Employment Office Perth WA, Australia
23 Oct, 2018Full time
About the Opportunity BRAMS now has an opportunity for a Registered Nurse to join their team in Broome, WA as a Clinic Manager. This role is being offered on a full-time, 2 year fixed term contract basis, with extension subject to funding. Reporting to the CEO, the Clinic Manager provides day-to-day leadership and support for the BRAMS Clinical Health Team. You will be responsible for ensuring that the clinical meets all contractual requirements, and support work practices which promote a holistic primary health care approach, with the aim of achieving the best health outcome for service users. Some of your key responsibilities will include: - Ensuring all Clinical staff have access to appropriate systems/programs/resources to enable them to perform their duties; - Ensuring all Clinical staff are aware of and adhere to, all relevant policy and procedure guidelines associated with the oper ations of the organisation; - Utilising the Patient Information Recall System to plan opportunistic screening and Population Health activities; - Overseeing the maintenance of the clinical environment including Clinical aspects of the Patient Management System - MMEx, Clinical equipment and consumables and clinical supplies; and - Working with the Programs Manager to develop appropriate promotional resources for BRAMS Health Services. To view the full position description, please click 'apply now'. About the Benefits This is a fantastic opportunity to join a well-established and supported Aboriginal Medical Service in the Australian outback! As a leader in the business, you'll be granted the opportunity to effect real change within the organisation and the community, meaning each working day will be making a difference to the health outcomes for Broome's Aboriginal community. A highly attractive remune ration package is on offer, negotiable with the skills and experience you are bringing to the role. You will also have access to a host of additional benefits to further increase your take-home pay, including: - Salary packaging options; - Subsidised accommodation; - Access to a vehicle for work purposes; and - Annual airfares to your point of hire. About the Organisation Established in 1978, BRAMS (Broome Regional Aboriginal Medical Service) was the first Aboriginal community controlled health service in the Kimberley region. In response to perceived deficiencies in the health services then available, an Aboriginal community action group elected a committee of management following a series of meetings. The fledgling service used space at the St John of God Convent in Broome and consisted initially of a volunteer administrator, dr iver, Aboriginal registered nurse and receptionist. Today BRAMS provides a comprehensive range of curative and public health services. If you're a proven Nurse Health Manager looking for a tree-change don't wait - Apply now! Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.