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    • darwin, northern territory
    • permanent
    • AU$48.68 - AU$49.68, per hour, + 10% super
    • full-time
    As an integral member of the Community Services and Engagement team, the Regional ManagerCommunity Services contributes to ensuring that service delivery and operational activities are closelyaligned with strategic direction and consistent with the organisations mission and values.To provide leadership and operational management for all Community Services programs including AgedCare, Meals On Wheels, Crèche and Disability Services to ensure contractual compliance and quality outcomes for allstakeholders.To oversee the day to day operations of Community Service programs within a designated region. Leadingstaff, volunteers and service partners in supporting and delivering a suite of services to ourcommunity-based clients that provide exceptional customer experience and meet their outcomes and serviceexpectations.Service Delivery, Planning and MonitoringWork closely with the Human Resources teams and Corporate Services and Sustainability Division to manage, monitor and support the employment processes to ensure new staff have an exceptional employment and on boarding experienceLead ongoing organisational change including contemporary techniques in ideation, problem solving and consultation. Ensuring problems and decisions occur at the right levels and empowering staff to be the creators of changeMaintain confidentiality on all issues related to Council and client programs Facilitate links to services and advocacy for clients.Act and communicate in a responsive, respectful and professional manner at all timesEstablish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with government agency personnel, contract management teams and key stakeholders such as families, GPs and other health professionalsOther reasonable duties within the scope of the relevant level as instructed by the direct supervisorOrganisational SustainabilityMonitor and work to agreed service delivery and/or budget and/or staffing targets, KPI'sOversee community services programs to maximise funding opportunities through accurate and comprehensive documentationEnsure contractual KPI's and obligations are achievedMonitor and ensure quality systems are maintained and that records, reports, submissions and correspondence as required is prepared in accordance with Council’s policies and procedures and relevant government standards, funding agreements and other contractsEnsure the responsible and ethical use of Council resources by monitoring and reporting on any conflicts of interest, fraud or unethical mattersMonitor compliance with key legislative requirements including staff and volunteer police checks, WorkPlace Health and Safety, Privacy and Confidentiality, maintenance programs.Contribute to the achievement of objectives outlined in Council’s strategic plans and regional plans. Leadership:Conduct and participate in professional support and supervision meetings/performance reviews and performance managementMaintain a safe and healthy workplace and demonstrate leadership through active participation in WHS through: Ensuring staff have the required resources, skill, ability and competence to safely carry out the duties of their rolesConsultatively identify and implement strategies to improve WHS Managing hazards ensuring control measures are implemented in accordance with the hierarchy of control (outlined in Council’s Risk Management Manual) Investigating incident reports, reviewing data, undertaking incident investigations and implementing improvement action.Establish individual development and training plans for each staff member. Quality and Continuous ImprovementParticipate and contribute to the planning processes, policy and procedure formulation as pertains to area of responsibilityParticipate in ensuring exemplary quality processes are nurtured and maintained, and ideas and innovations are encouraged and exploredComplete reports and contribute to ensuring a cycle of continuous improvement is embedded in the way services are providedEnsure the organisation is up to date with Industry changes and program requirements.Work Health and Safety (WHS)All staff have a duty of care and a legal obligation to ensure that they:Undertake work in a manner that is not harmful to their health and safety or the health and safety of othersProactively identify and address potential risk to ensure the safety, so far as is reasonably practicable, of service users, staff, volunteers, stakeholders and the organisation in accordance with legislated responsibilities and Council’s Quality and Risk Management SystemComply with the Council’s WHS Management System requirements particularly manual handling, infection control, emergency, food safety and personal protective equipment requirements Attend and actively participate in WHS and other mandatory trainingEssential Criteria Tertiary qualifications coupled with extensive knowledge and a high level of skill relevant to the role.Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a relevant management role and/or employment services.Demonstrated experience in leading community based multidisciplinary service teamsDemonstrated achievements in leading, managing and mentoring staffDemonstrated experience in successful management of multi-million dollar contracts or projectsExperience in workforce and resourcing planning to ensure continuity of service deliveryAbility to create strong regional networks of internal and external stakeholders in order to achieve Council’s operational and strategic goalsExperience in effective communication, including consultation, mediation and negotiation techniques with the ability to create and lead an environment where problem solving of conflicts between any parties is effectively resolvedDemonstrated ability to interpret and implement policies and legislative requirements into operations to achieve KPIs.Demonstrated ability to write complex non-standard correspondence, reports, submissions and proposals that require original content. Well-developed word processing and computer application skills.Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with Indigenous peopleDemonstrated experience or awareness of issues affecting people in remote Indigenous communities.Demonstrated knowledge and competence to be a safety leader and maintain a safe workplace.Working with Children Clearance (OCHRE Card) required at the commencement of employment or a current receipt of an application for an exemption to be approved by SAFE NTCurrent Northern Territory Manual “C” Class Drivers Licence or ability to obtainAble to meet the inherent requirements of the position both physically and mentally.Be an Australian Resident or provide the current, relevant Visa to work within Australia (Please note that RGRC do not currently undertake sponsorship).Undertake a new Criminal History Check prior to commencement of employment and renew your Criminal History Check every three (3) years, or as per the Criminal History Check Policy.If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email bryan.pritchard@randstad.com.au. 0439072172 Please note, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    As an integral member of the Community Services and Engagement team, the Regional ManagerCommunity Services contributes to ensuring that service delivery and operational activities are closelyaligned with strategic direction and consistent with the organisations mission and values.To provide leadership and operational management for all Community Services programs including AgedCare, Meals On Wheels, Crèche and Disability Services to ensure contractual compliance and quality outcomes for allstakeholders.To oversee the day to day operations of Community Service programs within a designated region. Leadingstaff, volunteers and service partners in supporting and delivering a suite of services to ourcommunity-based clients that provide exceptional customer experience and meet their outcomes and serviceexpectations.Service Delivery, Planning and MonitoringWork closely with the Human Resources teams and Corporate Services and Sustainability Division to manage, monitor and support the employment processes to ensure new staff have an exceptional employment and on boarding experienceLead ongoing organisational change including contemporary techniques in ideation, problem solving and consultation. Ensuring problems and decisions occur at the right levels and empowering staff to be the creators of changeMaintain confidentiality on all issues related to Council and client programs Facilitate links to services and advocacy for clients.Act and communicate in a responsive, respectful and professional manner at all timesEstablish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with government agency personnel, contract management teams and key stakeholders such as families, GPs and other health professionalsOther reasonable duties within the scope of the relevant level as instructed by the direct supervisorOrganisational SustainabilityMonitor and work to agreed service delivery and/or budget and/or staffing targets, KPI'sOversee community services programs to maximise funding opportunities through accurate and comprehensive documentationEnsure contractual KPI's and obligations are achievedMonitor and ensure quality systems are maintained and that records, reports, submissions and correspondence as required is prepared in accordance with Council’s policies and procedures and relevant government standards, funding agreements and other contractsEnsure the responsible and ethical use of Council resources by monitoring and reporting on any conflicts of interest, fraud or unethical mattersMonitor compliance with key legislative requirements including staff and volunteer police checks, WorkPlace Health and Safety, Privacy and Confidentiality, maintenance programs.Contribute to the achievement of objectives outlined in Council’s strategic plans and regional plans. Leadership:Conduct and participate in professional support and supervision meetings/performance reviews and performance managementMaintain a safe and healthy workplace and demonstrate leadership through active participation in WHS through: Ensuring staff have the required resources, skill, ability and competence to safely carry out the duties of their rolesConsultatively identify and implement strategies to improve WHS Managing hazards ensuring control measures are implemented in accordance with the hierarchy of control (outlined in Council’s Risk Management Manual) Investigating incident reports, reviewing data, undertaking incident investigations and implementing improvement action.Establish individual development and training plans for each staff member. Quality and Continuous ImprovementParticipate and contribute to the planning processes, policy and procedure formulation as pertains to area of responsibilityParticipate in ensuring exemplary quality processes are nurtured and maintained, and ideas and innovations are encouraged and exploredComplete reports and contribute to ensuring a cycle of continuous improvement is embedded in the way services are providedEnsure the organisation is up to date with Industry changes and program requirements.Work Health and Safety (WHS)All staff have a duty of care and a legal obligation to ensure that they:Undertake work in a manner that is not harmful to their health and safety or the health and safety of othersProactively identify and address potential risk to ensure the safety, so far as is reasonably practicable, of service users, staff, volunteers, stakeholders and the organisation in accordance with legislated responsibilities and Council’s Quality and Risk Management SystemComply with the Council’s WHS Management System requirements particularly manual handling, infection control, emergency, food safety and personal protective equipment requirements Attend and actively participate in WHS and other mandatory trainingEssential Criteria Tertiary qualifications coupled with extensive knowledge and a high level of skill relevant to the role.Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a relevant management role and/or employment services.Demonstrated experience in leading community based multidisciplinary service teamsDemonstrated achievements in leading, managing and mentoring staffDemonstrated experience in successful management of multi-million dollar contracts or projectsExperience in workforce and resourcing planning to ensure continuity of service deliveryAbility to create strong regional networks of internal and external stakeholders in order to achieve Council’s operational and strategic goalsExperience in effective communication, including consultation, mediation and negotiation techniques with the ability to create and lead an environment where problem solving of conflicts between any parties is effectively resolvedDemonstrated ability to interpret and implement policies and legislative requirements into operations to achieve KPIs.Demonstrated ability to write complex non-standard correspondence, reports, submissions and proposals that require original content. Well-developed word processing and computer application skills.Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with Indigenous peopleDemonstrated experience or awareness of issues affecting people in remote Indigenous communities.Demonstrated knowledge and competence to be a safety leader and maintain a safe workplace.Working with Children Clearance (OCHRE Card) required at the commencement of employment or a current receipt of an application for an exemption to be approved by SAFE NTCurrent Northern Territory Manual “C” Class Drivers Licence or ability to obtainAble to meet the inherent requirements of the position both physically and mentally.Be an Australian Resident or provide the current, relevant Visa to work within Australia (Please note that RGRC do not currently undertake sponsorship).Undertake a new Criminal History Check prior to commencement of employment and renew your Criminal History Check every three (3) years, or as per the Criminal History Check Policy.If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email bryan.pritchard@randstad.com.au. 0439072172 Please note, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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