- Job posted on: 18th Dec 2020
- Applications close:
Salary: $83,940 plus 9% superannuation and generous salary packaging benefits of up to $15,899 per year
We are looking for people to join our AN-ACC team on a 12 month full-time (or part-time) contract. Using a new independent assessment tool for residential aged care, you will be part of the ACNA team working on this significant 12-month national project in aged care with the Department of Health and have a real opportunity to positively influence the future of aged care assessments in Australia.
A typical week as a Clinical Assessor in the AN-ACC project includes:
If you are an OT (or RN or PT) and want to be a part of positive change in the aged care sector then why not consider joining Access Care Network Australia (ACNA), a forward-thinking and innovative not-for-profit organisation.
To help you consider your suitability for these roles, we have included the Position Description and the Minimum Criteria that relates to this project. There are two key aspects of the Minimum Criteria: You need to be a qualified RN, OT or PT (with the ability to maintain AHPRA registration) and you will have at least 5-years experience in the aged care sector, which could have been at any stage of your career and in any context.
And of course we want to make sure you are a great fit for the ACNA, so we are looking for people that align with ACNA’s values of supporting people to be their best and always striving to learn, improve and grow. Hiring people whose own values align with ours allows us to build awesome teams of like-minded individuals who are able to create the best outcomes for our clients.
We could insert a spiel here demonstrating what a great organisation we are to work for, but instead we invite you to listen to stories from our team in our Podcast and read these quotes from our AN-ACC trial team:
“We worked really well together to come up with solutions that worked for the team rather than working in our own little world. We came up with a joint model that we could all work together to achieve what we needed to achieve - meeting output requirements.”
“Having [the] team work together closely…. it gives you a sense of ownership and pride. It provides the foundation of trust in the team that I am working with. It was definitely a really positive experience for me and something I was glad to be a part of.”
Sure, we work hard and have contractual KPIs to meet, but we also want you to have a great employment experience with ACNA and leave us better off than when you arrived through the provision of great learning opportunities and clear connection to the leadership team.
Rather than submit a CV and cover letter, you can simply answer two surveys we have created to collect all the necessary information. Click Apply Now.
What happens after you apply?
You will receive an email confirmation that we have your application. We will then check your alignment to ACNA and the role and send you more information about the process. We will be conducting all interviews and related recruitment activities in February 2021.
You can learn more about the position via the attached position description.
You can learn more about ACNA here including our benefits such a flexible working, salary packaging and career opportunities.
You can learn more about AN-ACC here.
Still have questions?
If you still have some things you would like clarified you can contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Occupational Therapist enquiry via EthicalJobs.