Safer Care Systems Coordinator | Alpine Health
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Safer Care Systems Coordinator

  • Permanent 0.8 EFT 
  • Bright, Mt Beauty or Myrtleford location

We are seeking an experienced health professional with outstanding communication and interpersonal skills, combined with a passion to develop, monitor, report on, improve and coordinate Alpine Health’s Risk, Safety and Quality systems to support safer care outcomes for patients, residents and clients.

The role will contribute to Alpine Health’s clinical governance systems that includes organisational performance indicators, incident management systems, and the organisational risk framework.

You will need to possess a degree qualification in either health administration, nursing, allied health or a relevant discipline, project management skills, effective organisational skills, an understanding of the safer care health reforms with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to embed systems into practice within Alpine Health.  The successful applicant will join the safer care team to support the achievement of a safer care consumer experience and will report directly to the Health Services Manager, Bright.

Benefits

Salary packaging is available, workplace training and education support, family friendly work environment and free parking. Join Alpine Health and enjoy contributing to the health of the Alpine communities with a professional, dynamic team in an idyllic setting for all seasons. 

Position Requirements

Applicants are required to be COVID-19 vaccinated and have an Immunisation status consistent with Alpine Health Staff Immunisation Procedure, and hold a current Police Check (or willingness to obtain).


Closing Date:

29 October 2021


Role Description: 

Key selection criteria are outlined in the position description 

Role Description - Safer Care Systems Coordinator


Enquiries & Applications

Sarah Fagan, Health Services Manager, Bright

03 5755 0101 | sarah.fagan@alpinehealth.org.au

Written applications must include;

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