Work in a collaborative and supportive team environment, Work for a leading medical college, Convenient location, walking distance to Parliament station and trams.VIC OFFICE
Fixed Term Part Time
Coordinator Clinical Assessment
The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) is a not for profit, membership-based organisation leading the way in surgical performance, professionalism and patient care in Australia and New Zealand.
With service to our members at the forefront of our business, we support ongoing learning and development for our surgical workforce of more than 7,000 surgeons and 1,300 surgical trainees and Specialist International Medical Graduates.
RACS is on an exciting journey to transform the way our members engage with us by making improvements across many aspects of the College - from learning and development to technology and governance. By creating a workplace with even greater flexibility, we are focusing on collaboration and innovation to better serve our members and to enhance the contribution of surgeons to the community.
Based at the top end of town we are within easy walking distance to trams and Parliament Station.
The Role (Fixed Term/Part Time/0.2 FTE)
Reporting to the Team Leader - SIMG Assessment, the Coordinator Clinical Assessment will perform a vital role in the processing of applications submitted by international medical graduates wishing to undertake a period of short-term training in Australia.
The successful candidate will provide support and guidance to applicants, undertake extensive review of applications to ensure all relevant documentation has been provided, coordinate the assessment of applications and maintain accurate and up to date records.
This role will be offered as a fixed term contract until 23/12/2022.
As the ideal candidate you will have:
- Prior experience in administration in either a medical or educational environment
- An understanding of the particular attributes of membership based organisations and the
- medical education sector
- Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills in order to liaise with individuals from diverse backgrounds
- High-level organisational skills with the ability to prioritise tasks, meet competing deadlines and perform tasks in a timely and efficient manner
- High attention to detail with the ability to think laterally
- High level proficiency in using Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Applications, a working knowledge of databases, and the ability to learn and use new systems quickly and proficiently
Why Work At RACS
- Opportunity to contribute to and influence the success of a critical organisational program
- Be involved in and contribute to an exciting organisational technology transformation
- Flexibility and recognition that employees are at their best when they have balance in their lives
- Sense of wellbeing will be supported by a workplace that values your strengths
To apply for this role please submit your application by clicking on the “Apply Now’ button to submit a resume, answer the outlined selection criteria and upload a Cover Letter in word or PDF.
Applications close COB, Thursday April 29 2021.
RACS is committed to supporting diversity and inclusion in our workforce. The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people as the traditional landowners of Australia and Mori as the tangata whenua (people of the land) of New Zealand. We are committed to creating employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and Mori and building an environment that is inclusive, culturally safe and appropriate.
Applications Close: 29/04/2021