- Full-time senior manager role available as a five-year contract
- Support the high standards of an internationally recognised accreditation agency
- Attractive Salary Package
- Access to training and development opportunities
- Free parking provided by the AMC
The purpose of the Australian Medical Council (AMC) is to ensure the standards of education, training and assessment of the medical profession promote and protect the health of the Australian community.
The AMC is the accreditation authority for medical programs in Australia and has a worldwide reputation for its accreditation processes and standards. The AMC Accreditation and Standards Unit manages the AMC’s accreditation services. Staff of this Unit work with stakeholders in health and education to develop medical education standards and policy. The Unit manages the processes of assessment of medical programs and their providers, including monitoring, tracking and assessing compliance with the approved accreditation standards. It also supports and guides accreditation teams and reviewers, and the AMC’s expert committees.
The AMC is seeking a Director to lead the accreditation and standards team. This is a senior management position in the AMC. The current high level of interest in accreditation as a quality assurance mechanism in Australia and internationally creates a number of opportunities to review and enhance AMC processes and standards to respond to and shape international developments.
As Director, Accreditation and Standards you will develop and strengthen the AMC’s high quality accreditation services, drawing on your success in developing people, embedding a culture of continuous quality improvement, and building collaborative relationships.
You will know how to implement and review quality assurance or accreditation systems, apply and review standards, operating procedures and systems, and manage high level academic or governance committees.
Required skills include:
- strong planning and organisational skills
- research, analysis and report writing skills
- management of own and others’ time and workload demands
- management and development of staff
- project and budget management
- relationship building skills
- excellent communication skills.
Extended working hours, interstate travel and occasional overseas travel, is also required in this position.
This is a full-time role, offered on a five-year contract. Depending on skills and experience, a package in the range of $134,000-$176,000, inclusive of superannuation, is available.
How to Apply
If you are interested in applying for this position please submit your resume, along with a covering letter outlining your interest suitability for the role. Your application should systematically address the selection criteria.
Closing date for applications is Friday 14 July 2017 at 11.00pm. To apply, click here ‘Seek’
A detailed position description is available at: (http://www.amc.org.au/about/employment-opportunities)
For further information regarding this role, please contact Theanne Walters on 02 6270 9703, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org