ANFPP Nurse Supervisor - Mt Druitt

The Nurse Supervisor is a leader, coach, mentor and educator. Their role is integral to the success of Australian Nurse-Family Partnership Program (ANFPP). Part of the role includes support and supervision of the ANFPP team in collaboration with the ANFPP Team leader, including the Nurse Home Visitor (NHV), Family Partnership Worker (FPW) and administration. The Nurse Supervisor works closely with WACHS to build strong relationships between the ANFPP team, families and the community and works closely with the National Program Centre to ensure fidelity to the program model.

The role is supported by the National Program Centre who provide education on the ANFPP, and a network of nurse supervisors nationally.

  • Attractive employment package including a salary of up to $100, 000 (based on skills and experience) plus salary packaging
  • Western Sydney location
  • Use your skills to make a difference in Aboriginal health

Essential Criteria

  • Current registration as a Registered Nurse or Midwife with AHPRA, and current drivers licence. Minimum of 3 years experience in program management. Including experience in managing a Team.
  • Demonstrated experience in preparing reports for funding bodies according to program guidelines
  • Demonstrated ability to provide supervision to a small team of staff.
  • Demonstrated ability to form relationships and work effectively with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander clients, families, and co-workers. This includes a demonstrated awareness of, and sensitivity to Aboriginal culture and history, Aboriginal primary health care, and current issues affecting the lives of Aboriginal people and communities.
  • Demonstrated ability to work autonomously, and within a team environment, with excellent written and verbal communication skills and leadership skills.
  • Demonstrated computer skills, including email, word processing, and electronic health records.
  • Demonstrated ability to participate in formal intensive workplace training, and professional development, including ability to travel interstate as required.

Desirable Criteria

  • Aboriginality
  • Recent work experience and knowledge of maternal/child health services, particularly in a primary health care setting.

How to Apply

Applicants are required to provide:

  1. A detailed response to the essential criteria listed above in the position description, available at
  2. A copy of your current resume
  3. Details of 2 referees (one must be a current supervisor)
  4. Please send your completed application to

All enquiries can be directed to Nicola Penn on 02 8869 4100

Closing date: 5pm Thursday 17th October 2019

  • Contact: Nicola Penn
  • Email:
  • Phone: 02 8869 4100
  • Application closing date: Thursday, 17 October 2019