General Manager Clinical Governance
- Deliver trauma informed, high quality, responsive and innovative services.
- Champion enterprise approach to quality, underpinned by continuous evidence-based monitoring, evaluation, and improvement.
- Collaborate across the enterprise to contribute to implementation of strategic and operational plans
Good Shepherd Australia and New Zealand provide courageous and compassionate services to women, girls, and families in vulnerable circumstances around the world. The organisation has a long-term vision to ensure that women, girls, and families are safe, well, strong and connected. Good Shepherd Australia New Zealand has evolved and adapted to meet the needs of communities across Australia and New Zealand and are focused on where the emerging needs are and on providing innovative, locally tailored responses.
Through evidence-informed, client-centric services we provide women and families support in times of crisis and great need. We build resilience in safety so that women, girls, and families can move beyond their present day. In recognition of financial abuse as a root cause of vulnerability, Good Shepherd helps women and families experiencing hardship to build their capacity to manage and control their financial wellbeing.
As an integral member of the Leadership Team, this role is accountable for leading GSANZ Clinical Governance across the organisation. This critical enterprise role will contribute to the growth, development and continuous improvement of clinical services, delivery practice quality and the professional culture of the client facing workforce delivering services to women and families across the organisation. As an Australian and New Zealand Province, this role will from time to time will be involved in supporting and/or guiding the development of Client Services models with the New Zealand GS organisation.
We are seeking expressions of interest from candidates who have successfully delivered clinical practice leadership, and provided expert advice and guidance based on practice expertise and contemporary research that promotes positive outcomes for women and families. Supporting teams through change you will lead strategic, transformational, and operational improvement across services and the organisation as a whole. You will practice training, consultation, group reflective practice and clinical program development across the organisation. Leading the approach to building the organisations capability and performance, the role will contribute to the continuous improvement of systems and tools that enable the organisation to monitor, evaluate and learn from experience, with a strong focus on capturing data and using it to develop a suite of evidence-based services. Tertiary qualifications essential.
For more information about Good Shepherd, visit: https://goodshep.org.au/
To apply – please go to fisherleadership.com and click on ‘APPLY ONLINE’ using reference GSAgcg0721, addressing your cover letter and resume to Kate Wheeler of Fisher Leadership, or call +61 1300 347 437 for further information.
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Applications close: Monday 13 September