Improvement Facilitator (Closing Date: Sunday 16 June 2024)

  • Fixed Term, full-time appointment (to 11 August 2025)
  • Level 8/9: $111,118 – $137,866 + 17% Superannuation
  • Based at the University of Wollongong’s Innovation Campus with flexible and remote working arrangements available
  • Closing Date: Sunday 16 June 2024, 11:59 PM

AHOC is a research consortium within the Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health (SMAH) which aims to improve services and outcomes for patients through benchmarking of care and treatment and supporting service improvement. AHOC generates robust evidence through its provision of clinical quality registries in rehabilitation, pain and palliative care. The registries provide evidence to guide treatment and care for individual patients, measure outcomes and deliver benchmarking for the relevant health sector. AHOC Centres, including PCOC, identify and promote best practice in clinical care, drive quality improvement and conduct research.

PCOC is the national evidence hub for palliative care outcomes in Australia. It is a mature, established program, led by AHOC in partnership with the University of Western Australia, the Queensland University of Technology, and the University of Technology Sydney.

An exciting opportunity exists to drive quality improvements in palliative care outcomes throughout NSW. The PCOC improvement facilitator role is the key point of contact with palliative care services. The role is critical to driving improvements in outcomes, with improvements being driven through your relationships with services and healthcare professional staff, your ability to progress data-driven quality improvement approaches, and your commitment to ensuring excellence in outcomes for all.

The team you will join is experienced and diverse with a range of deep knowledge regarding education and learning, quality improvement, data, IT, policy, research and health outcomes. The role requires close collaboration with the PCOC team and working together in the pursuit of excellence.

Through this role you will have the opportunity to help services, patients and their carers, and the Australia health system. You will be provided with a unique opportunity to improve outcomes at scale through the Palliative Care Outcomes Collaboration (PCOC) national program.

How to Apply

Applicants are requested to submit a resume and cover letter (of no more than 3 pages) as they relate to the selection criteria located in the position description

For further information about this position, please contact Sabina Clapham, Director, Palliative Care Outcomes Collaboration (PCOC) on + 61 2 4239 2372.

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