Project Officer - Performance & Outcomes Service
The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving quality in health care. Our Council represents governments, consumers and peak health bodies from throughout Australia. We are Australia's leading healthcare assessment and accreditation provider.
The ACHS Performance and Outcomes Service (POS) is seeking an experienced Project Officer to join its expanding team.
The Project Officer will support the department manager in the development, collection, reporting and analysis of ACHS Clinical Indicators. A key function of the role is communication with a wide range of ACHS members and peak health industry stakeholders, including high-level communication with clinicians and statisticians. Major responsibilities include the coordination of clinical indicator working groups, development and review of POS resources and tools. The position requires surveillance of national and international research relevant to measurement in health care, data collection and quality monitoring.
To meet the requirements of this position, candidates will possess a tertiary qualification in health services or related discipline, an understanding of health data systems and measurement, demonstrated experience in research methodology and high-level communication and project management skills. Essential to this role is advanced computer literacy and website navigation.
You will enjoy being part of a small team, and thrive in a role which requires flexibility and attention to detail.
Candidates should submit their application based on the essential competencies listed in the job description and provide a detailed resume with two professional referees.
The salary package is dependent on qualifications and experience and includes employer superannuation and a monthly RDO entitlement.
Applications should be directed to
Dr Hao Zheng email@example.com (02) 8218 2733.
Applications close COB Monday, 24 September 2018.
Last Review Date 10 September 2018