The Executive Director, Operations (Chief Operating Officer), Peninsula Health provides experienced senior executive health leadership within a complex health system. Peninsula Health is a major public health service that serves the metropolitan and rural areas on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula. With a number of hospitals (Frankston Hospital and Rosebud Hospital) and a multitude of community, rehabilitation, mental health and aged services, Peninsula Health provides end-to-end healthcare services to a population of over 300,000 people (which can increase by around 100,000 in peak tourism seasons), with a budget of $430m and 6000FTE.
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, Peninsula Health, you will be responsible for leading and managing all Acute, Community, Rehabilitation, Aged, Pain and Palliative Care services across Peninsula Health sites. A critical role to the successful delivery of safe, connected, effective and personal care, the Executive Director- Operations will be required to drive innovative, strategic growth for the organisation while ensuring operational integrity, robust financial management and exceptional delivery of care for patients and the community. You will provide capable leadership and management to strategic and business planning, policy development, business and clinical service strategies and diverse stakeholder and relationship management. Preferably, you will be an experienced health services Executive, with highly developed strategic and analytical skills. As a member of the Executive Leadership Team you take a system-wide approach to strategic health service planning and development. The Executive Director, Operations (COO) will be required to provide critical leadership to the development of new, redesigned services during a period of exceptional growth, including the redevelopment of Frankston Hospital.
To be a strong contender for this position, you will demonstrate experience with building people capability and knowledge, in a complex hospital or health service to drive performance and whole of system improvement. You will have proven experience in enhancing workplace culture, extensive executive management experience and a successful record of achievement in leading a large health organisation operating in a complex service delivery environment.
You thrive on the challenge of being in the arena and are respected for your strategic leadership in delivering patient-centred outcomes and world class services, whilst fostering innovation to manage in a fiscally challenging context. You create long term value in collaboration with the Chief Executive, the Board and the Executive Team and possess an enviable reputation for successful planning and management of human, financial and capital resources.A tertiary qualification in either a health or business-related discipline will be viewed favourably.
We invite qualified candidates to contact Rhodie Miller on +61 (0)422 816 557 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org for a confidential discussion.
Applications Close: 11/09/2019