Chief Executive Officer
- Drive better health outcomes in north coast NSW
- Build partnerships that leverage collective impact
- Commission for health equity using evidence and innovation
The Board of the Healthy North Coast (HNC) seek to appoint a dynamic and collaborative individual to become its next CEO to lead and deliver the North Coast Primary Health Network (NCPHN) program. The CEO will oversee improvement in health outcomes for consumers across the North Coast communities of NSW utilising innovative commissioning services with key partners.
The CEO will lead a dedicated team to adapt and respond to the changing regional landscape in the provision of health care. Working with the Board, the CEO will lead the organisation so that it works collaboratively with the sector to generate opportunities for consumers to receive the right care in the right place at the right time, now and in the future. The CEO will build on the current momentum within the HNC catchment to deliver results through vision and innovation. A critical element of the role will be the building and fostering of strong, trusted relationships with partners across the community.
The ideal candidate will have a strong working knowledge of the health system, having worked in health or the broader human services sector. As a contemporary leader who is experienced in strategic planning and high level operational management, the appointee will have a proven record of driving innovation and growth of services through co-design. A systems thinker with high emotional intelligence, the new CEO will be visionary and collaborative, with the ability to build highly effective working relationships with staff, Board and a range of external stakeholders.
This position could be based in HNC offices in Ballina, Tweed Heads, Coffs Harbour or Port Macquarie. Flexible working arrangements will be considered.
Healthy North Coast (HNC) through the North Coast PHN program (NCPHN) works with primary health care and the broader health sector to build a person-centred health system in which each member of the North Coast community, especially those with the greatest need, receives care that is integrated, high quality and easy to access.
Our commitment to closing the gap and reducing health inequity for Aboriginal people and communities is paramount to each of our objectives and outcomes.
HNC commissions health services that are specifically designed to address local gaps identified through our regular needs assessments. Through our strong commissioning process, we partner with local organisations to ensure that North Coast communities have quality care when and where they need it.
Our current portfolio of commissioned services address key priority areas including Aboriginal health, Healthy Aging, Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol Treatment, Population Health, Digital Health and Health Workforce. Community and Clinician consultation directly informs our commissioning work.
NCPHNs catchment area stretches from Port Macquarie to the Tweed River and covers a population of over 500,000.
To apply – please click on ‘APPLY NOW’ and using reference HNCceo0922, address your cover letter and resume to Deborah Komesaroff or Sandra Kerr, of Fisher Leadership, or call 1300 347 437 for further information.