Clinical Education Coordinator


Start: 27/04/2021

End: 25/03/2023

Part-time: 32 hrs/week

Location: 328-336 Liverpool Rd, Ashfield NSW 2131

Base Salary: $87,488.18

Gross Salary Package (Base Salary + Superannuation + Leave Loading): $105,868

All applications must consist of an up-to-date CV and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria.

Incomplete applications will not be considered

Applications close: 8 March 2021

Position summary

The Clinical Education Coordinator will provide educational leadership in the development, coordination, delivery and evaluation of clinical and multidisciplinary courses, workshops and seminars for both Family Planning NSW clinical staff and external course participants.

The Clinical Education Coordinator will work directly with the Medical Education Officers and Nurse Educators and liaise with the Family Planning NSW Clinical Services, Education Officer Compliance, Educational Designer, clinicians and subject matter experts to achieve this goal.

The Clinical Education Coordinator may be required to undertake some weekend and after hours work.


Key Responsibilities

  • Lead and coordinate the development, delivery and evaluation of high quality reproductive and sexual health education
  • Maintain a high standard of education delivery in the programs delivered by Family Planning NSW
  • Manage education projects
  • Provide direction and mentoring to clinicians, subject matter experts and course administration regarding educational, quality and administrative processes
  • Lead the marketing effort to promote Family Planning NSW courses, workshops and seminars
  • Lead the implementation of the Continuous Course Improvement Process
  • Oversee the management and accreditation of Family Planning NSW courses with RACGP, ACRRM and other accreditation bodies, as applicable
Financial and resource management / administration
  •  Maintain appropriate resource allocation, and effective management and administrative practices, in accordance with organisational policies, processes and delegations of FPNSW.

Essential criteria


  • Tertiary qualifications in adult education or equivalent
  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
  • Extensive experience in the development and delivery of competency based education programs
  • Experience in online facilitation using Moodle
  • Ability to work autonomously with limited supervision
  • Ability to successfully manage multiple projects
  • High level communication skills (written, oral, liaison, negotiation and presentation)
  • Demonstrated ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team
  • Flexible and adaptable approach
  • Report writing skills
  • Computer literacy


  • Family Planning NSW is a pro-choice organisation

    • Staff are expected to fully support an individual’s right to choose regarding their pregnancy, whether that be parenting, adoption/foster care or abortion.
    • As an abortion service provider, all FPNSW staff are expected to actively participate in the provision of abortion services within the full scope of the role they are appointed to.
    • For this role, that means that FPNSW Education Service delivers high quality training in pregnancy options, including medical and surgical abortion
  • Must support the Family Planning NSW values:
  • Human rights focus - promoting the rights of all people to reproductive and sexual health
  • Integrity - maintaining a strong ethical base, being accountable and transparent
  • Inclusiveness - valuing and respecting diversity without judgement
  • Equity of access - ensuring access to our services for all including priority populations
  • Client  centred - placing the needs of the whole person at the centre of our work
  • Commitment to excellence - ensuring high standards in all our work
  • A just culture – a balanced accountability for both individuals and the organisation

Other requirements

  • A Criminal Record Check  and/or Working With Children Check is/are required prior to commencement in this role

Desirable criteria

  • Knowledge of current reproductive and sexual health issues
  • Experience in online course development using Moodle
  • Project management skills

Work health and safety

  • All employees are responsible to ensure they work in a manner which minimises the risk of injury to themselves, other workers, clients and visitors
  • Managers are responsible for ensuring that safe work practices are in place and all employees abide by safety instructions
  • Any potential risk should be reported to the employee’s manager immediately for investigation and remedy
  • Any breaches of safety procedures must be reported through the incident management procedures and any employee found breaching safety requirements will be subject to disciplinary action which may include termination of employment

Contact details

To apply: 

For further information please contact Manager Education Pip Lyndon-James at or 0415 415 022 .

Applications close by 5PM, 8 March

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