Clinical Coach Maternity at Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand South Canterbury, Timaru Hospital
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
Jean Todd Maternity Ward ' Timaru Hospital
Fixed Term , Part time, 0.6 FTE
Including 0.1 FTE Perinatal and Maternity Mortality Review ( PMMR)
Life is a collection of small
moments: meaningful moments, challenging moments, moments to remember. At Te
Whatu Ora South Canterbury , we want to support our people to enjoy more of the
moments that matter. Are you ready to join us?
The Jean Todd Maternity Service provides primary and secondary care to women in South Canterbury with approximately 600 births ranging from normal and low-risk to complex and high needs.
Right now, we're looking for a Clinical Coach-Maternity to work as a practical clinical educator and leader/change agent in the ongoing pursuit of clinical excellence and improved health outcomes. This position works collaboratively with colleagues, new graduates, other health staff and reports to the Clinical Maternity Manager.
The PMMR role leads the
review of selected clinical cases with a multidisciplinary team to ensue
ongoing learning and development of clinicians in the maternity service.
Skills for success in this role includes;
- NZ Fully Qualified Registered Midwife with a current APC and recent clinical leadership experience
- Role Model for contemporary clinical practice and woman centred care
- Understanding of Tikanga Maori
- Knowledge and compliance with legislative and best practice requirements
- Responsible for promoting a learning environment
- Working towards or has completed the Quality Leadership
You already know what a Clinical Coach does, so why choose Te Whatu Ora South Canterbury?
As one of the country's
smaller districts our people always have room to move and grow - you'll get a
wider exposure to specialties and enjoy the benefits of a flat structure:
processes that run smoothly and a fun, friendly culture. With us, you're more
than just a number; you are part of a team where everyone knows your name.
You'll be supported to thrive through our many professional development
opportunities and have the chance to share your expertise as part of our
graduate mentoring programme.
On top of all that, you'll get
to enjoy the fantastic Timaru lifestyle: between the beach and the mountains,
work-life balance is truly achievable here.
At Te Whatu Ora
South Canterbury , integrity, collaboration, accountability, respect and
excellence are at the heart of everything we do. We are a proudly diverse team,
as we know a diverse and inclusive workforce achieves the best outcomes for our
patients and communities. If you share in these core values and bring them into
every aspect of your patient care, we can't wait for you to join us.
Apply now - this moment is yours!
Please apply for this vacancy online using the link
We look forward to receiving your application directly via our Careers Site.
If you have any
questions regarding this role please contact Human Resources by
phoning 03 687-2230.
Applications will close when a suitable applicant is found.
As part of our duty of care towards our patients, it is crucial that all patient-facing staff be fully immunised. If you have made it to the later stages of recruitment, you will be expected to produce your immunisation records for infection control purposes.
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Employer:||Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand South Canterbury|
|Position type:||Permanent Part time|
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