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Education Consultant
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REQ131151 Requisition #
Employment Type: Temporary Part Time
Position Classification: Senior Staff Specialist
Remuneration: $230,560 - $324,812 (pro rata)
Hours Per Week: 4
Requisition ID: REQ131151

The Clinical Chair, NSW Physician Training Network is responsible for clinical leadership to the NSW Physician Training Council and provide expert advice to HETI, in order to facilitate the efficient and effective delivery of networked education and training, primarily in Basic Physician Training. The Council is the state level governance body overseeing the effective functioning of training networks.

HETI is a public health organisation established in 2012 to ensure training and workforce development within the NSW Health Service is of an appropriate standard, and meets with the operational and service needs of the NSW public health system.

HETI works with the Ministry of Health, the Colleges and Local Health Districts/Specialty Networks to establish and maintain appropriate training pathways in New South Wales. The Clinical Chair is responsible for clinical leadership to the Council and expert advice to HETI, in order to facilitate the efficient and effective delivery of education and training. 

This position is currently located at Gladesville (relocating to St Leonards in mid-2020) however, location is negotiable.
 
During the selection process candidates may be required to undergo additional assessments in determining their suitability for the role.  Candidates will need to agree to a National Police Check.
  1. Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, with associated relevant qualifications and experience
  2. Capacity to fulfil the duties of this role within your position in NSW Health (Evidence of approval and support to undertake this position from your employer will be required with your application)
  3. Proven leadership skills and ability to provide strategic-level policy advice and coordination of projects/programs
  4. Proven ability to impact meaningfully on training outcomes, including advocacy for junior staff, and management of difficult issues
  5. Proven ability to engage with multiple stakeholders in order to achieve outcomes, particularly in regards to medical training
  6. Understanding of the NSW Health system as a training environment, and demonstrated ability to achieve outcomes and resolve difficulties within this structure
  7. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and non-verbal with demonstrated ability to motivate and persuade others

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For role related queries or questions contact Dr Claire Blizard at Claire.Blizard@health.nsw.gov.au

Applications Close: 23rd October 2019

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