Improvement Manager - NDIS
Part time - Fixed term 12month
Wonderful employee benefits
Parkville – Hub of the medical precinct and leading Children’s hospital
The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) provides secondary and tertiary care to children and young people across the northern and western suburbs; specialist paediatric healthcare to the children of Victoria, Tasmania, southern NSW and parts of South Australia; and is the designated state-wide provider of services including paediatric trauma, rehabilitation and forensic medicine. As a quaternary centre for complex cardiac surgery and organ transplantation, the RCH cares for the sickest children from around Australia.
With a passionate, highly skilled and committed staff campus wide of over 6000, we provide a full range of clinical services, tertiary care and health promotion and prevention programs for children and young people.
The Royal Children’s Hospital is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. Click here for further information on our Commitment to Child Safety: http://www.rch.org.au/quality/child-safety/
Further information about RCH is available at www.rch.org.au
The Improvement Manager - NDIS is responsible for implementing organisational change and improvement within The Royal Children’s Hospital. Following investigation, you will develop project briefs and reports, in line with the RCH Project Management Framework, and lead work that directly improves the efficiency and effectiveness of patient services and processes within the RCH.
The Improvement Manager - NDIS has responsibility for the development of the business and operational models to support the RCH’s service provision under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
To be successful in the role, you will have:
Why work at the RCH?
Relevant tertiary qualification and/or employment experience as an Improvement Manager, with proven knowledge of improvement science and techniques
Demonstrated understanding of the NDIS
Demonstrated experience with accounting and billing processes, data management and reporting frameworks
Knowledge of adult learning culture, change and change movement theory
Comprehensive understanding of hospital and health service operations, priorities and constraints
The RCH offer a range of benefits which support and reward staff both personally and professionally.
Our staff benefits include award winning facilities and campus partnerships, Professional development and events, an award winning Health and wellbeing program and financial benefits.
To learn more about our staff benefits please go to: https://www.rch.org.au/hr/recruitment_employment/Staff_benefits/
The RCH is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, all members of the LGBTQI community and people with disability.
Are you ready to join our team?
For more information about the position, please review the position description attached and apply online by selecting “apply now”