Closes 04 Oct 2021Posted 04 Sep 2021We have an exciting opportunity for a Retinal Photographer / Grader with experience in providing a high quality screening and grading service to ensure the early detection of sight-threatening diabetic retinopathy and the reduction of blindness.
Who we areWe are a Primary Healthcare Organisation with a focus on more than good health - we want everyone to enjoy optimal health and wellbeing.
We've made it our mission to serve our community by championing, sourcing and sharing progressive and accessible health and wellbeing services with whānau at heart.
We do this by delivering vital and important tools and services to the Doctors, Nurses, and other health workers in our communities - so that they can focus on doing what they do best - caring for you and your whānau.
About the roleThis role is responsible for managing Retinal Clinics across the Waitemata DHB region and would suit someone who has an in-depth understanding of Retinal Screening, it's value in the care of people with diabetes.
This role is focussed on providing Retinal photography and screening of patients, specifically : Ensuring adequate capturing, handling patient images and data, prioritising time to ensure timely grading.
Ensure timely image grading and generation of results to GP's and referral to an Ophthalmologist for treatment as appropriate.
Responsible for maintaining internal quality assurance processesFamiliar with using patient management systems and the Microsoft suite of productsWhat you will bringYou'll be a people person, comfortable speaking and working with a wide range of individuals from all sorts of different backgrounds.
Compassion and empathy is vital to this role along with the ability to work independently, across a variety clinical locations and hours.
In order to be successful in this position, you will also have : Experience in digital photography and an in-depth understanding of Retinal ScreeningKnowledge of diabetesExperience in working with people from a wide range of ages and culturesExcellent written and verbal communication skillsDemonstrated ability with technical equipment and ITAbility to work collaborativelyA full drivers licence and comfortable driving a vanBe physically fit to be able to manage retinal screening equipmentHow to applyWe'll be reviewing applications as we receive them, so if this sounds like an opportunity for you, apply today!Please Note : Applicants must be eligible to work in New Zealand for at least 12 months and must already be in the country to be considered for this role.
The role you are applying for requires face-to-face contact in a medical setting with members of the public who may have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus or may be vulnerable if they are exposed to it.
This means that for this role, we believe we have an obligation to ensure that staff have been vaccinated.Reference117524Location(s)Central AucklandWork type(s)Comprehensive Care Ltd