The Quality Development Manager [CQI] is responsible for leading the development and implementing, promoting and evaluating the AH&MRC Continuous Quality Improvement Support Program.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Lead the development, implementation, promotion and evaluation of the AH&MRC program of CQI-related support for NSW ACCHSs
- Lead the development, implementation, promotion and evaluation of CQI activities AH&MRC program of CQI-related support for NSW ACCHSs
- Initiate and implement collaborative ACCHS CQI projects in identified priority topic areas
- Manage other staff working in the area of CQI (Currently a Senior CQI Project Officer)
- Develop and deliver CQI related training and support to ACCHSs and within the AH&MRC
- Assess and manage the Identification, adaption, development and dissemination of tools and resources that support CQI in ACCHSs
- Establish and maintain support and information networks for ACCHS staff around CQI
- Contribute to developing and implementing CQI related research projects
- Contribute to ACCHS CQI policy development, advice and analysis at Local, State and National levels, including through representing the AH&MRC on relevant committees
- Contribute to the improvement of ACCHS and AH&MRC infrastructure to support CQI related activity
About the Organisation
Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services are accessible, sustainable, adequately resourced, have a skilled workforce, and meet the health needs and aspirations of Aboriginal peoples. Aboriginal peoples experience self-determination in all areas of their lives. Aboriginal peoples achieve physical, cultural, social and emotional wellbeing, and contribute to the overall health, wellbeing and strength of their communities.
The purpose of the AH&MRC is to:
- lead the Aboriginal health agenda for better policies, programs, services, and practices
- ensure Aboriginal knowledge informs decision-making processes
- support, strengthen and sustain Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services.