Education Coordinator

Neonatal Critical Care Unit

About the role

Mater Education currently has an exciting opportunity for an Education Coordinator – Neonatal Critical Care Unit to join one of Australia’s leading healthcare education providers in a full-time, fixed term capacity based at Mater Mother’s Hospital South Brisbane until January 2022 with potential for extension through till June.

About Mater Education 

For more than 100 years, Mater has delivered quality training for clinicians and healthcare professionals. Today, we’re part of Mater’s state-wide network of hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Mater Education is a leading provider of interprofessional healthcare education and training, with world-class clinical simulation programs, facilities and faculty. As a nationally accredited training provider, and the largest private provider of Enrolled Nurses in Australia, we deliver contemporary, interprofessional workforce training and translational simulation services across a wide range of sectors including health, aged and residential care, emergency services, childcare and direct to the community.

We offer a range of courses for beginning practitioners through to highly experienced clinicians. The quality of content we deliver is founded in the synthesis of leading research, evidence-based contemporary education and clinical practice. 

Working as a member of Mater’s Education team, you will work collaboratively to support the delivery of high-quality education and training to Mater People.

About the Neonatal Critical Care Unit

The Neonatal Critical Care Unit is a 79 bed highly specialised and complex service which provides care for approximately 2000 babies per year. It is comprised of 45 intensive care beds, separated into Preterm/Medical and Cardiac/Surgical beds, and 34 Special Care beds inclusive of rooming in facilities. Care is delivered in accordance with best practice standards and in a highly collaborative environment.

The Mater NCCU is a perinatal tertiary referral centre for babies requiring cardiac and surgical care for the Southeast and Central Queensland regions. The NCCU provides exceptional care to babies of both public and privately funded families who require specialised care for their baby who may be preterm, term or have medical, surgical or cardiac conditions as well as special care nursery babies transitioning to home.

Salary range: $54.00 - $60.62 per hour plus superannuation (Mater Nursing and Midwifery Enterprise Agreement)

What you’ll be doing

This role will work as part of the Mater Education team to support education programs and services that meet the needs of the Neonatal Critical Care Unit, Mater Mother’s Hospital South Brisbane.

Other responsibilities will include:

  • supporting with implementing strategic and operational plans for Mater Education’s clinical education and translational simulation programs
  • coordination and delivery of education programs and translational simulation activities
  • coordination of program review, design and development with input into strategic and operational activities associated to program delivery

About you 

To be considered for this role, you will meet the following criteria: 

  • Master’s degree in education or working towards
  • Post Graduate qualifications in neonatal nursing
  • TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (desirable)
  • Demonstrated high level competence with Microsoft word, Excel, Microsoft Access, and PowerPoint
  • The ability to work outside of standard hours if/when required
  • Offsite delivery of activities including within the local area, and state-wide if required

Closing date for applications is Friday 21st May 2021. Click here for more information.

*Please note we will be reviewing and contacting applicants as they come in, so please ensure you submit your application as soon as possible.

Posted 11 May 2021