|Hiring Organization||Northern Health Foundation|
|Post Name||Pleural Research Nurse|
|Qualification||Evidence of further education including post-graduate certification/diploma / continuous professional development specific to oncology/hematology and/or clinical research|
|Employment Type||Part Time|
|Work Hours||4 Hours|
|Salary||AUD 30 To AUD 40 Per Hour|
|Location||Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3076|
About Northern Health:
As an organization, we have a clear focus on how we service and partner with our community, including our strategy of helping the community stay well when at home. Our reputation of being community-minded, inclusive, and progressive is matched to none.
Northern Health is located in the rapidly growing northern suburbs with projected growth the biggest in the state. With a booming, culturally rich, and diverse community, and less than an hour’s drive from the CBD, Melbourne’s North is fast becoming the place to be!
An exciting opportunity exists for an enthusiastic Pleural Research Nurse to join the team at Northern Health. This role requires knowledge and expertise in the development and implementation of clinical research trials.
It will involve caring for individuals with pleural diseases in an ambulatory setting, in particular, the management of indwelling pleural catheters in conjunction with the performance of pleural/lung ultrasound.
It will involve working within a team to manage people with complex health needs and delivering care that is safe, trusted, and improves health outcomes for our patients and the community.
To be successful in this role you will have:
- Proven ability to work as part of a team to manage people with complex care needs and chronic disease management
- Demonstrated a willingness to pursue excellent care through participation in continuous professional development and quality improvement activities
- Demonstrated ability to work in collaboration with members of interdisciplinary teams
- Maintains clinical and administrative documents accurately
- Competent working knowledge of the RedCap program
- Clinical Trials experience including working knowledge of Australian and International statutory and regulatory requirements including – TGA, FDA, EMEA
- Evidence of further education including post-graduate certification/diploma / continuous professional development specific to oncology/hematology and/or clinical research
- Comprehensive IT skills
Why work at Northern Health?
We offer a range of benefits to support and reward staff both personally and professionally, which includes:
- Health and Wellbeing programs, including our ‘Thrive’ program
- Flexibility in the workplace and extra leave options and support
- An inclusive and culturally safe space
- State-of-the-art facilities and campus partnerships
- A commitment to ongoing professional development through our ‘Learning Labs’
- Access to salary packaging, EAP, and our online library