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Staff Specialist - Drug & Alcohol Services - PFT|PPT - Location Flexible

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JOB TITLE:

Staff Specialist - Drug & Alcohol Services - PFT|PPT - Location Flexible

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Greater Sydney Area North dakota United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Employment Type: Permanent Full Time/Permanent Part Time (1.
1 FTE Available)

Position Classification: Staff Specialist

Full-Time Annual Remuneration: $186,241 - $229,825 + super and additional allowances

Requisition ID: REQ457386

Position Title: Staff Specialist Drug & Alcohol Services

Just the place to grow your career and be part of a valued team delivering care where it's needed most!

If you're passionate about delivering healthcare with the greatest impact, then come and join us at Justice Health NSW.
Be part of a supportive environment, where you can apply your skills to address complex healthcare needs while broadening your treatment capabilities to maximise patient outcomes.


Justice Health NSW is a challenging yet rewarding place to take your career even further.
With industry-leading safety standards, you can focus on doing your best work alongside skilled colleagues while gaining job training to progress your career.


The Role

Were currently looking for a Staff Specialist who will work closely with the Clinical Director and Deputy Clinical Director, Drug and Alcohol team (Clinical Nurse Consultants, Nurse Practitioners, the state wide post release care planning services; relevant service sites Nursing Unit Managers/Nurse Managers, and D&A stream staff specialist colleagues) to ensure evidence based care is provided to patients and clinical risks are identified early and managed well.


The Staff Specialist Will

  • Be responsible for the provision of specialist clinical care in the area of addiction medicine to patients in adult correctional centres and young people in juvenile detention.
  • Ensure that service delivery to patients is of a high quality and includes comprehensive history taking and examination, suitable diagnostic formulations and management plans, timely and responsible referral, adequate recording of clinical information, following correct procedures for prescribing, ordering investigations and comprehensive discharge planning.
  • Demonstrate strong clinical leadership to develop team approaches at a local level to clinical risk management, including leading regular multidisciplinary clinical case review meetings, ensuring regular, appropriate, and effective local site D&A clinical handover procedures.
    Contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of new and innovative clinical practice as required by the strategic directions of the D&A service.


Salary & Benefits

Your salary of $186,241 - $229,825 (+ super and leave loading) is just the beginning.
Youll also have access to:

  • Potential to base yourself in any of our state-wide NSW locations
  • Additional allowances
  • Free on-site parking at most sites to minimise your commute time.
  • Access to salary packaging benefits.
  • Fitness passport (if youre eligible)
  • Fantastic training & education opportunities available

Diversity & Inclusivity

We are an equal-opportunity employer.
We employ all ages and genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, culturally and linguistically diverse groups, the LGBTQIA+ community, veterans, refugees and people with disability.


Ready to Apply?

The first step is to submit your resume and answers to the following questions:

  • Are you currently registered as a medical practitioner with APHRA or eligible for same? The specialist qualifications relevant to this position include FAChAM, Royal Australasian College of Physicians, FRACGP, FRANZCP, or other specialist recognition as provided for the Staff Specialist (State) Award.
  • Outline your experience in addiction medicine and/or drug & alcohol services

Need more information?

  • Click here for the Position Description
  • Find out more about applying for this position

For role related queries or questions contact Craig Cooper on Craig.
Cooper3@health.
nsw.
gov.
au

Applications Close: Sunday, 18th of February, 11:59pm

Position Details

POSTED:

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

229825 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707130496-3950012283b6a6502ae2db8b8a6fd195

LOCATION:

North dakota United States

CITY:

Greater Sydney Area

Job Origin:

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Employment Type: Permanent Full Time/Permanent Part Time (1.1 FTE Available)

Position Classification: Staff Specialist

Full-Time Annual Remuneration: $186,241 - $229,825 + super and additional allowances

Requisition ID: REQ457386

Position Title: Staff Specialist Drug & Alcohol Services

Just the place to grow your career and be part of a valued team delivering care where it's needed most!

If you're passionate about delivering healthcare with the greatest impact, then come and join us at Justice Health NSW. Be part of a supportive environment, where you can apply your skills to address complex healthcare needs while broadening your treatment capabilities to maximise patient outcomes.

Justice Health NSW is a challenging yet rewarding place to take your career even further. With industry-leading safety standards, you can focus on doing your best work alongside skilled colleagues while gaining job training to progress your career.

The Role

Were currently looking for a Staff Specialist who will work closely with the Clinical Director and Deputy Clinical Director, Drug and Alcohol team (Clinical Nurse Consultants, Nurse Practitioners, the state wide post release care planning services; relevant service sites Nursing Unit Managers/Nurse Managers, and D&A stream staff specialist colleagues) to ensure evidence based care is provided to patients and clinical risks are identified early and managed well.

The Staff Specialist Will

  • Be responsible for the provision of specialist clinical care in the area of addiction medicine to patients in adult correctional centres and young people in juvenile detention.
  • Ensure that service delivery to patients is of a high quality and includes comprehensive history taking and examination, suitable diagnostic formulations and management plans, timely and responsible referral, adequate recording of clinical information, following correct procedures for prescribing, ordering investigations and comprehensive discharge planning.
  • Demonstrate strong clinical leadership to develop team approaches at a local level to clinical risk management, including leading regular multidisciplinary clinical case review meetings, ensuring regular, appropriate, and effective local site D&A clinical handover procedures. Contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of new and innovative clinical practice as required by the strategic directions of the D&A service.

Salary & Benefits

Your salary of $186,241 - $229,825 (+ super and leave loading) is just the beginning. Youll also have access to:

  • Potential to base yourself in any of our state-wide NSW locations
  • Additional allowances
  • Free on-site parking at most sites to minimise your commute time.
  • Access to salary packaging benefits.
  • Fitness passport (if youre eligible)
  • Fantastic training & education opportunities available

Diversity & Inclusivity

We are an equal-opportunity employer. We employ all ages and genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, culturally and linguistically diverse groups, the LGBTQIA+ community, veterans, refugees and people with disability.

Ready to Apply?

The first step is to submit your resume and answers to the following questions:

  • Are you currently registered as a medical practitioner with APHRA or eligible for same? The specialist qualifications relevant to this position include FAChAM, Royal Australasian College of Physicians, FRACGP, FRANZCP, or other specialist recognition as provided for the Staff Specialist (State) Award.
  • Outline your experience in addiction medicine and/or drug & alcohol services

Need more information?

  • Click here for the Position Description
  • Find out more about applying for this position

For role related queries or questions contact Craig Cooper on Craig.Cooper3@health.nsw.gov.au

Applications Close: Sunday, 18th of February, 11:59pm


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