CLINICAL MANAGER – COMMUNITY SERVICES AND ACCOMMODATION
Type: Full Time ,Ongoing
Ref No: 19/74
Applications Close: Thurs, 24/07/2019
St Agnes’ Parish is a dynamic not-for-profit organisation, located in idyllic Port Macquarie, providing education, early childhood services, aged care and community services to local people. The Parish is currently on an exciting journey of change and growth as we seek to develop innovative approaches to serving the needs of the people within our community and exceeding their service expectations. Catholic Care of the Aged (CCA) and Centacare are integral parts of the Parish.
Centacare is a registered NDIS service provider whose goal is to promote an inclusive and supportive community, promoting choice and providing a high quality, accessible service to empower individuals, couples and families to reach their full potential. IMAGE is our 24/7 supported accommodation where we assist adults with intellectual and physical disabilities and medium to high support needs with the essential activities of daily living including but not limited to; personal care, domestic assistance, community access, access to specialist services, behaviour support and medication management.
CCA’s inclusive approach is unmatched, focusing strongly on fostering social connections, encouraging physical activity, providing pastoral support in a person-centred way and developing a lifestyle tailored to the interests of our older residents and clients in the community.
WHAT DO WE OFFER?
Our benefits include (but are not limited to):
- Attractive Salary Packaging arrangements
- Learning and ongoing professional development opportunities
- Access to Fitness Passport
In this rewarding management role, with the backing of a professional clinical team, you will lead the delivery of services and person-centred care and support to the residents of Supported Independent Living (IMAGE). Providing leadership and guidance to the IMAGE team, you will ensure the application and consistency of the NDIS quality and standards. Your role will also be responsible for providing clinical oversight, leadership and support, in accordance with the clinical governance framework, to the community services program areas including Home Care and disability support.
You will be committed to the person-centred approach, working co-operatively and respectfully with residents, clients, families and team members to provide quality evidence-based care. You will be excited for the opportunity to make a real difference to others’ lives and will enjoy being a part of a values driven culture.
You will be able to address the selection criteria outlined below.
- Commitment to work in harmony with Catholic Values and Principles
- Registered Nurse with current APHRA Registration
- Demonstrated experience in a leadership role within Community Services
- Experience in aged care and/or disability community services including supported independent living
- Understanding of the Social Model of Disability, Active Support, Strengths Based Practice, and Trauma Informed Care Principles
- Experience developing, implementing, monitoring and reviewing Person Centred Plans, Individual Support Plans and Behaviour Support Plans using an individualised planning approach
- Experience and knowledge of NDIS funding and Supported Independent Living Roster of Care
- Sound knowledge of the Aged Care Quality Standards, National Standards for Disability Services, NDIS Practice Standards and Quality Indicators
HOW TO APPLY
If this role sound like the one for you, visit https://www.seek.com.au/job/39442420 to apply. Applications should include a cover letter that addresses the above selection criteria, and a current resume. All applicants must address the selection criteria listed above.
Applicants will be required to undergo employment screening. To apply for any of these positions you must have the right to work in Australia. If you require any further information, please visit our website: https://www.stagnesparish.org.au or contact the HR Advisor on 02 6588 7444.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Thursday, 25 July 2019