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Do you have a passion for educating health professionals! Are you looking for a new experience in developing online content or would you like to nationally showcase your skills in this area?

This role could be for you!

Commencing mid-late December, you could be working closely with the Professional Services and Education Manager, and the Education Reference Group, at ADEA to identify and meet the educational needs of members. This position will be responsible for managing and developing diabetes education and management related eLearning resources, facilitating the endorsement of external educational activities, facilitate the accreditation of post graduate diabetes education courses delivered at a number of universities and support other educational activities.

Click here to view the full position description

Send you expression of interest with current CV to Rachel.Freeman@adea.com.au by 30th November 2020.

 

About the business

Inkerman Medical group is a longstanding accredited medical practice in the heart of St. Kilda East. We are a noncorporate, friendly practice with 8 GP’s, fully equipped treatment room, allied health and on-site pathology. We pride ourselves in giving comprehensive care to all our patients.

About the role

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a nursing professional to commence as a Diabetes Educator within our friendly Allied Health team on a contractor basis. This role is essential to providing high quality, patient focused diabetes education to patients and a multi-disciplinary approach to achieve best patient outcomes.

The successful candidate will have:

Visit website

To apply https://www.seek.com.au/job/50948612

 

Closing date: 27 November, 2020

Sydney Endocrinology is an established and growing multidisciplinary
endocrinology group on Sydney’s North Shore which is a field leader in diabetes
management. Due to the opening of our new location near the SAN Hospital
Wahroonga, a newly created and flexible permanent part-time position has
become available working initially for one day and increasing up to 24 hours per
week for the right candidate.

We are a privately owned specialist Endocrinology practice lead by a highly respected
Endocrinologist. Our collaborative Sydney Endocrinology team currently consists of 9
Endocrinologists, 2 Dietitians, Diabetes Educator and a Clinical Psychologist who are
all dedicated to ensuring patients receive welcoming, exceptional and compassionate
care. We value quality and innovation in our day-to-day practice.

The new Diabetes Educator will work between our two beautifully appointed North
Sydney and, about-to-be opened, Wahroonga clinics. We are seeking someone to
play a valued part of our multi-disciplinary team who is a passionate, skilled and
motivated educator to provide individualised quality care for patients with type 1, type
2 and gestational diabetes.

Your key responsibilities will include:
• Applying knowledge of best practice treatment, management and care of people
with pre-diabetes and diabetes
• Applying evidence based education and self-management skills, interventions and
techniques to improve outcomes for people with diabetes
• Working within an inter-disciplinary diabetes team to tailor interventions and
provide self-management skills to maximise health outcomes for individuals living
with, or at risk of developing, diabetes meeting their education needs.
• Being motivated to continue your own professional development
If you are someone who is positive and resilient with highly developed interpersonal
skills and able to demonstrate high levels of initiative and drive, then this is a position
where your contribution will be valued.

Essential Criteria:
• Registered Nurse with AHPRA
• ADEA member
• CDE or working towards CDE qualifications
• Minimum of level 1 CDE as outlined in the National competencies for Credentialed
Diabetes Educators.
• Midwifery qualification would be highly regarded
Remuneration is dependent on level of experience.

Please note: The role is to be based out of the above practice locations and is not
able to be worked remotely.

Kindly submit your resume with a cover letter addressed to the Business Manager
outlining how you meet the role requirements and please include responses to the
following questions in your cover letter :
1. How many years experience do you have as a Diabetes Educator?
2. Provide an example of how you have contributed to a multidisciplinary team?
3. Details of any ongoing professional development
Closing Date: 5pm Friday, 27th November

Contact Person: Georgie Barnum – Business Manager
email: practicemanager@sydneyendocrinology.com.au

Salary Range: $40 – $45 ph based on experience
Working Hours: Flexible hours in-line with Drs consultation schedules to be discussed
with the right candidate. Initially Monday/ Wednesdays but to be
confirmed.

 

Closing date: 27 November, 2020

We are seeking an experienced Diabetes Nurse Educator, who is passionate about improving the lives of clients who have Diabetes.

The Opportunity

We are a large multi-site Community Health Service, who pride ourselves in delivering integrated and high quality care to our community. The role of Diabetes Nurse Educator forms an integral part of a large multidisciplinary team including Podiatry, Dietetics, Physiotherapy and a number of other allied health and community services.

An important aspect of this role is direct involvement in the IDEAS Clinic – a specialist clinic that is run in partnership with Eastern Health. You will have the opportunity to work alongside Endocrinologists at the weekly clinic run from our Doncaster site, as well as provide individual 1:1 services for clients seeking support with their Diabetes management.

The role is supported by the Manager of Podiatry, Dietetics and Diabetes Nurse Education, and works closely alongside another DNE. This is a wonderful opportunity to work in a dynamic team and setting.

Responsibilities

Skills & Experience

Culture & Benefits

People love working at Access Health & Community because we offer:

About Access Health & Community

We are a not for profit community health organization operating in twelve locations across Melbourne. With caring at our centre, our mission is to build healthier lives together with our communities and deliver excellent health services for all. AccessHC delivers medical, health and community services for all ages. We employ over 250 employees across Eastern Melbourne.

To Apply

Please submit your application including your resume and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria to recruitment@accesshc.org.au

Please refer to the position description on the website for the key selection criteria and further information: https://accesshc.org.au/careers/.

Access Health and Community is a Child Safe Organization. Access Health and Community actively encourages applications from Aboriginal peoples and people from a culturally and/or linguistically diverse background

For further information contact:

Anna Stybowski

Manager of Podiatry, Dietetics and Diabetes Nurse Education

P: 0422 222 612

Email: Anna.Stybowski@accesshc.org.au

 

Closing date: 25th November 2020

Position Title: Clinical Nurse Consultant – Diabetes Services

Requisition: REQ175272

Classification: Clinical Nurse Consultant Grade 2

Remuneration: $59.16 – $60.34 per hour Location: Westmead Hospital

Employment Status: Permanent part time (32hrs per week – 4 days a week)

Contact Name: Ann O’Neill

Email: Ann.ONeill@health.nsw.gov.au

Purpose of position:

The Clinical Nurse Consultant (CNC) provides expert clinical advice to patients, carers and other health care professionals within a defined specialty through the delivery of specialist consultant  service which:

– Develops implements and evaluates care management plans for patients with complex      health needs.

– Provides leadership in the ongoing development of clinical practice.

– Initiates and utilises findings of research in the provision of clinical services.

– Contributes to the development and delivery of specialty related education programs.

– Participates in formal processes for the strategic and operational planning for the clinical service.

Essential Criteria:

Checks: Working with Children Check & National Police Check

Registration: Current Authority to Practice as a Registered Nurse with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (APHRA)

Selection Criteria:

  1. 5 years full time equivalent post registration experience, with at least 3 years full time equivalent experience in the specialty field
  2. Holds approved postgraduate qualifications relevant to the specialty or such other qualifications or experience deemed appropriate by WSLHD
  3. Demonstrated leadership skills and excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
  4. Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and in a multidisciplinary team environment
  5. Extensive understanding of speciality disorders, specifically in areas of Insulin pumps/CGM’s, Type 1 diabetes and Diabetes in pregnancy, and their current management.
  6. Extensive knowledge of good clinical practice, policies and procedure
  7. Proven ability to consult, review, and develop, both new and existing policies and procedures within the relevant speciality
  8. Computer skills including word processing, presentation, spread sheet applications and clinical information systems

Please apply online by visiting the Western Sydney Local Health District Career Portal https://healthnswgov.referrals.selectminds.com/wslhd  and searching for REQ175272

 

Advertising

The ADEA allows organisations to advertise diabetes-related employment on our website for a fee of $165.00 incl GST. Advertisements will be reviewed and approved by ADEA management at their discretion.

To learn more, view our Employment Advertising Guidelines (PDF – 0.14MB).

To order an advertisement, please complete the Employment Advertising Form (Word – 0.30MB) and email your form to inquiries@adea.com.au.

Employment Opportunities

Current Vacancies

  • ADEA Continuing Professional Development Officer (temporary part time)

Do you have a passion for educating health professionals! Are you looking for a new experience in developing online content or would you like to nationally showcase your skills in this area?

This role could be for you!

Commencing mid-late December, you could be working closely with the Professional Services and Education Manager, and the Education Reference Group, at ADEA to identify and meet the educational needs of members. This position will be responsible for managing and developing diabetes education and management related eLearning resources, facilitating the endorsement of external educational activities, facilitate the accreditation of post graduate diabetes education courses delivered at a number of universities and support other educational activities.

Click here to view the full position description

Send you expression of interest with current CV to Rachel.Freeman@adea.com.au by 30th November 2020.

 

  • Diabetes Nurse Educator

About the business

Inkerman Medical group is a longstanding accredited medical practice in the heart of St. Kilda East. We are a noncorporate, friendly practice with 8 GP’s, fully equipped treatment room, allied health and on-site pathology. We pride ourselves in giving comprehensive care to all our patients.

About the role

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a nursing professional to commence as a Diabetes Educator within our friendly Allied Health team on a contractor basis. This role is essential to providing high quality, patient focused diabetes education to patients and a multi-disciplinary approach to achieve best patient outcomes.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Previous experience as a Diabetes Nurse Educator in a Private GP setting
  • Registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency (AHPRA).
  • Credentialed A.D.E.A. member (or working towards)
  • Ability to use his/her initiative, demonstrate reliability and thereby require minimal supervision and guidance.
  • Willing and eager to actively engage with doctors to share knowledge and discuss best patient outcomes
  • Motivated to grow his/her patient base by engaging with potential patients
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Proficient computer skills
  • High levels of organisational skills
  • Ability to work independently and as a team
  • Experience using Medical Director
  • Full Australian work rights
  • Current Working with Children’s Check

Visit website

To apply https://www.seek.com.au/job/50948612

 

  • Credentialled Diabetes Educator (CDE)

Closing date: 27 November, 2020

Sydney Endocrinology is an established and growing multidisciplinary
endocrinology group on Sydney’s North Shore which is a field leader in diabetes
management. Due to the opening of our new location near the SAN Hospital
Wahroonga, a newly created and flexible permanent part-time position has
become available working initially for one day and increasing up to 24 hours per
week for the right candidate.

We are a privately owned specialist Endocrinology practice lead by a highly respected
Endocrinologist. Our collaborative Sydney Endocrinology team currently consists of 9
Endocrinologists, 2 Dietitians, Diabetes Educator and a Clinical Psychologist who are
all dedicated to ensuring patients receive welcoming, exceptional and compassionate
care. We value quality and innovation in our day-to-day practice.

The new Diabetes Educator will work between our two beautifully appointed North
Sydney and, about-to-be opened, Wahroonga clinics. We are seeking someone to
play a valued part of our multi-disciplinary team who is a passionate, skilled and
motivated educator to provide individualised quality care for patients with type 1, type
2 and gestational diabetes.

Your key responsibilities will include:
• Applying knowledge of best practice treatment, management and care of people
with pre-diabetes and diabetes
• Applying evidence based education and self-management skills, interventions and
techniques to improve outcomes for people with diabetes
• Working within an inter-disciplinary diabetes team to tailor interventions and
provide self-management skills to maximise health outcomes for individuals living
with, or at risk of developing, diabetes meeting their education needs.
• Being motivated to continue your own professional development
If you are someone who is positive and resilient with highly developed interpersonal
skills and able to demonstrate high levels of initiative and drive, then this is a position
where your contribution will be valued.

Essential Criteria:
• Registered Nurse with AHPRA
• ADEA member
• CDE or working towards CDE qualifications
• Minimum of level 1 CDE as outlined in the National competencies for Credentialed
Diabetes Educators.
• Midwifery qualification would be highly regarded
Remuneration is dependent on level of experience.

Please note: The role is to be based out of the above practice locations and is not
able to be worked remotely.

Kindly submit your resume with a cover letter addressed to the Business Manager
outlining how you meet the role requirements and please include responses to the
following questions in your cover letter :
1. How many years experience do you have as a Diabetes Educator?
2. Provide an example of how you have contributed to a multidisciplinary team?
3. Details of any ongoing professional development
Closing Date: 5pm Friday, 27th November

Contact Person: Georgie Barnum – Business Manager
email: practicemanager@sydneyendocrinology.com.au

Salary Range: $40 – $45 ph based on experience
Working Hours: Flexible hours in-line with Drs consultation schedules to be discussed
with the right candidate. Initially Monday/ Wednesdays but to be
confirmed.

 

  • Diabetes Nurse Educator, Access Health and Community

Closing date: 27 November, 2020

We are seeking an experienced Diabetes Nurse Educator, who is passionate about improving the lives of clients who have Diabetes.

  • 2 days per fortnight (0. 2 EFT – with potential for growth)
  • Casual
  • Based at our East Doncaster site

The Opportunity

We are a large multi-site Community Health Service, who pride ourselves in delivering integrated and high quality care to our community. The role of Diabetes Nurse Educator forms an integral part of a large multidisciplinary team including Podiatry, Dietetics, Physiotherapy and a number of other allied health and community services.

An important aspect of this role is direct involvement in the IDEAS Clinic – a specialist clinic that is run in partnership with Eastern Health. You will have the opportunity to work alongside Endocrinologists at the weekly clinic run from our Doncaster site, as well as provide individual 1:1 services for clients seeking support with their Diabetes management.

The role is supported by the Manager of Podiatry, Dietetics and Diabetes Nurse Education, and works closely alongside another DNE. This is a wonderful opportunity to work in a dynamic team and setting.

Responsibilities

  • Provide Diabetes Education for clients of Access Health and Community
  • Participate in the IDEAS Clinic on a Tuesday OR Wednesday afternoon – working alongside 2 Endocrinologists and allied health clinicians.
  • Assist the manager in leading service development and quality improvement activities in Diabetes Nurse Education

Skills & Experience

  • Registered Nurse with accreditation in Diabetes Nurse Education
  • Current registration with AHPRA
  • Experience in providing Diabetes Education in a Community Health setting preferred. Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a multidisciplinary team
  • Meets the key selection criteria as outlined in the Position Description.

Culture & Benefits

People love working at Access Health & Community because we offer:

  • Strong supervision framework Commitment to ongoing Professional Development
  • Positive team culture
  • Generous salary packaging opportunities
  • Commitment to work-life balance

About Access Health & Community

We are a not for profit community health organization operating in twelve locations across Melbourne. With caring at our centre, our mission is to build healthier lives together with our communities and deliver excellent health services for all. AccessHC delivers medical, health and community services for all ages. We employ over 250 employees across Eastern Melbourne.

To Apply

Please submit your application including your resume and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria to recruitment@accesshc.org.au

Please refer to the position description on the website for the key selection criteria and further information: https://accesshc.org.au/careers/.

Access Health and Community is a Child Safe Organization. Access Health and Community actively encourages applications from Aboriginal peoples and people from a culturally and/or linguistically diverse background

For further information contact:

Anna Stybowski

Manager of Podiatry, Dietetics and Diabetes Nurse Education

P: 0422 222 612

Email: Anna.Stybowski@accesshc.org.au

 

  • Clinical Nurse Consultant – Diabetes Services

Closing date: 25th November 2020

Position Title: Clinical Nurse Consultant – Diabetes Services

Requisition: REQ175272

Classification: Clinical Nurse Consultant Grade 2

Remuneration: $59.16 – $60.34 per hour Location: Westmead Hospital

Employment Status: Permanent part time (32hrs per week – 4 days a week)

Contact Name: Ann O’Neill

Email: Ann.ONeill@health.nsw.gov.au

Purpose of position:

The Clinical Nurse Consultant (CNC) provides expert clinical advice to patients, carers and other health care professionals within a defined specialty through the delivery of specialist consultant  service which:

– Develops implements and evaluates care management plans for patients with complex      health needs.

– Provides leadership in the ongoing development of clinical practice.

– Initiates and utilises findings of research in the provision of clinical services.

– Contributes to the development and delivery of specialty related education programs.

– Participates in formal processes for the strategic and operational planning for the clinical service.

Essential Criteria:

Checks: Working with Children Check & National Police Check

Registration: Current Authority to Practice as a Registered Nurse with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (APHRA)

Selection Criteria:

  1. 5 years full time equivalent post registration experience, with at least 3 years full time equivalent experience in the specialty field
  2. Holds approved postgraduate qualifications relevant to the specialty or such other qualifications or experience deemed appropriate by WSLHD
  3. Demonstrated leadership skills and excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
  4. Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and in a multidisciplinary team environment
  5. Extensive understanding of speciality disorders, specifically in areas of Insulin pumps/CGM’s, Type 1 diabetes and Diabetes in pregnancy, and their current management.
  6. Extensive knowledge of good clinical practice, policies and procedure
  7. Proven ability to consult, review, and develop, both new and existing policies and procedures within the relevant speciality
  8. Computer skills including word processing, presentation, spread sheet applications and clinical information systems

Please apply online by visiting the Western Sydney Local Health District Career Portal https://healthnswgov.referrals.selectminds.com/wslhd  and searching for REQ175272

 

Advertising

The ADEA allows organisations to advertise diabetes-related employment on our website for a fee of $165.00 incl GST. Advertisements will be reviewed and approved by ADEA management at their discretion.

To learn more, view our Employment Advertising Guidelines (PDF – 0.14MB).

To order an advertisement, please complete the Employment Advertising Form (Word – 0.30MB) and email your form to inquiries@adea.com.au.