About the Company
The Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry (AOANJRR) is the largest procedure registry within Australia. It monitors the outcome of all arthroplasty procedures nationally. This includes hip, knee, shoulder, elbow, wrist, ankle and spinal disc replacement. It is owned and managed by the AOA and permanently funded by the Commonwealth Government under contract with the AOA. It is listed by the Commonwealth Government as a Federal Quality Assurance Activity.
Culture & Benefits
- 2 Year contract
- Work in the iconic SAHMRI building
- Rapidly growing project team
- 3 - A friendly relaxed culture
- Actively supports scientific research and humanitarian initiatives in Australia and overseas.
About the role
Reporting to the Project Manager, The Project Coordinator will play a key role in coordinating the implementation of the Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMS) Project. In addition to this, you will also participate in and support other AOANJRR projects as required. You will be the key person in maintaining positive stakeholder relationships, developing project documentation, plans, updates, reports and will undertake a variety of administrative duties to support the project objectives.
- Work with stakeholders to scope and plan project deliverables
- Monitor and report against budget, timeframes and other performance indicators
- Manage a schedule of project meetings
- Plan and implement change management strategies
- Draft high-quality briefings, reports and presentations for a range of audiences
- Manage the day to day operations of the project
- Act as the first point of contact in relation to project progress and objectives
- Provide executive support to the steering committee, working groups and other project meetings
- Prepare meeting materials including agendas, minute taking and the follow up of action items
- Build and maintain relationships with an extensive network of internal and external stakeholders
- Monitor and provide support to the data collection sites (i.e. hospitals) including responding to queries, providing training on data collection software and procedures.
- Contribute to the project review process by identifying and reporting on project risks, and implementing efficient risk-management and contingency strategies as directed
- Prepare, submit and maintain records of ethics applications for various committees including hospital approval processes
- Oversee the ethical conduct of the study and lodge amendments and reports to the ethics committees
- Identify and implement strategies to enhance the recruitment, management and retention of participating hospitals and surgeons
- Provide support to a range of other small projects as required
Skills and experience
- Hold a degree in Project management or relevant field and/or demonstrated experience managing complex projects
- Demonstrated high-level project and event management skills through to completion
- Excellent planning and organisational skills, with the ability to establish priorities and allocate resources to meet tight deadlines
- The ability to provide formal and informal leadership in a complex project
- Experience in preparing and submitting ethics and local governance applications
- Extensive relationship management skills, including the ability to interact with, and gain cooperation from with a variety of stakeholders
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including experience in developing professional documentation and presenting information
- Advanced computer literacy with experience in the use of project management software and related programs
- Experience in or knowledge of the health/hospital system within Australia.
Apply now and find out more
If you are ready to register your interest in this role, forward your current resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, via our website at www.daviesstewart.com/job-search, or via the link below, or call 08 8232 8008 for more information. Your confidential application will be acknowledged by email and shortlisted applicants will be contacted by phone.