In this story:
- John Kelly steps down from ACSA
- Ilsa Hampton appointed executive officer of PASCOP
- Paul Johnson appointed COO at BallyCara
John Kelly steps down from ACSA
Aged and Community Services Australia (ACSA) has announced that John Kelly is stepping down as CEO as the peak body moves to become a single national entity.
ACSA said it was now recruiting a new leader to oversee the new management structure, which would bring together 70 staff nationally.
Adjunct Professor Kelly has been CEO since March 2012.
In a statement on Friday the organisation said it was in the final stages of transition from a federation model to a single national entity. The new company is registered with ASIC, while the SA/NT and WA state associations had voted to move into the national body, and NSW/ACT and Tasmania were due to vote soon.
“On behalf of all of the members of ACSA across the Federation, the board thanks John for his leadership and commitment to achieving a single national entity, in addition to raising the profile of ACSA nationally as a member organisation within the sector, and coordinating input into the aged care reform agenda,” said ACSA president Paul Sadler.
ACSA confirmed that Adjunct Professor Kelly would remain as CEO during the recruitment for his replacement.
Ilsa Hampton appointed executive officer of PASCOP
Pastoral & Spiritual Care of Older People (PASCOP) has appointed Ilsa Hampton as its new executive officer.
Ms Hampton has been working as pastoral care manager at Baptcare Vic/Tas since 2008 where she leads a team of 23 Chaplains working across aged care and community services, and 50 trained pastoral care volunteers visiting clients and residents in their homes.
“I am delighted to being joining PASCOP on its mission to ensure all older people in Australia have access to high quality pastoral and spiritual care,” she said.
Ms Hampton is a past member of the board of PASCOP. She is also an accredited pastoral supervisor and a member of the expert panel for the National Guidelines for Spiritual Care in Aged Care.
Paul Johnson appointed COO at BallyCara
The Hibernian Friendly Society Ltd has announced the appointment of Paul Johnson as chief operating officer for the BallyCara organisation.
BallyCare CEO Marcus Riley said that Mr Johnson had made an important contribution in recent years to developing the organisation’s strategic agenda and the new appointment would enable optimal utilisation of his significant knowledge, extensive skills and vast industry experience.
Mr Johnson’s experience includes government, industry association and provider roles as well as continuing to contribute to the industry through advisory positions and board memberships in the broader health fields.
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