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Aged Care Assessor - Flexible Location

HDAA Australia Pty Ltd


HDAA is the latest acquisition for Bureau Veritas' Certification division. HDAA is a specialist provider of audit and assessment services for health and human service organisations. We provide certification, accreditation, and verification assessments across a range of quality standards, management standards and safety and quality frameworks, specifically for health and human services.

We work “For the better” because the work we do leads to better organisations and better lives. We work collaboratively with organisations to improve the lives of others; not just because this is our ethos, but because we know that people deliver for the better when we’re collegial, educative, and work together as one team.

Most importantly, we are passionate about what we do!


The Aged Care Assessor role includes duties relating to conducting on-site assessments, writing, and reviewing assessment reports, and providing technical and professional development support to assessors. The Aged Care Assessor will complete on-site assessments for the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission (the Commission) and maintain internal and external stakeholder relationships in line with the values and culture of HDAA.

If you are a recent graduate or have a background in health (e.g., allied health, nursing, public health), or human services (e.g., support work, management, coordination) and are interested in a new and exciting career, we would love to hear from you. We provide access to professional training and extensive support to ensure our team members have the knowledge and skills to make their mark in this exciting and growing sector.


  • Demonstrated ability of professional report writing of a high standard.
  • Competency in MS Office including Word, Excel, and Teams.
  • Experience in a fast-paced work environment.
  • Advanced communication, and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to critically analyse and synthesise information.
  • Strong time management skills and ability to balance priorities to meet defined timeframes.


  • Tertiary qualifications in social science, public health, allied health, or business.
  • Be willing to travel throughout Australia to complete assessments as required (including intrastate and interstate).
  • Be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and Influenza.
  • Maintain a current driver’s licence and a satisfactory National Criminal History Record Check.
  • Abide by the required Code of Conduct and, where relevant, Code of Ethics.


  • Lead Auditor qualifications
  • Auditor experience
  • Knowledge of the health and/or human services sector.


We offer an attractive salary and an opportunity to develop your experience in a leading global organisation. You will also have the flexibility to work from home or the closest Bureau Veritas office.

Your career is about more than building a resume—it’s a chance to leave your mark.


Please click Apply Now and follow the instructions to submit your application.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are encouraged to apply.

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