Senior Professional Officer Grade C - Service Coordinator
ACT Health
Bega, New South Wales, Australia
3d ago
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  • Contribute to the strategic development and operations of the newly established Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes Service, inclusive of the development, implementation and management of service systems and processes to support the delivery of a contemporary, interdisciplinary, family-centred service.
  • Manage financial, human and physical resources, including using data to monitor and report on service performance measures and outcomes which contribute to and maintain high level customer service and health outcomes.
  • Provide high level leadership of an interdisciplinary specialised diabetes and endocrinology service, including operational management of nursing and allied health staff.
  • Promote a collaborative approach to care through partnerships with medical, nursing and allied health colleagues, other government departments, primary care, community organisations, university partners and consumers in the ACT and surrounding regions.
  • Provide expert leadership and coordination in clinical governance in line with best practice standards, including policy development, implementation and advice.
  • Take an active leadership role in quality improvement and service enhancement and support evaluation and research activities including collection and analysis of diabetes data.
  • Coordinate / develop education strategies, programs and resources for children, young people and their carers, staff and other health professionals.
  • Undertaking other duties appropriate to this level of classification which contribute to the operation of the section with the delivery of high-quality person and family centred, safe and high-quality patient care.
  • Proven leadership experience, including the ability to provide strategic direction, manage the financial, physical and human resources of an interdisciplinary team, and experience leading and managing cultural change.
  • Proven ability managing clinical governance systems through the development of evidence-based guidelines; staff education and performance;
  • quality improvement activities and risk management.

  • High level interpersonal and written communication skills, with demonstrated ability to engage and liaise with colleagues and other service providers and represent the agency on complex issues.
  • Ability to make a significant contribution to the development and implementation of chronic disease management policy, including experience formulating professional or policy advice for senior management.
  • Demonstrates a commitment to Work, Health and Safety (WHS) and the positive patient experience and displays behaviour consistent with CHS’s values of Reliable, Progressive, Respectful and Kind.
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