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#795 Branch Head, South East, SES Band 1, NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission

#795 Branch Head, South East, SES Band 1, NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission

The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission is an independent agency established to improve the quality and safety of NDIS supports and services. The Commission regulates NDIS providers, provides national consistency, promotes safety and quality services, resolves problems and identifies areas for improvement.

The NDIS represents a fundamental change to the way people with disability are supported in their everyday lives. This change requires the right systems and protections to support quality and safety in NDIS services and supports. The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission is current recruiting for their Branch Manager, South East. 

The Branch is responsible for delivering the NDIS Commission’s state and territory-based functions, being complaints, reportable incidents, behaviour support, compliance and investigations. The Branch ensures state and territory operations are compliant with the Commissioner’s obligations under the National Disability Insurance Act 2013, and Rules, and aligned with the NDIS Commission’s strategic directions. The Branch oversees and monitors the integration of these functions at the jurisdictional level and ensures national consistency across the NDIS Commission’s work.

Reporting directly to the Registrar, the Branch Head is accountable for the work of state and territory offices in the region, as well as co-ordinating cross jurisdictional matters, and triaging matters that will require the attention of the relevant Executive responsible for certain functions of the Commissioner. The Branch Head drives cross-functional engagement within each state and territory office, and connection with registration operational activities. They manage regional stakeholder relationships and interfaces with local regulators. The Branch Head has knowledge of, and provides insight and intelligence into local, regional and jurisdiction matters.

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