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Risk and Compliance Officer

Advertiser: AEIOU Foundation3.1 out of 53.1 overall rating (7 employee reviews) More jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
30 Nov 2018
Location
Brisbane, CBD & Inner Suburbs
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Community Services & Development, Other

Risk and Compliance Officer

Central Office, Woolloongabba
Fixed-term contract (1 year), full-time

About Us

AEIOU Foundation is one of Australia’s leading providers of early intervention for children with autism who are aged 2-6 years. Our evidence-based service supports children to develop essential life skills, fostering greater independence, confidence and inclusion.

The full-time service is delivered by a transdisciplinary team comprised of behaviour therapists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, teachers and educators.

AEIOU Foundation is a profit-for-purpose organisation, operating across ten centres in Queensland and South Australia with a national expansion program underway.

About the Role

Reporting through to the Director HR and Head of Service Delivery, this hands-on role will primarily be responsible for leading all aspects of continuous quality improvement across AEIOU’s service, to ensure compliance to contractual and accreditation standards and to monitor and manage risk in all areas of the organisation’s scope of operations. Some key responsibilities are:

  • Develop and implement the Quality, Risk and Clinical Governance systems;
  • Manage the quality documents system, including approval, publishing, document review, archive, disposal, storage;
  • Work with clinical and service teams to ensure program reviews are undertaken and are in accordance with the relevant clinical governance standards and NDIS;
  • Act as Restrictive Practices Compliance Officer;
  • Act as WHS and Rehabilitation Officer; and
  • Establish, monitor and measure risk and compliance performance; analysing performance to identify the need for corrective action and maintain register of actions.

About You

  • Whilst previous experience in childcare, disability or non-for-profit would be ideal, you are a highly self-motivated and passionate individual ready to join our team;
  • Sound understanding of the Workplace Health and Safety Act and Regulations 2011; Australian Risk Management Standards and principles of Quality and Clinical Governance;
  • Excellent relationship management skills, including the ability to advise and collaborate across all levels of the organisation;
  • High attention to detail and well developed verbal and written communication skills
  • High-level organisational skills, with demonstrated capacity to set priorities, work with limited supervision, manage variable workloads and contribute to an effective team environment; and
  • Relevant qualifications pertaining to Business, Risk and Compliance or HR.

AEIOU Foundation offers:

  • Flexible working hours
  • Salary Sacrificing
  • 5 weeks annual leave

At AEIOU, our team is valued and supported. The work we do is valuable and rewarding, and you can take pride in the difference you are making.

Download the Position Description at aeiou.org.au/careers-at-aeiou.

Apply today via SEEK, attach your cover letter addressing the selection criteria and your CV. 

Application closes: 14 December 2018

For queries, please email humanresources@aeiou.org.au

aeiou.org.au

Central Office, Woolloongabba
Fixed-term contract (1 year), full-time

About Us

AEIOU Foundation is one of Australia’s leading providers of early intervention for children with autism who are aged 2-6 years. Our evidence-based service supports children to develop essential life skills, fostering greater independence, confidence and inclusion.

The full-time service is delivered by a transdisciplinary team comprised of behaviour therapists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, teachers and educators.

AEIOU Foundation is a profit-for-purpose organisation, operating across ten centres in Queensland and South Australia with a national expansion program underway.

About the Role

Reporting through to the Director HR and Head of Service Delivery, this hands-on role will primarily be responsible for leading all aspects of continuous quality improvement across AEIOU’s service, to ensure compliance to contractual and accreditation standards and to monitor and manage risk in all areas of the organisation’s scope of operations. Some key responsibilities are:

  • Develop and implement the Quality, Risk and Clinical Governance systems;
  • Manage the quality documents system, including approval, publishing, document review, archive, disposal, storage;
  • Work with clinical and service teams to ensure program reviews are undertaken and are in accordance with the relevant clinical governance standards and NDIS;
  • Act as Restrictive Practices Compliance Officer;
  • Act as WHS and Rehabilitation Officer; and
  • Establish, monitor and measure risk and compliance performance; analysing performance to identify the need for corrective action and maintain register of actions.

About You

  • Whilst previous experience in childcare, disability or non-for-profit would be ideal, you are a highly self-motivated and passionate individual ready to join our team;
  • Sound understanding of the Workplace Health and Safety Act and Regulations 2011; Australian Risk Management Standards and principles of Quality and Clinical Governance;
  • Excellent relationship management skills, including the ability to advise and collaborate across all levels of the organisation;
  • High attention to detail and well developed verbal and written communication skills
  • High-level organisational skills, with demonstrated capacity to set priorities, work with limited supervision, manage variable workloads and contribute to an effective team environment; and
  • Relevant qualifications pertaining to Business, Risk and Compliance or HR.

AEIOU Foundation offers:

  • Flexible working hours
  • Salary Sacrificing
  • 5 weeks annual leave

At AEIOU, our team is valued and supported. The work we do is valuable and rewarding, and you can take pride in the difference you are making.

Download the Position Description at aeiou.org.au/careers-at-aeiou.

Apply today via SEEK, attach your cover letter addressing the selection criteria and your CV. 

Application closes: 14 December 2018

For queries, please email humanresources@aeiou.org.au

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