Monday, 3 October 2016

Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency,National Manager, Statutory Offences Jobs in Australia



The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) works in partnership with 14 National Boards to implement the national regulatory scheme for health professionals. The purpose of health practitioner regulation is to protect the public by ensuring that only health practitioners who have the skills, qualifications and knowledge to provide safe care are regi
stered.
Working within a fast paced, fun and progressive environment, the National Manager – Statutory Offences is accountable for the management of statutory offences under the Health Practitioner National Law.

The Statutory Offences stream provides operational support by responding to breaches in advertising and/or other relevant provisions under the National Law. This team manages the breaches by advising individuals/organisations to the notifications (or other forms of communication) to the nature of the complaints. The SOU team have the responsibility of following up if the matter is not resolved where prosecution or further action may be taken.

This role works closely with other Legal Services National Managers as well as the broader Regulatory Operations directorate and is responsible for but not limited to: 
  • Managing and leading team to ensure service consistency across statutory offences and support the provision of legal services across the directorate.    
  • Effectively managing complex matters and resources in a consistent manner to achieve key requirements under the National Law.
  • Ensuring ongoing cases and advice management are handled in line with policies, processes and legal requirements.
  • Ensuring effective and efficient distribution of work across the work stream.
  • Ensuring any Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are managed in line with expectations including data integrity.
  • Ensuring analysis of issues and matters ensuring all avenues and potential courses of action are reviewed.
  • Build integrated partnerships across Legal Services to ensure a seamless experience from a customer perspective.
  • Building strong professional relationships between the registration advice and appeals, information release and complaints team members and their customer stream/directorates.
  • Building the capability and capacity of the team in collaboration with the Legal Services leadership team to ensure effective case management.
  • Ensuring the team have the opportunity to contribute to local and national projects.
  • Develop and lead the appropriate implementation of national and local policies to ensure AHPRA achieves its objectives.
  • Acting as a role model in developing collaborative relationships and communicating with stakeholders, both internally and externally including State and Territory Managers as well national boards and committees.
  • In conjunction with others in the Legal Services leadership team contribute to national processes, procedures and systems to enhance national consistency.
  • Providing consistent, authoritative and high quality expert advice and recommendations to all stakeholders including Boards, Committees and State and Territory teams.
  • Developing strategies, with the team, to efficiently and effectively manage statutory offences; identify opportunities to continually improve and achieve require outcomes.
Benefits of working at AHPRA:
  • Role is paying a base salary of $120,786 but depending on experience this may be reviewed.
  • AHPRA provides a 37.5 hours working week, genuine work like balance and flexible work arrangements with generous leave provisionsbalance and flexible work arrangements, with generous leave provisions.
  • A national organisation with opportunity for advancement.
  • Enjoy a collaborative and supportive team approach and positive work environment that offers ongoing development and training.
  • Active social club with regular monthly events and activities.
Apply now to join our dedicated, hard working team:
  1. Click "Apply for this job" to be re-directed to our website to view the Position Description.
  2. Please send your application to Greg Kouwiloyan at recruitment@ahpra.gov.au
  3. Email your application from a confidential email address where you are prepared to receive all emails regarding the position. Closing Date is 2nd October 2016.
  4. Your application should, in a single PDF file, include a resume and maximum 2 page response to the key selection criteria which are stated in the Position Description.


You may be required to undertake a National criminal history check as part of a recruitment process.

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