Leadership role, Paediatric Allied Health
Permanent, Full time (40 hours per week)
Starship Child Health, Auckland City location
Starship Child Health is the leading provider of paediatric care in New Zealand and the South Pacific, providing world-class inpatient, outpatient, trauma, emergency, and community care to children, young people and their whanau. Every day our clinical and support teams work collaboratively to fulfil our commitment to deliver world class child and family, whanau-centered care to all populations we serve.
Our Paediatric Allied Health team have an exciting opportunity for an experienced clinician to join the multidisciplinary team as a Practice Supervisor, Social Work.
As the Practice Supervisor you willhold professional governance responsibility; provide clinical supervision, support professional development and clinical practice of the team to ensure a quality service. You will carry a clinical caseload whilst providing day to day coordination and leadership for the Social Workers across Starship.
Reporting to the Clinical Lead of Paediatric Social Work, this key role involves both a clinical and leadership component and will see you working closely with Allied Health leadership to support the overall development of the paediatric social work service. Here is your chance to develop your skills in clinical leadership, motivating/ guiding staff development, and building sustainable health practices in the acute context.
This is the perfect opportunity for a motivated clinician looking to enhance their skills and advance their career; we would love to hear from Social Workers with:
At least 5+ years' experience under their belt
Specialties within the paediatric and child protection field
Post graduate qualifications
To be successful, you will need to be registered with the Social Work registration board (NZ) and be able to demonstrate excellent clinical decision making skills & use of evidence based practice.
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As a service we offerexciting opportunities to extend professionally within our specialised team. We offer a comprehensive orientation programme along with regular formal supervision, peer review and on-going collegial support/ mentorship. The active participation in both education and in-service programmes will provide beneficial career development and the exposure is second to none.
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We hope you will explore this opportunity further by either applying below or you can contact our recruitment consultant Kimiora Nathan on ********** to learn more. Job Reference: GRA00025
Applications Close: 29 September 2019
Auckland DHB is committed to the application of the Children's Act 2014 and its intent to improve the safety of all children. This position is a Children's Worker as defined by the Act.