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Aps Level 5 Assurance Review Officer (Affirmative Measures - Indigenous)

National Health Funding Body - Barton, ACT

Government, Defence & Emergency
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JOB DESCRIPTION

Full Job Description
Job Reference Number 21-IHACDIV-8780

Classification APS Level 5

Job Title APS Level 5 Assurance Review Officer (Affirmative Measures -
Indigenous)

Division Quality and Assurance Division

Branch Program Assurance Branch

Section Home Care Program Assurance Reviews Section / Home Care Provider
Education Section

Location Woden, ACT. Other locations also considered.

Status Ongoing

Employment type Full-time & Part-time

Salary Range $76,009 to $82,200

Security Clearance Baseline (Protected, Highly Protected, Restricted, Confidential)

Desirable Qualifications  Formal qualifications in quality assurance, compliance, quality
audits or related fields

Contact Officer Name: Bianca Murcutt
Phone: 02 6289 8657
Email: Bianca.Murcutt@health.gov.au

Eligibility
  • To be eligible for employment with the Department of Health applicants must be an
Australian citizen at the time an offer of employment is made

  • An applicant’s suitability for employment with Health will also be assessed through a variety
of pre-employment check processes, such as:
Satisfactory completion of an Australian Federal Police criminal history check, and
where relevant a Working with Children and Vulnerable People Check.

Completion of a medical declaration and pre-employment medical (where required).
Providing evidence of qualifications.

Division Responsibilities
The role of Quality and Assurance Division is to ensure that senior Australians receive aged care

services that are high quality and safe, and funding is used appropriately.

Branch Responsibilities
The purpose of the newly established Program Assurance Branch is to assure value for money of

program funds for the Government/taxpayers and aged care recipients. The work of the Branch is

integral to assuring that maximum program funds are utilised for direct services and care to senior

Australians. The predominant functions of the Branch are focussed on the Home Care Packages

(HCP) Program that is being significantly expanded as a consequence of Budget 2021-22. Branch

functions comprise establishing and undertaking annual in-house program assurance reviews of up

to 500 HCP providers per year, supporting dissemination of assurance findings and learnings through

a Community of Practice, and managing fraud, misuse of funds and associated investigations and

actions. The Branch is also responsible for national leadership and program assurance of the Aged

Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) Review Program and associated policy and operations, working in

partnership with Network Office teams in most capital cities. This significant Program regulates

subsidy claims made by approved providers of residential aged care.

Section Responsibilities
The Home Care Program Assurance Reviews Section has responsibility for the creation and

implementation of the Home Care Program Assurance Framework, development of an annual review

plan and conducting reviews of up to 500 providers each financial year.

The reviews will help determine whether home care providers are delivering services in line with

program requirements and that the Government’s expenditure achieves value for money.

The Home Care Provider Education Section is a new function that aims to improve approved home

care providers understanding of the Home Care Packages Program. A new Community of Practice

needs to be established to encourage collaboration between the Department and providers. The

outcomes of the program assurance reviews will also inform continuous improvement and

consistency of practice.

Key Responsibilities
As an assurance review officer, your key responsibilities could be:

  • provide support by reviewing the provider documentation and conducting interviews with
providers to assess whether services are being delivered as expected

  • keep accurate and comprehensive records to support reviews, including creation of trackers,
spreadsheets and project plans

  • support drafting of reports including identifying issues, findings and recommendations
  • communicating with service providers throughout reviews
  • support section team members throughout review process.
Key Capabilities

We are seeking people with the following capabilities:
  • excellent written and oral communication skills
  • excellent stakeholder liaison and management skills, particularly with external service
providers

  • strong organisational skills and ability to prioritise
  • ability to build effective working relationships
  • experience or proven understanding of program assurance and risk management
  • knowledge of Home Care Packages Program an advantage.
More information about the capabilities we are looking for to fill APS5 level positions can be found

at: www.apsc.gov.au/work-level-standards-aps-level-and-executive-level-classifications.

Desirable Experience
  • Knowledge of Home Care Packages Program
Application Response (Single page application)
Your application will be assessed on your ability to demonstrate that you possess, or have the real

potential to develop, the required skills, knowledge, experience and qualifications to perform the

role. These requirements are based on the information provided to you as part of the job

advertisement, in line with the APS Work Level Standards.

Applicants are required to provide a statement of claims framed around the key duties and key

capabilities. Your statement of claims should be no more than one page in total with a font no

smaller than size 10. Applications that do not meet these requirements may not be considered.

Work Environment Description
Responsibilities - As detailed in Section 28 of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 while at work, a

worker must:
  • Take reasonable care for his or her own health and safety
  • Take reasonable care that his or her acts or omissions do not adversely affect the health and
safety of other persons

  • Comply, so far as the worker is reasonably able, with any reasonable instruction that is given
by the person conducting the business or undertaking to allow the person to comply with
this Act

  • Cooperate with any reasonable policy or procedure of the person conducting the business or
undertaking relating to health or safety at the workplace that has been notified to workers

  • Complete all WHS related induction and training
  • Report all work related incidents and/or illnesses to the WHS Section.
Description Requirement Additional Information

Administrative

1. Computer Use Yes

2. Generic screen based Yes

3. Sitting at desk Yes

4. Standing for long periods No

Manual Handling

5. Lifting 0-15kg No

6. Lifting 15 kg + No

7. Climbing No

8. Bending No

9. Squatting No

10. Reaching No

11. Push/pull No

12. Sequential Repetitive Movements in No

short period of time

13. Manual dexterity/manipulation No

Work Environment

14. Work with others towards shared Yes

goals in a team environment

Description Requirement Additional Information

15. Works in isolation from other staff No

(remote supervision)

16. Distance walking (ie: Large building No

or inter-building transit)

17. Works outdoors No

18.Works in a call centre environment No

19. Works in a customer service No

environment

Tasks Involving

20. Exposure to chemicals No

21. Exposure to biological hazards No

22. Working at heights No

23. Requirement to wear personal No

protective equipment (PPE)

24. Requirement for full Colour vision No

25. Work with energetics and explosives No

26. Exposure to Petrol, Oil, Lubricant No

Products that may cause dermatological

conditions

27. Exposure to extreme temperatures No

28. Confined spaces No

29. Exposure to Non-ionising radiation No

30. Excessive Noise No

31. Low Lighting No

32. Dangerous Goods/ Equipment No

33. Exposure to airborne odours No

Travel

34. Frequent travel - Vehicle No

35. Frequent travel - Aeroplane No

36. Frequent travel - Seaborne No

Cyclic Workload

37. Peaks & Troughs No

38. Frequent Overtime No

39. Rostered Shift Work No