Clinical Support Officer - Innovation and Learning

Job Title: Clinical Support Officer - Innovation and Learning
Contract Type: Full-time
Location: Mount Wellington
Reference: 41498
Job Published: July 22, 2019 12:31

Job Description

The Clinical Innovation and Learning Team are looking for a Clinical Support Officer to champion clinical excellence and improve patient outcomes through the development, implementation, and maintenance of innovative learning materials which are accurate and clinically excellent.

Reporting to the Clinical Innovation and Learning Manager, you'll ideally be based in Christchurch or Auckland, noting that we will consider other locations as well. The role should enable efficient delivery of clinically focused curriculum, projects, workstreams, and portfolios, as required, to improve patient outcomes and enable the Clinical Innovation and Learning Team to achieve against the St John Five Year Plan.

Some key responsibilities include:

  • Ensure all outgoing clinical material is accurate in line with the CPGs and/or First Responder Field Guide, and is written in a style consistent with that of the CPGs.
  • Develop curriculum and clinical material that is absent errors, is educationally excellent (i.e. meets the needs of the learner and any NZQA requirements).
  • Ensure all curriculum and clinical material aligns with and advocates for right care and established pathways.
  • Work collaboratively with others in the wider Clinical Development Team as and when required.

Skills, knowledge and experience required:

  • Authority to Practice at Paramedic/Intensive Care Paramedic (preferred). Persons with five years of previous experience operating at this level with evidence of contemporary clinical practice or thinking will be considered.
  • Experience with project work or project delivery.
  • Experience with the Clinical Development function (preferred).
  • Exceptional understanding of the Clinical Procedures and Guidelines across all practice levels.
  • Exceptional understanding of the First Responder Field Guide.
  • Exceptional communication skills: oral, written, and listening.
  • Evidence of ability to work as part of a team as well as independently
  • Proven success in building relationships at all levels of the organisation.
  • Sound analytical skills, high level of accuracy, and attention to detail.
  • Ability to champion and model clinical excellence.
  • Excellent planning and organisational skills.
  • High level of computer literacy.
  • Demonstrate behaviours that align with St John's core values- Do the right thing, Side by side, Straight up, Make it better, Open minds.

To submit your application, CV and covering letter, please click the "Apply Now!" button below. 

Applications close: Monday, 29th July 2019

Queries may be directed to Hannah MacLeod, Clinical Innovation and Learning Manager on 0800 STJOHN. 

We welcome and encourage diversity in our workforce and adhere to best practice equal employment opportunity principles in all aspects of our recruitment and our ways of working.

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