Senior ICU Physiotherapist - St George Hospital

South Eastern Sydney Local Health District
REQ178285 Requisition #
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Selection Criteria:
  1. Qualifications in accordance with Schedule C of the NSW Health Service Health Professionals (State) Award and the Physiotherapy Board of Australia
  2. Extensive post graduate clinical experience in Intensive Care  Physiotherapy and demonstrated core competency skills in Cardiorespiratory, Neurological and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
  3. Excellent negotiation, decision making and advocacy skills including the ability to interact constructively and collaboratively with a diverse range of stakeholders, throughout all organisational levels
  4. Ability to provide in-depth advice and education to enhance service delivery and to guide and support others in providing service excellence, with the capacity to provide clinical supervision to other staff
  5. Ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team and to apply advanced reasoning skills and independent professional judgement when dealing with situations of a novel, complex or critical nature
  6. Ability to initiate, lead, complete and share quality improvement initiatives and service evaluation processes and lead ongoing quality improvement activities with other staff
  7. Demonstrated commitment to ongoing clinical and professional learning
  8. Current unrestricted Drivers licence valid in NSW.

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Applications Close: 23 August 2020

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