- Job posted on: 17th Aug 2020
- Applications close:
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (the College) is the peak body for advancing patient care and clinical excellence in clinical radiology and radiation oncology. The College is responsible for driving appropriate, high quality and safe use of medical imaging and radiation oncology through training, assessment and accreditation of radiologists and radiation oncologists, maintenance of quality and standards, and strategies to ensure the workforce is sufficient to support population needs in Australia and New Zealand.
This is a newly created role for an experienced Project Officer to join our dedicated Standards Unit, supporting the Senior Project Officer Subspecialties in the development and delivery of programs and projects that support emerging specialities and subspecialties in our members various fields of practice.
In this role you will be responsible for developing resources such as key policy and program documents and for supporting relevant committees that support our members journey through the advancement of subspecialty areas of practice, this will include instituting appropriate governance and regulatory measures to ensure the delivery of high quality patient care.
You will be an exceptional communicator and have a proven track record managing multiple levels of stakeholders. You will have considerable experience supporting committees, and ideally have worked within the healthcare industry. The successful applicant will be offered a two-year contract, with a view for longer term options.
With a sophisticated work from home IT infrastructure in place to support staff during COVID-19 and an office in Sydney CBD, the College is a friendly, professional and positive working environment that fosters growth and development, as well as an excellent work life balance.
We encourage applicants of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent to apply.
Recruitment agencies, we understand your interest, but we plan to fill this position ourselves.