Clinical Nurse Educator, Renal
- North Shore and Waitakere
- 0.6 FTE (48 hours per fortnight) Permanent role
At Waitematā District our values and behaviours describe how we aim to be with the people we serve and with each other and set our ambition to provide Best Care for Everyone. We are dedicated to building strong and collaborative relationships with patients and whānau, with the wider community and with our workforce to make a healthy difference in the lives of people living with kidney failure.
Our Renal Services’ mission is to grow a centre of excellence in dialysis care at Waitematā through Nurturing Professional development, Delivering Quality Care, Cultivating Positive Patients Experience and having Amazing Workplace Culture. We now have an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Nurse Educator to join us in our mission. By becoming part of our dynamic leadership team, the Clinical Nurse Educator will come from a background of extensive renal experience and will demonstrate advanced renal nursing skills. As we place a huge emphasis on best patient care and positive teamwork in our Renal Service, we will expect exemplary nursing leadership and role-modelling in this position.
Our Clinical Nurse Educator will support teams across the whole Renal Service, working six 8 hour shifts each fortnight. The role will include on-floor teaching/coaching and support of staff and formal teaching therefore you must have an evident passion and enthusiasm for teaching and sharing knowledge, utilising a variety of innovative approaches. The successful candidate will have a strong focus on developing nurses from competent to expert practitioners within the renal service. They will have a passion for championing the delivery of excellent nursing care within our teams in collaboration with the Charge Nurse Manager, Associate Clinical Charge Nurse and Team Leads.
To be considered for this position, the following will be required:
- Registered Nurse in New Zealand with current APC
- At least 5 years renal nursing
- Expert Renal RN Level 4 or equivalent
- Extensive range of nephrology knowledge and skills.
- Post-graduate qualification (achieved or in progress)
- Contemporary renal nursing experience
The successful applicants will be a team-player with well-developed communication and interpersonal skills, a calm and resilient individual with a can-do attitude and a passion for making a difference in our Renal Service.
Is this you? We’d love to hear from you.
For more information about the role, please email Lynnette.email@example.com
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Position reference number : WDHB17332
Closing date: 4 December 2023
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