Chief Nursing Information Officer
|Position Title||Chief Nursing Information Officer|
|Employment Type||Full time – fixed term|
|Division||Innovation & Digital Services|
|Location||Bendigo – Main campuses|
EBA: Nurses and Midwives (Victorian Public Health Sector) (Single Interest Employers) Enterprise Agreement 2016 – 2020
Classification: RN G7 DON 201-300
|Hours per fortnight||80|
|Position Summary||Bendigo Health is a leader in regional health care, combining outstanding services with a strong education, training and personal development culture. Bendigo is one of Victoria’s fastest growing regional cities, our vision is “Excellent Care. Every Person. Every Time.”
The Division of Innovation and Digital Services is charged with using technology to help deliver on our vision. As well as responsibility for the mainstream ICT services and support the division encompasses Research and Development, Innovation, ePR project and associated resources including the Chief Clinical Information Officers.
The Division leverages ICT technologies and expertise to provide the technical foundations for innovation and transformation of our clinical service delivery. Critical to this is the successful implementation of an ePR in the acute setting and the development of innovative ways to use the data this will create. The Division is instrumental in building a strong culture of utilising health informatics and using data to drive innovation.
Bendigo Health, employs around 3800 people, is the largest employer in the region and boasts many great staff benefits that include:
Title: Chief Nursing Informatics Officer (CNIO)
Classification: RN Grade 7 ZH4
Hours: 80 hours per fortnight
For further information on the role please refer to the position description. Applications are to be submitted online.
01.Registered as a Nurse Div 1 with Australian Health Practitioners Registration Authority.
02.Registered with a professional body for informatics or willing to register within 6 months of appointment.
03.Understanding of the relevant legislation pertaining to Nursing and Midwifery staff and Informaticists.
04.A good understanding of clinical workflows in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
05.Leadership and change and adoption management in health services including excellent communication skills and ability to engage stakeholders.
06.Knowledge and proficiency with IT systems with a good understanding of trends in local, national and international information technologies.
07.Project management experience.
08.Demonstrated high level analytical ability and strong organisational skills to be able to deliver projects on time and within budget.
09.Good understanding of the Victorian public health system in particular the clinical and quality requirements for care delivery.
10.A current and satisfactory National Police Record Check must be presented at the time of commencement.
|Contact Person||Bruce Winzar|
|Contact Number||(0419) 326 259|