Full or Part Time
Public Health Nurse
Registered Nurse/Registered Midwife
Department for Health and Wellbeing, Health Regulation and Protection, Communicable Disease Control Branch, Disease Surveillance and Investigation Section: COVID-19 Response Team
Salary: AHP2: $83,152-$96,329 / PO2: $83,152-$92,020 / RN/M2A: $90,910-$97,193 - Full & Part Time / Term Contract (up to 23 July 2021)
The Public Health Officer/Nurse (COVID-19 Response):
Contributes to the achievement of organisational objectives and outcomes designed to control the occurrence of communicable diseases in South Australia.
Responsible for the collection, analysis, interpretation and reporting of communicable disease surveillance data with a focus on COVID-19.
Required to participate in investigations of communicable disease outbreaks and subsequent control activities.
Required to provide health information and advice to members of the public, health professionals, government agencies and special interest groups.
Responsible for the collection, analysis, interpretation and reporting of communicable disease surveillance data.
As part of a multidisciplinary team, is required to participate in investigations of communicable disease outbreaks and subsequent control activities.
The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role. Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Job ref: 739373
As nurses and midwives our patients are at the centre of what we do. Our nurses and midwives make a real difference across the health spectrum and at all levels in the nursing and midwifery professions. Our strong partnerships are vital to our success.
SA Health acknowledges the dynamic and evolving health care environment. We have a nursing and midwifery workforce that is supportive, team oriented and responsive to changing community needs. Our nurses and midwives are leaders of, and participate in teams that achieve positive outcomes for patients and the community.
Right now is an exciting time to work as a nurse or a midwife in South Australia, to respond effectively to ongoing change and to contribute to health care reform and new models of care.
If you would like to become a part of this important workforce and contribute to making a real difference to the lives of South Australians, please visit the Nursing & Midwifery Office website.