Nurse Unit Manager
The role of the Nurse Unit Manager (NUM) is to provide excellent leadership, clinical support and
management of Acute and Residential Staff and Services within a broad based integrated model of health
care service provision.
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The Nurse Unit Manager (NUM) reports to the Director or Clinical Services and Nursing (DCSN) in managing Acute and Residential Services and resources being accountable for quality, safety and risk management within the Acute and Residential service area.
Primary Roles and Responsibilities
Ensure that the CEO through the DCSN is regularly provided material for consideration and advice on operational and financial matters that will/may affect the service priorities, strategic plans, business plans, strategies and budgets.
Ensure that the service is managed effectively and efficiently.
Participate in the development and implementation of operational and service plans for the service.
Develop and maintain an effective staffing structure, establishing clear roles and responsibilities for individuals within the service.
The NUM is deemed to be a manager within Corryong Health and holds a level of delegation as set out within the Manual of Delegation.
Tertiary qualifications and current registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Registration
Agency as a Registered Nurse.
Developing, implementing and monitoring policies and objectives of nursing care as they apply to units,
staff and community groups.
Coordinating the allocation of human and material resources for a health service unit such as
recruitment of staff, human resource management, preparation of budgets and fiscal management.
Monitoring and controlling the performance of nursing and support staff within the unit, and providing
Initiating studies to evaluate the effectiveness of nursing services in the unit in relation to objectives,
costs and nursing care.
Promoting working relationships with community agencies and health and education providers.
Contributing to organisational objectives in relation to quality, safety and risk management.
More about us
Corryong Health has a proud history and a well-established multi-purpose service model that recognises the importance of general practice in bringing together a comprehensive client-centered service. You will be working in a clinic with mixed type billing, full time nursing support staff and a large range of Community Services onsite.
Corryong Health will support international skilled migration where Australian registration standards comply, through negotiable financial support, training and supervision pathways and local housing and schooling assistance.
Corryong is located in the heart of the Upper Murray, 1.5 hours drive to the Snowy Mountains ski fields and a 1.5 hour drive to Albury airport with direct flights to Sydney and Melbourne. With primary and secondary schooling options, Corryong is the ideal location for families looking for a tree change. Come and explore our beautiful scenery.
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Registered Nurse and Midwife
I’m an ANUM here at Corryong Health and have been working here for over 20 years. My role is very varied and rewarding. Working and living in a small community means we usually do something different every day.
I run a small Day Procedure Unit which we mostly perform Endoscopy with a visiting Surgeon from Albury Wodonga and a visiting Anesthetist from Mt Beauty.
We have a 2 chair Dialysis Unit with 2 permanent patients.
I also run an Antenatal Education program and do the Domiciliary Visits for Albury Wodonga Health when Mum and Babe first come home from hospital.
Rural Nursing is a very rewarding career with a huge variety of clients coming to the facility. Corryong Health is a very important part of the community.