Assistant Director of Nursing - Patient Access and Coordination Hub Full-time Job1 year ago Nursing Flexible,Mackay region 10 views
About the Mackay Hospital and Health Service
Mackay Hospital and Health Service ( [***] ) has six hospitals, two multi-purpose health services and four community health centres that employ more than 3,300 staff. The district covers an area of approximately 90,000km2 and provides services to patients and their families in Bowen, Cannonvale, Clermont, Collinsville, Dysart, Glenden, Mackay, Middlemount, Moranbah, Proserpine and Sarina.
The Assistant Director of Nursing (ADON) is accountable for the service wide stewardship of patient flow and access, providing advanced leadership and overall planning, coordination, formulation, and direction of patients through the acute care setting.
- The role requires advanced management, clinical expertise, communication and leadership capabilities and assumes responsibility for managing and/or supporting patient flow.
- The role includes developing partnerships and working collaboratively with team members, executive and senior members and broader community health network, in aspects of flows and access.
- Is responsible for the management of information systems, communication and data relating to patient flow and quality improvement strategies in service delivery.
The Patient Access and Coordination Hub (PACH) supports services across the continuum of care from access and entry through to discharge. The unit's responsible for strategic leadership and operational activities, monitoring demand and capacity, escalating (as needed) patient access and flow issues across the hospital and into the wider community. The team coordinates the safe movement of patient between services and facilities as well supporting hospital operations with innovated and contemporary practices.
Benefits of working for Mackay HHS
Mackay HHS provides a working environment which embraces professional development, builds capabilities, provides roles with variety and flexibility, supports staff to maximise their health and wellbeing and encourages work/life balance. Some additional benefits include:
- Remuneration - Competitive packages with salary packaging options available.
- Superannuation - Up to 12.75% employer contribution.
- Annual leave loading - 17.5%.
- Employee assistance and peer support programs - Supporting our staff through difficult times.
- Wellbeing programs - Variety of initiatives available to suit all interests and lifestyles.
How to apply for this role
- Download the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants to familiarise yourself with the role.
- Provide a written response (maximum 2 pages) outlining how your experience, abilities and knowledge will enable you to achieve the key responsibilities of the role. This is an opportunity to tell us about yourself, your professional career and why you are the right person for this job.
- Attach your current resume/CV, including contact details of two referees, preferably your current/past supervisor, who can confirm/support your capabilities, work performance and conduct within the previous two years.
Conditions of employment
If you are a new employee to Queensland Health, we want to ensure you have all the information you need before you start. It is recommended that you familiarise yourself with the Queensland Health Conditions of employment ( [***] ) and the Code of Conduct(PDF) ( [***] ) for the Queensland Public Service.
Mandatory vaccination requirements
It is a mandatory condition of employment for this role to be:
- Vaccinated against, and remain vaccinated against, vaccine preventable diseases Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR), Varicella (Chicken Pox), Pertussis (Whooping Cough), Hepatitis B.
- Vaccinated against COVID-19.
For more information on your vaccination requirements should you be the successful applicant for this role, please refer to the Queensland Health employment directives ( [***] ).