Chief Strategy & Performance Officer - Fisher Leadership
Close Date: 29/04/2024
REF: MPNspo0324
Applications for this listing are closed

Chief Strategy & Performance Officer

Close Date: 29/04/2024
REF: MPNspo0324
  • Join a committed and capable Executive team
  • Redesign healthcare systems and models of care across the Murray PHN region
  • Strategic role in system, service and care co-design and implementation


The Position

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Strategy and Performance position oversees and guides Murray PHN’s strategic planning processes, ensuring alignment between performance and strategic objectives.

The position ensures that high-quality health needs assessments, data analysis, performance reporting, evaluation, and research evidence are developed and used in decision-making.

Additionally, the position ensures the strategic alignment of partnership and program activities by guiding the design, performance monitoring, and evaluation of commissioning, coordination, and capacity-building activities carried out through Murray PHN operations. This position maintains oversight to ensure timely and high-quality reporting of Murray PHN activities, meeting both funder and stakeholder expectations.

The role also ensures delivery of projects aimed at enhancing Murray PHN’s capability and impact, including improve access, quality, and equity in primary healthcare services through place-based approaches that address national, state, regional, and local priorities and needs.

The Chief Strategy and Performance is an executive leadership position that will assume acting CEO duties and responsibilities as necessary, consistently model company values, and demonstrate positive leadership behaviours that support stability for the Strategy and Performance domain and the Company as a whole.


The Organisation

Murray PHN is part of the national network of 31 Primary Health Networks across Australia. PHNs are not-for-profit organisations funded predominantly by the Australian Government to address identified national objectives and local priority areas, including First Nations health, aged care, alcohol and drugs, child health, chronic disease, digital health, general practice, health workforce, mental

health and population health. The core purpose is to strengthen primary health care and keep people well and out of hospital.


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Applications close: Monday 29th April 2024

To apply – please click on ‘APPLY ONLINE’ using reference MPNspo0324, addressing your cover letter and resume to Kate Wheeler, of Fisher Leadership, or call 1300 347 437 for further information.

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