About the Role:
As the Midwifery Educator, you will lead and support a culture of development and enquiry which actively encourages and facilitates clinical, professional and organisational learning within a Supported Practice Framework. You will design, implement, assess and evaluate nursing education programs, manage educational resources and provide nursing expertise related to educational issues in meeting the strategic priorities of Midwifery Services within our health service.
- We are looking for people from all backgrounds to ensure our hospital reflects the diversity of our community.
- You are dedicated to making a real difference to the people of the Logan community who come from all walks of life.
- You bring your best to work to provide an exceptional healthcare experience for patients and the community.
- You work collaboratively with others, showing kindness and respect.
- You'll thrive working in a challenging environment where no two days are the same.
- Your unique abilities and experiences will bring something great to our healthcare team.
What we can offer you:
- We offer a family-friendly work environment that supports you in making the most of Queensland's laid-back lifestyle.
- We're a teaching and research hospital with strong relations with Queensland's leading tertiary institutions. We want to empower you to build a long-term career at Logan Hospital, with countless opportunities to learn and grow, no matter your role.
- You'll have all the benefits of working for Queensland's world-class public health system including generous leave entitlements, attractive salary and remuneration packages, salary packaging and access to relevant professional development allowances and/or leave, study and research assistance, corporate discounts and employee wellness programs.
- By joining ‘Team Logan', you'll be part of a team that's energetic as we are fearless. We're not afraid to take on new things.
INTEGRITY | COMPASSION | ACCOUNTABILITY | RESPECT | ENGAGEMENT | EXCELLENCE
Our ICARE² values guide our day-to-day decision making and underpin what we care about as a health service, how we treat each other and our commitment to caring for the community.
Diversity of ideas, skills, traditions and customs is celebrated as one of our greatest strengths. Having a workforce that reflects and understands the needs and expectations of our community is important to delivering safe, kinder and more inclusive care.
We recognise our strength comes from the diversity of our people and so we encourage people of all genders, ethnicities, ages, abilities, languages, sexual orientation and family responsibilities to apply. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace for our people and our community.