Facility Manager - Marist

  • Full-time position
  • Generous salary packaging option
  • Free on-site parking

About the Role         

An experienced Facility Manager is needed to effectively delivery all aspects of quality Residential Care and Financial Services within Marist while promoting Catholic Homes' model of 'Care with Purpose'.  

The successful applicant will need to possess strong leadership skills, ensuring staff are working in line with Catholic Homes' values and model of care.

This role will be supported by an on-site Clinical Nurse and Allied Health team with additional support available from our organisational resources. Ongoing training and development is available to the successful applicant. 


The key responsibilities include:

  • Understanding of Montessori principles to deliver care services in line with our 'Care with Purpose' model
  • Achieving agreed occupancy performance targets for the facility
  • Ensuring delivery of care services is in line with Catholic Homes' Vision and Statement of Identity
  • Providing fair and equitable leadership to all staff including clinical, allied, care and ancillary
  • Ehancing service income by actively managing the ACFI, rosters and admissions and discharges in line with budget and financial guidelines
  • Complying with relevant legislation, policies and procedures
  • Achieving agreed KPI's

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Previous experience as a Facility Manager in the Aged Care/ Health Care industry
  • Knowledge of ACFI
  • The ability to maintain a financial focus while inspiring staff without compromising services
  • Bachelor's Degree in Science (Nursing) (desirable but not essential)
  • Nursing background with a current APHRA registration (desirable but not essential) 
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • The ability to work under pressure
  • Exceptional communication skills both written and verbal
  • An in depth knowledge of Mental Illness (desirable)


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