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Quality, Governance & Risk Specialist

Eastern Melbourne PHN
  • Enjoy a positive culture of integrity, dynamism & collaboration
  • Work with a friendly and fun team
  • Working from home and flexible hours available

The role

This pivotal role supports EMPHN’s quality, governance and risk management policies to complement our strategic direction. Reporting to the Executive Director, Governance, Risk & Compliance the role leads EMPHN’s quality certification program, and champions continuous improvement throughout the business. Working in a newly created and dynamic team, the responsibilities include:

  • Supporting senior leadership in the development and implementation of EMPHN’s strategic and business plan, with a focus on quality, governance and risk
  • Championing the implementation of our risk management framework
  • Actively participating in quality improvement and risk reduction activities, ensuring that quality, safety and risk are considered at all stages of the project lifecycle
  • Delivering internal support, education & training in relation to quality and risk processes

Who we are looking for

To be considered for this role you will have:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in risk, quality, governance or a business related disciplined (post graduate qualifications desirable)
  • Proven knowledge and experience in quality, governance and risk management, preferably in a health organisation or related sector
  • Experience in accreditation surveys and auditing requirements
  • Proficiency in data analysis and reporting, with an ability to produce relevant performance indicators

What we offer

  • Stimulating and rewarding work
  • A genuinely friendly and warm culture
  • Flexible hours and a hybrid model of working (working from home and onsite)
  • Great location close to shops, restaurants & 5 minutes from public transport
  • A fun social club, & staff recognition and support programs
  • A maximum term contract to 17 March 2023

Our Organisation

We are a federally funded organisation of approximately 100 staff, working to increase the efficiency of medical services and improve health outcomes within our community. We achieve this by commissioning services, supporting general practice with quality improvement, and using technology to make the broader health system work more efficiently. Our work is impactful and rewarding.

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