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Chronic Disease Registered Nurse
Posted: 23 Nov 2022
Location: East Arnhem NT
Chronic Disease Registered Nurse required for Miwatj Health – Gapuwiyak
- Excellent salary of $110,606 to $118,826
- Miwatj is one of Australia’s largest providers of Aboriginal healthcare
- Miwatj is engaging with health issues at a grass roots community level
With eight clinics and growing across East Arnhem Land, Miwatj are providing health care services for over 6,000 Indigenous residents. Their Board of Directors represents communities across the region, ensuring every decision they make helps empower Yolngu people to take control of their lives and direct their own futures
What’s in it for you?
- Excellent salary of $110,606 to $118,826 plus superannuation
- Salary sacrificing of $15,900 p/a
- 6 weeks annual leave with 17.5% loading
- Stunning East Arnhem location
Whats the role?
- Providing holistic care, support and maintenance in delivery of the chronic disease register/recall within the Bulunu region which includes Yirrkala, Gunyangara, Birritjimi and Nhulunbuy
- Supporting clinics by working towards completing client list as generated by coordinator and clinic managers in ensuring KPI’s are met
- In collaboration and autonomously work within framework of the Miwatj Chronic Disease Program
- Providing advocacy and support for Chronic Disease self-management, ensuring all chronic disease clients have a current GP Management Plan and Team Care Arrangement
- Actively participate in Health promotion, planning and delivery of education, preventative chronic disease activities and community development
Is the role right for you?
- Registered to practice in the NT as a Registered Nurse
- A demonstrated understanding of the evidence base for addressing preventable chronic diseases in remote areas, including both prevention and management
- A broad understanding of the underlying risk factors impacting on the health of Aboriginal people in remote areas
- Ability and willingness to participate in the development of community-based primary health care programs
- Possession of CPR, AGV certificates, drivers licence and Ochre card or eligible to obtain
If this sounds like a role for you, we want to hear from you. APPLY TODAY by clicking the “Apply for this job” link
Want to find out more about this opportunity? Please contact Megan on 08 8982 1002.