Career opportunities

Two Vacancies available at Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service  

  • Executive Director Strategy, Performance and Governance
  • Chief Operating Officer

Executive Director, Strategy, Performance and Governance Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service

The Executive Director, Strategy, Performance and Governance is a new role which will drive strategy development and work across clinical and corporate portfolios to develop enabling strategies and integrated plans to support the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Services 2018-2021 Strategy. This will involve leading integrated strategy and planning driven from reliable and insightful analytics, supported by strategic risk and legal support to enable SCHHS achieve strategic and operational priorities. The dynamic new Executive Director, Strategy, Performance and Governance of SCHHS will bring outstanding leadership skills to the role at a critical point in the history of Sunshine Coast health services.

They will:

 • be an inspirational and motivational leader with outstanding interpersonal, communication and influencing skills

• be a master collaborator, able to bring key people and stakeholders with them in a strong culture of clinician led care delivery and patient centred care

• bring a proven track record of success in leading major change, delivering on strategy, and meeting Service Level Agreements while staying within budget

• develop and implement a vision for delivering exceptional patient care

Your application should be submitted by email to Hardygroup, Principal Consultant Pete Carter, email: pcarter@hardygroupintl.com by the closing date.

Remuneration $ 217,986-$235,654 pa  Classification HES2(H)

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Chief Operations Officer Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service

The Chief Operations Officer (COO) will provide strategic leadership and day to day delivery of operational excellence in clinical and clinical support services of the SCHHS, aligned with the strategic directions of the health service. The key accountabilities of the role are to deliver integrated models of care, optimise resource allocation and establish effective enablers of high reliability care. The COO will develop and lead organisational strategy to achieve the outcomes specified in the SCHHS Service Agreement, including those related to timely access to quality care, including for emergency services, specialist outpatients and elective surgery. The Chief Operations Officer (COO) of SCHHS will bring outstanding leadership skills to the role at a critical point in the history of Sunshine Coast health services.

They will:

 • be an inspirational and motivational leader with outstanding interpersonal, communication and influencing skills

 • be a master collaborator, able to bring key people and stakeholders with them in a strong culture of clinician led care delivery and patient centred care

 • bring a proven track record of success in leading major change, delivering on strategy, and meeting Service Level Agreements while staying within budget

 • develop and implement a vision for delivering exceptional patient care

Remuneration $240,299-$249,134pa Classification HES3L

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