- About Us
- Our People
- Work with us
- Our Services
- Our Services
- Photos & Events
• Current registration as a Registered Nurse or Midwife with AHPRA, and current drivers licence. Minimum of 3 years’ experience in program management, including experience in managing a team
• Demonstrated experience in preparing reports for funding bodies according to program guidelines
• Demonstrated ability to form relationships and work effectively with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander clients, families, and co-workers. This includes a demonstrated awareness of, and sensitivity to Aboriginal culture and history, Aboriginal primary health care, and current issues affecting the lives of Aboriginal people and communities
• Demonstrated ability to work autonomously, and lead a team, with a high level of management and leadership skills, including computer skills - email, word processing and electronic health records
• Working with Children and Criminal Record check clearances and a current NSW Drivers Licence
The Australian Nurse-Family Partnership Program (ANFPP) is an evidence-based program
for women pregnant with an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander baby.
The Nurse Supervisor is responsible for the implementation of the Australian Nurse Family Partnership Program across Wellington, Dubbo, Narromine, Gilgandra and Blacktown. The Nurse Supervisor oversees a team of Nurse Home Visitors (NHVs), Aboriginal Family Partnership Workers (AFPWs), and an Administration Officer.
The Nurse Supervisor is responsible for the management and leadership of this team and ensures professional and culturally appropriate services are delivered to clients participating in the program. The position reports directly to the Executive Manager assigned to the program.
Contact Grace or Jay on 6882 2751 or 0419 479 415 or email email@example.com