ***** + click to reveal
We look forward to working with you!
About the business
This hospital is private/public partnership with the WA goverment and a first class provider of health care in Australia. The job presents you with immediate or long term opportunities to develop a private practise as they provide the entity and facility to do both public and private work. 
About the role
This Consultant Psychiatry position is 100% Adult Inpatient with an obligation to provide minimal secondery consultation cover for the on site Emergency Department.  You will join a small team of Consultant Psychiatrists strongly supported by a well resourced and excellent group of Senior Medical Officers. 
Benefits and perks
Work in metropolitan public health service context with full access to private practise and ability to negotiate FTE to augment your earnings even more. DWS within a major metropolitan environment. Great job scope across the department. Short commute from central perth by car or train. Skills and experience
You will be FRANZCP (or close) or be a Consultant Psychiatry who completed their specialist training in countries of comparable training: New Zealand, UK, Ireland, Canada or USA. If you are an overseas trained Psychiatrist you must have minimum of three years work experience after the completion of your specialist training and have completed a formal post in CAMHS in your basic or advanced training. You will have significant experience in Adult Psychiatry and be comfortable in an Inpatient context. You will be comfortable assisting in on call with ED and Old Age Psychiatry.
Please contact Alasdair Spinner on *****76 + click to reveal or ***** + click to reveal
An exciting opportunity exists to join the dynamic team of our boutique dental practice which we are looking to expand.
As a Dental assistant/Front office co-ordinator you will be responsible for helping deliver superior care to the patients or our practice.  Our philosophy is to provide our patients with both an excellent clinical outcome as well as an exceptional customer service experience.  If you have a warm and friendly disposition, superior communication skills, a commitment to excellence, initiative and a drive, a willingness to "go the extra mile" and a sense of fun, then we'd love to hear from you.
The right applicant will find the position immensely rewarding and stimulating.  The successful applicant will be groomed, be able to solve problems and work both independently and as part of a small team.  Dental experience is essential and we are committed to finding the right person to join our team.
The position is a Part time role (with the opportunity to increase hours if desired) and has a generous remuneration package for the successful applicant.
The Company
We are a Family run Privately Owned Dental surgery in East Perth.  We have a strong customer service focus and we like to offer our patients the best possible experience at our Clinic.
The Role
We are looking for a Dental Assistant/Front Office Coordinator that can look after our patients and help us create an unbelievable experience for them. We are a customer service focused business and expect high standards from our team in this regard.
This can lead to a Part time/permanent contract after a successful 3 month probationary period.
Key Duties
•       Assisting The Dentist when required
•       Provide exceptional customer service
•       Manage the Appointment Book and Active Maintenance / Recall System
•       Identify, review and trouble-shoot operational front desk issues
•       Accurate billing and accounts management.
Experience, Skills & Attributes:
•       Outstanding telephone, communication and customer service skills.
•       A passion for people and a personable approach.
•       A positive and professional attitude.
•       Excellent presentation and a professional manner.
•       A history of working successfully as part of a team.
•       Flexible and self - motivated.
•       Appointment booking and optimization skills.
•       Patient treatment presentation skills.
•       Dental software experience (preferably EXACT)
Job Starting ASAP, days and hours are negotiable 

If you're looking to be part of a fun and professional team, we would like to hear from you!  Please email a cover letter, your resume and copies of qualifications and certificates directly to
Heidi Mendelsohn
Practice Manager and Owner
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The Podiatry role comprises of a mixed client load with varied clinical conditions. The role duties are mentioned below:
·       A thorough examination, assessment and management of clients condition and
·       To apply and implement evidence based practice in treatment of client's condition.
·       To be able to conduct diabetes foot checks for the clients referred under chronic disease management plan
·       To ethically and professionally deliver a high standard of service to the clients.
·       To record and maintain comprehensive treatment notes.
·       To work as a part of the team and be respectful and courteous to everyone at all times
·       To provide podiatric treatment including nail surgery
·       Provide wound care
·       To keep up to date with latest research and endeavour to regular professional development
·       To maintain goodwill and rapport with the clients to maintain a continuity in the relationship.
To promote self-efficacy and empower clients to be partners in their care plans.
·       Be passionate about what they do.
·       AHPRA registration
·       Proactive and take pride in delivering excellent service
·       Be courteous, ethical and polite at all times to everyone
Applicants are encouraged to send their CV via email to Human Resource Manager . The email address is ***** + click to reveal
Fresh graduates are welcome to apply.
This Opportunity
We are seeking suitably qualified and experienced staff to join our MHSS team on a casual basis, working across all of our sites (Kelmscott, Middle Swan, Stirling and Bentley).Recovery Workers provide support to the residents on site in working towards their own and each other's recovery.  This includes supporting individual recovery plans with residents and supporting residents to effectively function within groups which form the basis of the program.  Recovery Workers are expected to participate in the program to the same degree as residents, given that the program is conducted on recovery principles of collaboration and peer support.
We are seeking applicants who have the ability to articulate what constitutes personal recovery.  They should have demonstrated capacity to work in an environment where residents may express themselves in ways that are challenging for staff and other residents. 
This is an opportunity to join a service that is embedding a highly innovative approach to recovery practice.   You will receive comprehensive training and support as part of working within the MHSS program.
What We Offer
As an employee of St Bart's we offer a supportive working environment and a competitive salary as well as access to attractive salary sacrifice benefits.  Professional development is encouraged and all staff have access to a comprehensive in-house training program. 
How to Apply
Please visit and review the Job Description for this vacancy.  In order to apply, please submit:
Completed Job Application Form (on our website) Resume Statement Addressing Job Criteria (listed in the Job Description)
Applications should be emailed to Jakky Keenan ***** + click to reveal
More Information
For queries about applying please contact:
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For more information about this role please contact:
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About the Company:  
Our client is a well-respected Western Australian not for profit organisation that has been providing disability, accommodation and individualised services to the community for over 20 years. This dynamic organisation employs over 120 staff and provides services throughout the Perth metropolitan area.
About the Role: 
This role offers an exciting mix of hands on, client-centered practice coupled with contribution to the strategic direction of the organisation. The role is challenging, fast paced and at times unpredictable. Key responsibilities include; growing the program to meet increased client demand, ensuring the delivery of person-centred service focused on achieving client outcomes, leading team of isolated workers to perform as a cohesive unity, ensuring the ongoing financial viability of service provision and compliance with relevant industry standards, legislation and regulations. You will also play a key role in supporting clients and their families to navigating the new NDIS funding system.
Job Requirements: 
To secure this excellent opportunity, you will have demonstrated experience in service or program management within the disability sector, knowledge of the community servicesincluding contemporary issues, legislation and regulatory compliance and an understanding of human rights-based approaches in disability. In addition, you will have a track record in managing and developing high performing, outcomes focused teams, highly developed interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills and experience in financial management and budgeting, ideally supported by tertiary qualifications in a health-related discipline.
In return, you will receive an attractive remuneration package, motor vehicle, access to salary packaging and the satisfaction of working with an organisation that assists West Australians in need.
How to Apply:  
To apply for this opportunity, please submit a Resume in MS Word format. Click the 'Apply' link on SEEK or apply via our website 'Vacancies' page at: 
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We are currently seeking Mental Health Social Workers, Registered Psychologists and Occupational Therapists for  short term Mental Health contracts throughout outback and regional Western Australia. Contracts range from three to six-months.
Accommodation and Travel Subsidised
Junior and Senior Positions available
Adult & Child & Adolescent
Full registration with relevant body (AHPRA / AASW) Unrestricted Australian working rights Minimum two years’ experience in Mental Health
Child & Adolescent Mental Health / Child & Youth Mental Health Adult Community Mental Health Emergency / Triage Mental Health
Regional, Rural and Remote areas of Western Australia and Queensland
If you are interested in hearing more about these roles, please email your CV through to the following contact details:
Jackie Smythe
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We are seeking a Registered Nurse for a Child & Adolescent Community Mental Health contract role in Outback / Regional Western Australia.
$75,000 - $108,000 + Super
Subsidised Accommodation and travel provided
full-time hours, 13 week contracts

The successful applicant will provide clinical services to acute care clients throughout the catchment area - case management and assessment.
Duties include:
Assessment, treatment, diagnosis, case management and triage Dealing clinical cases and clients Working alongside the local Indigenous communities
Essential Criteria: Registered Nurse (with AHPRA registration) A minimum of one year's experience specifically in field of Child and Adolescent Mental Health (preferably community mental health) Current Australian working rights and a full driver's licence
If you are interested in this position please phone *****85 + click to reveal or email 
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We are currently seeking Mental Health Registered Nurses short term Mental Health contracts throughout outback and regional Western Australia. Contracts range from three to six-months.
Accommodation and Travel Subsidised
Junior and Senior Positions available
Adult & Child & Adolescent
Full registration with relevant body (AHPRA / AASW) Unrestricted Australian working rights Minimum two years’ experience in Mental Health
Child & Adolescent Mental Health / Child & Youth Mental Health Adult Community Mental Health Adult Inpatient Mental Health Emergency / Triage Mental Health Registered Nurse to Clinical Nurse Specialist / Consultant Mental Health Clinician to SRN3
Regional, Rural and Remote areas of Western Australia and Queensland
If you are interested in hearing more about these roles, please email your CV through to the following contact details:
Jackie Smythe
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About Guardian Workplace Rehab:
Guardian Workplace Rehab is a newly established boutique workplace rehabilitation provider in Perth We work closely with treating medical practitioners and alongside Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation and Guardian Occupational Physio to achieve positive return to work outcomes for injured workers This is an exciting opportunity to work with a supportive, highly driven and passionate team and to be involved in the evolution of this new service
About the Role:
We are looking for a full time Senior Rehabilitation Consultant The role will involve providing expert return to work services for workers with Workers' Compensation or MVA injuries, as well as specific services including Ergonomic Assessments and Workplace Assessment  Exciting career growth and leadership opportunities Excellent professional development support Attractive remuneration package, including a fully funded company vehicle, mobile and tablet
About You:
Minimum of 3 years workplace rehabilitation experience Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy or Exercise Physiology AHPRA registration or ESSA accreditation  Passionate and driven with strong problem solving, communication and leadership skills
If you are interested in joining the Guardian team, please submit your resume and cover letter. Please contact Jo Stanes on *****05 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
The Role 
Fantastic opportunity available for an experienced Renal Nurse, who is seeking their next contract position in an outback renal unit.
You will be an integral part of the team, working under the NUM and alongside a team of highly skilled RN's and CN's, on a 7 day rotating roster.
The role offers the opportunity to join dynamic and thriving team, that is making a real difference to the community.
Based within a regional township in the Northern Territory, which is known for its rich culture and outback charm. If you enjoy the great outdoors, there is lots to do including walking trails, fishing, swimming and 4WD.
The community has all your needed amenities including; shops, hospital, bottle shop and basic clothing stores. For families there is both primary and high schools locally.  The town has a fantastic community feel with friendly and very warm locals. 
The Criteria
In order to be successful for this position, you must meet the following criteria:
• Bachelor of Nursing, or equivalent
• Current AHPRA Registration 
• Post graduate in Renal Studies (preferred)
• Min of 3 years' experience | Including Fresenius 
• Full working rights in Australia (Sponsorship will not be provided) 
The Benefits
• Salary up $85,904 + Super and Penalty Rates
• Accommodation & Travel provided
• Career development opportunities 
• Salary packaging available 
Apply Now 
To apply for this great opportunity, simply click apply or email a current resume to ***** + click to reveal
Alternatively call "Janine Johnson" today on Tel: *****29 + click to reveal for a friendly and confidential chat.
A unique opportunity to work with an industry leader.
About Us
As the pioneer in providing peer-led HIV, STI and BBV testing in Australia, the M Clinic aims to achieve a decrease in the prevalence, transmission and impact of HIV, sexually transmitted infections and other blood-borne viruses within the diverse communities of men who have sex with other men (MSM) living in WA. The flagship project by the WA AIDS Council has proved exceptionally successful, resulting in its model being replicated across Australia with peer-led testing sites opening in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland.
The WA AIDS Council is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people Living with HIV, people of diverse sexuality and/or gender and people with disabilities.
About the Role
An exciting opportunity exists for a Registered Nurse to join our team to provide services for MSM. The specific goal of this position is to provide HIV, STI and BBV testing, education, treatment, vaccination, referrals, clinical follow-up, and undertake related administrative duties at the M Clinic.
The position is part of a multi-disciplinary team that integrates medical, public health and health promotion approaches in the operation of a community-based and peer-led sexual health clinic for gay men and other men who have sex with men. The Registered Nurse will provide clinical skills and work in consultation with Clinical Nurse Consultants, Medical Officers, Consultant Clinicians, and non-clinical staff.
The position is offered as a part time, 8 days a fortnight (0.8 FTE) position. The standard working week for this position is 30 hours, and afternoon shifts are required. This position is Nurses Award 2010 - Level 2. Salary range; $55k-58k p.a. pro rata, plus superannuation, penalty rates and salary packaging.
To be successful in this role you will have:
·       Well-developed interpersonal skills, verbal communication skills and empathy;
·       Ability to effectively work as part of a busy team;
·       An understanding of the diverse health and wellbeing needs of MSM, especially in regards to HIV, STIs and BBVs.
Why work with us?
You will be working with a great team for a meaningful purpose, based in a central location, in an organisation that highly values providing all team members with professional development, flexible working conditions and excellent support. We also offer attractive salary packaging benefits.
How to apply
Before applying, you are encouraged to contact the Manager to discuss the position. To apply, please email us to receive an application pack.
Applications close at 5pm on Friday 11thMay 2018.
M Clinic contact person:
Simon Swallow
Acting-Manager, M Clinic
Phone: (08)…show number
Email: sswallow@…show email
SSJG Ministries Inc. is seeking a Casual Personal Carer to work in its low care residential facility in West Leederville.
Your role is to ensure that a high level of direct care of our Sisters is met. You will be required to provide support to other care staff and participate in the continuous quality improvement process for clinical systems in collaboration with the Care Coordinator.
Position requirements:
A strong track record of Aged Care experience as a Carer within Australia Able to relate to elderly people with empathy, particularly those with dementia Residency and permission to work in Australia (Sponsorship is not available) Be able to deliver the highest standard of care to our clients A flexible approach to working hours Current national police clearance

Post graduate certificate in Aged Care or equivalent Willing to undertake further professional development opportunities
Competitive remuneration Supportive and caring environment Career progression opportunities Free Parking onsite Availability of salary sacrifice and other benefits
Please send your resume and covering letter to the following email address convent.reception@…show email.
We thank you in advance for your application, however only those successful in gaining an interview will be contacted.
The team at Dental EST are dedicated to outstanding patient care and service. Two positions have become available for talented dentists to join us on a full or part time basis. Immediate start for a Dentist to take over existing patient base and continue to grow with the practice.. 
About the practice
Modern clinics located in Perth's North/East  Invisalign Provider Fully computerised State of the art technology Digital X-ray, OPG, rotary endodontics and more Highly skilled support staff Vibrant and energetic team
About the position
Flexible days  Practice all round general dentistry including oral surgery, restorative, fixed and removable pros, implants and complex aesthetic and functional rehabilitation. With the support of our dedicated Hygiene department, dentists can focus on restorative and surgery while patients receive optimal oral health maintenance. Excellent remuneration  Mentorship and regular professional development activities (CPD points) provided. Periodically, the practice sponsors selected dentists for their CPD courses in Perth and interstate. 
The successful applicant will display
Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills A positive attitude with enthusiasm to continually learn and evolve with future trends Being reliable and a 'can-do' attitude A caring and empathetic personality Ability to work within set systems and practice protocols A high standard of clinical competence including infection control, record keeping, comprehensive diagnosis and treatment planning high morals and work ethic Invisalign experience is highly favourable Passion for providing excellent dental care with a long term focus  
This is a fantastic opportunity with very high earning potential for someone who loves dentistry and has the motivation to succeed.
Erosin Mullaj
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Procare Group is an established & growing provider of insurance industry services, with key customers incl. major insurers & ASX 100 corporations. Our company has expanded to a National platform. Our services currently include Injury Management, Investigations & Surveillance, Claims & Risk, Training & Recruitment. 
Our success is reflected in our strong client base, sustained growth & excellent staff retention, affording a positive combination of job security and career progression.
We offer a real & demonstrated commitment to flexibility & to tailor roles to suit the strengths, interests & life stage of our staff, in order to reward & retain our committed performers. 
We offer higher than market remuneration, a positive & friendly working culture and the opportunity to develop & diversify according to your interests.  
Due to ongoing business growth we are currently seeking an experienced Provisionally or Registered Psychologist, experienced in WorkCover WA and Comcare case management who is interested in developing and leading workplace psychological rehabilitation services. 
The role also requires:
Provision of other psychological vocational rehabilitation services related to WorkCover WA and Comcare specialisation and demonstrated capacity; A high level of customer service; Professional consultancy services as they arise.
Our Ideal Candidate
Psychologist (Provisionally registered or Registered);  An ability to accept and drive accountability for yourself; An ability to meet time-frames & deadlines; Well-developed organisational, oral and written communication skills; Excellent Microsoft Office skills; Great customer focus and dedication; A genuine commitment to continuous improvement; Friendly attitude & team player; A respectful and professional approach in all interactions and dealings.
We offer:
Excellent remuneration and a generous incentive program; Genuine commitment to your work life balance; Work with prestigious clients incl ASX 100 companies; Real career progression & diversification; The opportunity to make your mark in the industry; Ongoing opportunities for career progression on a local and national level.
For more information contact Cheryl Metcalfe - National Recruitment Manager ***** + click to reveal or see our website careers page
Vivir Healthcare are seeking Registered Nurses or Allied Health Professionals with strong experience managing Dementia in Aged Care Facilities or in the Community setting.
Our clinicians are a dedicated team of passionate and caring practitioners who have a genuine desire to improve the outstanding support to their elderly patients.
You will be working closely with patients on a high care level of Dementia to improve quality of life.
What this role can offer you:
• Excellent education
• Competitive pay rates
• Flexible working conditions
• Future career progression
Your responsibilities will include:
• Linking clients, facilities, and families to suitable resources
• Evaluate individual circumstances and make suggestions on ways to improve quality of life for clients
• Triage assessments and behaviours of concern
• Travel to Aged Care facilities and Community locations
To be eligible you will need the following:
• APRHA registration
• Full, valid Driver License
• Strong experience managing complex Dementia behaviours
• Person centred approach
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
Please direct CVs and queries to Kate Kubus on ***** + click to reveal
Radiographer Permanent Full Time Position Available | 76 Hours per Fortnight |Salary range $83,419 - $99,268
(Please note the salary range is based on full time hours and is dependent upon experience)
Hospital Profile
Hollywood Private Hospital is a modern, acute care hospital in Nedlands and enjoys a strong reputation for excellence in patient care. With 738 licensed beds, Hollywood Private Hospital is the State’s largest private hospital based on bed numbers. The hospital employs over 2,000 people and has more than 700 accredited specialists working across a wide range of disciplines including cardiology, gastroenterology, general medicine, general surgery, neurosurgery, oncology, orthopaedics, palliative care, psychiatry, rehabilitation and urology.
For more information on the hospital please visit
Position Profile
In this position you will contribute as part of a multi-disciplinary team in the delivery of high quality care to patients and clients who access angiography service, providing clinical and provisional support to other team members in the angiography suite.
Essential Criteria
Relevant qualifications in Radiography and completion of PDY AIR accreditation Minimum of two years Radiography experience Registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency Radiation license Effective communication and interpersonal skills Proven ability to work effectively in a team environment and independently as required.
Desirable Criteria
Experience working in a catheterisation laboratory / angiography suite A working knowledge of angiography
For More Information
Please contact Yolandi Theron, Medical Imaging Technology Manager on *****48 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal
How To Apply
Please complete an online application form, attach a CV and cover letter via our Amazing Careers website
Closing Date: 5pm, Friday 18 May 2018
  Alexandra Lee
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Position Number: *****87 + click to reveal
We are seeking to appoint a suitably experienced and enthusiastic person to the position of Nurse Unit Manager. The Nurse Unit Manager is a senior registered nurse responsible for leading and managing nursing to deliver evidence based care to achieve optimal patient outcomes within allocated resources.
The Nurse Unit Manager is accountable for improving and maintaining standards, developing solutions and delivering outcomes consistent with service and organisational imperatives and targets.
As a key leader in the interdisciplinary team, the Nurse Unit Manager will ensure that the unit meets the requirement for delivery of a patient centered service against key performance indicators: quality, budget, human resources and professional development.
Selection Criteria:
Please see the Job Description Form available online at
For Further Job Related Information:
We encourage you to contact Jill Spears on *****22 + click to reveal.
Applicants are requested to apply online at 
- Part time role, 22.8 hours per week
- Maximum term role, 12 month appointment
- Cottesloe location
The Role
Play a key role in supporting Red Cross current and future clients eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to maximise their support budgets in order to reach individual goals. Essential to this role will be the ability to enable participants of NDIS to maximise the value for money they receive from their supports and genuinely exercise choice and control. You will represent Red Cross while liaising with providers in the disability sector in WA on behalf of the organisation, clients and their families, in order to ensure a successful navigation of the NDIS. You will also support Red Cross in continual process and service delivery improvement in order to meet client needs within the NDIS.
About you
A proven detailed understanding of NDIS legislation, rules, Price Guide and flexibility within a budget and experience in case coordination, in particular coordinating access to services is essential. Demonstrated experience supporting clients with a range of individual needs, including previous experience with Red Cross client groups including children with complex disabilities, newly arrived migrants and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is also required.
For further information contact Aoife Field on 08 9…show number or refer to the position description below.
 NDIS Support Coordinator PD.pdf