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Director, Prudential Compliance

Australian Public Service - Canberra, ACT

Executive & Strategic Management
Source: uWorkin


A full-time, ongoing/ non-ongoing opportunity exists in our office for a Director. This central role is responsible for the regulation of approved providers in relation to their prudential responsibilities under the Aged Care Act 1997 and Aged Care Principles, the assessment of compliance of approved providers with the Prudential Standards, monitoring of providers through the management of the Annual Prudential Compliance Statement, investigation of providers who are, or who are at risk of, not meeting their prudential obligations. The Director also leads a team that works with approved residential aged care providers to ensure they understand their prudential obligations.

The Approvals, Compliance and Investigations Group (ACI) of the Commission undertakes compliance and enforcement action in line with the Aged Care Quality & Safety Commission Regulatory Strategy and in accordance with the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission Act 2018 (Act), the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission Rules 2018 (Rules), the Aged Care Act 1997 and relevant Aged Care Principles.
The Group monitors provider compliance through a range of mechanisms, including information received from performance assessments against the Quality Standards, compulsory reporting, annual reporting and complaints. This information is assessed to determine the Commission’s response based on the identified risks to care recipients.

The Group also monitors residential aged care providers to ensure they are meeting their obligations with the prudential standards and prudential obligations, and the financial operations of home care providers to ensure they are appropriately managing all fees and payments, home care budgets and unspent home care funds.
The Group also assesses and determines the suitability of incorporated organisations that apply to become an approved provider of home, flexible or residential aged care.

The key duties of the position include:

  • Provide clear and supportive leadership during a period of change in the delivery of outcomes related to assessing risk, monitoring and undertaking compliance activities of approved providers prudential responsibilities in residential aged care,
  • Performing the role of delegate for prudential regulatory decisions which can impact both the quality of life for consumers and the business operations of aged care providers,
  • Provide leadership and direction on a program of activities and products to educate providers on their prudential responsibilities,
  • Engagement with a network of stakeholders within the Commission, other Government Departments, and externally,
  • Anticipate and establish priorities, monitor progress and casework to deliver required outcomes to a high standard in a timely manner,
  • Prepare reports, ministerial briefs, and other high level documentation for presentation to the Executive,
  • Developing, coaching, and mentoring staff and commitment within the Section to achieve corporate objectives, and
  • Other duties as required commensurate with the skills and capabilities of an officer at level.

Canberra, ACT

Executive & Strategic Management


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