- Full-Time and Part-Time positions available - relocation assistance available
- Unique environment with a real opportunity to make a difference
- Nurse-led model of primary healthcare offering significant autonomy
As the Registered Nurse you will be responsible for:
- Developing and reviewing patient’s mental health care plans, in consultation with the patient
- Closely monitoring patients mental state and providing thorough mental health assessments and risk assessments in an outpatient setting
- Providing primary mental health discharge planning
- Assessing new patients, who have been transferred, ensuing continuum of care
- Liaising with a multidisciplinary healthcare team to provide coordinated patient management
Located in the outer western suburbs of Melbourne.
- Registered General Nurse qualification with a post graduate Mental Health qualification or equivalent (we will consider applications with extensive experience and willingness to complete a post grad qualification)
- Registration with the AHPRA
- A minimum of at least one year post graduate psychiatric nursing experience
- Recent nursing experience in a mental healthcare setting
- Demonstrated capacity to meet the above accountabilities
- Superior communication, interpersonal and organisational skills and the ability to negotiate and influence stakeholders to achieve desired outcomes
- Proven experience dealing with complaints and incident management and achieving successful outcomes
- Ability to participate in the “at risk” on-call roster if required
- Intermediate to advanced PC skills, including word processing and spreadsheet applications and other data bases as required
- Police check clearance
- Working with children’s check clearance
- COVID19 Vaccinated
By clicking on 'Apply Now' you will register your interest to work. Once your CV/Resume has been received, a Recruitment Consultant will be in touch.
To speak to our Nursing Team directly and discuss this opportunity, please email your enquiry/CV to Elly Blakeley at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 1300 444 100.