After Hours – Clinical Nurse Manager
About the organisation
The Bethesda Clinic, opening in early 2023, will be the first private mental health clinic and service south of the river.
Based in Cockburn, this exciting new offering will be centred on a consumer partnership model, involving experts in their fields, to deliver multidisciplinary care. Architecturally designed and encompassing wellness themes throughout, this state-of-the-art facility will explore new holistic care models through innovation and digitisation.
Mirroring the values that underpin Bethesda Health Care, the Clinic will have a diverse, inclusive and engaged workforce culture with a focus on development opportunities to consistently exceed consumer expectations.
About the role
This position is an integral part of Bethesda Clinic team. They will form part of the leadership team within the clinic and will be responsible for coordinating operations after hours in collaboration with the ward-based shift coordinators,
The After-hours CNM will provide clinical leadership and guidance to clinical staff. They will act as a resource for nursing and other members of the multi-disciplinary team and be a point of escalation for shift coordinators and other health professional as required, including VMOs. They will be responsible for managing clinical incidents that occur and escalating as required, as well as any facility related matters. They will assist the staff to identify and manage clinical risk in line with policy.
The After-hours CNM will be responsible for the management of human resources after hours.
They will work to ensure we deliver exemplary care and treatment that is evidence-based, and are driven to provide the highest quality, safe clinical care for every consumer, every time.
- Enthusiastic individual driven to provide the very best in mental health care, exceeding the expectations of consumers.
- Experience working in an adult inpatient mental health setting, delivering individual and group therapy, that is evidence-based.
- Strong desire to be innovative and work in a digitally enhanced environment.
- Committed to working in a strength based, recovery oriented and trauma-informed way.
- Committed to working in partnership with consumers and, where appropriate, their carers to ensure optimal service provision and outcomes.
Employee benefits include
- Competitive salary and benefits, including salary packaging options.
Flexible working arrangements.
- Contemporary Learning and Development Systems.
- Professional and Personal Development Opportunities.
- Technology rich, state of the art environment.
Close date: 30 January 2023
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