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Hepatology Clinical Nurse

Apply now Job no: 688032
Work type: Part time
Location: Adelaide CBD
Categories: Nursing/Midwifery

  • Central Adelaide Local Health Network - The Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Indicative Total Remuneration  RN-2   $87,817/$112,041  (pro rata) 
  • Permanent part-time working 32 hours per week

 

Provide nursing and/or midwifery services in a variety of health service settings which has been consolidated by experience and/or further study with staff at this level developing from competent to proficient practitioners.  Accepts accountability for their own practice standards, activities delegated to others and the guidance and development of less experienced staff.

The Clinical Nurse role at this level continues to be predominantly clinical in nature; and is assigned a chronic liver disease portfolio. Provides nursing care management for people affected by chronic liver disease.  Provides information and education at on chronic liver disease.  The allocation of portfolio responsibilities should be negotiated with each employee and be consistent with the career development plan for the employee as determined by their performance review/development plan.

The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role. 

Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.

Download File 688032 Hepatology Clinical Nurse.pdf

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