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This powerful and professional organisation has been the Nation's leading support for our Health Care professionals for over a century, dedicated to supporting its members at local, state and federal levels. An organisation who promote and encourage community engagement as well as offering professional development and education opportunities for thousands of members every year. As the organisation continues to create a brighter future for Health Care professionals, a newly created role has been identified to join the Adelaide office as Compliance Officer.
The Compliance Officer will contribute to the achievement of the strategic objectives by leading and managing the development, implementation and monitoring of various processes and policies on behalf of its members and broader community. An important part of this role will be to monitor, evaluate and report on compliance to ensure compliance actions are met by the relevant stakeholders. Reporting directly to the Director of Operations, your key responsibilities will include: Assisting with the ongoing refinement of Compliance Framework in line with legislative requirements Lead and coordinate Compliance activities Assist with the development and growth of new policies and procedures Assist with identification and management of compliance risk across all business divisions and report on compliance activities Conduct reviews across the business and monitor completion of internal control tasks Develop and present reports to Senior Management for Board approval Provide consultative advice to the management team across the business in regard to Compliance obligations and key operational frameworks Enhancing key processes and guidelines for employees and members Reviewing processes and procedures to ensure ongoing compliance with relevant legislation and regulation conditions and obligations Maintaining regular audits and reporting of relevant findings Coordinate appropriate reporting to the Audit and Risk Committee Collaborating with key internal stakeholders of the business to build engagement in the Compliance Framework Key requirements to be successful in this role: Minimum 3 years relevant experience within a mature risk and compliance environment Experience within Not-for-Profit, Health Care or Registered Training Organisation (RTO) sectors Demonstrated experience and understanding of standards and regulations relating to business Proven ability to monitor and report progress in relation to the organisation's and business unit's continuous improvement strategies Demonstrated experience assisting and implementing compliance frameworks Formal report writing skills across Senior Managers, Committees and Board/s Sound knowledge of contemporary business systems, processes and relevant risk controls Certificate IV in Training & Assessment or a Certificate IV in RTO Compliance is highly desirable Overall, you will need to be a self-motivated individual with the ability to build cohesive stakeholde....