Quick Links

Bookmark & Share
Position Details
Reference Number 37836
Position Title Subject Matter Expert
Employment Type Maximum Term Full Time
Entity Central Support
Location Central Support
Enterprise agreement Salaried - N/A
Roles Available 1
Hours per fortnight 76
Position Summary

UnitingCare provides health and community services to thousands of people every day of the year through its services in Health, Aged Care and Community Services, Family and Disability Services, Retirement Living and Retail. These services encompass 8 major brands including UnitingCare, Blue Care, The Wesley Hospital, St Andrews, Buderim Private and St Stephens Hospitals, Lifeline and ARRCS (Australian Regional and Remote Community Services). For more than 65 years Blue Care has been committed to empowering individuals to live life their way.

 

Today, our people make more than three million visits to Queenslanders each year, providing the same holistic care, service and companionship that’s been our hallmark since the very beginning.

 

Blue Care puts customers and their loved ones first, and this focus on individuals has helped us become one of Queensland’s largest and most trusted providers of in-home care, residential aged care, disability services and independent and supported retirement living.

 

Your role

A unique opportunity has been created within our Aged Care and Community Services (ACCS) team for an experienced Subject Matter Expert (SME) – Organisational Health, until March 2021.  

 

Reporting to the Project Manager, the role will work to co-design organisational improvements for the Aged Care and Community Services and help engage Aged Care and Community services in the change and training components of various 2030 initiatives.

 

In addition to the above, you will be responsible for:

  • Provide expert level advice and guidance to Senior Leaders and key stakeholders on relevant subject matter - from legislation through to operational processes;
  • Lead the development and implementation of best practice, scalable and improved business processes in line with subject matter expertise;
  • Develop business process documentation;
  • Consult and seeks feedback from leaders and key stakeholders  on proposed business processes;
  • Provide onsite leadership and support to implement processes;
  • Provide onsite and virtual coaching within the services and with other key stakeholders;
  • Conduct workshops and training sessions as required;
  • Revisit and review process maps to match future state/ work instructions / training needs and training content;
  • Support the Change Lead to embed the change, develop training materials and tools.

We are seeking a pro-active team-player, with strong communication and interpersonal skills in addition to an ability to build positive and collaborative working relationships with stakeholders at all levels.

 

Your skills and experience

It is a requirement of this role that you have experience in either aged care and community service provision or experience in people and culture areas.

 

Underpinning the above you will have the following technical competencies and skills:

  • In depth knowledge of relevant legislation, compliance and best practice operational processes;
  • Demonstrated previous experience working with and Aged Care and Community services provider
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills with the ability to build and maintain positive working relationships at any level of an organisation;

We’ll look after you too

As the largest not-for-profit provider of Hospital, Family, Aged and Community Services in Queensland, UnitingCare delivers services in over 400 locations - offering the opportunity to advance your career from Coomera to Katherine and almost everywhere in between. We offer:

  • Not for profit salary packaging to pay benefits and living expenses from pre-income tax
  • Flexible work arrangements, where we emphasise a work-life balance
  • Access to financial, retail and lifestyle discounts and benefits
  • Learning and development to support you in your role

With our family including The Wesley Hospital, Lifeline and Blue Care, we’re an organisation committed to service, offering our people a values-based culture and benefits.

 

We work hard to make our services welcoming and safe for every person. We are united in keeping children, young people and the elderly safe from harm, within our services, workplaces and the communities we support. We are committed to speaking up loudly for their safety.

 

We are proud of our team’s diversity and highly encourage applications from people who identify as a part of the Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Community.

Contact Person Holly Gilchrist
Contact Number (07) 3253 4398
Closing Date 26/11/2020
Position Description SME - ACCS.pdf
Application Guide click here to view