Assurance & Risk Coordinator - Aged Care

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Anglicare Southern Queensland
Location
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Salary
Competitive salary
Posted
21 Jun 2021
Closes
24 Jun 2021
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Job role
Compliance/risk
01st June, 2021

About us

At Anglicare SQ, we recognise each person in our care as an individual, with their own unique story and diverse needs. This and our commitment to caring for those in need has seen Anglicare grow to be one of Queensland's most trusted providers, with services covering home and residential aged care, mental health, youth support, disability, homelessness, foster care and family. For three years in a row, Anglicare has been recognised as the most trusted brand for Aged Care and Retirement Villages in Queensland and, were also honoured to receive the Gold Standard for Quality care and support for Aged Care and Retirement.

About the Position
To ensure we continue to provide the highest standards of care, our Governance Risk & Assurance team is looking for 2 x Assurance & Risk Coordinators to join us on a permanent full-time basis. Based in our Brisbane offices, you will also have the option to work from home part time, as well as traveling to our sites. You will be supported and mentored by your managers and work closely with the Research and Innovation team, the Policy team and Learning and Development team to ensure the ongoing success of our integrated clinical and care governance framework and systems. At Anglicare, we take a proactive approach to risk and assurance, and your day to day work will include:

  • Leading, driving, implementing, and ensuring best practice quality management systems and programs of activity for the Aged Care portfolio to align with Anglicare's best practice evidence-based models, standards, and legislative requirements
  • Support service leaders to develop and implement quality management systems
  • Drive and support the application of risk management principles and practices including risk identification, monitoring, managing, and reporting
  • Drive continuous improvement at the system, process, and cultural level (from compliance to commitment)
  • Proactively identifying opportunities to enhance clinical and care governance to deliver exceptional client outcomes

What We Offer You
Anglicare is committed to building a highly skilled workforce and providing an encouraging, positive environment where everyone is valued. We support our staff with learning and development initiatives, an employee benefits program, flexible hours and many unique benefits to our staff. We are recognised as a leading employer in the non-profit sector. You will also enjoy:

  • Flexible work arrangements, with the option to work from home and also from our gorgeous heritage building in the cathedral precinct on Ann St, Brisbane
  • A friendly and dedicated team of professionals in a collaborative and supportive environment
  • Genuine career growth and development plans
  • We are a not for profit, so you will have the option to increase your take-home pay with salary packaging

About YouWe are looking for someone who brings the following:
  • Recent clinical practice with a minimum of 5 years experience in aged care or related field
  • Current AHPRA registration as a Registered Nurse, or Enrolled Nurse
  • Demonstrated experience in implementing best practice quality/risk management systems
  • Experienced with application of integrated risk management frameworks
  • In-depth understanding of aged care policy, legislation, standards, and accreditation - or accreditation and assessment experience in an acute environment
  • Systems and critical thinker with demonstrated analytical skills
  • Track record of delivering systemic continuous improvement
  • Experience with quality/risk/safety information systems (e.g. RiskMan)
  • Credible, engaging communicator and highly effective report writer

Anglicare is committed to building an inclusive and diverse workforce and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, those from cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds, LGBTIQ+ communities, people with disabilities, and people with a lived experience of mental health issues.

Interested? Apply now!

For further information please contact


Julie Normoyle on 07 3838 7547
Applications close 18th June 2021


Shortlisted applicants will be asked to complete a Pre-Employment Assessment that requires disclosure of pre-existing injuries, illnesses or conditions that could reasonably be aggravated by performing the duties of this position.
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