Position: Nurse Systems Support Coordinator
Great 6 month assignment in Wyong for a Nurse Systems Support Coordinator with our Government Client!
- Develops services in line with current support service philosophy which promotes improvement in quality of life and fosters independence for people with disability who have a range of functional abilities and complex needs.
- Develops quality assurance mechanisms and processes to monitor, evaluate and predict trends, in service delivery, client outcomes, adherence to procedures and the operation of all service types across the Centre.
- Designs systems, particularly IT-based, to support the implementation of new policy or priority directives, service reforms, and individual client management plans.
- Ensures systems are in place to collect data and monitor and evaluate operational systems to comply with practice and policy, ethical standards and legislation.
- Provides information on quality, performance, trends, and budgets for reporting purposes and the complication of the Centre and regional management plans, based on effective analysis of systems operation data.
- Develops frameworks and protocols for the implementation of change, including stakeholder communication strategies.
- Provides support to all staff, to foster a spirit of teamwork, co-operation, support and excellence in performance.
- Provides a small team with feedback, advice, coaching, training and support, and agree actions to improve performance, to enable them to maximise performance.
- Co-ordinates and reviews person centred individual / lifestyle plans, assisting in managing complex stakeholder issues; monitoring and coaching staff with complex client matters.
- Designs and manages the systems supporting the coordination of accommodation and placement processes, ensuring systems are in place to manage the smooth transition of clients entering and exiting the supported accommodation and respite centre.
- Designs, implements and manages a commitment to employment equity and diversity, occupational health and safety (OHS), risk management and ethical practices.
- Plans and implements future systems and process changes based on careful analysis of past and future trends, service planning, and identification of service, practice and skills gaps.
- Effectively builds working relationships with Large Residential Centres/Specialist Supported Living nursing staff, local community partnerships (including families and carers) and with other stakeholders both within and external to ADHC.
- Undertakes client and staff satisfaction surveys, and community consultation to understand local needs, issues, to set community expectations, explain ADHC processes, and obtain feedback.
- Tertiary qualifications or equivalent including holding a current Registered Nurse (RN) registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
- Current drivers licence
Job code: 1965
Recruitment Central Coast