About the role
To continue our commitment to our residents and to deliver person-centered care, ARRCS are actively sourcing a skilled Change Management Coordinator to join our Clinical Risk and Governance team on a permanent, full-time basis.
Based in our Regional Office in Darwin, this role will work with our Clinical Care team to provide change management principals and planning in the implementation and embedding of ARRCS strategy and education.
This role will see you working alongside our leadership team and supporting them in the management of facilities that reflect a seamless care continuum for our residents and consumers.
To be successful in this role, you will have previous experience working in change management, ideally within a clinical or healthcare setting, however, this is not essential. You will, however, bring with you knowledge of change management principals and methodology.
You will be a self-starter who is comfortable leading project-based work. You will be comfortable working with and consulting with senior management and be a solutions-based person who wishes to support ARRCS in providing positive outcomes for our residents.
Benefits of working for us
ARRCS is the largest Aged Care Provider in the NT - your career can take you all over the NT including Alice Springs, Tennant Creek, Katherine or if you relocate interstate ARRCS are a pathway to Uniting Care QLD.
- Salary Packaging through CBB
- Access to 70,000 Training and Development Courses through our Learning Platform
- Benestar Employee Wellbeing & Emotional Support
Skills & experience
To be considered for this role, we will be looking at the following experience and qualifications:
- Unrestricted AHPRA registration as a Registered Nurse.
- Demonstrated experience in change management and knowledge of change management principles and methodology including research and evaluation skills.
- A demonstrated understanding and appreciation of primary nursing and team models of care.
- Willingness to use technology to improve efficiency and outcomes.
- Experience in building and maintaining relationships with a range of stakeholders to support collaboration of activities to achieve positive shared outcomes.
- Strong time management skills with a demonstrated ability to use initiative and be self-motivated, with the ability to meet deadlines and work with minimal supervision.
- Experience in project evaluation with a demonstrated ability to assess a project based on objectives and report on its short, medium- and long-term outcomes.
- Demonstrated ability to respond and adapt to competing priorities whilst working unsupervised.
- A pro-active attitude and ability to support, guide and mentor others in the workforce.
Australian Regional and Remote Community Services (ARRCS) is not-for-profit aged care and community service provider that provide services including Residential Care, Community Care, School Nutrition and Early Learning Childhood programs in the Northern Territory.
Our Vision is passionately pursuing new ways to care where people and communities flourish and lead meaningful lives. ARRCS provides regional care and support to people and their communities throughout the Northern Territory from Darwin to Docker River with our purpose is to genuinely connect with the communities we serve, and enable our clients with agency, pride and dignity.
Our people are at the centre of our organisation and ensuring we have the right people in the right roles is the key to the success of our Consumer Centered Service Delivery.
Before applying, you need to have the following:
All ARRCS employees are required to have the following. These are not required at time of application, however, must be lodged and or received prior to commencement.
- A current resume demonstrating the required experience and 2 x references
- A National Police Check dated within the last 3 months.
- Current Influenza Vaccination
- A NDIS Screening check or proof of application.
Our staff and volunteers are compassionate and knowledgeable members of the local community, who are committed to providing personalised care and support. More than a service provider, we understand that we are an important part of the regional and remote communities we work in and acknowledge our responsibility to ensure our people are connected to those communities, people and cultures.
So why not join our team today to benefit the local community that you work in!
ARRCS is committed to engagement with people of all ages, from varying backgrounds, cultures and nationalities and we strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with lived experience of disability, people from CALD and the LGBTQI+ communities to submit their applications.
To discuss this opportunity further, please contact our Talent Acquisition team via firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 08 8982 5222.