Nurse Unit Manager
New South Wales – The Nursing Unit Manager (NUM) role is pivotal to the co-ordination of patient care, ward management and leadership to ensure the delivery of high quality patient care and the efficient use of resources. Clinician engagement and leadership has been a prominent feature of the public health system for a number of years, where clinician led clinical standards, safety and quality improvements have become a major focus. The LHD is committed to the strengthening and ongoing involvement and clinician engagement of staff that provide direct patient care in the planning, delivery, improvement and evaluation of health services. Definition of NUM roles for the Public Health System Nurses and Midwives (State) Award 2011: “Nursing Unit Manager” means a registered nurse in charge of a ward or unit or group of wards or units in a public hospital or health service or public health organisation and shall include: “Nursing Unit Manager Level 1”- responsibilities include: (a) CO-ORDINATION OF P… – Permanent – Full-timeApply for this job.