Director Quality and Outcomes
- Transform the futures of children, youth and families
- Facilitate consumer engagement and input
- Contribute as key member of executive leadership
Anglicare Victoria is currently seeking to appoint an experienced, innovative, senior leader to continue to enhance and shape the organisation as it makes a difference to children, young people and families across Victoria.
Reporting to the CEO and as a member of the Senior Management Team, the incumbent will actively contribute to strategic planning, leading key continuous improvement initiatives, communicating shared learnings, aligning research and promoting best practice in delivering great outcomes with respect to clients, employees and stakeholders.
Ensuring a systematic approach to monitoring, evaluating, learning from and reporting on the quality of services, the role will lead accreditation as well drive a strong focus on capturing data and using it to evolve our services and provide the capability to promote our outcomes with our clients. The position will be a strategic, transformational and operational improvement leader for client delivery and contribute across the organisation.
The successful candidate will have proven experience leading quality and change in complex environments. There will be a requirement for exemplary leadership and stakeholder relationship management skills to ensure success in this position. Tertiary qualifications in Business, Quality/Compliance, Psychology, Sociology or equivalent are mandatory. Post graduate qualifications will be highly regarded.
Anglicare Victoria offers a comprehensive network of high-quality services that aim to significantly improve the lives of young people, children, and families/carers.
As Victoria’s leading child and family welfare organisation, our mission is to create positive change for the most vulnerable and disadvantaged members of our community.
In any given year we will provide Residential, Foster and Kinship care for over 1,200 Victorian children, help 130+ families to stay together through our Rapid Response program, and support more than 2,500 carers to build better parenting skills through our evidence-based ParentZone program.
We empower families to build better futures through financial counselling and improve educational outcomes for young people in Out-of-Home Care through the TEACHaR Program, which has delivered measurable improvements in educational engagement and attainment at over 165 locations across Victoria.
Anglicare Victoria is also a major provider of Men’s Behavioural Change and other family violence services across the state.
AV is strongly committed to diversity and inclusivity and welcomes applicants from all ethnicities, races, sexual orientations, faiths, ages and physical ability.
For more information visit: Anglicare Victoria
Applications close: Monday 25 November 2019
To apply – please click on ‘Apply now’ using reference ANGdqo1019, addressing your cover letter and resume detailing your skills, knowledge and experience to Kate Wheeler of Fisher Leadership, or call +61 1300 347 437 for further information.