Executive Manager, Risk, Compliance and Quality

Community Based Support (CBS) is a not for profit, Tasmanian organisation that supports people who are frail, aged and those with a disability to live the life they choose while living in their home for as long as possible. CBS dedicate their time to ensuring that approximately 3000 people in Tasmania receive the best quality support services and quality of life to maximise their independence. The support that CBS provide is tailored to individual needs and focuses on finding solutions that best suit that particular person. For more information on CBS please visit their website at www.cbsaust.org.au

The Executive Manager, Risk, Compliance and Quality will report directly to the CEO and be part of a vibrant and focussed Executive team. In this role, you will be responsible for the continued development, implementation and maintenance of the CBS risk, compliance and quality management framework. As a result, you will oversee and maintain CBS’s risk and compliance obligations, standards, services, resources and most importantly industry reputation. Operationally, you will be tasked with identifying gaps and opportunities in compliance and develop clear, concise improvement plans to eliminate potential risks and educate employees on best practices whilst coordinating and integrating compliance / quality systems and processes across the organisation. As part of the Executive team you will also be expected to contribute leadership and guidance in line with the current strategic plan.

The successful candidate will be a strong outcome focussed individual with broad organisational experience, be self-motivated and driven with an ability to think outside the box. Importantly, you will have a minimum five years experience in the management of Risk and Compliance preferably in aged care and disability with a geographically dispersed organisation. Importantly, you must display the ability to partner with managers and other stakeholders across CBS to drive compliance and reduce risk. You will be both collaborative and inclusive in your leadership style with strong interpersonal skills with the ability to present and relate to an Executive team one minute and their most recent and least experienced employee the next. You will be analytical by nature and be able to use that skill to balance risk whilst maintaining your ability to be solutions focussed for the organisations key stakeholders, their clients.

If this sounds like you and you’re up for the challenge then we’d welcome your interest and encourage you to contact Richard Durand on 0421 615 963 or Angela Porter on 0428 773 478 from Searson Buck for a confidential conversation and a copy of the Position Description or apply directly via Seek or through the Searson Buck website at www.searsonbuck.com.au Applications close Friday 20 November, 2020.