|Salary:||$271,494 - $330,464 inclusive of salary, allowances and super|
|Posted:||almost 3 years ago|
- Centrally located, short flights away from Melbourne and Sydney
- Surrounded by national parks and reserves to explore
- Plenty of tourist attractions and activities to enjoy
Provide tertiary renal services (including dialysis and transplantation care) to patients under the governance of the Renal Network at Canberra Health Services and the regional hospitals, dialysis clinics and outpatient clinics that it serves. This includes participating in a proportionate on-call roster, inpatient care, face to face and telemedicine outpatient and inpatient consultation services in hospitals, dialysis clinics, GP surgeries and regional renal clinics. The role will start with six scheduled face to face clinical sessions per week with other sessions split between non-clinical, administrative, quality, research and education. The distribution of sessions will be negotiated regularly in performance management agreements.
Participate in the training and education of junior medical staff (including advanced trainees) and nursing staff in Renal Medicine.
Participate in the academic teaching of the ANU Medical School as required.
Take up clinical governance roles as requested by the Clinical Director and discussed in annual performance management agreements.
Engage constructively in departmental audit and quality improvement processes.
Take an active and positive role in Service Development including the development of Supportive Care within the Renal Network.
Undertaking other duties as directed, within the approved scope of clinical practice ensuring the delivery of high quality person and family centred, safe and high quality patient care.
For more information regarding this position, please contact Oliver Simmons 02 9641 2417 or if it is more convenient for you email@example.com.