Multiple Positions, Full Time, Fixed Term (Special Projects) until 31st December 2021 + $51.50 per hour above award (Nurses and Midwives Agreement 2016-2020, Community Nursing 4 (CN4) classification)Become part of the C19 Vaccination Hub and provide exceptional clinical support + Deer Park + Outreach locationsBenefit from on-going employee development, as well as exposure to a continuous improvement philosophyAbout UsIPC Health is a not for profit community health organisation, predominantly funded by the Department of Health and Human Services. We work in partnership with local communities in the Western Metropolitan Region of Melbourne to provide responsive, interconnected health and community services. Working together for excellence, service enhancement and innovation, we are dedicated to the continued improvement of the health and wellbeing of individuals and the community. IPC Health is an equal opportunity employer and encourages individuals of diverse backgrounds including but not limited to, applicants from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and LGBTI communities to apply.About the roleJoin the dynamic C19 Vaccinations Hubs (Rapid Response Collaborative) and perform and support vaccinations for Covid-19.  Provide high quality client care whilst maintaining Infection and Prevention Control with client safety at highest attention.This role reports through to the Senior Clinical Nurse and also requires team work together with other Nurse Immunisers, vaccine clinical staff and administrative support staff.Undertake eligibility screening, assessment, vaccination and post vaccination monitoring of clients. Perform Covid-19 vaccination under current ATAGI, State and Federal vaccination guidelines and C-19 vaccine network operational guidelines.  Ensure infection prevention control measures and appropriate and are maintained.  Also provide support and advice to clients regarding post vaccination advice and undertake reporting duties and responsibilities as required. The C-19 Vaccinations Hub program requires a high standard of attention to clinical detail, nursing care, communication, team collaboration and the ability to work in a busy environment.About youYou will have current AHPRA Registered Nurse Division 1, be a qualified Nurse Immuniser with preferably a minimum of six months experience.  You also will have previous experience in a GP clinic or acute setting.  A current CPR Management of anaphylaxis/AEFI Training is also required. Attention to detail and a clinical health and safety focus is essential. In addition, experience with diverse communities providing social support will be highly regarded.  As well, a high level of communication and interpersonal skills are required.  And a current and valid Victorian Driver's Licence, Police and WWCC are essential. Applications close on 30th September 2021 To be considered for the role you must submit a Cover Letter, CV and response to the Key Selection Criteria outlined in the position description available on IPC Health's Careers page.  To find out more about these opportunities, please contact Paige Van Every, Project Lead 0491 063 224   We are committed to maintaining a barrier-free environment for all and welcome individuals of diverse backgrounds, including but not limited to, those from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and the LGBTI communities to apply for our job opportunities.If you require a reasonable workplace adjustment to support you during the interview process please email people.culture@ipchealth.com.au with your request. Reasonable workplace adjustments are changes that are necessary and achievable to enable a person to efficiently perform their role to the best of their abilities. A reasonable workplace adjustment can be requested at any time in the recruitment process or as a part of employment with IPC Health.  Position Description - Nurse Immuniser 53 AUD Melbourne

Nurse Immunisers - C19 Vaccination Hub

  • Multiple Positions, Full Time, Fixed Term (Special Projects) until 31st December 2021 + $51.50 per hour above award (Nurses and Midwives Agreement 2016-2020, Community Nursing 4 (CN4) classification)
  • Become part of the C19 Vaccination Hub and provide exceptional clinical support + Deer Park + Outreach locations
  • Benefit from on-going employee development, as well as exposure to a continuous improvement philosophy

About Us

IPC Health is a not for profit community health organisation, predominantly funded by the Department of Health and Human Services. We work in partnership with local communities in the Western Metropolitan Region of Melbourne to provide responsive, interconnected health and community services. Working together for excellence, service enhancement and innovation, we are dedicated to the continued improvement of the health and wellbeing of individuals and the community. IPC Health is an equal opportunity employer and encourages individuals of diverse backgrounds including but not limited to, applicants from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and LGBTI communities to apply.

About the role

Join the dynamic C19 Vaccinations Hubs (Rapid Response Collaborative) and perform and support vaccinations for Covid-19.  Provide high quality client care whilst maintaining Infection and Prevention Control with client safety at highest attention.

This role reports through to the Senior Clinical Nurse and also requires team work together with other Nurse Immunisers, vaccine clinical staff and administrative support staff.

Undertake eligibility screening, assessment, vaccination and post vaccination monitoring of clients. Perform Covid-19 vaccination under current ATAGI, State and Federal vaccination guidelines and C-19 vaccine network operational guidelines.  Ensure infection prevention control measures and appropriate and are maintained.  Also provide support and advice to clients regarding post vaccination advice and undertake reporting duties and responsibilities as required. 

The C-19 Vaccinations Hub program requires a high standard of attention to clinical detail, nursing care, communication, team collaboration and the ability to work in a busy environment.

About you

You will have current AHPRA Registered Nurse Division 1, be a qualified Nurse Immuniser with preferably a minimum of six months experience.  You also will have previous experience in a GP clinic or acute setting.  A current CPR Management of anaphylaxis/AEFI Training is also required. Attention to detail and a clinical health and safety focus is essential. In addition, experience with diverse communities providing social support will be highly regarded.  As well, a high level of communication and interpersonal skills are required.  And a current and valid Victorian Driver's Licence, Police and WWCC are essential.

 

Applications close on 30th September 2021

 

To be considered for the role you must submit a Cover Letter, CV and response to the Key Selection Criteria outlined in the position description available on IPC Health's Careers page.  To find out more about these opportunities, please contact Paige Van Every, Project Lead 0491 063 224 

 

 

We are committed to maintaining a barrier-free environment for all and welcome individuals of diverse backgrounds, including but not limited to, those from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and the LGBTI communities to apply for our job opportunities.

If you require a reasonable workplace adjustment to support you during the interview process please email people.culture@ipchealth.com.au with your request. Reasonable workplace adjustments are changes that are necessary and achievable to enable a person to efficiently perform their role to the best of their abilities. A reasonable workplace adjustment can be requested at any time in the recruitment process or as a part of employment with IPC Health.