Job Details
  • Reference371534A_1616743452
  • LocationAdelaide
  • Job TypeContract
  • Posted19 days ago
  • ConsultantChandler Macleod

Chandler Macleod have an upcoming 12-month temporary assignment (possible additional 12 month extension) with our Federal Government client for an APS6 Senior Clinical Project Officer. This assignment is in alternate locations throughout SA and on a Monday to Friday roster, full time hours with possible overtime.

The role of the Senior Clinical Project Officer reports to the Assistant Director - Clinical Service Improvement. This position may be responsible for the supervision, mentoring and coaching of staff.
The occupant of this position is required to deliver high quality advice and professional services under limited supervision to the client, in the area of web-based forums and digital service delivery.
This role involves applying creative and innovative approaches to foster best practice clinical service delivery, exercising sound professional judgement under limited supervision.
The occupant of this position is required to provide leadership, build capacity and act as a resource to the client's teams, working in an agile manner.
The occupant of this position will collaborate with the client's business operations and regional operations, relevant business areas and other government departments and agencies to support positive outcomes for veterans and their families.

There are no mandatory clinical qualifications required. Qualifications, skills and experience in mental health, psychology, social sciences, humanities or a related field, digital service delivery, change management, and project management are highly regarded.

A high standard of written and oral communication is essential for this role.

The successful applicant must be IT proficient and able to work flexibly across multiple issues with limited guidance.

There is a high degree of stakeholder engagement in this role, requiring the successful applicant to have complex stakeholder management experience and demonstrated communication skills to effectively manage these relationships.

In addition, the ideal candidate will have an understanding of mental health services; digital service delivery and implementation of web-based forums; experience in research and evaluation; change management; procurement including contract management; as well as relevant experience in the Australian Public Service, and the Australian Defence Force.

Please note applicants are required to have a DCSI Working with Children and/or Vulnerable People Check or willing to obtain prior to commencing in the position.

If successful we will require a 1-page pitch up to 1000 words, covering the duty statement and selection criteria.

If you have the skills required and are available for an immediate start, please follow the "apply now" link below.