Do you want a rewarding job that makes a difference to the lives of older people?
We have an exciting an opportunity for a passionate and experienced Care Assessment Coordinator (Registered Nurse) to join our team at RFBI Hawkins Masonic Village, at Edgeworth, NSW.
You will be responsible for the preparation and management of ACFI submissions and claims for the village, educating staff around ACFI documentation and compliance and coordinating clinical assessments to ensure the village is delivering to its highest standard.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Prepare and manage ACFI submission and claims, coordinating this process for the village
- Maintain and conduct ACFI assessments and work closely with senior management and allied health professionals to maximise funding
- Coordinate and monitor clinical assessments, undertake care planning and evaluation ensuring accurate preparation of documents
- Educating staff around ACFI documentation and compliance
- Manage and coordinate quality improvement, and auditing requirements to maintain compliance with all relevant standards
You will have:
- Current AHPRA registration as a Registered Nurse
- Experience in undertaking aged care funding instrument (ACFI) assessments and submissions
- Demonstrated knowledge of continuous improvement, accreditation requirements, ACFI funding requirements and documentation
- 2+ years aged care experience with understanding of aged care legislation (desirable)
- Computer literacy and working knowledge of icare
- Excellent leadership and communication skills with ability to educate staff
- Royal Freemasons’ Benevolent Institution (RFBI) was established in 1880 to help people in need.
- RFBI has become a leading aged care provider with a vision to provide quality aged care services that are accessible by all people and has a positive impact on their lives.
- RFBI operates 21 residential aged care villages and 20 retirement villages across NSW and ACT.
- RFBI offers a range of home and community services across NSW and ACT to support older Australians to remain living in their own home.
- You must have or be able to obtain a current National Police Check (AFP Code 22) and be willing to undergo a Pre-Employment Functional Assessment to be eligible for the role.
- All applicants must be eligible to work in Australia.
- To be successful you will demonstrate your passion to make a difference in the lives of our residents and to work with them to ensure they receive the highest possible care, tailored to their needs and preferences.
- Annual salary range: $50,000.00 to $80,000.00
Wednesday 24th April 2019
If you feel this is the right role for you, apply now!
- Join a supportive and inclusive team environment
- An opportunity to work within a growing organisation
- Increase your take home pay with salary packaging opportunities
- Ongoing learning and development opportunities