Accreditation Program Coordinator

Applications open until: 12th December
Location: St Leonards
Type of employment: Dementia Centre

About HammondCare

Our Mission is ‘Improving the quality of life for people in need’. Does this strike a note with you?

We are a Non for Profit, Independent Christian Charity and leader in providing health, aged care, dementia care and advice.

We are regarded both Nationally and Internationally as one of Australia’s most innovative Health and Aged Care providers and we have a strong, passionate commitment to Dementia Care, Palliative Care and research as well as to people who are finally disadvantaged.


About the role

HammondCare is looking for an Accreditation Program Coordinator to be based in our St Leonards officer, NSW. The main function of this role is to Maintain, enhance and evaluate our Accreditation framework and developing frameworks to be applicable to other areas of the HammondCare business.

Other duties include:

  • Ongoing implement and evaluation of the LDC national Dementia Consultant Accreditation program that provides a foundation for excellence in the delivery of consultancy work
  • Develop the framework for use across HammondCare and with a view to its use externally 3
  • Work with consultants and their managers to ensure accreditation is maintained.
  • Work with internal and external stakeholders to identify and analyse training needs of Dementia Consultants and staff working toward accreditation
  • Work with stakeholders to develop training plans to meet identified needs
  • Ensure Dementia Centre and other partnering consultants maintain the necessary skills and competency to deliver their role
  • Ensure compliance with record keeping and reporting
  • Report on emerging trends and needs identified with key stakeholders
  • Maintain and consider own professional development plan targeting areas of interest


About you

  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
  • Experience of implementing professional development and accreditation frameworks
  • Demonstrated ability to liaise with key internal stakeholders
  • Ability to liaise with external stakeholders in relation to the accreditation program for organisations
  • Excellent report writing, administrative and computer skills
  • Knowledge and experience in aged care services including understanding of the requirements of aged care including accreditation standards, legislative requirements, a person centred care philosophy and behavioural



  • Flexible Working Hours – start and finish times are flexible (in consultation with your manager).
  • Great team – Work within a strong and committed team environment with experts in Dementia Care.
  • Learning & Development – We are a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and regularly provide support and learning opportunities to our employees to refresh and upskill.
  • Market comparative package with the added salary sacrificing benefits of working for a non for profit.
  • Corporate Benefits – Reduced Healthcare memberships, reduced gym memberships etc. Too many to list, but available on our website.


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Closing Date: 12th December 2020

All short listed applicants for these positions will be asked to consent to a criminal record check.