Our focus is serving the community and enabling people to live life on their terms in their homes, workplaces and communities.
We have more than 2,000 employees who work in partnership with some of the most vulnerable people in society, including elders and people living with a disability.
We’re focussed on meeting community demand for essential services and helping to keep the clients and communities we serve healthy and well.
About the role
The Regional Manager - Clinical Safety and Quality is responsible for managing the ongoing application of the quality management system and clinical governance framework, to ensure high quality service delivery outcomes that are for our clients.
Reporting to the Head of Clinical Safety and Quality you will support and manage the regional process whilst establishing and fostering relationships with staff to ensure quality is embedded within clinical practice and all organisational programs and activities.
Duties include (but are not limited to):
- Review current and future Procedures and Guidelines for the Disability sector including the development of communication plans
- Provide expertise in training, supervision and support to staff in the development of knowledge and skills in line with policies and procedures
- Support and upskill client care planning, risk assessment and development of behaviour support plans as required in line with regulatory and statutory requirements
- Identify supervision and mentoring processes for clinical and non-clinical staff
- Support Regional Executive Managers as required for divisional accreditation requirements, undertaking local audits as per the audit calendar
- Provide advice and support on the review of adverse incidents and/or Root Cause Analysis in collaboration with the Manager Accreditation and Compliance and ensure progress on the implementation of recommendations arising from such reviews
As a Registered Nurse, you will have demonstrated experience and skills in Quality and Compliance and have well-developed knowledge and experience of the Disability sector.
- Current clinical skills as a Registered Nurse
- Current AHPRA Registration
- Demonstrated experience and skills in Quality and Compliance
- Well-developed Knowledge and experience of the Disability sector
- Advanced written, verbal and negotiation skills
- Advanced interpersonal and communication skills
- Demonstrated ability to work with a high level of independence and autonomy
- Well-developed time management skills ensuring stakeholder expectations are met
- Well-developed computer skills including Microsoft Office and databases
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