June 2020

Infection and immunity masterclass series for health professionals



Gain time critical knowledge in the field of infection and immunity with a series of free online seminars led by highly respected senior clinicians and health professionals from the University of Sydney.

The Sydney University infection and immunity masterclass for health professionals is a free, online seminar series which explores a range of topics including virology, epidemiology, infection prevention, clinical treatment, vaccine development, safety and ethics to assist professionals better understand COVID-19 and Australia\'s response to pandemics now and in the future.

Health professionals are invited to register their interest here so they can receive an email once the series is live.

Contact for more information

Madeleine Culp



Submitted by Madeleine Culp

EOI - Workforce coordinator nursing & midwifery



Temporary Full Time up to 3 months
Nurse Manager Grade 5

This Expression of Interest is open to employees within WSLHD with current or previous Nursing or Midwifery management and leadership experience.

The Workforce Coordinator will support COVID-19 workforce initiatives in ongoing planning, models of care, training and recruitment across WSLHD:


  • Works with the Nurse Manager Workforce WSLHD, Facility/Service Director of Nursing and Midwifery to determine the strategic priorities of the workforce in relation to COVID19 pandemic

  • Finalise the Nursing and Midwifery COVID-19 Talent Pool recruitment campaign

  • Design workforce plan for recently upskilling of staff to ensure currency of practice is maintained

  • Finalise reporting requirement on COVID-19 workforce initiatives for LHD Executive and Ministry of Health

Selection Criteria:

  • Current registration with AHPRA as a Registered Nurse – Division 1

  • Demonstrated management and leadership experience in the public sector with appropriate postgraduate qualifications and/or work experience deemed appropriate by the employer

  • Excellent time management skills, with the ability to work under pressure and deliver outcomes within timelines

  • Proven interpersonal skills including strong written, verbal, communication and presentation skills

  • Demonstrated knowledge of roster creation and management skills, including recruitment management experience and knowledge of workforce systems within health

  • Demonstrated leadership skills including the ability to network and influence others internally and externally to the organisation

Submit your expression of interest to Yervette Jones, Nurse Manager Workforce Nursing & Midwifery & Clinical governance via
WSLHD-NursingMidwiferyExecutive@health.nsw.gov.au by COB 22 June 2020

Contact for more information

Natasha Smith

0427 343 443


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