Healthcare is usually slow and boring. We believe in its potential to be exciting and entertaining. But changing the healthcare experience is hard – and we’re gonna need all the help we can get…!

About Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus (or 'Euc' for short) is an Australian founded digital healthcare company that is on a mission to solve the world’s biggest healthcare challenges - think fertility, and behavioural change around chronic conditions such as weight loss, diabetes, and mental health.

Founded in Australia in 2019, we have now helped over 500K patients globally by combining technology, design and operational excellence to help patients access the best clinical support when they need it - wherever they are.

Our 4 brands (Juniper, Pilot, Kin & Software) focus heavily on personalising the experience for different demographics and are powered by a growing team across 5 countries (Australia, UK, Germany, Japan, and the Philippines).

We’ve raised over AUD$150M in funding from Aussie and Silicon Valley investors who were early backers of Uber, Canva and AirBnb. With plans to launch into several more markets, offline channels, and tackle new conditions.

We’re looking to continue building our team of executional weapons who are passionate about healthcare, aren’t afraid to work hard, and invest in others through direct and honest feedback. This approach enables us to make the most impactful changes to improve the health of millions of patients globally.

About the role (What you'll be doing)

  • Through telehealth, conduct consultations with patients, including diagnosing and prescribing medication for patients as appropriate and managing medication side effects;
  • Provide exceptional ongoing clinical support for patients;
  • Responding to medical issues;
  • Assisting in the creation of improved models of care, extensive support programs and better patient outcomes.

About you (Who you are)

  • Qualified health professional - you are a qualified Nurse Practitioner with AHPRA registration without restrictions
  • Passion for telehealth and primary care - demonstrated experience in primary care conditions and telehealth experience is a big plus
  • Tech-savvy - you are confident in navigating digital applications for clinical practice.
  • Experienced decision maker - you can make timely and accurate referral decisions based on your clinical expertise; stressful situations don't phase you
  • Trust - patients trust you implicitly because of your experience, your confidence and your manner
  • Clear communicator - communicating with patients, health professionals and team members comes naturally to you; you get the message across clear and concise
  • Heart - Patients love their interactions with you, feel safe and supported in your care and keep coming back!

Why you should join Euc

  • Our teams are incredibly passionate - Our talent bar is high and our work ethic is strong. You’ll get to stretch yourself everyday and work amongst people who care deeply about our patients. Support from our team of nurses and patient support specialists and Euc GPs
  • We move at incredible speed - You’ll work with team mates who build in the open by sharing their work freely, this helps us learn and iterate quickly so we can deliver high quality outcomes faster than our competitors. You’ll spend a lot of time outside of your comfort zone learning and iterating frequently, we wouldn’t have it any other way.
  • We will invest in your career - You'll be given opportunities to be involved in clinical project work, including quality improvement, clinical trials and content creation.
  • We offer competitive flexibility - Work the hours you want (with option to increase hours), with complete flexibility around your schedule, not just 9-5. Work from the comfort of your home and/or from our beautiful Sydney office.
  • We remove the unpaid admin work - Our technology platforms is designed to automate workflows like letter templates and electronic patient notes. Use telehealth to provide inclusive, empathetic and non-stigmatised care to vastly improve the patient experience.

At Eucalyptus, we value individuals from all backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives, and we embrace the unique qualities each person brings. When you apply, please let us know of any reasonable adjustments you may need during the interview process.

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