Northern Sydney’s vision is to be “leaders in healthcare, partners in community wellbeing”. Our purpose is “embracing discovery and learning, building partnerships and engaging our community to deliver excellent health and wellbeing.”
What you’ll be doing
The Clinical Trainers will be primarily responsible for the following bodies of work:
All clinical staff are trained appropriately at the required skill level prior and during go-live
Development and achievement of project learning/training materials. The incumbent will identify focused learning needs and apply effective training techniques.
The Clinical Trainer will provide advice and guidance on issues and problems related to delivering training across the Northern Sydney and Central Coast LHDs.
The role plays an integral part in the implementation of solutions that enhance the eMR. These enhancements build upon the existing eMR as well as developments occurring at the state level as part of the eHealth NSW Programs.
The incumbent will also have the availability and ability to work outside normal working hours (i.e. 24×7 operations) when required, including on-call support.
Candidates will need to meet the following criteria:
Consistently demonstrates behaviours that reinforce the CORE Values of our organisation; Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment. Demonstrates these behaviours with all stakeholders; colleagues, direct reports, as well as our patients and consumers, and those that care for them
Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment or equivalent demonstrated knowledge and experience working within an eMR education and clinical training role and high-level skills in facilitating learning processes.
Proven extensive experience in the organisation, development, delivery and evaluation of training syllabi to users of clinical systems and coordination of flexible training programs to suit the complexity, needs and best learning methods of clinical staff.
Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication skills including the ability to prepare training material and reports, give presentations, engage clinicians, negotiate change and effectively communicate to a wide range of health professionals
Demonstrated understanding of clinical practices and the role of clinical information systems in the provision of patient care including understanding of the benefits that can be achieved by implementing an electronic clinical system.
Excellent planning, time management and organisational skills particularly in the area of managing multiple tasks/conflicting priorities and multi-disciplinary issues to meet deadlines.
High level proficiency with MS Office products (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and preferably Project and Vision).