Hospital EducatorHospital Educator


Published:2020-02-20T12:40:36+01:00
  • Great Location - Close to public transport
  • Supportive Team Environment
  • Part time position
  • Current AHPRA Registration

Are you a motivated and passionate nurse inspired by professional development and nurturing of others? An exciting career opportunity as a Hospital Educator awaits your application at The Victorian Rehabilitation Centre.
You will play a key role in ensuring the planning, development and teaching of education course/programs at the hospital are well thought out and executed.

As the Hospital Educator your responsibilities will include:
  • Plan, develop and deliver nursing education courses/programs within the hospital
  • Coordinate and provide hands on educational support and clinical teaching/facilitation and orientation to all staff, graduate nurses & students
  • Promote a high standard of evidence based nursing care to all patients, through dissemination of current best practice knowledge
  • Supervise staff compliance to annual Mandatory Training and completion of eLearning components
  • Ensure best practice competency based programs are available and assessment of staff competencies are provided for all staff

The Victorian Rehabilitation centre is a fully accredited 141 bed, major rehabilitation facility. The hospital offers an extensive range of inpatient and outpatient services. Our specialties include multi trauma, orthopaedics, stroke, pain management, cardiac, restorative, respiratory and slow stream rehabilitation.

Essential Criteria:
  • Registered Nurse with Current AHPRA Registration
  • Certificate IV workplace training and Assessment (TAE) (or working towards)
  • Post Graduate Certificate in related specialty area (or working towards)
  • Minimum of 3 years relevant educator experience
  • Demonstrated experience in eLearning platform
  • High degree of computer literacy including MS Office Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

Applications close: Friday 6th March 2020

For further enquiries: Linda Shelley - Director of Nursing ph: