- Good mix of hands on nursing and practice management duties
- Work for a not-for-profit organisation and enjoy salary packaging benefits
We currently have an opening for an experienced Registered Nurse (RN) with existing management experience to work in the role of Practice Manager/Practice Nurse at Bugalwena General Practice (BGP), Tweed Heads South.
Opportunity to take responsibility for the day to day coordination of primary health care services delivered at BGP, which includes a range of visiting allied health and medical specialist services.
The role is also responsible for delivering a broad range of acute and chronic disease management services in line with the candidate's qualifications and experience as a RN. The role will be supported by the BNMAC Corporate office located in Grafton, with networking opportunities available with our practice teams in our other medical centres.
- Diploma of Practice Management or other management qualificationsDiploma of Practice Management or other management qualifications
- Registered Nurse qualifications
- Additional qualifications and/or suitable experience in areas of Women's Health, Spirometry, ECGs, Immunisation, and chronic disease management will be highly regarded
- Ability to hold all relevant security clearances including the National Police Check and Working with Children clearance
- Current Drivers Licence
- Previous general practice management experience an advantage but not essential
About the organisation:
Bulgarr Ngaru Medical Aboriginal Corporation (BNMAC) is a not-for-profit Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation, providing primary health care services to Aboriginal people throughout the Clarence and Richmond Valleys through its’ network of clinics in Grafton, Casino, Maclean and Tweed Heads South.
Our vision is to provide the highest standard of client care whilst incorporating a holistic approach toward diagnosis and management of illness. We are committed to promoting health, wellbeing and disease prevention to all clients.
We do not discriminate in the provision of excellent care and aim to treat all clients with dignity and respect.