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Administrative Officer- Renal Dialysis
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Our Vision: creating exceptional health care togetherOur Role: to be a health service that is trusted by our communityOur Values: Reliable, Progressive, Respectful and KindPOSITION OVERVIEWCanberra Health Services (CHS) is focussed on the delivery of high quality, effective, person centred care. It provides acute, sub-acute, primary and community‐based health services, to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and surrounding region. More information can be found on the CHS website: https://www.health.act.gov.au/ The CHS Division of Medicine provides a range of medical specialties and allied health services. A strong emphasis is placed across all sections on accessible and timely care, delivered to a high standard of safety and quality. This is underpinned by the Division’s commitment to research and training. The Division works in partnership with professional colleagues, consumers, and a range of government and non-government service providers to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients.The Renal Service provides comprehensive clinical care, including dialysis and post-transplant care for patients with kidney diseases using a multidisciplinary approach incorporating community and allied health services.Under general direction this position provides administrative support to the Renal service and its staff, including booking and scheduling patient appointments, inpatient admission and discharge, billing of services rendered and patient record management whilst providing a high level of customer service.ABOUT YOUCHS is committed to workforce diversity and to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment we welcome applications from all diversity groups. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, or Questioning (LGBTIQ) are encouraged to apply.Behavioural CapabilitiesStrong organisational skills with a high degree of emotional intelligence and drive.Ability to respond to and prioritise competing and often urgent requests in a calm and efficient manner.Adaptability and flexibility to accommodate change and provide responsive services to meet consumer needs.Position Requirements/Qualifications:The successful applicant will need to be available for occasional weekend and after-hours work, with access to flex timeHave an understanding of how theNational Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) indicators align with this role.Fulfil the responsibilities of this role in alignment to the CHS Exceptional Care Framework, Clinical Governance Framework, Partnering With Consumers Framework and all other related frameworks.Prior to commencement successful candidates will be required to: Undergo a pre-employment National Police CheckFor more information on this position and how to apply “click here” Career interest categories: Administration and Governance Healthcare, Medical and Allied Services
Administration Officer- WYC Outpatient Services
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Our Vision: creating exceptional health care together.Our Role: to be a health service that is trusted by our community.Our Values: Reliable, Progressive, Respectful and Kind.Position OverviewCanberra Health Services (CHS) is focussed on the delivery of high quality, effective, person centred care. It provides acute, sub-acute, primary and community‐based health services, to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and surrounding region. More information can be found on the CHS website: https://www.health.act.gov.au/Canberra Health Services’ Division of Women’s, Youth and Children’s provides a broad range of primary, secondary and tertiary health services. The division has a strong focus on clinical governance to ensure quality of services this is underpinned by our partnerships with our consumers and other service providers. We are a family centred, multidisciplinary team that delivers care in Canberra Health Services, Community Health Centres, client’s homes, schools and Child and Family centres.The position provides administrative and general office support to the Women Youth and Children Department with duties including booking appointments, referral management, screening telephone calls, organisational and time management skills with an ability to liaise effectively with staff at all levels. A high level of knowledge and demonstrated ability in the use of health-based IT systems including ACTPAS and Clinical Portal. This role requires demonstrated ability to ensure high quality customer service standards and to support and provide assistance to the Women, Youth and Children’s Management team as necessary.DutiesUnder limited direction of the administration Manager, you will perform administrative and general office support to the Women Youth and Children Department with duties including booking appointments, referral management, screening telephone calls, organisational and time management skills with an ability to liaise effectively with staff at all level. You will:Under general direction provide reception duties such as scheduling, booking, billing and coordination of medical records to ensure the provision of a high-quality customer/patient outpatient service.Maintain appropriate records and input information into ACT Health IT systems relevant to the unit.Knowledge of the Medical Benefits Schedule and ability to apply this knowledge into practice. Maintain appropriate records and input information into ACT Health, TCH and Outpatient databases and IT systems relevant to the unit.Perform reception and phone duties as per the ACT Public Service customer service standards (1999), including customer service code of practice and best practice telephone standards, best practice counter standards and best practice complaints handling standards.Comply with and implement Workplace Diversity, Occupational Health and Safety, and Industrial Democracy principles and practices, and display a commitment to The Canberra Hospital’s Values.Undertaking other duties appropriate to this level of classification which contribute to the operation of the section with the delivery of high-quality person and family centred, safe and high quality patient care.Undertake other duties appropriate to this level of classification which contribute to the operation of the organisation.About YouCHS is committed to workforce diversity and to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment we welcome applications from all diversity groups. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, or Questioning (LGBTIQ) are particularly encouraged to apply.Behavioural CapabilitiesStrong organisational skills with a high degree of drive.Adaptability and flexibility to accommodate change and provide responsive services to meet clients’ needs.Position Requirements/Qualifications:Have an understanding of how the National Standards and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) indicators align with this role.Fulfil the responsibilities of this role as detailed in the CHS Exceptional Care Framework, Clinical Governance Framework, Partnering With Consumers Framework and all other related frameworks.Please note prior to commencement successful candidates will be required to:Undergo a pre-employment National Police Check.Note: This is a temporary position available for three months with the possibility of extension or permanency.
Senior Investigations Officer
Sport Integrity Australia, ACT
About Sport Integrity Australia Sport Integrity Australia leads the Australian government’s efforts to protect sport against threats to its integrity – doping, competition manipulation and the mistreatment and abuse of sports participants. Led by David Sharpe APM OAM, Sport Integrity Australia is the cornerstone of the government's comprehensive sport integrity strategy: Safeguarding the Integrity of Sport. Our role is to provide advice and assistance to counter the: use of prohibited substances and methods in sport abuse of children and other persons in a sporting environment manipulation of sporting competitions failure to protect members of sporting organisations and other persons in a sporting environment from bullying, intimidation, discrimination or harassment. Sporting organisations, and other stakeholders, benefit from the ability to deal with a single nationally coordinated organisation to address all sport integrity issues. Sport Integrity Australia offers guidance on integrity matters to sports that don’t have developed integrity capabilities. Our focus is policy development, intelligence, investigations (primarily of doping cases), education, outreach and capability building. We are Australia's National Anti-Doping Organisation. Primary purpose of the role A Sport Integrity Australia Senior Investigator is responsible for planning and conducting specific investigation activities into: Possible Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) Sport Integrity matters; and Allegations of fraud against Sport Integrity Australia. A Sport Integrity Australia Senior Investigator primarily conducts investigations into ADRVs by athletes or athlete support persons and Sport Integrity matters in line with the National Integrity Framework. In conducting this function the team works closely with other areas of Sport Integrity Australia, Australian regulatory and law enforcement bodies, anti-doping organisations internationally, sports organisations and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). In addition the Sport Integrity Australia’s Investigation Team is responsible for the investigation of allegations of fraud against the agency. All investigations are conducted in accordance with legislative requirements and best practice methodologies. Key duties The duties of the Senior Investigator include, but is not limited to: Effectively, efficiently and professionally work as a member of a team/or as investigations case officer of investigations into possible ADRVs in Australian sport in accordance with Sport Integrity Australia priorities; Effectively, efficiently and professionally work as a member of a team/or as investigations case officer of investigations into possible sports integrity matters, in line with sport policies, and in accordance with legislative requirements and best practice methodologies; Effectively, efficiently and professionally work as a member of a team/or as investigations case officer office in investigations of allegations of fraud against the agency; All ADRV investigations are to be conducted in accordance with the requirements of Sport Integrity Australia Act 2020, Sport Integrity Australia Regulations 2020, WADA’s International Standard for Testing and Investigations; All investigations are to be conducted in accordance with relevant Australian Government legislation and policies, including the Australian Government Investigations Standards; Plan and manage the use of team resources to ensure accountability that required outcomes are delivered within agreed timeframes and within budget; Maintain sustainable and effective operational relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders including Australian regulatory and law enforcement bodies, anti-doping organisations internationally, and WADA; Enhance the capability and reputation of Sport Integrity Australia; Assist, identify and recommend mitigation strategies for potential risks to achieving Sport Integrity Australia’s mission and objectives; Develop written investigation plans, reports and high quality briefs of evidence The duties of the Senior Investigator will vary according to the needs of the Executive and Senior Executive as informed by the Director Investigations. Key accountabilities The key accountabilities of the Senior Investigator include, but is not limited to: Ensure compliance with the National Anti-Doping (NAD) Scheme, the Sport Integrity Australia Act 2020, the World Anti-Doping Code and the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2013; Ensure compliance with the Sport Integrity Australia Investigations Manual and Australian Government Investigation Standards; Ensure that APS Values and Code of Conduct are adhered to at all times Endorse and encourage ‘best practice’ record keeping in accordance with Sport Integrity Australia Record Keeping Policy and Information Governance Framework; Cooperate with the employer and comply with all relevant legislation and Sport Integrity Australia health and safety policies, procedures and instructions and Sport Integrity Australia ICT and Information Governance Framework; and Work and act safely and take all reasonable care to protect personal health and safety and the health and safety of other Selection criteria The selection criteria of the Senior Investigator include: Sound experience in leading an investigation into alleged misconduct and what steps would be taken to ensure that the investigation was conducted in a fair and impartial manner. Ability to lead multiple concurrent investigations. Ensuring that competing priorities are managed effectively in order for the investigation to be completed thoroughly and in a timely manner. Well-developed oral and written communication skills, including the ability to support and maintain productive working relationships. Demonstrated ability to support strategic thinking, aligning operational activities with corporate goals. Sound leadership and people management ability. Well-developed liaison, interpersonal and negotiation skills, including the ability to influence change. Demonstrated personal qualities of integrity, initiative, drive and adaptability, and experience in implementing sound workplace management practices. Eligibility Under section 22(8) of the Public Service Act 1999, employees must be Australian citizens to be employed in the APS unless the agency delegate has agreed, in writing. The successful applicant will be required to obtain and maintain a Baseline Vetting Security Clearance and Working with Vulnerable People Card and may be required to undergo a medical assessment. Sport Integrity Australia staff must comply with security (physical, personnel and IT) security controls and mandatory training. How to apply Applicants are required to provide a ‘pitch’ outlining your skills, knowledge, experience and achievements and why you should be considered for this vacancy. You do not need to provide a separate response to each of the criteria in your written application. You should take into consideration the position description and selection criteria above when drafting your ‘pitch’. As much as possible include specific relevant examples of your work. When including examples, it is recommended you frame them around the following approach, commonly known as the STAR method: describe the SITUATION or problem, highlight the TASK you had to accomplish, tell what ACTIONS you took to achieve the task, and show the RESULT - what you achieved and what you learned. Your application should include: A two-page pitch that outlines your suitability against the selection criteria, Current résumé (no more than three pages).