Clinical Documentation Coordinator


Trott Park, SA

Posted 7/1/2020

  • Full-time or part-time (4 days per week)
  • Fixed-term contract (6 months, with the possibility to extend)
  • Based at our Residential Aged Care facility in Trott Park
  • Support our residents with a comprehensive approach to individualised care planning and funding

We are seeking a dedicated and passionate individual with sound clinical expertise, and interest in Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) assessments and submissions. With great attention to detail, you will ensure assessments, care plans and documentation accurately reflect residents’ health and wellness journeys, care needs, and legislative requirements. Utilising your great organisational skills, you will ensure ACFI is compliant, optimised, and completed in a timely fashion.

If you are a Registered Nurse looking to utilise your skills off the floor with consistent office hours, we would love to hear from you! 

What can you expect to be doing?

  • Work collaboratively with the Revenue Optimisation Manager and senior clinical team to facilitate a holistic service approach
  • Identify residents’ changing care needs and realign optimised funding accordingly
  • Drive an individualised customer focused approach by ensuring customer assessments and care plans are completed accurately
  • Optimise quality of life and health outcomes by pursuing and guiding clinical governance
  • Promote a culture where correct documentation is key in providing high-quality care

What do you need to bring?

  • Bachelor of Nursing (or equivalent)
  • Current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency as a Registered Nurse
  • Proven understanding of Aged Care Quality Standards and accreditation expectations
  • Experience as a Registered Nurse and/or ACFI documentation, assessments and submissions, or interest and willingness to learn (a supportive mentoring and education approach will be provided to the role)
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with proven strengths in negotiation, collaboration, and problem-solving
  • Outstanding consultation skills enabling you to work with a broad range of people

Who is AnglicareSA?

As SA’s largest social services provider, AnglicareSA makes a positive difference to the lives of more than 65,000 people each year. Our 1,800 staff and 580 volunteers support individuals, families and communities, responding to their immediate need and working with them to build capacity to restore and maintain dignity and control in their lives. Our services are broad, supporting people at every stage of life.

We believe in social justice, the equal worth of each citizen, equality of opportunity and the importance of strong communities. Together we change lives.

What we offer:

  • Access to our fantastic salary packaging options – increase your take home pay by decreasing the amount of tax you pay
  • Banking benefits, health care discounts, gym membership offers, paid parental leave, and much more
  • A diverse and supportive team culture who have a focus on improving the lives of many
  • Flexible work hours, appropriate to the role

How to Apply:

When submitting an application, please attach your resume and a cover letter addressing the demonstrable requirements/competencies.

View the attached job description for the full role requirements.

For further information please contact Louise Chambers on 0448 636 673

Applications close Monday 13 July 2020

AnglicareSA is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We encourage all suitably qualified candidates apply. 

We are committed to the employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Please contact our Aboriginal Services team on 8305 9237 to discuss joining AnglicareSA. 

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