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Clinical Nurse Educator

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Clinical Nurse Educator

Posted 08 March 2024
What is in it for youCompetitive Salary
Job type Permanent

Job description

  • Make a meaningful impact: Help ensure that people in our communities have access to compassionate and quality palliative care.
  • Collaborative environment: Work alongside a supportive multidisciplinary team committed to excellence in care.
  • Career development: Opportunities for ongoing learning and development, including access to workshops and symposia.

This organisation offer a nurturing environment where your dedication is valued, and your skills are continuously honed. Join our supportive team and embark on a journey of personal and professional growth.

Join a supportive team environment with abundant learning opportunities, flexible full-time and part-time roles available, with roster and rotating shifts and an exceptional wellbeing package to support you in your role.

About the company:

They are a local charity committed to providing specialized palliative care services across the wider Wellington region. Their mission is to deliver equitable, compassionate hospice care, free of charge, to patients, whānau, and carers in need.

About the Role:

As a Clinical Nurse Educator, you'll play a vital role in providing clinical education and mentoring to dedicated staff across both the Inpatient Unit (IPU) and Community settings. You will empower nurses with the knowledge and skills they need to deliver evidence-based and culturally safe care to patients and their families.

Key Responsibilities Include:

  • Mentoring and coaching staff in specialist palliative care within IPU and Community settings
  • Supporting staff with clinical guidance, advice, and training
  • Identifying and supporting individual clinical learning needs and facilitating professional development
  • Collaborating with external healthcare partners to enhance education opportunities
  • Facilitating reflective practice and supporting clinical placements and education initiatives
  • Contributing to the development of professional development programs and quality improvement initiatives

About You:

  • Registered Nurse with a current practicing certificate
  • Extensive experience in specialist palliative care nursing
  • Commitment to ongoing professional development
  • Full current driver's license (desirable)

Eligibility: To be considered for this position, you must be based in New Zealand and hold New Zealand registration.

If you're ready to make a meaningful impact in palliative care and embark on a rewarding journey with us, we'd love to hear from you! Reach out to Emily today for a confidential chat at 022 302 2120. Join us in providing comfort and support when it's needed the most.