About APM Group
We’re a diverse team of over 9,000 people across 11 countries with a shared purpose - to enable better lives. Our purpose is the common thread that lives in everything we do, and it starts with enabling better lives for our employees and their families too.
Our work enables the people we serve to realise their ambitions and aspirations through sustainable employment, independence, better health and well-being, and increased social participation.
When you join APM, there’s an opportunity to grow your career in Human Services, across multiple global brands and geographies. You can expect a great work-life balance, extensive learning opportunities, networking programs and employee benefits. But most of all you can expect to make a lasting impact on the lives of others, who rely on our services.
At APM we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We encourage applications from people of all ages, nationalities, abilities and cultures including indigenous peoples, the LGBTQI+ community and people with a disability.
Your new role
You will be responsible for leading the Regional Assessment Team to deliver holistic client needs assessments, support planning, and referral and information services, of the Commonwealth Home Support Program. In addition to current program requirements, the position will play a key role in preparing for the aged care assessment changes stemming from major government reforms.
This position can be based anywhere in South Australia and will be working from home with some interstate travel.
Who are we seeking?
To be considered, you will be a senior leader with people and operational leadership experience and a working knowledge of the Aged Care Sector. Your application should demonstrate:
Demonstrated experience (3-5 years) in a senior leadership role within the Aged Care sector or related field
Demonstrated understanding of the needs and issues facing older people and their family/carers
Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills with internal and external stakeholders
Demonstrated people leadership skills across multi-site or geographically dispersed teams
A sound knowledge and understanding of Commonwealth policy and funding arrangements
Tertiary qualification in Nursing, Allied Health or related field and experience in community aged and/or disability services is highly desirable.
You will be part of a stable and growing global employer. For the last 25 years, APM has been enabling better lives through a range of services including employment, allied health intervention, community care and workplace health. We also are offering:
Smart phone and laptop
You will be part of the APM group of companies, a network of national and international health brands, offering and an exciting path of career development opportunities for you to explore.
Access a range of benefits including discounted health insurance, ability to purchase additional annual leave, salary packaging, safety and wellbeing support and more.
Attractive salary dependent on experience
For the last 25 years, we’ve been enabling better lives through employment services, assessment services, allied health intervention, community care and workplace health. If you’re ready to join a values-led organisation determined to enable better lives, apply today.
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