Job Details
  • Reference391973B_1657496015
  • LocationCanberra
  • Job TypeContract
  • Postedabout 1 month ago
  • ConsultantLeanne Porter
As one of the Australia's largest providers of human resources solutions, Chandler Macleod has a proven track record of unleashing potential in people and companies. For over 40 years Chandler Macleod's recruitment business has connected leading-edge projects and employers with outstanding business professionals.

Our Federal Government client is seeking to engage a APS6 Provider Engagement Officer on a contract for 12 months with potential extension.
Project Overview
The APS6 Provider Engagement Officer will undertake planning, technical, research and analysis activities and tasks using available information where options are not always evident. It will be required to perform in-ward and out-ward facing service delivery functions and undertake administrative and operational tasks that supports and contributes to NDIA's objectives to "build a world-leading National Disability Insurance Scheme".
The APS6 Provider Engagement Officer is a team membership position and is accountable for organising their workflow and making independent decisions relating to an area of responsibility. The position will provide service delivery and operational advice within an area of specialisation with advice based on policies and legislation.
Duties & Responsibilities:
The position will have a considerable level of contact with internal and external stakeholders and will be required to communicate with and provide advice on a range of matters to resolve complex to complex enquiries. The position will be responsible for capturing and communicating to local leadership teams opportunities for operational and processes improvements.
Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
  • Assisting with the planning of provider engagement activities and assisting in the delivery and evaluation of provider engagement approaches.
  • Working with state and local governments, providers, carers, participants and mainstream organisations to identify, analyse and resolve local transition challenges.
  • Membership of a national portfolio team focusing on specific change programs and operational process improvement initiatives.
  • Identifying information needs of providers relating to provider policy changes, rules and processes.
  • Designing practices and resources to effectively implement the NDIA provider engagement strategy.
  • Monitoring the effectiveness of capacity building activities and training for provider engagement staff.
  • Preparing draft replies to ministerial and parliamentary correspondence and briefs.
    Mandatory Requirements:
    The successful candidate will be verified through a satisfactory National Criminal History Records Check (NCHRC), Working with Children/Vulnerable People Check (where required), NDIS Worker Screening Check, Security Clearance (where required), and satisfactory referee reports. In addition, checks may include information on misconduct or APS Code of Conduct proceedings

    If you feel you are a suitable candidate submit your application by hitting "Apply for this job". Alternatively, you can call Leanne Porter on 02 6268 9926 or email for further discussion.