Chief Executive Officer
- Collaborate to build understanding
- Empower the Victorian community through education
- Support health professionals to enhance end of life care
Palliative Care Victoria (PCV) is seeking to appoint an outstanding Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to provide visionary leadership and extend the understanding of palliative and end of life care across the Victorian community.
Reporting to the Board, the CEO will lead the evolution and implementation of the strategic plan and identify opportunities to realise the mission and objectives of PCV.
Maintaining a strong public profile, the CEO will play a vital role engaging with stakeholders and members across the sector, as well as with community and government.
You will be an experienced and influential leader skilled in advocacy, public policy and driving key initiatives. A demonstrated track record of leading a high-performing team, coupled with excellent communication skills and the ability to initiate high-level public engagement to shape thinking in person centred services will be essential. With a commitment to supporting and addressing healthcare needs, you will have demonstrated success shaping a community focused organisation and be equipped with well-developed emotional, conceptual and business acumen. Tertiary qualifications preferred.
Palliative Care Victoria is the peak body for palliative care and end of life care. Established in 1981, Palliative Care Victoria is a founding and current member of Palliative Care Australia.
Palliative Care Victoria aims to help improve the quality of life for someone living with a life limiting illness.
Palliative care focuses on quality of life, it helps patients to live as well as possible and, when the time comes, to die in comfort.
For more information visit: Palliative Care Victoria
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To apply: please click on ‘Apply now’ using reference PCVceo0120, addressing your cover letter and resume to Kate Wheeler, of Fisher Leadership, or call +61 1300 347 437 for further information.