- Lead a strong values based organisation
- Create innovative alliances across the region
- Demonstrate outstanding leadership and promote continuous improvement
East Grampians Health Service seeks to appoint a highly talented and dynamic values based leader to become its next Chief Executive and lead the organisation through the development, operationalisation and implementation of its next strategic plan.
A key community position, it requires an individual who is committed to identifying and leveraging opportunities in a rural location.
Reporting to the Board, and guiding a strong and stable Executive team, the CE will be responsible for leading an effective workforce that delivers appropriate health care within the parameters of government policy, financial responsibility and demographic need. The CE will build on a culture of continuous improvement and innovation and will drive new initiatives that enhance the Health Service’s reputation as a provider of excellent service and an employer of choice.
Equipped with senior leadership experience gained in a healthcare setting, the successful candidate will demonstrate exceptional stakeholder engagement with strategic, analytical and commercial skills in management and service delivery. Ideally knowledgeable about Public Health sector funding and of clinical governance and risk, the appointee will be recognised as being a passionate advocate for people and education. This role will suit someone who understands the complexities of living in a rural community and who seeks to make a real commitment to the community in which they live and work.
East Grampians Health Service is a rural health service located in Ararat and Willaura in Western Victoria, two hours from Melbourne. EGHS delivers an extensive range of acute, residential, home and community based services and strives to improve the health outcomes of its community.
With an operating budget of $50M, EGHS employs over 500 staff who support 28 acute beds, 81 aged care beds and provide community services to local bush nursing centres and corrections facilities. EGHS, currently undergoing infrastructure upgrades, has a reputation for innovation, excellence, sustainability and growth through regional leadership and commitment to creating opportunities to improve health outcomes.
To apply – using reference EGHceo0921, address your cover letter and resume to Deborah Komesaroff of Fisher Leadership, or call +61 1300 347 437 for further information.