Director – Digital Transformation
- Lead digital strategy and governance
- Enact change to achieve outcomes
- New position to support business transformation
Uniting Age Well has grown significantly over the last five years, doubling its revenue during this period and holding aspirations to double again in size in the next three to five years. To support the ongoing business transformation model UA has identified the opportunity to create a new leadership position, Director – Digital Transformation.
Reporting to the Deputy CEO, the Director will develop and implement a Digital Strategy and governance framework to achieve strategic and operational goals that maximises return on investment in ICT. With a remit to provide high level leadership and advice on policies and planning, strategic innovation and services related to ICT, the Director will work closely with the IT department and outsourced services to set KPI’s and work towards unifying the IT systems. The Director will identify areas requiring development and enact change while translating technology into meaningful terms, making IT relatable to everyone across the company.
The ideal candidate will be a senior IT leader, ideally with experience in a health sector environment. With excellent stakeholder management and communication skills, the appointee will have the ability to understand and navigate competing and sometimes conflicting priorities to deliver organisational impact. Equipped with extensive experience in managing external arrangements including service level agreements, the successful candidate will demonstrate strong experience working with outsourced models and have a well-developed understanding of best practice processes and technologies. The appointee will display a highly collaborative approach and the preparedness to take ownership of this newly created position which will be pivotal in determining UA’s future success.
As an organisation of the Uniting Church in Australia, Uniting AgeWell (UA) has a long history of providing residential and home care services for older Australians in Victoria and Tasmania. With approximately 3,500 employees and supporting over 10,000 people per annum, UA is one of Australia’s largest and most respected aged care providers, with 20 Residential Aged Care Services (RACS) serving 1,500 individuals per annum, 550 independent living units and a substantial portfolio of home and centre based home care services.
To apply – Submit your cover letter and resume to Liz Jones or Sandra Kerr quoting Fisher Leadership Reference UAWddt1021 or call 1300 347 437 for further information.