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Senior Executive Officer, Supervisor Learning & Training Support

Advertiser: Royal Australasian College of Physicians2.8 out of 52.8 overall rating (28 employee reviews) More jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
1 Mar 2019
Location
Sydney, CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Education & Training, Workplace Training & Assessment
Senior Executive Officer, Supervisor Learning & Training Support
  • Key Education Leadership Position
  • Permanent role
  • Great Sydney CBD location

 
The Role 
 
Supervisor Learning and Training Support Unit is part of the Training Support and Operations (TSO) portfolio, one of four areas in ELA. TSO is the operational portfolio responsible for the delivery of advice and services to trainees, trainers and committees in RACP basic training and advanced training programs; the accreditation of training settings for basic and advanced training; and developing and managing the RACP training support function.

Key Responsibilities will include but not be limited to;

  • Develop and implement policies, systems and processes for the support of trainees in difficulty (TID), their supervisors and RACP education and training committees
  • Plan, coordinate and manage the annual cycle of RACP Supervisor Learning Support training programs, to ensure coordinated linkages and transitions with activities in the Office of the Dean eLearning programs and other RACP areas
  • Coordinate case management of RACP trainees for whom local remediation has not been successful
  • Provide RACP-wide advice on policies and processes for the support of trainees in difficulty, and associated mechanisms
  • Contribute to training for Fellows educating trainees, dealing with trainees in difficulty, and those participating in the IRT process
  • Provide support to the Physician Health and Welling Reference Group and support the actions from the RACP Health and Wellbeing Strategic Roadmap
  • With the Director ELA, progress actions for ELA in the Indigenous Strategic Framework
  • Develop and implement appropriate trainee in difficulty pathways, including guidance and advice to trainees, supervisors, committees and jurisdictions.
  • Develop pathway criteria and guidelines to determine when a case of an individual trainee in difficulty requires elevation to central RACP case management, and options for case management
  • Coordinate casework management for specified individual TIDs
  • Collaborate with managers and unit leaders in Education Services, to coordinate and streamline interfaces
  • Manage efficient and effective performance across supervisor learning support and training support portfolios, including performance management, recruitment, staff development, and mentoring
  • Manage business planning, resource management and financial operations to achieve agreed priorities and outcomes within budget.
  • Ensure all operations are consistent with principles of procedural fairness and natural justice
  • Contribute to evaluations and reviews of training support operations and policies and oversee implementation of change and continuous improvement
  • Secretariat services for committees as nominated
  • Progress actions in the Physician Health and Wellbeing Strategic Roadmap and the Indigenous Strategic Framework
  • Other duties as required by the Manager, Training Support and Operations
  • Member of the ELA Leaders Group

The Successful Candidate 
 
To be successful in the role you will need relevant tertiary qualifications and/or relevant experience, in addition to;  

  • Demonstrated experience in systems for support of adult learners working and learning in vocational or tertiary training settings, preferably in a medical environment
  • Demonstrated experience in programs that promote safe working environments and wellbeing
  • Commitment to professional client service, quality assurance and continuous improvement
  • Experience leading a small team to deliver outcomes in a complex environment and with tight time frames
  • Proven ability to drive the implementation of educational resources, and the continuous improvement of existing resources.
  • Demonstrated effective working relationships with external and internal stakeholders, and with committees
  • Experience in policy development and implementation
  • Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills
  • High level written and oral communication skills, including collaborative relationship skills, policy/process documentation, reports, briefs and presentations

 Highly advantageous:

  • Knowledge of roles of specialist medical colleges, and relationships with health jurisdictions and regulatory agencies would be advantageous. 
  • Experience in, or knowledge and understanding of, postgraduate medical education in Australia or New Zealand
  • Knowledge of roles of specialist medical colleges, and relationships with health jurisdictions and regulatory agencies
  • Experience in working with Indigenous stakeholders

 
Working Together as One

In return for your commitment the College offers you the chance to join a prestigious international organisation. As an educational body, the College encourages its employees to continue their education through our professional development funds and internal training opportunities. Employees of the College also receive access to a range of benefits, including additional paid leave between Christmas and New Year and exclusive employee discounts

To apply, please send your resume and short cover letter addressing the criteria listed under “The Successful Candidate” section by 22 March 2019

For the position description, visit www.racp.edu.au/about/careers-at-racp

For any further information, please email recruitment@racp.edu.au.

About the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP):

The RACP trains, educates and advocates on behalf of 15,570 physicians and 7,000 trainees across Australia and New Zealand.

The College represents a broad range of medical specialties including general medicine, paediatrics and child health, cardiology, respiratory medicine, neurology, oncology, public health medicine, occupational and environmental medicine, palliative medicine, sexual health medicine, rehabilitation medicine, geriatric medicine and addiction medicine. Beyond the drive for medical excellence, the RACP is committed to developing health and social policies which bring vital improvements to the wellbeing of patients.

www.racp.edu.au

No agencies please | The RACP is an equal opportunity employer

  • Key Education Leadership Position
  • Permanent role
  • Great Sydney CBD location

 
The Role 
 
Supervisor Learning and Training Support Unit is part of the Training Support and Operations (TSO) portfolio, one of four areas in ELA. TSO is the operational portfolio responsible for the delivery of advice and services to trainees, trainers and committees in RACP basic training and advanced training programs; the accreditation of training settings for basic and advanced training; and developing and managing the RACP training support function.

Key Responsibilities will include but not be limited to;

  • Develop and implement policies, systems and processes for the support of trainees in difficulty (TID), their supervisors and RACP education and training committees
  • Plan, coordinate and manage the annual cycle of RACP Supervisor Learning Support training programs, to ensure coordinated linkages and transitions with activities in the Office of the Dean eLearning programs and other RACP areas
  • Coordinate case management of RACP trainees for whom local remediation has not been successful
  • Provide RACP-wide advice on policies and processes for the support of trainees in difficulty, and associated mechanisms
  • Contribute to training for Fellows educating trainees, dealing with trainees in difficulty, and those participating in the IRT process
  • Provide support to the Physician Health and Welling Reference Group and support the actions from the RACP Health and Wellbeing Strategic Roadmap
  • With the Director ELA, progress actions for ELA in the Indigenous Strategic Framework
  • Develop and implement appropriate trainee in difficulty pathways, including guidance and advice to trainees, supervisors, committees and jurisdictions.
  • Develop pathway criteria and guidelines to determine when a case of an individual trainee in difficulty requires elevation to central RACP case management, and options for case management
  • Coordinate casework management for specified individual TIDs
  • Collaborate with managers and unit leaders in Education Services, to coordinate and streamline interfaces
  • Manage efficient and effective performance across supervisor learning support and training support portfolios, including performance management, recruitment, staff development, and mentoring
  • Manage business planning, resource management and financial operations to achieve agreed priorities and outcomes within budget.
  • Ensure all operations are consistent with principles of procedural fairness and natural justice
  • Contribute to evaluations and reviews of training support operations and policies and oversee implementation of change and continuous improvement
  • Secretariat services for committees as nominated
  • Progress actions in the Physician Health and Wellbeing Strategic Roadmap and the Indigenous Strategic Framework
  • Other duties as required by the Manager, Training Support and Operations
  • Member of the ELA Leaders Group

The Successful Candidate 
 
To be successful in the role you will need relevant tertiary qualifications and/or relevant experience, in addition to;  

  • Demonstrated experience in systems for support of adult learners working and learning in vocational or tertiary training settings, preferably in a medical environment
  • Demonstrated experience in programs that promote safe working environments and wellbeing
  • Commitment to professional client service, quality assurance and continuous improvement
  • Experience leading a small team to deliver outcomes in a complex environment and with tight time frames
  • Proven ability to drive the implementation of educational resources, and the continuous improvement of existing resources.
  • Demonstrated effective working relationships with external and internal stakeholders, and with committees
  • Experience in policy development and implementation
  • Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills
  • High level written and oral communication skills, including collaborative relationship skills, policy/process documentation, reports, briefs and presentations

 Highly advantageous:

  • Knowledge of roles of specialist medical colleges, and relationships with health jurisdictions and regulatory agencies would be advantageous. 
  • Experience in, or knowledge and understanding of, postgraduate medical education in Australia or New Zealand
  • Knowledge of roles of specialist medical colleges, and relationships with health jurisdictions and regulatory agencies
  • Experience in working with Indigenous stakeholders

 
Working Together as One

In return for your commitment the College offers you the chance to join a prestigious international organisation. As an educational body, the College encourages its employees to continue their education through our professional development funds and internal training opportunities. Employees of the College also receive access to a range of benefits, including additional paid leave between Christmas and New Year and exclusive employee discounts

To apply, please send your resume and short cover letter addressing the criteria listed under “The Successful Candidate” section by 22 March 2019

For the position description, visit www.racp.edu.au/about/careers-at-racp

For any further information, please email recruitment@racp.edu.au.

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