Team Leader - Community

Location: Melbourne
Area: All Melbourne
Worktype: Part Time
Salary: $70,000 - $120,000 per annum

Our client is a health organization whose mission is to provide evidence-based, cost-effective, innovative, and efficient care to clients. They have a range of services, including Community Nursing and Adult Speech Pathology, Diabetes Nurse Educators, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Women’s health, Dietetics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Exercise Physiology, and Allied Health Assistants.

The Team Leader will lead by example to provide day-to-day coaching, clinical leadership, support, and direction to foster and develop a strong, engaged, and effective team. The position will collaborate across relevant functions of the organization to optimize clinical and business outcomes within a growth, developmental and future orientated environment.

  • Option to work full or part-time 3 days or more per week
  • NFP salary packaging
  • Multidisciplinary team who are passionate about providing services
  • Open collaboration and working with a company that services the local community

  • Service Delivery: Lead and manage a high-quality, integrated, and sustainable service that aligns with best practice standards, monitoring leave requests, work patterns, and staffing of program to ensure consistency and continuity in service delivery. Coordinating, providing monthly supervision to individual team members, ensuring services provided are client-centered, quality-driven, outcomes-focused and regularly evaluated.
  • Team Management: Lead by example to provide day-to-day coaching, clinical leadership, support, and direction to foster and develop a strong, engaged, and effective team. Provide ongoing feedback, mentoring, advice and coaching to direct reports, supporting skill development, continuous improvement, and increased competencies through an effective performance management framework. Identifying and addressing non-performance or inappropriate conduct of team members.
  • Reporting and Analytics: Maintaining regular, timely and accurate statistical input into relevant systems and databases, contribute to the design of systems and processes to improve health information management and statistical reporting, ensure regular timely and ad hoc reporting and data analysis are undertaken to provide insight into the performance of the organization and individual clinicians.
  • Collaboration and Stakeholder Management: Supporting and demonstrating collaborative inter professional practice across the organization and managing positive relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Identifying opportunities for service growth and development, quality improvement, and innovation. Actively promoting the organization and its services within the community.
  • Compliance: Ensure that the team members support and implement the organization policy and procedures, including adhering to the code of conduct. Supervise and assist in the training of students, volunteers and other stakeholders as required. Lead regular peer clinical review sessions.
  • A Bachelor’s Degree qualification – Speech Therapy
  • Unrestricted driver’s license
  • SPA Registration

Additional Information 
  • A number of probity checks are required including holding a current working with children and undertaking a National police checks.
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Date Posted: 11/01/2023 03:49 PM

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