Chief Executive Officer
- Exceptional executive role
- Advance a dynamic and impactful organisation
- Positively impact health and wellbeing in a vibrant community
North Richmond Community Health seeks to appoint an exceptionally talented CEO to lead the delivery of best-practice, high quality integrated health services that strengthen the capacity of individuals and communities across the neighbourhood of Richmond and the City of Yarra more broadly.
Reporting to a highly skilled and experienced Board, the CEO will be responsible for partnering with a range of stakeholders to drive strategic directions, ensuring integrated operations and services and the delivery of outstanding client-centred care. The CEO will also provide vision and leadership in support of an inclusive culture where employees are highly engaged.
The successful candidate will be a contemporary health sector leader who has a finely tuned understanding of, and approach to, the social determinants of health, and who ideally possesses a background in best practice programs around alcohol and other drugs, as well as the health needs of CALD communities including refugees. Equipped with a strong understanding of governance and experience in working to a Board, the appointee will be both strategically and operationally skilled, outcome focussed and able to demonstrate a track record of embedding cultures that are positive, cohesive and high performing. Possessing well developed political acumen, the CEO will be capable of influencing and negotiating with a range of stakeholders and build productive relationships.
Since 1974, North Richmond Community Health (NRCH) has provided health and community services to the culturally diverse residents of Richmond and the City of Yarra more broadly, and has worked in partnership with its local community to promote and improve equity, health and wellbeing.
A social determinants model of health underpins much of the organisation’s approach to people with, or at risk of, poor health outcomes. Primary care, early intervention and helping people with chronic and complex conditions are core to NRCH’s role.
For more information visit: www.nrch.com.au
To apply, please click on ‘Apply now’ using reference NRIceo0520 and addressing your cover letter and resume to Deborah Komesaroff or Liz Jones, or call +61 1300 347 437 for further information.