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Education and Quality Coordinator


8 December, 2021 Part-time
  • Lovely faith-based working environment in Sydney, career pathway opportunities
  • Fabulously flexible 32 hour week – work it your own way
  • Be part of a welcoming spiritual ‘family’ and facility


This is a wonderful opportunity to view and practise education and quality coordination through a different lens. The peaceful St Josephs Aged Care Facility Kensington is a unique 43-bed residential home operated by nuns, adjacent to their convent and school, catering specifically to faith-based practitioners who have dedicated their lives to helping those in need. Similarly, the facility is dedicated to sustaining and nurturing their continuing spiritual needs.

This newly-created position is testament to the Sisters’ caring philosophy and excellent reputation, to ensure appropriate initiatives that enable better care and lifestyle experiences for the residents.


The kind of person we’re seeking for this truly special role is precisely that: kind.

Because it isn’t simply a great career opportunity, it’s a calling. So if your own ethic reflects the benevolent care practised by this home’s residents in their working lives, read on.


  • Respectful of resident choice and faith
  • A positive and compassionate people-person with a constant focus on those within your care
  • An educator and/or quality coordinator extraordinaire
  • Calm and conscientious, able to positively influence staff to embrace change
  • An inclusive listener who earns trust easily through their effective communication and interpersonal style
  • A flexible doer and finisher

With a background in health or aged care, you’re an experienced Clinical Nurse Educator who understands not only quality and continuous improvement, but the education that underpins them.

You also have:

  • Experience in connecting audits with quality and education development, delivery and monitoring
  • The ability to work well with a close-knit team
  • Excellent computer skills and systems orientation
  • The capability to ensure compliance and high-quality care
  • The ability to develop a deep understanding of the facility’s faith-based culture and way of life
  • A working knowledge of the Aged Care and/or Healthcare Standards and compliance
  • A customer-service focus with a commitment to enhancing lifestyle, wellness and care services to residents

Reporting to the Director of Nursing, who is a Sister, your responsibilities include:

  • Creating an appropriate quality and improvement focus for staff that aligns with residents’ beliefs and ministering of religious practice
  • Working with the Board clinical governance committee to develop, deliver and coordinate education and induction programs for staff, outsourcing where appropriate
  • Building capability in RN and AIN team care practice
  • Conducting and utilising audit data and trend analysis to create an audit schedule that informs education programs
  • Maintaining a quality assurance program

You’ll not only enjoy an amazingly supportive, flexible and caring work environment, but an excellent Clinical Nurse Educator salary with not-for-profit benefits and on-site parking. And you can arrange your work hours however they work best for you – over 5 days, school hours, 4 days, or even include a weekend day.


Do something that takes you out of the ordinary.

Call PJ Maynard on 9144 4544 or 0414 412 418 to chat about this unique role. Or to apply, send your resume to

We’re good people who find good people.

(The official job offer will be made after the successful candidate has received the tick on relevant police and recruitment checks.