Clinical Nurse Educator

Temporary based in Mentone, then at newly refurbished site in Noble Park from mid 2023

Free onsite parking and close to public transport

Excellent training and ongoing support 

Full time, ongoing role


Formed in 1917, the Queen Elizabeth Centre (QEC) is Victoria's largest provider of residential, community and home-based parenting services, for families with children aged from birth until 4 years of age. QEC’s vision is for children to get the best start in life. QEC is undergoing a significant period of growth and this is a very exciting time to join us.

QEC employs a skilled, multidisciplinary workforce who work in a child-centred, strengths based partnership approach, by building genuine and respectful partnerships with parents/carers, in order to work towards achieving improved outcomes for children and their families.

QEC provides a range of programs, varying in duration, and intensity and location (residential, home and community based). All programs at QEC are research informed, evidence based and individually tailored to meet the unique needs of each family.


About the role:

The Clinical Nurse Educator plays a key role in enabling the delivery of the highest standard of safe, evidence-informed and competent care.
As a registered nurse, the Clinical Nurse Educator will provide the ‘nurse lens’ in clinical training, program development and delivery, while working in alignment with registration requirements of the AHPRA and Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.

With the current expansion of the Early Parenting Centre Sector and the implementation of the Victorian EPC Outcomes Framework, the Clinical Nurse Educator joins the growing Learning@QEC Team, in supporting the increasing
clinical workforce.


About you:

Div 1 Registered Nurse and AHPRA registration

Desirable post grad qualifications in Paediatrics,  Midwifery, Maternal and Child Health Nursing, Mental Health or similar 

Certificate IV in Training & Assessment or similar

Demonstrated experience in clinical teaching and facilitation

Theorecitcal understanding of child and family health, trauma informed care, safety and child development


To apply:

Please apply via Seek including your resume and cover letter. 

Please refer to to find out more and access the position description.

For further information about this role, please contact People & Culture on (03) 9549 2777 or

Applications close 10th March 2023.  


Appointment is subject to a satisfactory Police Check, Working with Children Check, current APHRA Division 1 Nursing Registration and Immunisation status.

QEC employees are required to comply with the Victorian Public Sector Code of Conduct and the Victorian Child Safe Standards.

QEC promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment and is committed to a more diverse workforce.