About the Role
Capability Building Coordinator will aim to provide resources to VACCA and other community service organisations to enable them to place students and will support the development of formal partnerships with education providers. The Capability Building Coordinator will support the use of existing tools, including Placeright (an information management system for student placements) and the Best Practice Clinical Learning Environment (BPCLE) framework and tool (to enhance quality student placements)
The Capability Building Coordinator will work with community service organisations and assist them to be able to access appropriate supervision training for their workers. Building both student supervision and practice supervision capability and capacity will be critical to this work and, along with placement administration.
This role will includes:
- Support to implement the Student Placement Agreement (SPA) and Standardised Student Induction Protocol (SSIP) (provided by DHHS)
- Support to stakeholders to respond to annual requests for clinical placement data and to meet reporting requirements;
- Support to stakeholders to use Placeright;
- Support to stakeholders to implement the BPCLE Framework and use the BPCLEtool
- Providing support, advice and information to participating consortia stakeholders.
- Support participating community service organisations in project activities
Looking for someone who can join us by Monday 9 April 2018 to attend the project induction program from 9 to 13 April 2018
To be considered for this role you must demonstrate:
- A relevant tertiary qualification in Welfare, Community Development or related discipline, or extensive demonstrated practical experience in the field.
- Awareness and appreciation of Aboriginal societies and cultures and an understanding of the issues affecting Aboriginal people in contemporary Australia and the diversity of circumstances of Aboriginal people
- Commitment to VACCA’s vision and purpose.
- Excellent organisational skills with flexibility to prioritise a range of competing demands and work to deadlines.
- Highly developed interpersonal and diplomacy skills, with the ability to work independently or as part of a collaborative team
- Proven ability to develop and maintain effective partnerships with a diverse range of stakeholders with competing agendas
About the Organisation
Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency (VACCA) operates within the context that Aboriginal children continue to be significantly overrepresented in the protection and care system within Victoria. VACCA considers that it has the responsibility and the opportunity to promote, advocate for and achieve positive changes in the lives of Aboriginal children, their families and the broader Aboriginal community.
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