Are you a motivated and energetic Project Manager excited by the prospect of creating positive influence for people living with disability?Be the Place You Want to WorkFitness Passport | Salary Packaging Hybrid work environment | Diversity and InclusionAbout usWesthaven is and will continue to be the provider of choice for disability support services and accommodation across regional NSW.  Westhaven provides client-centric, high-quality programs and activities that provide whole-of-life support for people with disability, including offering houses that are homes, enabling choice and control and supporting clients to live life the way they choose.  About the roleDue to Westhaven’s ongoing growth and expansion, an exciting opportunity exists to join our team as a Quality Project Officer. The Quality Project Officer is responsible for implementing, coordinating, monitoring and reporting on a range of projects which improve Westhaven’s service delivery outcomes and / or operations.Key responsibilities:Contribute to the development, implementation and coordination of projects that deliver effective business unit outcomes and meet client service delivery needsManage and oversee particular aspects of projects and implementations, including developing and monitoring project plans, coordinating resources, and monitoring workflow to ensure successful project milestones and deadlines are metPrepare a range of project-related documents for key stakeholders as required, including status updates, executive level reports and briefs to manage the flow of informationLiaise and work collaboratively with all areas of the organisationTo be at the forefront of this opportunity you will have:An understanding of project management principles including planning, monitoring and evaluation, coupled with knowledge of project management methodologies and processesDemonstrated knowledge of the NDIS and Quality and Safeguarding Framework and understanding of Human RightsPrevious experience in a quality role, with a sound understanding of quality management systems and processes including continuous improvement principles, internal auditing practice, incident management and the ability to coordinate quality improvement plansStrong administrative skills and attention to detail, including a working knowledge of Google Suite (or similar) and be highly numerate with a track record of data analysis and an ability to interpret data for a variety of different stakeholder needsAbility to self-motivate and self-manage workloads to meet deadlines, prioritise and use initiative with a positive, solution-focused attitudeDemonstrated competency in written and verbal communication skills, including negotiation skills and the ability to present information to various stakeholders and facilitate meetingsWesthaven regards the following as highly desirable:Experience in disability support, health care, community or NFP organisations Change management experience Essential requirements of the role:A current NSW Driver’s licence The ability to obtain and maintain a paid Working with Children Check (WWCC)The ability to obtain and maintain a National Disability Insurance Scheme Workers Check (NDISWC)Appropriately vaccinated against Covid-19 and able to provide evidence Benefits Include:Salary packaging up to $15,900 each yearFitness passportEAP access for you and your familyContemporary G Suite technology and office hubFlexible work arrangements available in a hybrid work environmentAbout applyingPlease submit your CV and a cover letter addressing your abilities to undertake the key responsibilities of this role. We encourage diversity and inclusionWesthaven is passionate about social justice and diversity and is committed to being an EEO employer. We embrace diversity in our workforce and encourage applications from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, including those from Aboriginal, Torres Strait Island heritage and people with lived experience of disability.For more information or confidential enquiries please contact Lynda Haksteeg, General Manager, Corporate Services at Applications close: 30 September 2022Please note: Any published closing dates are estimates only. We aim to fill vacancies as quickly as possible. This means that we will close the advertisement as soon as we have found the right candidate and this may be before the published closing date. We would therefore advise interested applicants to submit an application as early as possible. Position Description: Quality Project Officer 85000 AUD Dubbo 2830