Compliance Auditor Jobs Vacancy in Sunnyfield Allambie Heights
Sunnyfield Allambie Heights urgently required following position for Compliance Auditor. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
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Compliance Auditor Jobs Vacancy in Sunnyfield Allambie Heights Jobs Details:
- Leading dynamic disability services sector organisation with strong management team
- Based from Northern Beaches head offices with travel to other sites required
- Organisational commitment to quality
- Part-time role 60.8 hours per fortnight
Sunnyfield is a large, financially sound, not-for-profit organisation providing quality services for people with a disability. With a strong leadership team, in an industry undergoing significant change under the NDIS, the organisation now needs an experienced Compliance Auditor to help ensure that it can achieve its key strategic goals of providing person-centred outcomes for its clients and value for money services.
Reporting to the Service Delivery Quality Manager and working closely with operational management, this role will be pivotal in ensuring that both of these goals are met.
Key responsibilities of the role include:
- Conducting compliance audits across all Sunnyfield services
- Coordinating and providing support to Shared Living and Community Services by monitoring and closing internal and quality audit corrective actions in relation to health and well-being.
- Ensuring all audits are completed on time in collaboration with CS and SL staff.
To perform in this role you will have:
- Current knowledge of effective operational management and service provision
- Current knowledge of contemporary services to people with disability
- Knowledge of Disability Services Act, Standards in Action and other relevant legislation.
- Effective written and verbal communication skills.
- Effective time management skills.
- The ability to remain focussed under pressure.
- The ability to respond and adapt to competing circumstances.
- Proven capacity to work in a team environment.
- A personal commitment to service, integrity and personal learning.If you are a proactive self-starter and are confident in your ability to efficiently conduct the duties this position requires and have the ability to help drive continuous improvement in service delivery within our organisation then you may be the right fit for this role.
To be considered for this opportunity, please submit your application letter and Resume and hit the 'Apply' botton now. For more information about Sunnyfield, please visit our website www.sunnyfield.org.au
Sunnyfield offers competitive remuneration (including the option to salary package). You will also have the opportunity to develop your skills and career within a professional and supportive organisation.
To be considered for this opportunity you must have a legal entitlement to work in Australia and hold a valid NSW driver licence. Criminal record checks with the NSW Police, working with children checks, prior employment checks and functional assessments are part of Sunnyfield's recruitment process. Sunnyfield is an Equal Opportunity Employer.