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Career Opportunities

Job title: Senior Administrator
ACHS is seeking an experienced Senior Administrator with health care experience.

Selection criteria
•    Effective communication and presentation skills to prepare reports, papers, submissions, articles, issue papers and publications.
•    Demonstrated high levels of attention to detail, accuracy and professionalism.
•    Ability to work effectively, both independently and unsupervised while also working in a team and interacting with multidisciplinary teams across the organisation.
•    Demonstrated skills in managing projects involving multiple stakeholders.
•    Customer focused approach to service provision.
•    Demonstrated organisational skills to manage priorities, allocate workload and meet timelines.
•    Advanced report writing and presentation skills.
•    Demonstrated experience and passion for innovation and consistent improvement.
•    Relevant tertiary qualifications including at least 5 years working experience.

You will enjoy being part of a small team, and thrive in a role which requires flexibility and attention to detail.

To apply
Candidates should submit their resume with a covering letter addressing the selection criteria.

The salary package includes employer superannuation, leave loading and a monthly RDO entitlement.

Applications close Wednesday 25 May 2022.

Enquires should be directed to:
Pauline Weir
Manager Accreditation Administration Division, ACHS
pweir@achs.org.au
(02) 9281 9955
Job title: Manager - Assessor Division
  • Be at the forefront of our highly successful, well-established business
  • Lead our work assessing health services
  • Exciting role – direct report to Executive Director

We are seeking a self-motivated team player to make a difference in safety and quality.

The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS) is an experienced industry leader in hospital accreditation and health care standards and continues to deliver excellent customer service. ACHS seeks to secure an outstanding Manager for a role that is critical to driving further success for our NFP company.

This position will work very closely in partnership with senior executives and peers to drive and manage our Assessor strategy.

We are seeking a skilful and innovative manager with health service experience for this position. Flexible work arrangements will be considered, although ideally the incumbent will be based on the east coast of Australia.
Key responsibilities include the management of the day-to day operations of the ACHS Assessor Division and enhancement of the ACHS Assessor Cohort to provide comprehensive accreditation assessment services to ACHS members. This includes the recruitment, onboarding and training for new assessors, continued education, support and resource development for all ACHS Assessors, management of performance, and future planning and development consistent with the ACHS Strategic Plan and Direction.

The role includes a requirement to participate in accreditation assessments to maintain currency of practice and a contemporary knowledge of healthcare accreditation and health services.

Selection Criteria
  1. Demonstrated high level contemporary strategic and operational management experience within the health industry
  2. Ability to respond to changing priorities and meet strategic goals as they change in response to internal and external environments
  3. Excellent communications and interpersonal skills (written, oral and formal presentations)
  4. Demonstrated knowledge of current Australian and International environments as they relate to quality and safety in healthcare and accreditation, including but not limited to the ACHS Evaluation and Quality Improvement Program (EQuIP) and the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards
  5. Experience and demonstrated expertise as an accreditation Assessor preferred
  6. Ability to develop and deliver education and support materials and programs to support Assessor recruitment and ongoing professional development and maintain a professional, responsive and contemporary high functioning Assessor cohort 
  7. Ability to develop resources to support accreditation assessments in new and emerging areas and markets
  8. Expertise in current human resources and contract management practices including performance management of employees and contractors
  9. Able to work independently within approved delegations and the scope of the role and motivated to achieve quality outcomes
  10. Possess appropriate and relevant tertiary qualifications
Enquiries should be directed to:
Dr Lena Low
Executive Director - Corporate & Assessor Divisions, ACHS 
lsl@achs.org.au

To apply
Applications addressing the selection criteria together with a current CV should be submitted to: lsl@achs.org.au
Job title: Marketing Coordinator

ACHS seeks to secure a versatile Marketing Coordinator to join our growing team and assist in driving further success for our NFP company.

About the Role
Reporting directly to the Marketing Manager, this position will work very closely with the team to drive and implement an integrated marketing strategy.
In this role you support and collaborate with multiple stakeholders to manage marketing activities including content writing, event coordination and promotional activities.

Key Responsibilities
As a key contributor to our team your responsibilities will include:

  • Copy Writing/Content Creation
  • Create and deliver e-newsletter
  • Media monitoring and releases
  • Coordinate publications including blogs
  • Coordinate events and conferences
  • Content creation for marketing assets
  • Social Media content planning and production
  • Website content and updates
  • Lead generation activities

About You
This role has been designed for a creative person who has a proven track record in marketing, with a focus in content creation and event management.

Essential

  • Marketing or Communications qualification
  • 2-3 years marketing experience
  • High level written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent proof-reading and editing skills
  • Experience in online and print publication production
  • Flexible approach to work demands and changing priorities
  • Forward thinking, enthusiastic and can multi-task
  • Ability to demonstrate autonomy but can also work well in a team

Desirable

  • Experience working in health sector
  • Experience coordinating and marketing events and conferences
  • Highly-developed organisational skills
  • Our team is committed to building a culture where people are valued and recognised for the contribution they make to the success of our business.

Based in Sydney, this position is a two-year contract role with possible extension. ACHS is a hybrid workplace.
To apply, please provide a CV, covering letter and contact details.