In response to growing population demands, the ACT Government will split the current ACT Health Directorate into two organisations, effective from 1st October this year.
One organisation will be responsible for clinical operations focusing on the operational delivery of quality health services to the community. The other will be responsible for strategic policy and planning stewardship of the ACT’s health system, including health protection and promotion services.
Reporting to the Minister for Health and Wellbeing and Minister for Mental Health, you will be an experienced senior executive who demonstrates outstanding leadership and management with a substantial record of achievement gained in a large, complex and high-profile portfolio agency.
In this rewarding and high-profile role, you will have overall responsibility for the governance, leadership and management of a large, diverse and complex Directorate.
Working closely with the CEO of Canberra Hospital and Health Services, you will develop policies, strategies, systems and processes to support strong health and wellbeing outcomes for the ACT community. You will have accountability for health infrastructure and planning, quality and risk management frameworks, population health strategies and the development of new and innovative initiatives across the portfolio.
You will work collaboratively with other ACT Directors-General, develop strong and enduring relationships with a wide range of stakeholders and represent the ACT Government in a number of public settings and in cross-jurisdictional negotiations with the Commonwealth and NSW Governments.
To be successful in this role, you will also have a proven capacity to drive change, demonstrated ability to broker decisions through collaboration and consensus, and a personal style that engenders trust and respect.
For this position, you will need to have impressive policy development and strategic direction-setting skills and the ability to provide timely advice to Ministers on a range of portfolio-wide issues.
Before applying, please obtain selection documentation by emailing [email protected].
For further information, please contact Ian Hansen on 0408 306 769.
Applications close on 24 June 2018.