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Policy & Compliance Coordinator

Beaumont People

The Policy and Compliance Coordinator will lead the development and implementation of an informed policy framework and drive organisation-wide compliance and improvement initiatives. The primary purpose of the position is to initiate and undertake research; manage consultation and business engagement; develop and implement key policies and procedures; and through evaluation activities, monitor compliance across the organisation.

Main responsibilities:

  • Leading research and analysis to support the development, implementation and maintenance of the policy framework and compliance requirements, ensuring these comply with relevant industry, regulatory and legislative requirements
  • Engage and consult with key stakeholders to identify needs, emerging issues and developing solutions that support sound policy decisions, processes and approaches
  • Coordination and fulfilment of compliance and continuous improvement function by ensuring adequate monitoring, analysis and remediation activities are achieved
  • Consistently driving quality improvement culture and practices organisation wide
  • Contribution and involvement in capacity building across all Services to maintain a robust Quality Assurance System in line with funding, services and regulatory requirements
  • Fulfil duties in the relevant Duties Matrix
  • Work in alignment with the organisation’s values and principles
  • Perform at the relevant level in the CS Capability Framework
  • Adhere to all Policies and Procedures
  • Undertake other duties within the scope of this role, as reasonably directed

To be suitable for this role you will have:

  • Tertiary qualification in relevant discipline, with minimum 3 years policy, compliance and/or assurance experience including developing, analysing and maintaining sound policy framework, researching legislative and industry requirements, and implementing quality management system activities
  • Proven high level ability to critically problem solve, analyse and evaluate complex information, qualitative and quantitative data, from a range of sources and subject matter experts
  • Practical understanding of community services sector funding, legislative and industry requirements
  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills, particularly in writing policy and related documents, reports and any other relevant documents accurately and in timely manner
  • Demonstrated ability to self-direct, plan and prioritise workload and work within a team environment
  • Excellent interpersonal and relationship management, with proven ability to collaborate effectively with internal and external stakeholders
  • Advanced computer literacy skills, in particular Office, SharePoint and MS Vision

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