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Executive Director Quality and Clinical Innovation » Australia - Job Description Report directly to the Chief Executive Brilliant opportunity to provide strategic leadership and direction to Ambulance Victoria's Quality and Clinical Innovation 3-year fixed-term hybrid position At Ambulance Victoria (AV) we are proud to share our commitment to save and improve lives by providing outstanding care for our patients. It is our promise to every patient and sits at the heart of everything we do. No matter what role you play in delivering our critical services to the Victorian public, you join an organisation dedicated to bringing a vision of ‘Outstanding emergency health care every time' to life. About the position Ambulance Victoria is currently seeking a suitably experienced senior leader in the position of Executive Director Quality and Clinical Innovation. A key member of the Executive and working closely with the Chief Executive, this position will provide a high level of strategic leadership and direction to AV's Quality and Clinical Innovation to define the strategic direction of the division and deliver innovation to provide the best possible level of care for every patient, every time. With an ability to effectively lead the Quality and Clinical Innovation division, drive cultural transformation and foster teamwork and connection, this position will be critical to – Contributing, as a member of the Executive, to the development and implementation of AV's strategic plan and objectives. Driving the integration of innovation into all practices across the organisation and to embed clinical innovation, improvement, and research translation to enhance clinical outcomes and experience for patients. Leading and directing AV's Clinical Governance framework, Best Care, to ensure it is delivered and supported across the organisation enabling various certifications and accreditations. Collaborating at a senior level, to develop and implement an integrated clinical governance system aimed at enhancing patient care for the delivery of measurable improvements in clinical outcomes and patient experiences. Positioning AV in the health and emergency service systems as experts in patient-focussed emergency/pre-hospital healthcare to the Victorian community. Providing open and effective leadership to build a high-performance, collaborative culture that fosters continuous improvement and professional development. Leading and contributing to a safe, lawful, and respectful workplace culture through the modelling of ethical and positive behaviours consistent with the AV values. About you Suited to highly motivated and strategic senior leader, the successful applicant will possess – Tertiary or post graduate qualifications in a relevant healthcare discipline to understand and perform technical and/or clinical aspects of the role. Advanced understanding of clinical quality and patient safety principles together with a technical understanding of compliance and regulatory frameworks relevant to AV at a senior level, including proven experience in developing and maintaining quality systems and clinical governance frameworks. Proven experience and capacity to contribute to the innovative delivery of high-quality patient outcomes, education, and training within a clinical environment. Experience in driving and implementing strategic cultural, organisational, and transformational change and a commitment to build a responsive, future focused and contemporary culture at a senior level. A sound understanding of the principles and practices for delivery of patient safety and consumer experience programs, with experience applying a patient-centred lens to the design and delivery of services and workforce learning and development. A high level of communication with an ability to build and maintain relationships and influence, negotiate, and generate buy-in with a range of stakeholders, both internal and external. A coaching, mentoring and leadership approach to motivate, encourage, and support teams across the employee lifecycle. This position will be a 3-year fixed-term position. Hybrid working options are available however it is essential that the successful applicant maintains a presence at our Doncaster headquarters and across the state. Working at AV As a valued member of AV, you will enjoy a professional working environment that recognises the importance of work/life balance. Although there will be a requirement to maintain a presence at Headquarters, flexible working arrangements are available and will be discussed with the successful applicant. We offer salary packaging options, generous personal leave entitlements, and other benefits including free on-site parking. Successful applicants will need to have received the healthcare mandated Influenza and COVID-19 vaccinations and be willing to complete executive pre-employment screening including Misconduct and Police Checks in line with Executive Probity requirements. By applying for this position with Ambulance Victoria, you agree to undertake an assessment of any Secondary Employment or outside interests, in line with AV's Secondary Employment procedure. This is required to ensure there is no perceived or actual conflict of interest for AV should you be successful and commence in the position. How to apply For any queries, please contact Danielle Bourke, Lead, Recruitment and Selection via phone - 0417 374 824 or email – Danielle.bourkeambulance.vic.gov.au Your application will form an integral part of the selection process and should be of a high quality including: A resume A covering letter A statement (maximum one page) advising on - Your interest in the position How your skills and experience to date would set you up for success in this position What you anticipate your impact will be in the position. Please note - there is no requirement to address the key selection criteria. We request that your application for the Executive Director Quality and Clinical Innovation is forwarded by 11.59pm AEDT Sunday 16 June 2024 by clicking on ‘apply online'. At all levels of our organisation, a diverse and inclusive workforce allows us to deliver Best Care to the Victorian community, and helps create a healthier, more productive workplace for our people. We welcome applications from people of all ages, genders, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, religious beliefs, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with a disability and people who are diverse in gender and sexuality. • Sun, 26 MayAmbulance Victoria
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Executive Director Medical Services (Princess Alexandra Hospital) » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Metro South Health is Australia's first digital health service and one of the largest in Queensland, with an estimated residential population of approximately one million people or 23 per cent of Queensland's population. This is your opportunity to join the dedicated team of professionals at Metro South Health and be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology, excellence in health care, teaching, research and empowering our people to be the best in serving our community. About the Role Foster a culture of interprofessional collaboration and leadership through understanding the role and the roles of others in the interprofessional team leveraging this knowledge to establish and meet client goals and inform service direction. Single point accountability for the services within the medical services portfolio. Management of direct report staff including Deputy Executive Director of Medical Services; Director, Medical Education Unit, Manager, Patient Safety & Quality Unit, Director, Queensland Tissue Bank and Statewide Medical Director, Organ and Tissue Donation Service (DonateLife). Provide strategic leadership and advice to the Executive Director PAH on medical workforce matters, contributing to decision making in the achievement of the PAH Operational Plan and MSHHS strategic plan. Provide authoritative, critical and strategic advice to the Executive Director PAH regarding strategies for continuous improvement in the delivery of clinical systems. Provide executive level medical support in the strategic oversight and leadership of the PAH clinical governance function, including quality, credentialing, accreditation, Medico-Legal, incident management and patient safety programs. Deliver high-level expert advice to the Executive Director PAH and the ELT on all medical workforce matters, professional development, professional competency, planning and strategy for the PAH designed to advance quality, safety, governance and risk in health service delivery. Work collaboratively with the PAH ELT to contribute to leading PAH business continuity, emergency and disaster management systems and processes to deliver organisational resilience and emergency/disaster preparedness related to clinical events. Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. Our ICARE² values of Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Engagement and Excellence, shape our culture within Metro South Health. Our values guide our day-to-day decision making and are fundamental to what we care about as a health service, how we behave, how we interact with each other and provide care to the many patients who come through our doors every day. We offer rewarding career opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas across our health service and pride ourselves on providing a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance. As a Metro South employee, you will benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75%, access to salary packaging, flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro South here: www.metrosouth.health.qld.gov.au/join-our-team. Eligible health workers may qualify for a Workforce Attraction Incentive payment. To find out more and see if you are eligible visit: https://www.healthycareers.health.qld.gov.au/attraction-incentives This process may be used to appoint to same or similar vacancies for a period of up to 12 months after the closing date of the initial vacancy. A vacancy advertisement will lapse if no appointment is made within six months of the closing date of the vacancy. • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Executive Director » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Contract Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Executive Classification SES2(H) Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/569451/24 Closing date 17-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration up to 5 years Contact person Kerry Larkin Contact details Ph: 0404 095 421 Access the National Relay Service About the role and You As the Executive Director, Operations you will lead a team focussed on strengthening the innovation system through industry engagement, ecosystem development, and investment management. You will provide strategic leadership for the Advance Queensland program, establishing areas of priority and focussing on ensuring innovation's role in enhancing economic competitiveness and performance. Your role will analyse and monitor international and national economic and innovation trends to advise on appropriate actions to maximise the potential of Queensland's innovation system. As an Innovative leader, you will provide significant capability, insight and vision to identify opportunities for efficiency improvements in relation to operational policy with a view to reducing red tape, optimising return on government investment and ensuring a robust framework for reporting that is outcome focused and results oriented. You will promote best practices in program design, delivery, and evaluation for quality outcomes and evidence based, informed decision-making. Key to your success will be your proven ability to navigate and develop constructive and collaborative working relationships with a broad range of highly complex stakeholders across all levels of government and industry, representing the department in strengthening the innovation system and realising tangible outcomes for Queensland. As an agile and inspirational leader, you will drive workforce capability with a positive performance culture and inspire others by driving clarity, engagement, and a sense of purpose, fostering a workplace culture that supports and promotes the interests of First Nations people, actively engaging through our work to contribute to better outcomes for First Nations people. We are looking for a dynamic, avant-garde executive leader, who displays outstanding judgement, high-level integrity, strong agility to adapt to a constantly changing environment, a strong achievement orientation, and excellent communication and negotiation skills. You will assume responsibility for serving the government of the day and meeting the needs of the people and communities of Queensland. About The Department of Environment, Science and Innovation The Department of Environment, Science and Innovation (DESI) recognises the enormous value a clean environment, innovative society and economy, and a diverse and inclusive culture makes to Queenslanders' lives. As a diverse organisation, the department brings together environment, heritage protection, national parks, science and innovation to help achieve government objectives for a better Queensland. More information on the department's functions, focus and the type of organisation we are, can be found on our website. General inquiries to luminaryluminarypartners.com.au Confidential inquiries to Kerry Larkin, Senior Associate, Luminary, on 0404 095 421 or via email kerry.larkinluminarypartners.com.au Please let us know if you need any support or adjustments to help you to apply and participate in the selection process. Note: For priority consideration, please include your written assertion that you are of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent and/ or a person with disability in your cover letter. Applications will remain current for a period of 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure to download any attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 569451 24 - Role Description (Word, 160KB) • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Executive Director - Commercial, Procurement and Supply » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Contract Position type Full-time Occupational group Executive Classification HES2 Workplace Location Brisbane - South Job ad reference QLD/MS06569431 Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 3 years with 2-year optional extension Contact person Murray Brown Contact details 07 3564 0257 Access the National Relay Service We are Metro South Health We are the major public healthcare provider for Brisbane's south side, Logan, Redlands and the Scenic Rim. We operate five major hospitals and a range of community, specialty and state-wide healthcare services. We are renowned for teaching and research excellence. We are truly dedicated people who care about our community. We come to work to make a difference. We save lives, changes lives and make the world a better place. We overcome the many challenges that come our way by going above and beyond and achieve the best possible outcomes by working together. We are bold, innovative, collaborative, inspiring. We recognise our strength comes from the diversity of our people and so we encourage people of all genders, ethnicities, ages, abilities, languages, sexual orientation and family responsibilities to apply. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace for our people and our community. We are part of and proud of the community we serve. We are better together. Join us at Metro South Health and be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology, excellence in health care, teaching, research and empowering our people to be the best in serving our community. About the Role Reporting to the Health Service Chief Finance Officer, the Executive Director Commercial, Procurement & Supply Chain ensures Metro South Health's strategic and operation objectives are enabled through the delivery of efficient and optimal strategic Procurement and Supply Chain practices. The role will provide business wide leadership and take responsibility for Procurement, Supply Chain, Purchasing, Commercial and Contract Management to optimize MSHHS's approximate $800m non-labour expenditure. Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. Our values of Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Engagement and Excellence, shape our culture within Metro South Health. Our values guide our day-to-day decision making and are fundamental to what we care about as a health service, how we behave, how we interact with each other and provide care to the many patients who come through our doors every day. We offer rewarding career opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas across our health service and pride ourselves on providing a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance. As a Metro South employee, you will benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75%, access to salary packaging, flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro South here: www.metrosouth.health.qld.gov.au/join-our-team. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Applicants are encouraged to • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Executive Assistant to the Executive Regional Director North » Manoora, Cairns - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO4 Workplace Location Cairns region Job ad reference QLD/569289/24 Closing date 24-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration ASAP to 27 June 2025 with possible extension Contact person Darren Cleland Contact details Phone: 0417 007 571 Access the National Relay Service Your strengths We're looking for the best-suited applicant for the role. We focus on your strengths by assessing a combination of your competencies, knowledge-based skills and behaviours. For this role we are looking for strengths in: Managing competing priorities Maintaining effective working relationships Proactive and driven Analysis and problem solving Ability to adapt to change Teamwork and collaboration Your responsibilities Executive support to the Executive Regional Director including; diary management organising meetings, workshops, and other events booking travel arrangements responding to and directing telephone enquiries processing financial and non-financial requests, including travel expense claims and corporate card reconciliations ensuring compliance with departmental policy and procedures Communicate and liaise with various levels of management, the general public and senior executives from public and private organisations Develop, analyse and implement effective administrative systems and procedures Assist the Executive Services Manager to plan, coordinate and provide confidential executive services to support the operations of the Executive Regional Director Collaborate with the Executive Service Manager and Business Support team to, analyse, report and resolve queries for financial, HR and correspondence relating to the ERD office Your team We want you to be a part of a team that is making a difference by leading industry development and regional programs, aligned to the Departments' strategic plan. This includes initiatives that develop and promote the international competitiveness and capability of Queensland's defence, aerospace, space, superyachts, hydrogen, biofutures, biomedical, mining equipment, technology and services, and resource recovery industries. You will be learning new stuff every day The State Development regional teams across Queensland coordinate the delivery of initiatives such as departmental programs and workshops, to link industry and regional business and grow regional supply chains and productivity. The regional teams engage with regional stakeholders and works with regional economic development partners to support and advocate for the strategic delivery of regional economic priorities. They lead place-based developments and economic and industry strategies. They are also the Local Economic Opportunities Network (LEO) representatives, and they support state and local governments in responses to adverse events. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/569289/24 Closing Date: Monday, 24 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 569289 24 Role Description (Word, 264KB) • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government

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Executive Director, Strategic Delivery » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Standing at the forefront of digital innovation for all Queenslanders, the Queensland Government Customer and Digital Group (QGCDG) delivers modern digitally enabled services and develops strategies for the future of Queensland's digital and customer landscape. Led by the Chief Customer and Digital Officer, QGCDG's 1,800 staff work across six key streams to deliver on the key priorities of digital economy, digital customer, digital government, cyber security, data and artificial intelligence, and business services. Committed to its people, QGCDG empowers its team by providing a unique range of opportunities for growth and experience in a creative and inclusive environment that supports professional career development and training, flexible working options, provides fantastic leave provisions, and enables all leaders and team members to have a visible impact on their community. As part of QGCDG's extended leadership team and reporting to the General Manager - Digital Economy, the Executive Director, Strategic Delivery will have a critical impact on how all Queenslanders, particularly those in rural and regional communities, participate in a thriving digital future. To be successful in this role, you will have the ability to lead a high performing team of professionals and a significant budget to build a strong First Nations digital economy, improve Queensland's digital connectivity through government and industry partnerships, improve digital inclusion for digitally disadvantaged cohorts, increase digital adoption and build digital skill and capability development across government, business, and industry in both metropolitan and regional areas. This will require strong program and/or portfolio management experience with strategic vision and thought leadership skills, the ability to develop and motivate a high performing team, the financial acumen to deliver projects to budget, and outstanding stakeholder and partnership skills that will enable you to interact with diverse government, industry, membership and community groups and navigate complex political environments. This is a fantastic opportunity for a self-starter with a 'can do' attitude who thrives on developing and delivering a diverse range of strategic programs and projects in a changing digital landscape. Applications will remain current for a period of 12 months. • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Executive Director, Digital Engineering » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Standing at the forefront of digital innovation for all Queenslanders, the Queensland Government Customer and Digital Group (QGCDG) delivers modern digitally enabled services and develops strategies for the future of Queensland's digital and customer landscape. Led by the Chief Customer and Digital Officer, QGCDG's 1,800 staff work across six key streams to deliver on the key priorities of digital economy, digital customer, digital government, cyber security, data and artificial intelligence, and business services. Committed to its people, QGCDG empowers its team by providing a unique range of opportunities for growth and experience in a creative and inclusive environment that supports professional career development and training, flexible working options, provides fantastic leave provisions, and enables all leaders and team members to have a visible impact on their community. Within QGCDG is the Digital Customer (Smart Service Queensland) team with its vision of 'better customer experiences for Queenslanders'. As part of Digital Customer (Smart Service Queensland) senior leadership team, the Executive Director, Digital Engineering leads a team that designs, builds and operates critical customer facing digital products, platform, seamless and user-centric digital services on behalf of the Queensland Government. To be successful in this role, you will have the ability to assume accountability for the Queensland Government's digital presence and touchpoints with citizens, which includes online authenticated services through the 'qld.gov.au' domain and voice, chat, and mobile platforms. This will involve leading and developing a team of specialist platform developers. You will also manage core systems that support digital service delivery through partnerships with internal government platform teams, partner agencies across government and external service providers, and plan for future workforce and service delivery needs. This will require a commercial mindset combined with a technical delivery background, ideally in DevOps. Demonstrated expertise in building out a digital engineering team or function will be highly regarded, as will proven leadership experience and a proficiency in project and design management methodologies. Highly developed stakeholder engagement skills and the ability to build strong relationships, influence and work alongside internal stakeholders is critical, as is the ability to navigate complex environments. This is a fantastic opportunity for a collaborative customer focused leader who has a talent of translating the technical into reality and bringing teams and individuals with various levels of digital experience and maturity along on the journey. Applications will remain current for a period of 12 months. • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Executive Director, Business Services » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Standing at the forefront of digital innovation for all Queenslanders, the Queensland Government Customer and Digital Group (QGCDG) delivers modern digitally enabled services and develops strategies for the future of Queensland's digital and customer landscape. Led by the Chief Customer and Digital Officer, QGCDG's 1,800 staff work across six key streams to deliver on the key priorities of digital economy, digital customer, digital government, cyber security, data and artificial intelligence, and business services. Committed to its people, QGCDG empowers its team by providing a unique range of opportunities for growth and experience in a creative and inclusive environment that supports professional career development and training, flexible working options, provides fantastic leave provisions, and enables all leaders and team members to have a visible impact on their community. As part of QGCDG's senior leadership team and reporting to the Chief Customer and Digital Officer, the Executive Director, Business Services will lead the corporate services function and also work on designing commercialisation strategies and pricing models to enhance QGCDG's internal fee-for-service model, which spans all of Queensland Government. To be successful in this role, you will have the ability to lead the finance, human resources, and digital governance team to support the executive leadership group with strategic workforce and resource planning, annual business planning, and budget development, and oversee IT governance and compliance processes and frameworks to manage risk. This will all be underpinned by accurate and timely reporting to key QGCDG stakeholders. This will require demonstrated experience leading a corporate services function or an advisor providing best practice, experience developing strategies and pricing models to foster commercial relationships or the skills and attributes needed to achieve this, strong financial acumen and attention to detail, proven people management and development skills, knowledge of reporting tools such as PowerBI, highly developed stakeholder engagement and interpersonal abilities, strong written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to navigate complex environments. This is a fantastic opportunity for a motivated self-starter with strong commercial acumen who wants to utilise public resources as effectively and efficiently as possible for the benefit of all stakeholders. Applications will remain current for a period of 12 months. • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Executive Director, Strategic Policy » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Standing at the forefront of digital innovation for all Queenslanders, the Queensland Government Customer and Digital Group (QGCDG) delivers modern digitally enabled services and develops strategies for the future of Queensland's digital and customer landscape. Led by the Chief Customer and Digital Officer, QGCDG's 1,800 staff work across six key streams to deliver on the key priorities of digital economy, digital customer, digital government, cyber security, data and artificial intelligence, and business services. Committed to its people, QGCDG empowers its team by providing a unique range of opportunities for growth and experience in a creative and inclusive environment that supports professional career development and training, flexible working options, provides fantastic leave provisions, and enables all leaders and team members to have a visible impact on their community. As part of QGCDG's extended leadership team and reporting to the General Manager - Digital Economy, the Executive Director, Strategic Policy will be at the forefront of shaping digital policy that drives impactful statewide change and will form a distinct point of view on the action Queensland should take in forging its digital path. To be successful in this role, you will have the ability to lead the strategic policy team, work with central agencies to craft and socialise policy, understand the cabinet process and legislative vehicles to bring policy to life, collaborate with different subject matter experts across QGCDG to input into policy development, and engage and consult with community and industry on the relevance and impact of policy. Must have awareness / exposure to key digital policy areas such as AI, inclusion, cyber security, data, connectivity. Must also have a grasp of the major secular developments and eye to global policy trends. This will require strategic policy development experience most likely gained within government, government owned corporations, consulting and/or advisory organisations combined with the ability to understand the relevant legal and regulatory frameworks for government operations and digital technologies. Your advanced stakeholder engagement skills will enable you to design effective policy in consultation with diverse industry and other stakeholder groups, and will help you navigate complex environments. You will also have the ability to lead, inspire and motivate teams, drive change and foster innovation, and uphold high ethical standards. This is a fantastic opportunity for a thought leader who is consuming, analysing, and thinking about current and emerging digital trends and how they can improve society to make a real difference. Applications will remain current for a period of 12 months. • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Global Public Sector Executive Director of Mission Success, ANZ » The Rocks, Sydney - Company Description At ServiceNow, our technology makes the world work for everyone, and our people make it possible. We move fast because the world can't wait, and we innovate in ways no one else can for our customers and communities. By joining ServiceNow, you are part of an ambitious team of change makers who have a restless curiosity and a drive for ingenuity. We know that your best work happens when you live your best life and share your unique talents, so we do everything we can to make that possible. We dream big together, supporting each other to make our individual and collective dreams come true. The future is ours, and it starts with you. With more than 7,700 customers, we serve approximately 85% of the Fortune 500, and we're proud to be one of FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For and World's Most Admired Companies. Learn more on Life at Now blog and hear from our employees about their experiences working at ServiceNow. Unsure if you meet all the qualifications of a but are deeply excited about the role? We still encourage you to apply At ServiceNow, we are committed to creating an inclusive environment where all voices are heard, valued, and respected. We welcome all candidates, including individuals from non-traditional, varied backgrounds, that might not come from a typical path connected to this role. We believe skills and experience are transferrable, and the desire to dream big makes for great candidates. Job Description ServiceNow Global Public Sector (GPS) is expanding our leadership team of highly experienced and driven individuals who are passionate about transforming experiences for our clients and partners with ServiceNow's powerful digital workflow platform. Join a team that re-shapes public service, partnering with leading public institutions and the most inspiring global organizations in the world. We are always evolving. We are passionate about public service, our product, and we live for our customers. We have high expectations, and a career with ServiceNow GPS means challenging yourself to always be better. We are looking for a Mission Success Executive for Australia, New Zealand and Higher Education markets, on an empowering new team in our Global Public Sector organization. You will drive growth strategies, understanding requirements, setting priorities, supporting sales teams and driving new pipeline opportunities to deliver powerful new solutions for our critical clients in government and higher education. You will serve in a dynamic role for GPS, overseeing our executive relationship management for assigned accounts, engagement with our partner network, and lead virtual teams in supporting our most esteemed clients. What you get to do in this role: Serve as our Global Public Sector Mission Success lead to support engagements with senior government executives, higher education leaders and elite partners, from Sydney and Canberra to Wellington and everywhere our Public Sector leaders serve, both delivering a world of insights to ensure their mission success while elevating their best practices to benefit the world. Set and drive the strategic market priorities, resources and investment of ServiceNow GPS internally as our specialized channel between diverse cross-functional organizations including Sales, Legal, Compliance, Marketing, Product, Solution Consulting, Ventures, Strategy and Services. Develop and execute data-driven measurement and reporting strategies that empower dedicated local ServiceNow sales teams to exponentially grow their impact for clients and partners, both enhancing our performance on existing engagements and identifying new opportunities to deliver ServiceNow solutions for newer, greater challenges. Build a data-driven, multi-year roadmap for orchestrating the full capacity of ServiceNow solutions and expertise for the mission success of our clients and partners. Enable the ServiceNow GPS Mission Solutions team with priorities and insights to construct bold new solutions to meet emerging challenges of our clients and partners. Partner with and support local Public Sector sales teams in identifying and communicating the unique requirements, trends and needs of our Public Sector clients and partners for Australia and New Zealand. Achieve growth goals and targets set to ensure the measurable success of our clients and partners and the impact of our internal teams. Combine effective and efficient business acumen with five-star executive client and relationship management to achieve greater mission success, from analyzing business performance to increase our impact, to representing that impact on the world stage through global alliances and networks. Qualifications To be successful in this role you have: 8 years proven track record of cross-functional leadership experience across core functions of a high-growth Public Sector business, including but not limited to Client Management, IT Service Management, Partnerships and Alliances, Product and Sales Experience serving in leadership roles with government or higher education institutions Experience leading programs designed for elevating customer experiences in Public Sector technology Understanding of the potential and impact of emerging technologies and solutions in the public sector, including Artificial Intelligence, Generative AI, Predictive Analysis, Accessibility and User-Centered Design Standards. Proven experience achieving performance targets, including but not limited to growth and impact. Ability to understand and lead understanding of the broad, macro-level business IT needs, and unique Government policy requirements, of the public sector markets Ability to operate both "hungry and humble" in a dynamic environment within varying team functions ranging from advising and collaborating one day, to leading the next, ensuring accountability to best elevate our internal teams and empower our clients and partners Experience engaging successfully with all levels of organizations both internal and external, from field teams delivering at the front lines of service, to senior leaders and elected officials Experience in client management, and aligning account strategies to high growth opportunities 2 years of experience as a Global Client Director or equivalent role with validated multi-million-dollar sales solutions experience and Executive level relationship management Experience leading virtual or matrixed teams Ability to travel up to 40% of the time Additional Information ServiceNow is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin or nationality, ancestry, age, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, veteran status or any other category protected by law. At ServiceNow, we lead with flexibility and trust in our distributed world of work. Click here to learn about our work personas: flexible, remote and required-in-office. If you require a reasonable accommodation to complete any part of the application process, or are limited in the ability or unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, you may contact us at talent.acquisitionservicenow.com for assistance. For positions requiring access to technical data subject to export control regulations, including Export Administration Regulations (EAR), ServiceNow may have to obtain export licensing approval from the U.S. Government for certain individuals. All employment is contingent upon ServiceNow obtaining any export license or other approval that may be required by the U.S. Government. Please Note: Fraudulent job postings/job scams are increasingly common. Click here to learn what to watch out for and how to protect yourself. All genuine ServiceNow job postings can be found through the ServiceNow Careers site. From Fortune. 2022 Fortune Media IP Limited All rights reserved. Used under license. Fortune and Fortune Media IP Limited are not affiliated with, and do not endorse products or services of, ServiceNow. • Fri, 07 JunServiceNow
Regional Executive Director Top End » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - Provide strategic and operational leadership to ensure all health care service delivery in the Top End region of the NT Regional Health Service meets performance and fiscal outcomes and delivers quality health care to Territorians. An Executive contract of up to 4 years may be offered. • Fri, 07 JunNorthern Territory Government
Chief Executive Officer (Director) - South West Development Commission » Western Australia - Chief Executive Officer (titled Director) provides inspiring and empowering leadership to the Commission, creates...: Job related enquiries: We encourage you to contact Nick Verkerk, General Manager and Executive Director, Beilby Downing Teal... • Thu, 06 Jun
Assistant Director, Pay Equity and Awards » Melbourne, VIC - to Commission Members and clients. Other duties as directed by the Director, Pay Equity and Awards and/or the Executive Director... The Assistant Director, Pay Equity and Awards assists in managing a team responsible for providing research, analysis... • Thu, 06 JunFair Work Commission
Executive Director - NSW » Sydney, NSW - . The Executive Director plays a key role developing our customer acquisition strategy of larger and more complex pre & post... farm gate customers. As Executive Director you will be considered an expert across agribusiness banking, credit, risk... • Thu, 06 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
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Executive Assistant to Cancer Clinical Program Director » Adelaide, SA - to 3/6/25 About the role The Executive Assistant exercises responsibility for the provision of a proactive... • Thu, 06 JunSA Health$75430 - 79070 per year
Executive Clinical Director Mental Health and Wellbeing » Box Hill, Whitehorse Area - Acting Executive Clinical Director Mental Health & Wellbeing Program Limited Term Full Time Based in Box Hill Excellent employee benefits including Salary Packaging Eastern Health Eastern Health is one of Melbourne’s largest public health services. We provide a range of emergency, surgical, medical and general healthcare services, including maternity, palliative care, mental health, drug and alcohol, residential care, community health and state-wide specialist services to people and communities that are diverse in culture, age, socio-economic status, population and healthcare needs. About the role Reporting to the Executive Director Mental Health and Clinical Support operationally, and operating in accordance with Eastern Health’s values, the role of the Acting Executive Clinical Director is to partner effectively with Program Director for the Mental Health Service to provide clear accountability and direction to optimise clinical outcomes and performance through the application of quality systems and evidence based practice. About you To be successful in this role you will possess: Medical Professional requirements Appointees must be legally qualified medical practitioners, registered or registrable with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) without conditions, undertakings or reprimands that could impact on their clinical practice; Fellowship of the relevant Australian specialist college; Relevant knowledge and experience in a relevant specialty; Meet Eastern Health requirements for appropriate credentialing and scope of practice in the relevant specialty Clinical Leadership requirements Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal High-level leadership, medical engagement and change management skills Experience managing multiple health professions and a commitment to excellence in the provision of health services Ability to develop and successfully implement creative solutions to complex systemic and organisational problems Strong record of experience within a large, complex healthcare organisation Clinical and management experience in acute or subacute services as well as multi-disciplinary models of care Expertise in healthcare financing and budgetary management Expertise in health industry workforce and industrial systems Experience in successfully working with health care professionals and executive staff at a senior organisational level Ability to lead high performing teams and individuals and address under-performance issues as they arise Current driver's licence Please refer to the attached position description for further details of the role. Vaccination against infectious disease is a mandatory requirement of this role. An offer of employment is conditional on you providing evidence that you are currently vaccinated against COVID-19 with booster & Influenza, prior to commencing employment . What we offer Eastern Health offers a variety of fantastic Employee Benefits, view the extensive range here Diverse and engaging career opportunities Friendly & supportive team Flexible working hours Salary packaging options Career progression in our teaching hospitals Next Steps If you believe you have the ability to make a difference in this rewarding industry, apply today Please note: All applications must be submitted online via E-Mercury All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Fit2Work Check, where preferred candidates will be required to complete a Criminal History Check at the expense of Eastern Health. You must have Australian work rights to apply for this position. Recruitment agency applications will not be accepted. Eastern Health is a child safe organisation, committed to promoting the wellbeing and cultural safety of Aboriginal children, children with disabilities and all children in their diversity. Eastern Health is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes and values all people. We recognise that diversity is essential in ensuring Eastern Health provides the best service to its consumers. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, those from the LGBTIQ community, people living with disability and those from a culturally and linguistically diverse background, are strongly encouraged to apply. Those seeking support in submitting an application are welcome to contact the hiring manager listed or feel free to contact the Talent Acquisition team . For additional resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants click here: Aboriginal Health | Eastern Health Values in Action: Respect for all | Safe always | Partnering in care | Learning and improving every day Please note applications will be screened upon receipt and advertising may close prior to the closing date. • Thu, 06 JunEastern Health
Executive Director, Financial Services » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - The Executive Director reports to the Chief Financial Officer and is responsible for leading a large team to deliver high quality financial services to the Department, in order to achieve the organisationu0027s financial goals and objectives, including funding, financial performance, policy and compliance, revenue and debt management, budgeting, and investment management. An Executive contract of up to 4 years may be offered. • Thu, 06 JunNorthern Territory Government
Executive Director Strategic Policy and Commissioning » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - Lead the provision of high-quality and evidence-based advice to inform strategic policy, reform, decision-making and commissioning across the Agency’s portfolios, and ensure the Agency is delivering on strategic government objectives and outcomes, including the four Priority Reforms under the National Agreement on Closing the Gap; support Territory and national initiatives through collaboration and strategic partnerships; and deliver outcomes through reform across the Agency’s portfolios. An Executive contract of up to 4 years may be offered. • Thu, 06 JunNorthern Territory Government
Executive Clinical Director Mental Health and Wellbeing » Box Hill, VIC - Position Title Executive Clinical Director Mental Health and Wellbeing Employment Type Temporary Full Time Location... Acting Executive Clinical Director Mental Health & Wellbeing Program Limited Term Full Time Based in Box Hill Excellent... • Wed, 05 JunEastern Health
Global Public Sector Executive Director of Mission Success, ANZ » Sydney, Sydney Region - At ServiceNow, our technology makes the world work for everyone, and our people make it possible. We move fast because the world can't wait, and we innovate in ways no one else can for our customers and communities. By joining ServiceNow, you are part of an ambitious team of change makers who have a restless curiosity and a drive for ingenuity. We know that your best work happens when you live your best life and share your unique talents, so we do everything we can to make that possible. We dream big together, supporting each other to make our individual and collective dreams come true. The future is ours, and it starts with you. With more than 7,700 customers, we serve approximately 85% of the Fortune 500®, and we're proud to be one of FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® and World's Most Admired Companies. Learn more on Life at Now blog (https://blogs.servicenow.com/category/life-at-now.html) and hear from our employees (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?listPLtPPHGXv_JpmhypERyQKm5zO2Wd65QinB) about their experiences working at ServiceNow. Unsure if you meet all the qualifications of a job description but are deeply excited about the role? We still encourage you to apply At ServiceNow, we are committed to creating an inclusive environment where all voices are heard, valued, and respected. We welcome all candidates, including individuals from non-traditional, varied backgrounds, that might not come from a typical path connected to this role. We believe skills and experience are transferrable, and the desire to dream big makes for great candidates. ServiceNow Global Public Sector (GPS) is expanding our leadership team of highly experienced and driven individuals who are passionate about transforming experiences for our clients and partners with ServiceNow's powerful digital workflow platform. Join a team that re-shapes public service, partnering with leading public institutions and the most inspiring global organizations in the world. We are always evolving. We are passionate about public service, our product, and we live for our customers. We have high expectations, and a career with ServiceNow GPS means challenging yourself to always be better. We are looking for a Mission Success Executive for Australia, New Zealand and Higher Education markets, on an empowering new team in our Global Public Sector organization. You will drive growth strategies, understanding requirements, setting priorities, supporting sales teams and driving new pipeline opportunities to deliver powerful new solutions for our critical clients in government and higher education. You will serve in a dynamic role for GPS, overseeing our executive relationship management for assigned accounts, engagement with our partner network, and lead virtual teams in supporting our most esteemed clients. What you get to do in this role: - Serve as our Global Public Sector Mission Success lead to support engagements with senior government executives, higher education leaders and elite partners, from Sydney and Canberra to Wellington and everywhere our Public Sector leaders serve, both delivering a world of insights to ensure their mission success while elevating their best practices to benefit the world. - Set and drive the strategic market priorities, resources and investment of ServiceNow GPS internally as our specialized channel between diverse cross-functional organizations including Sales, Legal, Compliance, Marketing, Product, Solution Consulting, Ventures, Strategy and Services. - Develop and execute data-driven measurement and reporting strategies that empower dedicated local ServiceNow sales teams to exponentially grow their impact for clients and partners, both enhancing our performance on existing engagements and identifying new opportunities to deliver ServiceNow solutions for newer, greater challenges. - Build a data-driven, multi-year roadmap for orchestrating the full capacity of ServiceNow solutions and expertise for the mission success of our clients and partners. - Enable the ServiceNow GPS Mission Solutions team with priorities and insights to construct bold new solutions to meet emerging challenges of our clients and partners. - Partner with and support local Public Sector sales teams in identifying and communicating the unique requirements, trends and needs of our Public Sector clients and partners for Australia and New Zealand. - Achieve growth goals and targets set to ensure the measurable success of our clients and partners and the impact of our internal teams. - Combine effective and efficient business acumen with five-star executive client and relationship management to achieve greater mission success, from analyzing business performance to increase our impact, to representing that impact on the world stage through global alliances and networks. To be successful in this role you have: - 8 years proven track record of cross-functional leadership experience across core functions of a high-growth Public Sector business, including but not limited to Client Management, IT Service Management, Partnerships and Alliances, Product and Sales - Experience serving in leadership roles with government or higher education institutions - Experience leading programs designed for elevating customer experiences in Public Sector technology - Understanding of the potential and impact of emerging technologies and solutions in the public sector, including Artificial Intelligence, Generative AI, Predictive Analysis, Accessibility and User-Centered Design Standards. - Proven experience achieving performance targets, including but not limited to growth and impact. - Ability to understand and lead understanding of the broad, macro-level business IT needs, and unique Government policy requirements, of the public sector markets - Ability to operate both "hungry and humble" in a dynamic environment within varying team functions ranging from advising and collaborating one day, to leading the next, ensuring accountability to best elevate our internal teams and empower our clients and partners - Experience engaging successfully with all levels of organizations both internal and external, from field teams delivering at the front lines of service, to senior leaders and elected officials - Experience in client management, and aligning account strategies to high growth opportunities - 2 years of experience as a Global Client Director or equivalent role with validated multi-million-dollar sales solutions experience and Executive level relationship management - Experience leading virtual or matrixed teams - Ability to travel up to 40% of the time ServiceNow is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin or nationality, ancestry, age, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, veteran status or any other category protected by law. At ServiceNow, we lead with flexibility and trust in our distributed world of work. Click here (https://www.servicenow.com/content/dam/servicenow-assets/public/en-us/doc-type/other-document/careers/new-world-of-work-personas.pdf) to learn about our work personas: flexible, remote and required-in-office. If you require a reasonable accommodation to complete any part of the application process, or are limited in the ability or unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, you may contact us at talent.acquisitionservicenow.com for assistance. For positions requiring access to technical data subject to export control regulations, including Export Administration Regulations (EAR), ServiceNow may have to obtain export licensing approval from the U.S. Government for certain individuals. All employment is contingent upon ServiceNow obtaining any export license or other approval that may be required by the U.S. Government. Please Note: Fraudulent job postings/job scams are increasingly common. Click here (https://www.servicenow.com/fraudulent-job-scams.html) to learn what to watch out for and how to protect yourself. All genuine ServiceNow job postings can be found through the ServiceNow Careers site (https://www.servicenow.com/careers.html) . From Fortune. © 2022 Fortune Media IP Limited All rights reserved. Used under license. Fortune and Fortune Media IP Limited are not affiliated with, and do not endorse products or services of, ServiceNow. • Wed, 05 JunServiceNow, Inc.
Executive Director » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - About the role and You As the Executive Director, Operations you will lead a team focussed on strengthening the innovation system through industry engagement, ecosystem development, and investment management. You will provide strategic leadership for the Advance Queensland program, establishing areas of priority and focussing on ensuring innovation's role in enhancing economic competitiveness and performance. Your role will analyse and monitor international and national economic and innovation trends to advise on appropriate actions to maximise the potential of Queensland's innovation system. As an Innovative leader, you will provide significant capability, insight and vision to identify opportunities for efficiency improvements in relation to operational policy with a view to reducing red tape, optimising return on government investment and ensuring a robust framework for reporting that is outcome focused and results oriented. You will promote best practices in program design, delivery, and evaluation for quality outcomes and evidence based, informed decision-making. Key to your success will be your proven ability to navigate and develop constructive and collaborative working relationships with a broad range of highly complex stakeholders across all levels of government and industry, representing the department in strengthening the innovation system and realising tangible outcomes for Queensland. As an agile and inspirational leader, you will drive workforce capability with a positive performance culture and inspire others by driving clarity, engagement, and a sense of purpose, fostering a workplace culture that supports and promotes the interests of First Nations people, actively engaging through our work to contribute to better outcomes for First Nations people. We are looking for a dynamic, avant-garde executive leader, who displays outstanding judgement, high-level integrity, strong agility to adapt to a constantly changing environment, a strong achievement orientation, and excellent communication and negotiation skills. You will assume responsibility for serving the government of the day and meeting the needs of the people and communities of Queensland. About The Department of Environment, Science and Innovation The Department of Environment, Science and Innovation (DESI) recognises the enormous value a clean environment, innovative society and economy, and a diverse and inclusive culture makes to Queenslanders' lives. As a diverse organisation, the department brings together environment, heritage protection, national parks, science and innovation to help achieve government objectives for a better Queensland. More information on the department's functions, focus and the type of organisation we are, can be found on our website. General inquiries to luminaryluminarypartners.com.au Confidential inquiries to Kerry Larkin, Senior Associate, Luminary, on 0404 095 421 or via email kerry.larkinluminarypartners.com.au Please let us know if you need any support or adjustments to help you to apply and participate in the selection process. Note: For priority consideration, please include your written assertion that you are of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent and/ or a person with disability in your cover letter. Applications will remain current for a period of 12 months. • Wed, 05 JunQueensland Government
Executive Director - Commercial, Procurement and Supply » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - We are Metro South Health We are the major public healthcare provider for Brisbane's south side, Logan, Redlands and the Scenic Rim. We operate five major hospitals and a range of community, specialty and state-wide healthcare services. We are renowned for teaching and research excellence. We are truly dedicated people who care about our community. We come to work to make a difference. We save lives, changes lives and make the world a better place. We overcome the many challenges that come our way by going above and beyond and achieve the best possible outcomes by working together. We are bold, innovative, collaborative, inspiring. We recognise our strength comes from the diversity of our people and so we encourage people of all genders, ethnicities, ages, abilities, languages, sexual orientation and family responsibilities to apply. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace for our people and our community. We are part of and proud of the community we serve. We are better together. Join us at Metro South Health and be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology, excellence in health care, teaching, research and empowering our people to be the best in serving our community. About the Role Reporting to the Health Service Chief Finance Officer, the Executive Director Commercial, Procurement & Supply Chain ensures Metro South Health's strategic and operation objectives are enabled through the delivery of efficient and optimal strategic Procurement and Supply Chain practices. The role will provide business wide leadership and take responsibility for Procurement, Supply Chain, Purchasing, Commercial and Contract Management to optimize MSHHS's approximate $800m non-labour expenditure. Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. Our values of Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Engagement and Excellence, shape our culture within Metro South Health. Our values guide our day-to-day decision making and are fundamental to what we care about as a health service, how we behave, how we interact with each other and provide care to the many patients who come through our doors every day. We offer rewarding career opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas across our health service and pride ourselves on providing a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance. As a Metro South employee, you will benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75%, access to salary packaging, flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro South here: www.metrosouth.health.qld.gov.au/join-our-team. • Wed, 05 JunQueensland Government
Asset Management - Campbell Global - Acquisitions - Australasia - Executive Director » The Rocks, Sydney - JobID: 210488478 Category: Portfolio Management JobSchedule: Full time Posted Date: 2024-03-05T03:01:4300:00 JobShift: : Campbell Global ("CG") is part of the Alternatives platform in JP Morgan Asset Management and a long-standing and prominent global investment manager focused on forestland and related assets including manufacturing and carbon. The Acquisitions - Australasia - Executive Director is a leader within the firm and is a highly strategic role supporting CG's core business. As an Acquisitions - Australasia - Executive Director within JP Morgan Asset Management, you will play a significant role in the overall global strategy of the firm and that of specific products. You will lead the acquisition sourcing and due diligence efforts in Australasia and oversee third-party property managers in the region. In addition, you will be responsible for optimum asset performance, prudent risk management, and equitable treatment of assets under management in the region. Job Responsibilities Develops strategies and tactics to enhance CG's competitiveness to acquire forestland and other related assets, including tracking transaction information on comparable properties and developing a detailed understanding of competitors and market discount rates. Supports the outreach and development of strategic relationships with landowners, advisors, consultants, and service providers in a way that 1) enhances CG's reputation as a buyer and manager of forestland properties, and 2) provides a network of contacts to gather market intelligence, discern market activities, and identify and act on acquisition opportunities. Investigates potential acquisitions and local market fundamentals. Assists with the acquisition process, including managing the collection and analysis of due diligence information, and providing input into acquisition models, negotiations, and the closing/settlement process. Leads the development and implementation of management plans and operating budgets. Coordinates and oversees third-party property managers, including the review, approval and supervision of recommendations from property managers and activities related to the management of properties. Interacts proactively with operations to ensure optimum asset performance, prudent risk management, and equitable treatment based on client objectives including meeting regularly with CG Operations staff to review client objectives, operations, and markets. Ensures that environmental or financial risk management reporting is conducted in a timely and professional manner to Supervisor and, if appropriate, local Safety Coordinator. Provides portfolio recommendations to CG's Investment Committee and Allocation Committee, which include aggregate and property performance, IRR analysis, diversification, and hold-sell recommendations. Provides guidance to achieve operating performance goals of client assets and analyze significant variances to annual budgets, long-term plans and/or acquisition models. Maintain an active role in the oversight of annual property budgets and monthly forecast reports. Required qualifications, capabilities and skills Bachelor's Degree (Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, Forestry, or an equivalent field of study). A minimum of 10 years working experience in a related field, required. Firsthand knowledge of forestry and forestland markets and related manufacturing assets. Experience executing forestland acquisitions, in Australasia. Knowledge of pine and eucalyptus forest management practices, including silviculture and inventory methodologies. General knowledge of investment analysis concepts and broad experience working with financial models. Proven ability to communicate well with a broad array of individuals in the field of forestland management, manufacturing, financial management and investors. Working knowledge of investment industry and operating companies, with emphasis on Australasia. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral. Demonstrated organizational skills; ability to perform multiple tasks efficiently and work well under deadline situations. Must be willing and able to travel periodically. • Wed, 05 JunJPMorgan Chase & Co.
Asset Management - Campbell Global - Acquisitions - Australasia - Executive Director » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - JobID: 210488478 Category: Portfolio Management JobSchedule: Full time Posted Date: 2024-03-05T03:01:4300:00 JobShift: : Campbell Global ("CG") is part of the Alternatives platform in JP Morgan Asset Management and a long-standing and prominent global investment manager focused on forestland and related assets including manufacturing and carbon. The Acquisitions - Australasia - Executive Director is a leader within the firm and is a highly strategic role supporting CG's core business. As an Acquisitions - Australasia - Executive Director within JP Morgan Asset Management, you will play a significant role in the overall global strategy of the firm and that of specific products. You will lead the acquisition sourcing and due diligence efforts in Australasia and oversee third-party property managers in the region. In addition, you will be responsible for optimum asset performance, prudent risk management, and equitable treatment of assets under management in the region. Job Responsibilities Develops strategies and tactics to enhance CG's competitiveness to acquire forestland and other related assets, including tracking transaction information on comparable properties and developing a detailed understanding of competitors and market discount rates. Supports the outreach and development of strategic relationships with landowners, advisors, consultants, and service providers in a way that 1) enhances CG's reputation as a buyer and manager of forestland properties, and 2) provides a network of contacts to gather market intelligence, discern market activities, and identify and act on acquisition opportunities. Investigates potential acquisitions and local market fundamentals. Assists with the acquisition process, including managing the collection and analysis of due diligence information, and providing input into acquisition models, negotiations, and the closing/settlement process. Leads the development and implementation of management plans and operating budgets. Coordinates and oversees third-party property managers, including the review, approval and supervision of recommendations from property managers and activities related to the management of properties. Interacts proactively with operations to ensure optimum asset performance, prudent risk management, and equitable treatment based on client objectives including meeting regularly with CG Operations staff to review client objectives, operations, and markets. Ensures that environmental or financial risk management reporting is conducted in a timely and professional manner to Supervisor and, if appropriate, local Safety Coordinator. Provides portfolio recommendations to CG's Investment Committee and Allocation Committee, which include aggregate and property performance, IRR analysis, diversification, and hold-sell recommendations. Provides guidance to achieve operating performance goals of client assets and analyze significant variances to annual budgets, long-term plans and/or acquisition models. Maintain an active role in the oversight of annual property budgets and monthly forecast reports. Required qualifications, capabilities and skills Bachelor's Degree (Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, Forestry, or an equivalent field of study). A minimum of 10 years working experience in a related field, required. Firsthand knowledge of forestry and forestland markets and related manufacturing assets. Experience executing forestland acquisitions, in Australasia. Knowledge of pine and eucalyptus forest management practices, including silviculture and inventory methodologies. General knowledge of investment analysis concepts and broad experience working with financial models. Proven ability to communicate well with a broad array of individuals in the field of forestland management, manufacturing, financial management and investors. Working knowledge of investment industry and operating companies, with emphasis on Australasia. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral. Demonstrated organizational skills; ability to perform multiple tasks efficiently and work well under deadline situations. Must be willing and able to travel periodically. • Wed, 05 JunJPMorgan Chase & Co.
Executive Director Finance » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - As a senior executive of a key central agency in the Northern Territory Government, provide executive level advice on strategic financial and accounting policy, and a complex range of public sector financial analysis, reporting and management matters which affect the Northern Territory. The role is responsible for leadership of the Financial Analysis and Reporting division of the Department of Treasury and Finance which manages the Territory’s financial management frameworks and reporting responsibilities. An Executive contract of up to 4 years may be offered. • Wed, 05 JunNorthern Territory Government
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO MANAGING DIRECTOR » Sydney, NSW - offers a uniquely passionate and energetic workplace. Currently seeking a confident, savvy and driven Executive Assistant... to provide Business Partner support to the Managing Director. About the position This role is pivotal in shaping the success... • Tue, 04 JunAltitude EA
Global Public Sector Executive Director of Mission Success, ANZ » Sydney, NSW - with ServiceNow GPS means challenging yourself to always be better. We are looking for a Mission Success Executive for Australia... a dynamic role for GPS, overseeing our executive relationship management for assigned accounts, engagement with our partner... • Tue, 04 JunServiceNow
Executive Assistant to the Executive Regional Director North » Cairns Region, Queensland - Your strengths We're looking for the best-suited applicant for the role. We focus on your strengths by assessing a combination of your competencies, knowledge-based skills and behaviours. For this role we are looking for strengths in: - Managing competing priorities- Maintaining effective working relationships- Proactive and driven- Analysis and problem solving- Ability to adapt to change- Teamwork and collaborationYour responsibilities- Executive support to the Executive Regional Director including;- diary management- organising meetings, workshops, and other events- booking travel arrangements- responding to and directing telephone enquiries- processing financial and non-financial requests, including travel expense claims and corporate card reconciliations ensuring compliance with departmental policy and procedures- Communicate and liaise with various levels of management, the general public and senior executives from public and private organisations- Develop, analyse and implement effective administrative systems and procedures- Assist the Executive Services Manager to plan, coordinate and provide confidential executive services to support the operations of the Executive Regional Director- Collaborate with the Executive Service Manager and Business Support team to, analyse, report and resolve queries for financial, HR and correspondence relating to the ERD office Your teamWe want you to be a part of a team that is making a difference by leading industry development and regional programs, aligned to the Departments' strategic plan. This includes initiatives that develop and promote the international competitiveness and capability of Queensland's defence, aerospace, space, superyachts, hydrogen, biofutures, biomedical, mining equipment, technology and services, and resource recovery industries. You will be learning new stuff every day The State Development regional teams across Queensland coordinate the delivery of initiatives such as departmental programs and workshops, to link industry and regional business and grow regional supply chains and productivity. The regional teams engage with regional stakeholders and works with regional economic development partners to support and advocate for the strategic delivery of regional economic priorities. They lead place-based developments and economic and industry strategies. They are also the Local Economic Opportunities Network (LEO) representatives, and they support state and local governments in responses to adverse events. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/569289/24 Closing Date: Monday, 24 June 2024 • Tue, 04 JunQueensland Government
Executive Director, Growth & Development » St Leonards, Willoughby Area - Accountable for portfolio growth & strategy though acquisitions, greenfield/brownfield developments, expansions & dev, & lease management Executive Director, Growth & Development About the Role: Located in our St Leonard's Office (though open to the right person), The Executive Director, Growth & Development is a key leadership role, leading a small team, responsible for OAC’s portfolio growth and strategy though acquisitions, greenfield/brownfield developments, development and expansions, and lease management. This role involves identifying, targeting, and integrating new site acquisitions, managing overall portfolio strategy and lease management to anticipate sector changes and divestiture decisions, and maintaining landlord relationships. It encompasses the development and implementation of growth initiatives, such as greenfield/brownfield developments and aligned business opportunities. The role also includes overseeing campus development and improvements, property management, ESG ownership, and strategic procurement for OAC, working closely with other teams to deliver optimal commercial outcomes. Key Accountabilities (not limited to): Originate new site acquisition opportunities through vendor and intermediary networks, maintaining primary relationships with targets. Structure and negotiate deals, present opportunities to stakeholders, and lead team efforts in modelling, approval papers, and due diligence. Ensure successful settlement and post-acquisition integration, leading project managers and monitoring performance with operations and campus teams. Review demographics and current leases to optimise commercial outcomes, acting as the primary contact for landlord relationships and lease negotiations. Originate and negotiate greenfield and brownfield developments, work with developers on design, and ensure successful project delivery and integration. Collaborate with counterparts to identify growth sectors, conduct research, execute acquisitions and partnerships, and evaluate additional growth opportunities. Propose and execute campus expansion projects, develop a major works capex plan, and work with stakeholders to build a strong ESG plan for the business. Experience Required: Demonstrated property development industry experience Demonstrated Mergers & Acquisitions experience Experience in the Childcare Sector (advantageous, not essential) Demonstrates strong commercial acumen, strategic thinking, and entrepreneurial spirit, with superior financial literacy, including financial modelling capabilities and analytical skills. Demonstrated project management experience, the ability to manage multiple complex projects simultaneously, and excels in relationship management, including originating M&A and new development opportunities and effectively influencing and About Us: At OAC (Only About Children), our unique approach to early years learning goes beyond education to encompass the health and wellbeing of every child in our care. We call this The OAC Way. We operate over 80 campuses across Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and provide high-quality early years education and care to over 8,000 families. You Are Worth More : Two ‘Wellbeing Days’ and option to purchase up to two weeks additional annual leave 50% discount on Employee Childcare Fees at any campus 20 weeks Government Parental Leave Pay Access to 10 days paid Family & Domestic Violence support Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for ongoing mental health and wellbeing support Retail Discount Program including discounted online and instore vouchers and over 500 online cashback offers Loyalty Recognition Program to reward tenure of service At Only About Children we have a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion and we want you to bring your whole self to work. We welcome and encourage applications from all members of the community, particularly those who identify as Australian Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander. • Tue, 04 JunOnly About Children
Global Public Sector Executive Director of Mission Success, ANZ » Sydney, NSW - with ServiceNow GPS means challenging yourself to always be better. We are looking for a Mission Success Executive for Australia... a dynamic role for GPS, overseeing our executive relationship management for assigned accounts, engagement with our partner... • Mon, 03 JunServiceNow
Global Public Sector Executive Director of Mission Success, ANZ » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Description ServiceNow Global Public Sector (GPS) is expanding our leadership team of highly experienced and driven individuals who are passionate about transforming experiences for our clients and partners with ServiceNow's powerful digital workflow platform. Join a team that re-shapes public service, partnering with leading public institutions and the most inspiring global organizations in the world. We are always evolving. We are passionate about public service, our product, and we live for our customers. We have high expectations, and a career with ServiceNow GPS means challenging yourself to always be better. We are looking for a Mission Success Executive for Australia, New Zealand and Higher Education markets, on an empowering new team in our Global Public Sector organization. You will drive growth strategies, understanding requirements, setting priorities, supporting sales teams and driving new pipeline opportunities to deliver powerful new solutions for our critical clients in government and higher education. You will serve in a dynamic role for GPS, overseeing our executive relationship management for assigned accounts, engagement with our partner network, and lead virtual teams in supporting our most esteemed clients. What you get to do in this role: Serve as our Global Public Sector Mission Success lead to support engagements with senior government executives, higher education leaders and elite partners, from Sydney and Canberra to Wellington and everywhere our Public Sector leaders serve, both delivering a world of insights to ensure their mission success while elevating their best practices to benefit the world. Set and drive the strategic market priorities, resources and investment of ServiceNow GPS internally as our specialized channel between diverse cross-functional organizations including Sales, Legal, Compliance, Marketing, Product, Solution Consulting, Ventures, Strategy and Services. Develop and execute data-driven measurement and reporting strategies that empower dedicated local ServiceNow sales teams to exponentially grow their impact for clients and partners, both enhancing our performance on existing engagements and identifying new opportunities to deliver ServiceNow solutions for newer, greater challenges. Build a data-driven, multi-year roadmap for orchestrating the full capacity of ServiceNow solutions and expertise for the mission success of our clients and partners. Enable the ServiceNow GPS Mission Solutions team with priorities and insights to construct bold new solutions to meet emerging challenges of our clients and partners. Partner with and support local Public Sector sales teams in identifying and communicating the unique requirements, trends and needs of our Public Sector clients and partners for Australia and New Zealand. Achieve growth goals and targets set to ensure the measurable success of our clients and partners and the impact of our internal teams. Combine effective and efficient business acumen with five-star executive client and relationship management to achieve greater mission success, from analyzing business performance to increase our impact, to representing that impact on the world stage through global alliances and networks. • Mon, 03 JunServiceNow
Director Corporate Services- Executive Band 1 ? Full-time ongoing role opportunity » Sydney, NSW - more detail / apply for Director Corporate Services- Executive Band 1 ? Full-time ongoing role opportunity... Executive Leadership Team leading the Corporate Services Directorate. One full-time, ongoing role opportunity located... • Mon, 03 JunAtlam Group
Executive Director Gaming System Replacement » Subiaco, Subiaco Area - Executive Director Gaming System Replacement Salary: Class 1 Location: Subiaco Work Type: Fixed Term - Full Time Closing Date: 2024-06-07 9:30 AM Attachments: - LW Job application pack.pdf applicants with a disability.pdf c1 final role statement executive director gaming system replacement february 2024.pdf Class 1, $187,183 Fixed Term position (up to 5 years) Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents only Substantive Equality Statement Lotterywest and Healthway strive to create a better and healthier Western Australia, where diversity is encouraged, and everyone is respected, welcomed, supported, and treated equally. We value the strength of a diverse workforce and view inclusivity as essential to our success. We are committed to fostering a respectful and inclusive workplace and community that encourages employees to be themselves. We seek and celebrate diversity and encourage applications from all backgrounds and cultures including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTQIA and people with disability. The Organisation Lotterywest is the only State Government owned and operated lottery in Australia, where all the available profit is returned to the Western Australian Community through discretionary and statutory grants. Lotterywest has supported the Western Australian community for over 90 years. Its vision for 'a hopeful, healthy, connected and sustainable community life for all Western Australians'. Lotterywest is the employing agency for Healthway, which is the only State Government agency dedicated to health promotion. For over 30 years Healthway has been providing grant funding to sport, arts and racing organisations, community activities, and to health promotion projects and research. Healthway's vision is for a 'healthy and more active Western Australia.' What we Offer By joining the team at Lotterywest, you'll experience the satisfaction that comes with being part of an organisation that is helping make a positive impact in the community and turns dreams into reality.We believe in flexibility, work-life balance and support, so you can be the best at what you do. You will have access to several employee benefits including: A flexible work environment with the ability to purchase leave and negotiate flexible working hours. A commitment to employee professional growth A friendly working environment with a variety of wellness and social activities on offer. Lotterywest's Head Office is located in the heart of Subiaco, with excellent access to public transport, a range of public parking options and end-of-trip facilities for staff choosing to cycle, run or walk to work. Job Profile The Executive Director GSR plays a critical role in leading, shaping and delivering a connected, integrated and contemporary lottery gaming and e-commerce solutions and operating model for WA's lotteries business. The Executive Director Works closely with the General Manager Lotteries, the Chief Information Officer, and other executives to ensure that new solutions: Meet or exceed international lottery integrity, security and availability design and operational standards Can adapt and meet changing consumer behaviour and ensure that customer engagement and distribution channels for Lotterywest evolve as required. Aligns with Lotterywest's strategic goals and business needs, and gaming solutions are integrated and a sustainable element of overall business strategy, delivery strategy, and systems. The Executive Director provides expert independent advice to the Chief Executive and GSR Steering Committee (Board) on program direction, funding, governance and risk. Mandatory / special role requirements Demonstrated experience in the delivery of complex enterprise solutions in a 24/7 operating environment. Substantial experience leading the design and implementation of significant e-commerce change within medium-scale commercial or Government organisations. Demonstrated understanding of business and gaming issues, trends and requirements, including the ability to translate understanding into the design of effective contract, commercial and vendor governance requirements. Police Clearance Possession of a bachelor's degree in commerce, Information Technology (IT) or other relevant discipline. Possession of or progress towards a formal qualification in project and contract management. In the context of the role, demonstrated skills, experience and behaviours aligned to the Leadership Context of the role. Want to know more? For full details of the role and what we are looking for you are encouraged to read the attached . Please refer to the job pack for instructions on how to apply. Suitable applicants may be considered for future similar employment opportunities during the next twelve (12) months at Lotterywest. For Further Job Related Information Enquiries about the role can be directed to Tim Loh, A/Director People and Culture on 0427 914 939 Join Lotterywest Applicants are required to apply online and need to submit the following documents in Word or PDF format only: A current comprehensive resume/CV A cover letter of no more than two (2) pages addressing your suitability to meet the mandatory role requirements on the attached job description To submit your application, please click on the Apply for the job button. Our People and Culture team are happy to help if you need assistance on (08) 9488 6492 Unfortunately, we can't accept late applications so please allow yourself enough time to complete your application before the due date and time Protecting your Privacy Lotterywest will only contact you from the official lotterywest.wa.gov.au domain. If you receive any emails from any other domain asking for your personal information, you should not respond to them. If you receive what appears to be Lotterywest communications not from the official domain, please send an email with the details to humanresourceserviceslotterywest.wa.gov.au Position Title Executive Director Gaming System Replacement Agency Lotterywest Salary Class 1 Location Subiaco Unit/Division GSR Branch Work Type Fixed Term - Full Time Position No. 24/082 Closing Date 2024-06-07 9:30 AM Position Title Executive Director Gaming System Replacement Branch Location Subiaco Work Type Fixed Term - Full Time Closing Date 2024-06-07 9:30 AM Salary Class 1 Agency Lotterywest Company Information Description Class 1, $187,183 Fixed Term position (up to 5 years) Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents only Substantive Equality Statement Lotterywest and Healthway strive to create a better and healthier Western Australia, where diversity is encouraged, and everyone is respected, welcomed, supported, and treated equally. We value the strength of a diverse workforce and view inclusivity as essential to our success. We are committed to fostering a respectful and inclusive workplace and community that encourages employees to be themselves. We seek and celebrate diversity and encourage applications from all backgrounds and cultures including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTQIA and people with disability. The Organisation Lotterywest is the only State Government owned and operated lottery in Australia, where all the available profit is returned to the Western Australian Community through discretionary and statutory grants. Lotterywest has supported the Western Australian community for over 90 years. Its vision for 'a hopeful, healthy, connected and sustainable community life for all Western Australians'. Lotterywest is the employing agency for Healthway, which is the only State Government agency dedicated to health promotion. For over 30 years Healthway has been providing grant funding to sport, arts and racing organisations, community activities, and to health promotion projects and research. Healthway's vision is for a 'healthy and more active Western Australia.' What we Offer By joining the team at Lotterywest, you'll experience the satisfaction that comes with being part of an organisation that is helping make a positive impact in the community and turns dreams into reality.We believe in flexibility, work-life balance and support, so you can be the best at what you do. You will have access to several employee benefits including: A flexible work environment with the ability to purchase leave and negotiate flexible working hours. A commitment to employee professional growth A friendly working environment with a variety of wellness and social activities on offer. Lotterywest's Head Office is located in the heart of Subiaco, with excellent access to public transport, a range of public parking options and end-of-trip facilities for staff choosing to cycle, run or walk to work. Job Profile The Executive Director GSR plays a critical role in leading, shaping and delivering a connected, integrated and contemporary lottery gaming and e-commerce solutions and operating model for WA's lotteries business. The Executive Director Works closely with the General Manager Lotteries, the Chief Information Officer, and other executives to ensure that new solutions: Meet or exceed international lottery integrity, security and availability design and operational standards Can adapt and meet changing consumer behaviour and ensure that customer engagement and distribution channels for Lotterywest evolve as required. Aligns with Lotterywest's strategic goals and business needs, and gaming solutions are integrated and a sustainable element of overall business strategy, delivery strategy, and systems. The Executive Director provides expert independent advice to the Chief Executive and GSR Steering Committee (Board) on program direction, funding, governance and risk. Mandatory / special role requirements Demonstrated experience in the delivery of complex enterprise solutions in a 24/7 operating environment. Substantial experience leading the design and implementation of significant e-commerce change within medium-scale commercial or Government organisations. Demonstrated understanding of business and gaming issues, trends and requirements, including the ability to translate understanding into the design of effective contract, commercial and vendor governance requirements. Police Clearance Possession of a bachelor's degree in commerce, Information Technology (IT) or other relevant discipline. Possession of or progress towards a formal qualification in project and contract management. In the context of the role, demonstrated skills, experience and behaviours aligned to the Leadership Context of the role. Want to know more? For full details of the role and what we are looking for you are encouraged to read the attached job description. Please refer to the job pack for instructions on how to apply. Suitable applicants may be considered for future similar employment opportunities during the next twelve (12) months at Lotterywest. For Further Job Related Information Enquiries about the role can be directed to Tim Loh, A/Director People and Culture on 0427 914 939 Join Lotterywest Applicants are required to apply online and need to submit the following documents in Word or PDF format only: A current comprehensive resume/CV A cover letter of no more than two (2) pages addressing your suitability to meet the mandatory role requirements on the attached job description To submit your application, please click on the Apply for the job button. Our People and Culture team are happy to help if you need assistance on (08) 9488 6492 Unfortunately, we can't accept late applications so please allow yourself enough time to complete your application before the due date and time Protecting your Privacy Lotterywest will only contact you from the official lotterywest.wa.gov.au domain. If you receive any emails from any other domain asking for your personal information, you should not respond to them. If you receive what appears to be Lotterywest communications not from the official domain, please send an email with the details to humanresourceserviceslotterywest.wa.gov.au Attachments - LW Job application pack.pdf applicants with a disability.pdf c1 final role statement executive director gaming system replacement february 2024.pdf Convenience Buttons2: • Mon, 03 JunWestern Australia Government
Executive DIrector Nursing and Midwifery Services » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Health - Nursing Classification Nurse Grade 13 (2) Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - South Job ad reference QLD/MS06567590 Closing date 24-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Suzanne Reiger or Marcus Engeman - Alumni Global Contact details 0433 796 161 / 0431 804 418 Access the National Relay Service Metro South Health (MSH) is seeking an outstanding Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery Services (EDNMS) to lead professional excellence across the service. In this highly influential role, you will not only ensure the highest standards of care through the nursing and midwifery workforce, you will also play a key role in contributing to the professional landscape in MSH, Queensland Health and beyond. This pivotal role provides high-level advice to the Chief Executive Officer and Board on all matters related to nursing and midwifery, ensuring a robust governance framework, and maintaining professional standards for over 8,000 nursing and midwifery staff. We are Metro South Health We are the major public healthcare provider for Brisbane's south side, Logan, Redlands and the Scenic Rim. We operate five major hospitals and a range of community, specialty and state-wide healthcare services. We are renowned for teaching and research excellence. We are truly dedicated people who care about our community. We come to work to make a difference. We save lives, changes lives and make the world a better place. We overcome the many challenges that come our way by going above and beyond and achieve the best possible outcomes by working together. We are bold, innovative, collaborative, inspiring. We recognise our strength comes from the diversity of our people and so we encourage people of all genders, ethnicities, ages, abilities, languages, sexual orientation and family responsibilities to apply. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace for our people and our community. We are part of and proud of the community we serve. We are better together. Join us at Metro South Health and be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology, excellence in health care, teaching, research and empowering our people to be the best in serving our community. About the Role The Executive Director, Nursing and Midwifery Services is a key member of the MSH executive team, responsible for strategic leadership, governance, and operational oversight. The appointee will ensure the professional practice framework supports high standards of safety, quality, and functionality, enhancing patient care and organisational excellence. The Executive Director will provide strategic and operational leadership for nursing and midwifery services across MSH, overseeing governance, innovation, education, workforce development, research, recruitment, and retention strategies. Additionally, the EDNMS will play a leadership role in the ongoing development of the nursing and midwifery profession beyond the bounds of MSH, contributing to workforce and professional development strategies at a State, National and International level. The EDNMS ensures compliance with WHS and industrial relations legislation and managing financial and human resources effectively. The appointee will foster relationships with senior stakeholders, government departments, and external partners, implementing robust governance systems to enhance service delivery and professional practice. Additionally, this role will drive strategic planning and performance improvement initiatives, leading the development and execution of nursing and midwifery strategic plans aligned with MSH priorities. About You You are a highly experienced leader with: Extensive experience in a senior leadership role within a large healthcare organisation, with expertise in nursing and midwifery. Strong capabilities in strategic planning, financial management, and governance. Proven ability to build and maintain senior stakeholder relationships and foster organizational growth. Exceptional communication and presentation skills, with a focus on team leadership and high-performance culture. In-depth knowledge of WHS, industrial relations, and professional standards. A commitment to professional excellence, innovation, and continuous improvement. A track record of enabling, or personally leading research in relevant areas. Personal Attributes High integrity and a client-focused approach. Excellent organizational skills and the ability to delegate and monitor work effectively. Strong initiative, resilience, and the ability to influence and inspire others. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For more information about this leadership opportunity and to submit your application, please visit: https://alumniglobal.com/job/executive-director-nursing-and-midwifery-services-metro-south Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. MS06567590 Role Description (PDF, 521KB) Role Description Information Guide for Applicants 2024 (PDF, 647KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Executive Director - Integrity and Employee Relations » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Contract Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Executive Classification SES2(H) Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/CO568274/24T Closing date 12-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Up to 5 years unless otherwise determined Contact person Jon Hottot Contact details 0488 420 003 Access the National Relay Service About the Department of Education The Department of Education is committed to providing Queenslanders and their communities with education services that truly stand out. As part of its Equity and Excellence mandate the department is striving to ensure that all Queensland children and young people are confident, creative lifelong learners active in their community. Through its renewed focus on empowering teachers and school leaders, investing in digital innovation, school performance, fostering collaboration between schools and community, and delivering sustainable investment in schools for the future, the department is preparing every student for life in a changing and global world. With a large and geographically dispersed workforce, the critical nature of this position is clear. If you are seeking a role and an employer with purpose, then consider the Department of Education as a unique option. About the Role We are seeking a dynamic Executive Director with strong professional leadership and management capabilities to oversee Integrity and Employee Relations. This role demands an adept leader who can manage a wide range of integrity and employee relations matters, including industrial relations strategy, workplace investigations and conduct advisory, and effective negotiation and stakeholder management. The successful candidate will be instrumental in delivering government priorities and ensuring excellence in client service delivery. Collaboration with both internal and external stakeholders is crucial to this role, as is the ability to provide high-level leadership. Performance will be assessed based on four key accountability perspectives: financial, stakeholder and outcome, internal business, and learning and growth. The Executive Director will lead the efficient use of resource allocations within budget constraints, identifying success and risk factors to ensure high-quality outcomes. Stakeholder management involves engaging with unions and other key stakeholders to drive implementation of certified agreements, drive change initiatives, and deliver best-practice employee relations services. Internally, the role requires leading business improvement strategies, cultural reforms, and providing expert advice to senior executives. Additionally, the Executive Director will embed rigorous risk management models to maintain the department's reputation in a high-profile environment. In terms of learning and growth, the role involves advocating for professionalism, driving organisational transformation, and developing team capabilities. This position reports to the Assistant Director-General, Human Resources, and requires a dedicated individual committed to serving the government and the people of Queensland, with a proven record of leadership in complex organisations across various sectors. The role will suit a candidate who has a strong industrial legal background, large scale leadership and adept at building relationships at multiple levels. How to Apply For further information and to apply please visit: luminarypartners.com.au/ed-deq A brief resume including contact details for 2 referees (referees should have an understanding of your relevant previous work history). General inquiries to luminaryluminarypartners.com.au Confidential inquiries to Jon Hottot, Senior Partner, Luminary, on 0488 420 003 or via email jon.hottotluminarypartners.com.au Luminary is committed to storing and utilising your information in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988. For further information regarding this please visit: https://www.luminarypartners.com.au/privacy-policy We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. CO568274_24T - Role Description (PDF, 109KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Executive Director Local Government » Perth CBD, Perth - Executive Director Local Government Local Government Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries Class 1, $187,183 pa (pro rata), Public Sector CSA Agreement 2022 Position No: 15997 Work Type: Fixed Term - Full Time Location: Perth Closing Date: 2024-06-10 4:00 PM The Department of Local Government Sport and Cultural Industries (DLGSC) acknowledges the Aboriginal peoples of Western Australia as the traditional custodians of this land, and we pay our respects to their Elders past and present. About the department We're a very diverse agency that contributes to a better Western Australian community through, among other things, providing opportunities for everyone to engage in a range of sporting, recreational, cultural, and artistic programs and activities. Staff in our department work across the areas of local government, sport and recreation, culture and the arts, racing, gaming and liquor, multicultural interests, specialist Aboriginal projects and engagement, regulatory reform, infrastructure and state records. Our work touches on amazing projects like development of the new Aboriginal Cultural Centre, delivery of major international sporting events and helping people stay safe while enjoying a night out in our Protected Entertainment Precincts. Why work with us? At DLGSC we are all about ensuring our workforce is made up of 'Good Humans' Finding them, retaining them, and helping them to be the best they can be for themselves, for us, for the people we supply services to, and for our vision of a vibrant, inclusive and resilient Western Australian community. Our diverse organisation is supported by exceptional, everyday people from all walks of life and many different backgrounds who are supported to genuinely contribute to inclusivity in the workplace. If you want to work in an inspirational organisation where you have a voice and can contribute to the things that matter to you, then join our awesome team We are proudly an equal opportunity employer committed to workplace equity. We support diversity and inclusion in the public sector because it makes us stronger as an organisation, and better able to meet our community's needs. We strongly encourage people with disability, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women and youth to apply. For further information on DLGSC, visit our website. About the role Are you a visionary leader with a passion for shaping policy outcomes for the betterment of communities? Do you possess strong leadership skills and a strategic mindset? If so, we are seeking an Executive Director, Local Government to lead and manage the delivery of impactful policies within the local government sector. The key responsibilities include: Leads the DLGSC Local Government Team in the effective regulation and support of 139 LocaL Governments throughout Western Australia. Oversees the delivery of legislative reform across a number of areas of legislation including the Local Government Act 1995. Leads the statewide delivery of a number of high-profile projects and related government priorities. Provides strategic support and advice to the Deputy Director General, Director General and Minister/s on Local Government regulatory and compliance issues, policies and programs and project delivery. Fosters partnerships and collaborations within the Local Government sector including peak bodies and associations. Provides strategic advice and contributes to across agency and interjurisdictional initiatives for the local government sector. We have one 10-month, fixed term fulltime (75hrs p/f) position available. Whilst this opportunity is fixed term, the suitable candidate(s) have the possibility of subsequent contracts and permanency. This is a unique opportunity to drive positive change within the local government sector and contribute to shaping policy agendas at the State and National levels. If you are a dynamic leader with a passion for policy excellence, we want to hear from you For further job-related information, please contact Erin Gauntlett on (08) 6551 4843 (only contact for information about the role). Please note the following timeline for this recruitment process: Panel shortlisting to take place on Monday 17 June 2024 between 2:00pm-3.30pm Interviews to take place on Thursday 27 June 2024 between 12:30pm - 5:00pm What's in it for you? There are lots of benefits to taking up a role with DLGSC: a competitive, award-based salary with annual increments within award bands flexible working hours including flexible start/finish times. Superannuation 11%, increasing to 12% by 1 July 2025 access to salary packaging arrangements 3 additional days of leave per year (public service holidays) study leave / assistance options to purchase additional leave 14 weeks paid parental leave, with additional flexibility for new parents returning to work leadership and professional development programs annual professional development planning cycles employee assistance and wellness programs. Location This role is based at 140 William Street Perth. This central Perth location is a major hub in the CBD - linking directly to the Perth Underground railway station, with pedestrian laneways from Forrest Place and Murray Street Mall, connecting Northbridge and the William Street collective. The perfect place to combine work, rest and play with easy access to retail, dining and entertainment. How to apply for this position Applicants are encouraged to apply online and must provide: A comprehensive CV A three A4 page (maximum) outline on your skills and knowledge in relation to the Essential Work-Related Requirements that are listed on the attached Form Contact details of two referees, with a preference of one from a current / most recent line manager For further details on how to apply please read 'Information for Applicants'. Please note that all of the Work-Related Requirements may be assessed at some stage during the selection process. To submit your application, please click on the • Sat, 01 JunWestern Australia Government
Executive Director (Business Development) - Logistics » Wetherill Park, Fairfield Area - Our client is a leading international Logistics organisation looking to expand its successful presence in the Asia Pacific region. Well established facilities and resources throughout Europe, Asia, America and Canada, and a comprehensive range of products and services, will provide you with immense opportunity to build on the company’s existing Australian client base. Reporting to the Regional Managing Director based in Japan, you will have ownership and accountability for the growth of the Australian market. The Role Growth : Exceptionally successful local operations, together with an internationally proven and unique strategic approach, will assist you to achieve the company’s growth plans. Strategy : You will enjoy responsibility for the focus, design and success of the company's strategic and operational business objectives in the Asia Pacific region. Leadership : Through deliberate and committed leadership, you will ensure that all human and operational resources within your influence are afforded every opportunity to succeed. Your actions will ensure not only growth and profit, but a sound basis for future confidence. Collaboration : You will utilise the company’s internationally acknowledged expertise in operations, human resource, teamwork and relationship building to ensure the best possible platform for success. What will you bring? Significant experience in strategic planning for genuine competitive advantage in both company owned and 3rd party party logistics services. Proven achievement of collaborative win/win operational and financial initiatives. A sound knowledge of the benefits of technology in an industry dependent on measurement, management and productivity. Ability to onboard, train and successfully develop human resources capable of delivering collaborative and profitable financial, operational, and administrative results. Commercial acumen and an eye for strategic alliances and opportunities. An instinct for innovation, and knowledge of progressive trends. A leadership mindset based on empowerment, individual and team success, and structured collaboration with all stakeholders. Although professional skills are important, of equal significance is your personal profile. The person we are seeking will have: Excellent interpersonal skills. Initiative, independence, drive and a commitment to results. A confident, positive persona that will enhance opportunities for growth in an exceptionally competitive environment. A demonstrable commitment to Workplace Health & Safety. A commitment to the success and empowerment of all company employees and stakeholders. This is a genuine opportunity to participate in the local growth of a company internationally recognised for being a world leader in innovation, quality and performance. The role has genuine and significant potential for future promotion and personal development. If you feel that additional information will assist, please don’t hesitate to call Kevin Daly on 0418.283.660 • Fri, 31 MayeXenet
Chief Practitioner and Executive Director, Office of Professional Practice » Melbourne, VIC - The Department of Families, Fairness and Housing (DFFH) works hard to create equal opportunities for all Victorians to live a safe, respected and valued life. Our areas of focus are child protection, housing, disability, the prevention of... • Fri, 31 MayDepartment of Health and Human Services, Victoria
Executive Director, Service Enhancement » Melbourne, VIC - The Department of Families, Fairness and Housing (DFFH) works hard to create equal opportunities for all Victorians to live a safe, respected and valued life. Our areas of focus are child protection, housing, disability, the prevention of... • Fri, 31 MayDepartment of Health and Human Services, Victoria
Chief Practitioner and Executive Director, Office of Professional Practice » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - THE ROLE The Chief Practitioner and Executive Director, Office of Professional Practice works across the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing (department) and external partners to champion and deliver best practice in human services. The role fosters a culture of continuous improvement and learning and provides expert advice and leadership to achieve the best possible outcomes with, and for, Victorians in need. The Chief Practitioner and Executive Director is part of the Community Operations and Practice Leadership division with the department and is deeply embedded in the work of the division to deliver high quality services, supporting the translation of the best evidence and research into operational practice. The Chief Practitioner and Executive Director supports and champions the department's frontline workforce, building professional capability and providing expert advice on complex and high risk matters. The role is the principal clinical adviser across community services, including child protection and child and family services, disability, prevention, family violence and sexual assault services and for people who have complex needs that cut across program boundaries. In addition to providing advice and leadership to support frontline practitioners in their work, the Chief Practitioner and Executive Director will have oversight of a small caseload of complex child protection cases to ensure the department is able to leverage practice expertise and partnerships at a senior level to manage risk and ensure children and their families receive the best possible care. The Chief Practitioner and Executive Director has oversight of statutory functions through the Office of the Victorian Senior Practitioner (Disability), and partners with the Aboriginal Principal Practitioner role to develop the community services workforce and improve service user experiences for Aboriginal Victorians. The Chief Practitioner and Executive Director demonstrates a commitment to cultural safety with Aboriginal self-determination at the core of Victorian practice. The Chief Practitioner and Executive Director is an effective leader, influencer, collaborator and manager. The role is a member of the department's Executive Directions Board and contributes to the leadership, strategic direction and performance oversight of the organisation. The role leads a team of approximately 110 FTE and a budget of approximately $19.7 million, working across the department's frontline workforce of almost 5000 FTE and the community sector and government partners. ACCOUNTABILITIES INCLUDE Set and lead the direction for best practice in human service delivery - including Child Protection and child and family services, disability, family violence and sexual assault services and for people who have complex needs that cut across program boundaries - working closely with operational staff at all levels and partnering across the department and the broader sector. Lead the development of practice frameworks and governance to drive excellence in practice across the department and community partners Lead the development and provision of authoritative advice based on contemporary research and professional expertise to practitioners and senior leaders in the department, particularly in high risk, complex and sensitive cases Please open the position description to read more. COVID-19 VACCINATIONThe department strongly recommends (but does not mandate) that employees maintain their COVID-19 vaccination status in accordance with current ATAGI (Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation) advice, given their individual circumstances. As of June 2023, DFFH does not require evidence of COVID-19 vaccination status. HOW TO APPLY All VPS employees (and ex-VPS employees with extended access to the Jobs and Skills Exchange website) MUST apply via the Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) portal. Applicants are encouraged to apply online. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.Applicants are required to submit a CV and Cover Letter (max 2 pages) outlining their suitability to the role in line with the Key Selection Criteria. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. Work eligibility will be checked as part of the recruitment process. Preferred candidates will be required to complete pre-employment screening, including a national police check and misconduct screening. For more information on working with us and our recruitment process, please visit Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Victoria | Jobs (www.dffh.vic.gov.au/jobs) Please apply to submit your interest in this position. • Fri, 31 MayVictorian Government
Executive Director, Service Enhancement » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - THE ROLE Reporting to the Deputy Secretary, Community Operations and Practice Leadership (COPL) you will provide leadership and strategic oversight of priority service enhancements to Victoria's child protection program. The role will involve executive oversight and management of: Support provided to Child Protection Areas and Statewide Services Group via deployment of the Specialist Intervention Unit Development and implementation of service improvement initiatives to enhance outcomes for children and families involved with child protection Decision making and advice regarding business continuity leadership and support across COPL Provision of critical input and consultation to priority child protection projects. ACCOUNTABILITIES INCLUDE Apply strategic, extensive knowledge of community service delivery and associated policy and legislative processes, gained through significant experience in public sector community services, to ensure sound operationalisation of policy across Victoria's child protection, family and care services. Provide effective input into policy and service design as an authoritative source of critical advice. Lead the development of practice guidelines related to the implementation of new initiatives and business improvements for Victoria's family and care services and child protection programs. Please open the position description to read more. COVID-19 VACCINATIONThe department strongly recommends (but does not mandate) that employees maintain their COVID-19 vaccination status in accordance with current ATAGI (Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation) advice, given their individual circumstances. As of June 2023, DFFH does not require evidence of COVID-19 vaccination status. HOW TO APPLY All VPS employees (and ex-VPS employees with extended access to the Jobs and Skills Exchange website) MUST apply via the Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) portal. Applicants are encouraged to apply online. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.Applicants are required to submit a CV and Cover Letter (max 2 pages) outlining their suitability to the role in line with the Key Selection Criteria. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. Work eligibility will be checked as part of the recruitment process. Preferred candidates will be required to complete pre-employment screening, including a national police check and misconduct screening. For more information on working with us and our recruitment process, please visit Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Victoria | Jobs (www.dffh.vic.gov.au/jobs) Please apply to submit your interest in this position. • Fri, 31 MayVictorian Government
Director Office of the Chief Executive » Murdoch, WA - . You can read more about SMHS in our Strategic Plan . The Director has overall responsibility for the management of the... operations of the Office of the Chief Executive, coupled with managing the portfolios of Board Support, Corporate Communications... • Thu, 30 MayGovernment of Western Australia$175753 per year
Executive Director - Integrity and Employee Relations » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - About the Department of Education The Department of Education is committed to providing Queenslanders and their communities with education services that truly stand out. As part of its Equity and Excellence mandate the department is striving to ensure that all Queensland children and young people are confident, creative lifelong learners active in their community. Through its renewed focus on empowering teachers and school leaders, investing in digital innovation, school performance, fostering collaboration between schools and community, and delivering sustainable investment in schools for the future, the department is preparing every student for life in a changing and global world. With a large and geographically dispersed workforce, the critical nature of this position is clear. If you are seeking a role and an employer with purpose, then consider the Department of Education as a unique option. About the Role We are seeking a dynamic Executive Director with strong professional leadership and management capabilities to oversee Integrity and Employee Relations. This role demands an adept leader who can manage a wide range of integrity and employee relations matters, including industrial relations strategy, workplace investigations and conduct advisory, and effective negotiation and stakeholder management. The successful candidate will be instrumental in delivering government priorities and ensuring excellence in client service delivery. Collaboration with both internal and external stakeholders is crucial to this role, as is the ability to provide high-level leadership. Performance will be assessed based on four key accountability perspectives: financial, stakeholder and outcome, internal business, and learning and growth. The Executive Director will lead the efficient use of resource allocations within budget constraints, identifying success and risk factors to ensure high-quality outcomes. Stakeholder management involves engaging with unions and other key stakeholders to drive implementation of certified agreements, drive change initiatives, and deliver best-practice employee relations services. Internally, the role requires leading business improvement strategies, cultural reforms, and providing expert advice to senior executives. Additionally, the Executive Director will embed rigorous risk management models to maintain the department's reputation in a high-profile environment. In terms of learning and growth, the role involves advocating for professionalism, driving organisational transformation, and developing team capabilities. This position reports to the Assistant Director-General, Human Resources, and requires a dedicated individual committed to serving the government and the people of Queensland, with a proven record of leadership in complex organisations across various sectors. The role will suit a candidate who has a strong industrial legal background, large scale leadership and adept at building relationships at multiple levels. How to Apply For further information and to apply please visit: luminarypartners.com.au/ed-deq A brief resume including contact details for 2 referees (referees should have an understanding of your relevant previous work history). General inquiries to luminaryluminarypartners.com.au Confidential inquiries to Jon Hottot, Senior Partner, Luminary, on 0488 420 003 or via email jon.hottotluminarypartners.com.au Luminary is committed to storing and utilising your information in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988. For further information regarding this please visit: https://www.luminarypartners.com.au/privacy-policy We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. • Thu, 30 MayQueensland Government
Executive DIrector Nursing and Midwifery Services » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Metro South Health (MSH) is seeking an outstanding Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery Services (EDNMS) to lead professional excellence across the service. In this highly influential role, you will not only ensure the highest standards of care through the nursing and midwifery workforce, you will also play a key role in contributing to the professional landscape in MSH, Queensland Health and beyond. This pivotal role provides high-level advice to the Chief Executive Officer and Board on all matters related to nursing and midwifery, ensuring a robust governance framework, and maintaining professional standards for over 8,000 nursing and midwifery staff. We are Metro South Health We are the major public healthcare provider for Brisbane's south side, Logan, Redlands and the Scenic Rim. We operate five major hospitals and a range of community, specialty and state-wide healthcare services. We are renowned for teaching and research excellence. We are truly dedicated people who care about our community. We come to work to make a difference. We save lives, changes lives and make the world a better place. We overcome the many challenges that come our way by going above and beyond and achieve the best possible outcomes by working together. We are bold, innovative, collaborative, inspiring. We recognise our strength comes from the diversity of our people and so we encourage people of all genders, ethnicities, ages, abilities, languages, sexual orientation and family responsibilities to apply. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace for our people and our community. We are part of and proud of the community we serve. We are better together. Join us at Metro South Health and be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology, excellence in health care, teaching, research and empowering our people to be the best in serving our community. About the Role The Executive Director, Nursing and Midwifery Services is a key member of the MSH executive team, responsible for strategic leadership, governance, and operational oversight. The appointee will ensure the professional practice framework supports high standards of safety, quality, and functionality, enhancing patient care and organisational excellence. The Executive Director will provide strategic and operational leadership for nursing and midwifery services across MSH, overseeing governance, innovation, education, workforce development, research, recruitment, and retention strategies. Additionally, the EDNMS will play a leadership role in the ongoing development of the nursing and midwifery profession beyond the bounds of MSH, contributing to workforce and professional development strategies at a State, National and International level. The EDNMS ensures compliance with WHS and industrial relations legislation and managing financial and human resources effectively. The appointee will foster relationships with senior stakeholders, government departments, and external partners, implementing robust governance systems to enhance service delivery and professional practice. Additionally, this role will drive strategic planning and performance improvement initiatives, leading the development and execution of nursing and midwifery strategic plans aligned with MSH priorities. About You You are a highly experienced leader with: Extensive experience in a senior leadership role within a large healthcare organisation, with expertise in nursing and midwifery. Strong capabilities in strategic planning, financial management, and governance. Proven ability to build and maintain senior stakeholder relationships and foster organizational growth. Exceptional communication and presentation skills, with a focus on team leadership and high-performance culture. In-depth knowledge of WHS, industrial relations, and professional standards. A commitment to professional excellence, innovation, and continuous improvement. A track record of enabling, or personally leading research in relevant areas. Personal Attributes High integrity and a client-focused approach. Excellent organizational skills and the ability to delegate and monitor work effectively. Strong initiative, resilience, and the ability to influence and inspire others. • Thu, 30 MayQueensland Government
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR HOUSING SOLUTIONS » Melbourne, VIC - . About the role Reporting to the CEO and playing a key role within the senior executive team, the Executive Director Housing... subsidy schemes, the Executive Director Housing Solutions, engages with developers and private capital, to create homes... • Thu, 30 MaySHK
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Executive Director (RoadTek North) » Manoora, Cairns - Job details Position status Contract Position type Full-time Occupational group Executive Classification SES3(Lw) Workplace Location Cairns region,Townsville region,Mackay region,Rockhampton region Job ad reference QLD/567333/24 Closing date 07-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 5 years with possible extension Contact person Dean Helm Contact details Phone: (07) 3066 5382 Access the National Relay Service As Executive Director (North) you will: provide leadership and strategic direction in the provision of program and project management for the asset management, construction, rehabilitation and maintenance of all types of roads, structures (including bridges), other civil works elements and responding to disruptive events. provide state-wide leadership and be a contributing member of the RoadTek Leadership Team. As a senior executive, your performance will be assessed according to a number of key accountability perspectives, including financial, stakeholder and outcome, internal business and learning and growth. To thrive in this role, you will need to demonstrate the following: extensive experience across the public, private and/or not for profit sector, a strong background in strategy and policy implementation, service delivery, and client service, a proven track record as an agent of change in challenging environments and in fostering a confident and capable workforce. This role reports to the General Manager (RoadTek) and has 7 direct reports - Operations Manager (Cairns), Operations Manager (North Queensland), Operations Manager (Mackay), Operations Manager (Central Queensland), Principal Manager (Structures Management Services), Construction Manager (RoadTek North), Administration Coordinator (RoadTek North). Conditions A criminal history check and declaration of interests will be undertaken prior to appointment to the role. The location of this position is negotiable from the following locations: Cairns, Townsville, Rockhampton or Mackay. Desirable Requirements Proven experience in Engineering, Construction, Project and Program Management, Proven experience in People Leadership and Performance Management, Proven experience in Business Management. Why work for RoadTek? Attractive renumeration package Flexible working arrangements can be negotiated Employee Assistance Program Awards and Recognition Programs For more information about the role, and for who to contact, please refer to the role description. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567333/24 Closing Date: Friday, 07 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. applicant-guide (PDF, 306KB) 567333-24 Role Description (Word, 520KB) • Wed, 29 MayQueensland Government
Executive Director (RoadTek North) » Australia - Job details Position status Contract Position type Full-time Occupational group Executive Classification SES3(Lw) Workplace Location Cairns region,Townsville region,Mackay region,Rockhampton region Job ad reference QLD/567333/24 Closing date 07-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 5 years with possible extension Contact person Dean Helm Contact details Phone: (07) 3066 5382 Access the National Relay Service As Executive Director (North) you will: provide leadership and strategic direction in the provision of program and project management for the asset management, construction, rehabilitation and maintenance of all types of roads, structures (including bridges), other civil works elements and responding to disruptive events. provide state-wide leadership and be a contributing member of the RoadTek Leadership Team. As a senior executive, your performance will be assessed according to a number of key accountability perspectives, including financial, stakeholder and outcome, internal business and learning and growth. To thrive in this role, you will need to demonstrate the following: extensive experience across the public, private and/or not for profit sector, a strong background in strategy and policy implementation, service delivery, and client service, a proven track record as an agent of change in challenging environments and in fostering a confident and capable workforce. This role reports to the General Manager (RoadTek) and has 7 direct reports - Operations Manager (Cairns), Operations Manager (North Queensland), Operations Manager (Mackay), Operations Manager (Central Queensland), Principal Manager (Structures Management Services), Construction Manager (RoadTek North), Administration Coordinator (RoadTek North). Conditions A criminal history check and declaration of interests will be undertaken prior to appointment to the role. The location of this position is negotiable from the following locations: Cairns, Townsville, Rockhampton or Mackay. Desirable Requirements Proven experience in Engineering, Construction, Project and Program Management, Proven experience in People Leadership and Performance Management, Proven experience in Business Management. Why work for RoadTek? Attractive renumeration package Flexible working arrangements can be negotiated Employee Assistance Program Awards and Recognition Programs For more information about the role, and for who to contact, please refer to the role description. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567333/24 Closing Date: Friday, 07 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. applicant-guide (PDF, 306KB) 567333-24 Role Description (Word, 520KB) • Wed, 29 MayQueensland Government
Executive Director (RoadTek North) » Townsville Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Contract Position type Full-time Occupational group Executive Classification SES3(Lw) Workplace Location Cairns region,Townsville region,Mackay region,Rockhampton region Job ad reference QLD/567333/24 Closing date 07-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 5 years with possible extension Contact person Dean Helm Contact details Phone: (07) 3066 5382 Access the National Relay Service As Executive Director (North) you will: provide leadership and strategic direction in the provision of program and project management for the asset management, construction, rehabilitation and maintenance of all types of roads, structures (including bridges), other civil works elements and responding to disruptive events. provide state-wide leadership and be a contributing member of the RoadTek Leadership Team. As a senior executive, your performance will be assessed according to a number of key accountability perspectives, including financial, stakeholder and outcome, internal business and learning and growth. To thrive in this role, you will need to demonstrate the following: extensive experience across the public, private and/or not for profit sector, a strong background in strategy and policy implementation, service delivery, and client service, a proven track record as an agent of change in challenging environments and in fostering a confident and capable workforce. This role reports to the General Manager (RoadTek) and has 7 direct reports - Operations Manager (Cairns), Operations Manager (North Queensland), Operations Manager (Mackay), Operations Manager (Central Queensland), Principal Manager (Structures Management Services), Construction Manager (RoadTek North), Administration Coordinator (RoadTek North). Conditions A criminal history check and declaration of interests will be undertaken prior to appointment to the role. The location of this position is negotiable from the following locations: Cairns, Townsville, Rockhampton or Mackay. Desirable Requirements Proven experience in Engineering, Construction, Project and Program Management, Proven experience in People Leadership and Performance Management, Proven experience in Business Management. Why work for RoadTek? Attractive renumeration package Flexible working arrangements can be negotiated Employee Assistance Program Awards and Recognition Programs For more information about the role, and for who to contact, please refer to the role description. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567333/24 Closing Date: Friday, 07 June 2024 Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. applicant-guide (PDF, 306KB) 567333-24 Role Description (Word, 520KB) • Wed, 29 MayQueensland Government
Executive Director of Australian Forest and Wood Innovations » Tasmania - Provide transformational leadership Drive productive collaboration with stakeholders. Foster a positive workplace culture by inspiring people to take action The Opportunity In this mission critical role, you will lead the operations ... • Tue, 28 MayUniversity of Tasmania
Program Director (ERP SAP), Transformation Director » Brisbane, QLD - to transforming business operations. The Program Director will advise and provide recommendations to executive-level decision-makers... journey ahead. The Program Director will create and lead an ERP SAP multi-year enterprise-wide program that will result in... • Tue, 28 MayPage Executive
Senior Executive Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Your key accountabilities The core capability requirements for this role are: - Monitor, research, analyse and provide advice on the development and implementation of strategic and operational performance to enable continuous organisational improvement, including managing outcomes- Research, develop, implement and evaluate appropriate strategies, plans, policies and procedures that support corporate and operational activities towards organisational development and to effectively meet day-to-day service delivery demands.- Compose, critically review and edit ministerial correspondence, briefing notes, submissions and other documentation for approval by the Executive Director.- Coordinate the flow of correspondence and documents, from internal and external stakeholders at all levels, to meet necessary deadlines- Work proactively and collaboratively with team members to maximise the efficiency and effectiveness of systems, procedures and workflows operating within the office of the Executive Director.- Where required, plan, coordinate, undertake and evaluate organisational improvement activities including staff performance, development and resources- Prepare reports and present submissions on behalf of the Executive Director on performance management, organisational improvement, and community engagement strategies.- Support the Executive Director to meet management responsibilities associated with their portfolio. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Tue, 28 MayQueensland Government
Executive Assistant to Managing Director » Melbourne, VIC - About the role This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced and professional Executive Assistant to support the... Managing Director of a Melbourne founded property developer, management and investment organisation. This role is highly varied... • Mon, 27 MaySharp & Carter$90000 - 100000 per year
Executive Director Office of Homelessness » Australia - Executive Director Office of Homelessness Division: Housing and Homelessness Position No: 014297 Salary: PSCSAA 2022, Class 1, $187,183 per annum Work Type: Fixed Term - Full Time Location: Perth Metropolitan Area Closing Date: 2024-06-07 4:00 PM (YYYY-MM-DD) More than just a job The Department of Communities brings together the services and functions of disability services, child protection and family support, housing, community initiatives and regional services reform. The work we do at Communities is meaningful and important - impacting some of the most vulnerable people and communities across the State. We support five Ministers spanning 10 ministerial portfolios and are responsible for bringing together vital services that support children, young people, families and communities to grow and, ultimately, to thrive. If you're looking for more than just a job, then read on. The Opportunity This position is responsible for oversighting the implementation of All Paths Lead to a Home: Western Australia's 10-Year Strategy on Homelessness 2020-2030 (the Strategy) which is a whole-of-community plan, setting the direction for all levels of government, business and the community sector in responding to and preventing homelessness in Western Australia. This includes programs of work related to three primary functions. Strategic Policy Development and Implementation System Stewardship, partnerships, and commissioning Coordination of responses, advice, and inter-departmental efforts Further details can be found within the attached JDF. Details This full time, Senior Executive Service appointment is for a period of up to 5 years with possibility of extension and will be based primarily in Fremantle; however, will be expected to travel to the Perth Department of Communities Stirling Street Office frequently as well as travel to meet with regional staff and service providers. An Executive Search may be conducted as part of this selection process. This position requires applicants to consent to an integrity check and declare any interests. Declaration of interests are to be provided in the form found below and attached to your application. The attached Form (JDF) provides more information about the position. For further information we encourage you to contact Leon McIvor, Deputy Director General, Housing and Homelessness, on mobile 0467 815 588. Join the Department of Communities Apply online by clicking the ' • Mon, 27 MayWestern Australia Government
Executive Director Quality and Clinical Innovation » Australia - Job Description Report directly to the Chief Executive Brilliant opportunity to provide strategic leadership and direction to Ambulance Victoria's Quality and Clinical Innovation 3-year fixed-term hybrid position At Ambulance Victoria (AV) we are proud to share our commitment to save and improve lives by providing outstanding care for our patients. It is our promise to every patient and sits at the heart of everything we do. No matter what role you play in delivering our critical services to the Victorian public, you join an organisation dedicated to bringing a vision of ‘Outstanding emergency health care every time' to life. About the position Ambulance Victoria is currently seeking a suitably experienced senior leader in the position of Executive Director Quality and Clinical Innovation. A key member of the Executive and working closely with the Chief Executive, this position will provide a high level of strategic leadership and direction to AV's Quality and Clinical Innovation to define the strategic direction of the division and deliver innovation to provide the best possible level of care for every patient, every time. With an ability to effectively lead the Quality and Clinical Innovation division, drive cultural transformation and foster teamwork and connection, this position will be critical to – Contributing, as a member of the Executive, to the development and implementation of AV's strategic plan and objectives. Driving the integration of innovation into all practices across the organisation and to embed clinical innovation, improvement, and research translation to enhance clinical outcomes and experience for patients. Leading and directing AV's Clinical Governance framework, Best Care, to ensure it is delivered and supported across the organisation enabling various certifications and accreditations. Collaborating at a senior level, to develop and implement an integrated clinical governance system aimed at enhancing patient care for the delivery of measurable improvements in clinical outcomes and patient experiences. Positioning AV in the health and emergency service systems as experts in patient-focussed emergency/pre-hospital healthcare to the Victorian community. Providing open and effective leadership to build a high-performance, collaborative culture that fosters continuous improvement and professional development. Leading and contributing to a safe, lawful, and respectful workplace culture through the modelling of ethical and positive behaviours consistent with the AV values. About you Suited to highly motivated and strategic senior leader, the successful applicant will possess – Tertiary or post graduate qualifications in a relevant healthcare discipline to understand and perform technical and/or clinical aspects of the role. Advanced understanding of clinical quality and patient safety principles together with a technical understanding of compliance and regulatory frameworks relevant to AV at a senior level, including proven experience in developing and maintaining quality systems and clinical governance frameworks. Proven experience and capacity to contribute to the innovative delivery of high-quality patient outcomes, education, and training within a clinical environment. Experience in driving and implementing strategic cultural, organisational, and transformational change and a commitment to build a responsive, future focused and contemporary culture at a senior level. A sound understanding of the principles and practices for delivery of patient safety and consumer experience programs, with experience applying a patient-centred lens to the design and delivery of services and workforce learning and development. A high level of communication with an ability to build and maintain relationships and influence, negotiate, and generate buy-in with a range of stakeholders, both internal and external. A coaching, mentoring and leadership approach to motivate, encourage, and support teams across the employee lifecycle. This position will be a 3-year fixed-term position. Hybrid working options are available however it is essential that the successful applicant maintains a presence at our Doncaster headquarters and across the state. Working at AV As a valued member of AV, you will enjoy a professional working environment that recognises the importance of work/life balance. Although there will be a requirement to maintain a presence at Headquarters, flexible working arrangements are available and will be discussed with the successful applicant. We offer salary packaging options, generous personal leave entitlements, and other benefits including free on-site parking. Successful applicants will need to have received the healthcare mandated Influenza and COVID-19 vaccinations and be willing to complete executive pre-employment screening including Misconduct and Police Checks in line with Executive Probity requirements. By applying for this position with Ambulance Victoria, you agree to undertake an assessment of any Secondary Employment or outside interests, in line with AV's Secondary Employment procedure. This is required to ensure there is no perceived or actual conflict of interest for AV should you be successful and commence in the position. How to apply For any queries, please contact Danielle Bourke, Lead, Recruitment and Selection via phone - 0417 374 824 or email – Danielle.bourkeambulance.vic.gov.au Your application will form an integral part of the selection process and should be of a high quality including: A resume A covering letter A statement (maximum one page) advising on - Your interest in the position How your skills and experience to date would set you up for success in this position What you anticipate your impact will be in the position. Please note - there is no requirement to address the key selection criteria. We request that your application for the Executive Director Quality and Clinical Innovation is forwarded by 11.59pm AEDT Sunday 16 June 2024 by clicking on ‘apply online'. At all levels of our organisation, a diverse and inclusive workforce allows us to deliver Best Care to the Victorian community, and helps create a healthier, more productive workplace for our people. We welcome applications from people of all ages, genders, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, religious beliefs, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with a disability and people who are diverse in gender and sexuality. • Sun, 26 MayAmbulance Victoria
Executive Assistant » Sydney, Sydney Region - Hudson have got an exciting opportunity for an APS5 Executive Assistant role in the Federal Government. Intial 12 month non ongoing with the view to extend past this. Hybrid working arrangement Located near Sydney CBD. Key Accountabilities: Proactively support the Executive Director and Senior Directors by undertaking front of office functions, receiving and responding to phone calls, emails and correspondence, using initiative and discretion to prioritise tasks and actions under limited guidance. Ensure that the Executive Director and Senior Directors are aware of significant issues that require a timely response and that requests for urgent information and correspondence are actioned in a reasonable timeframe. Manage the Executive Director's and Senior Directors diary to meet business priorities and competing deadlines. Assist the Executive Director and Senior Directors to prepare for meetings and appointments by understanding the purpose of the meeting and arranging for the necessary documents to be available prior to the meeting in a timely manner. Conduct research and draft briefings, reports and documents as required. Work closely with the Executive Director, Senior Directors and Executive Officer to develop appropriate systems, procedures and controls to enhance the accuracy and timeliness of workflow and tasks within the Branch, with an aim for continuous improvement. Work closely with the Executive Director, Senior Directors and Executive Officer to identify business priorities and actively support the Branch's strategic direction and relationships. Anticipate, organise, schedule, and coordinate all travel arrangements and accommodation for the Executive Director and Senior Directors and manage the supporting documentation in a manner that is consistent with the Commission's policies and procedures Ensure Commission policies and processes are followed in the development of documents, including procurement and recruitment activities. Coordinating, drafting and sending weekly messages to Branch staff, and drafting other Branch communications as required Manage stakeholder requirements and expectations, room bookings and secretariat support for meetings, including compiling the agenda, disseminating papers, taking minutes and following up actions. Coordinate, track and respond as appropriate to incoming correspondence. Work as part of a high performing team to facilitate and support effective communication amongst Commission executives. Establish strong working relationships across all offices. Essential Requirements: Previous experience proving high level support to an Executive Director or Senior Directors Previous experience in a government or similar administrative setting is desirable. Demonstrated organisational skills at a high level to provide day to day administrative support to the Executive Director and Senior Directors Knowledge, or the ability to quickly acquire knowledge of the role and functions of the Commission to support business priorities. Demonstrated ability to work in productive partnership to optimise performance and achieve business results. Ability to work with broad supervision, and to identify priorities to meet competing deadlines. Effective written communication skills, including the ability to draft various forms of documents and correspondence, and concisely summarise information. Ability to communicate with influence and work collaboratively to resolve complex issues. If interested please reach out to sophie.kellyhudson.com • Sat, 25 MayHudson Australia
EA to Executive Director Corporate Operations Group » New South Wales - opportunity exists for an experienced Executive Assistant to provide comprehensive executive assistance to the Executive Director.... Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: To provide comprehensive executive assistance to the Executive Director... • Fri, 24 MayDFP Recruitment
Executive Director Community Services » Cairns, QLD - . As the Executive Director of Community Services, you will lead and manage our Community Services Department, ensuring high... Executive Officer, you will oversee operations, financial planning, and service development, ensuring compliance with statutory... • Fri, 24 MayTorres Strait Island Regional Council
Senior Policy Officers and Assistant Directors, APS Level 6 and Executive Level 1, National Measurement Institute » Canberra, ACT - for additional information on how to apply. Contact Information For more information on the Assistant Director roles... • Fri, 24 MayDepartment of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
Non-Executive Director » Sefton Park, Port Adelaide Area - Board Opportunities Lutheran Care is seeking applications to fill multiple Board vacancies. As a faith based, community services organisation, they are seeking potential Board members who: Are aligned with the mission, purpose and values of the organisation and the Lutheran Church of Australia (LCA) Have sufficient understanding of financial reports and governance to operate effectively as a Non-Executive Director Can commit to attending one board meeting a month including having availability to read Board papers prior to the meeting Willing and able to participate as a sub-committee member if and as required Ideally, the Board are looking for people who bring experience or knowledge of one or more of the following: Knowledge of the community services sector Experience with Government relations Sound commercial acumen with experience in business management Previous Board experience AICD or similar governance training Applications from LCA congregational members are highly desirable. These are voluntary, non-remunerated positions. About Lutheran Care Lutheran Care provides community services on behalf of the LCA in South Australia and Northern Territory, responding to the needs of individuals and families, community development, learning opportunities, accommodation and support. Current programs include emergency relief, financial counselling, family support and education, foster care, housing and family shelter, and refugee services. Much of their work aims to address disadvantage with the belief that everybody has the right to access the opportunities, support and services they need to lead a safe and fulfilling life. Beyond working to have a lasting, positive impact on people's lives Lutheran Care is determined to build hope, understanding and drive long term systematic change. A warm, open organisation that welcomes and embraces people of all cultures, sexual orientations, gender identities, belief systems and circumstances, Lutheran Care's values are social justice, compassion, inclusion and commitment. Lutheran Care is committed to reconciliation and improving outcomes and opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Lutheran Care supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across many programmes in SA & NT, with a strong Central Australia focus. Further information on Lutheran Care's programs and services can be found at: https://www.lutherancare.org.au/ Application Process Enquiries can be made, in the first instance via email at humanshumanologyrecruit.com.au. To apply, please click on the Apply button, upload a Board CV and answer the questions that follow. We will continue to advertise these vacancies until they are all appointed. You will be advised of the status of your application as it progresses. • Fri, 24 MayHumanology
Executive Director, Occupational Licensing and Associations » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - Provide strategic leadership of the regulatory environment and activities and stakeholder engagement in Occupational Licencing and with the Associations Act. An Executive contract of up to 4 years may be offered. • Thu, 23 MayNorthern Territory Government
Executive Director - Housing and Communities, Central Region » Alice Springs Area, Darwin Region - Provide high level expert advice and strategic leadership to the Housing and Communities portfolio of the Department of Territory Families, Housing and Communities in the Central Australia region to ensure the quality service delivery for the agency’s Housing and Communities functions in the Central Australian Region. nAn Executive contract up to 4 years may be offered. • Wed, 22 MayNorthern Territory Government
Monash Health - Executive Director People and Culture » Melbourne, VIC - . About the role Reporting to the CE, and a key member of the Executive Leadership Team, this role has executive accountability... your network: For a confidential discussion on this role please contact: arcus Engeman, Deputy Managing Director Jessica... • Tue, 21 MayAlumni Global
Non-Executive Director - Identified position » Melbourne, VIC - Seeking a collaborative First Nations Non-Executive Director to join Australia's peak body focussed on ending male... Director Opportunity: No to Violence is seeking a First Nations Board Director who will champion the purpose, vision, values... • Tue, 21 MayBeaumont People
Executive Director, Sydney Catholic Schools » Sydney, NSW - , and emotional growth of each student. SCS is seeking an accomplished Executive Director to lead its educational mission in... collaboration with the Archbishop of Sydney and Board of Sydney Catholic Schools Limited. The Executive Director will champion SCS... • Tue, 21 MayKorn Ferry
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE MANAGING DIRECTOR - CASUAL - ONE DAY A WEEK » Kingsford, NSW - Executive Assistant to the Managing Director, you will play a pivotal role in supporting the day-to-day operations and strategic... to impacting the lives of children and families around the world inspire you? Then we should talk! We’re looking for an Executive... • Tue, 21 MayThe Deep Swim School
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF PRIMARY CARE SERVICES » Gorae West, Glenelg Area - Ongoing Full-Time – 76 hours per fortnight Available now An exciting and rewarding opportunity is available for a suitably qualified candidate to become the Director of Primary Care Services at Portland District Health. In this role you will provide strategic and operational leadership for all services, programs and people that comprise the division: Primary Care Service and ensure the development and provision of high-quality and comprehensive health care services in accordance with Portland District Health (PDH) strategic plan, policies, procedures, and budget to achieve the best in health for our communities. You are responsible to lead, direct, plan and manage the physical, human, and financial sources of the division: Primary Care Service to ensure the effective and efficient provision of high-quality and comprehensive health care services, in line with the organisational objectives, corporate and business plans of the PDH and with the policy directions of Victorian Department of Health. About you: Relevant Tertiary qualification or equivalent experience working in a public health related field. Post graduate qualification in management or leadership. Exceptional leadership skills and demonstrated change management ability to drive a culture of achievement of organisational objectives. Extensive knowledge of issues and policies affecting community-based health services in Victoria. Demonstrated ability to develop internal /external partnerships that support delivery of range of health services. Demonstrated ability to successfully manage a medium sized operating budget and complex and contentious issues, with high-level critical thinking and sound decision making. Please click here to view Position Description. About us: Portland District Health (PDH) provides an integrated health service for the community. The hospital was established in 1856 on the current site and now provides a comprehensive range of services that include: Hospital based Medical and Surgical services, Medical Imaging (Radiology), Pharmacy and Pathology A 24/7 Urgent Care Centre for emergency treatment Residential aged care for 30 residents at Harbourside Lodge An extensive range of primary and community services for the local community PDH delivers services from a single campus, employs around 470 staff with an FTE of approximately 290, and has an active volunteer workforce. The People and Culture Unit sits within the Corporate Services Directorate, with other Units including Finance, Building Services, Food Services, Environmental Services, Executive Support, Administration and Health Information. Additional Benefits: Salary Packaging Ongoing training and professional development opportunities Social Club Free parking GMHBA health insurance corporate rate Flexible working conditions Employee Assistance program Wellbeing Initiatives The Region – Glenelg Shire : Appreciate the beautiful surroundings of the Glenelg Shire, trek the Great South West Walk, Bridgewater Bay’s rugged coastline, or explore Budj Bim (a World Heritage site) and Mount Richmond National Park. Affordable coastal, rural and low density urban housing, a choice or private and public primary and secondary school makes Portland an ideal place to work, live and raise a family. To find out more about Portland visit the Glenelg Shire and I Am Portland websites. How to apply: Applications are through PDH website and must include: A letter which tells us who you are and why you should be our next team member. Look at the selection criteria in the position description for some ideas. A resume outlining your education, experience and work related achievements. We are looking to see if your employment and experience have set you up with skills needed to be successful in this role. Details of at least two professional referees. We will be calling them and asking them a wide range of questions about how you performed as an employee in your past roles. They need to be able to provide feedback on your performance. Applications from employment agencies may be submitted, however, PDH will not accept liability for the agency costs and fees. The successful applicant will be required to be eligible for and undergo the following: Police Record Check Current Victorian Working with Children's' check Current Immunisation status. This role must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and meet the requirements of the Portland District Health Immunisation Policy. Portland District Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to patient safety and promoting fairness, equity and diversity in the workplace. We are committed to providing positive employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and welcome employment applications from candidates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background. • Sun, 19 MayPORTLAND DISTRICT HEALTH
Executive Assistant to Director of Medical Services - Griffith » Australia - thinking skills and are passionate. The Executive Assistant to the Director of Medical Services, Griffith Base Hospital... of cultural treasures. Contact Ellie Pietroboni, Executive Assistant to Director of Medical Services on 02 6969 5505... • Thu, 16 MayNSW Health$77623.75 - 79458.87 per year
Executive Director, Strategic Policy Coordination » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - Coordinate and lead the development, implementation and evaluation of complex and strategic policy and reforms that support local and national justice priorities and drive positive change in the public interest. The role will drive collaboration across the agency and more broadly across the NT Government and with relevant external stakeholders. It will also consider policy and reform design to support achievement of the Aboriginal Justice Agreement. An Executive contract of up to 4 years may be offered. • Wed, 15 MayNorthern Territory Government
Expressions of Interest: Non-Executive Director » Glebe, NSW - Scope is now accepting expressions of interest for an experienced and qualified Company Director who can guide... • Wed, 15 MayScope Australia
Executive Director Quality & External Products, APAC » Fawkner, VIC - : We have an exciting leadership position available in our Supply Chain Quality function. Reporting to the Executive Director, Global... Quality Operations, this Executive Director of Quality and External Products, APAC leadership role will base in our Fawkner... • Wed, 15 MaySealed Air
Executive Director Quality & External Products, APAC » Fawkner, VIC - : We have an exciting leadership position available in our Supply Chain Quality function. Reporting to the Executive Director, Global... Quality Operations, this Executive Director of Quality and External Products, APAC leadership role will base in our Fawkner... • Wed, 15 MaySealed Air
Executive Director, Business Development & Client Solutions » Australia - About the Company Our client is a distinguished player in global investment management, esteemed for its commitment to academic rigour, intellectual integrity, and collaborative spirit. They are in search of a Business Development Profe... • Wed, 15 MayKaizen Recruitment
Executive Director, Business Development & Client Solutions » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Join a global leader in innovative investments as an Executive Director, conveying strategies and performance to Australian investors. About the Company Our client is a distinguished player in global investment management, esteemed for its commitment to academic rigour, intellectual integrity, and collaborative spirit. They are in search of a Business Development Professional tasked with effectively communicating investment strategies to institutional and wealth channel investors in the southern Australian region. You will be collaborating closely with internal departments to ensure superior client service and satisfaction within the business development team based in Melbourne. Key Responsibilities Drive new business development and nurture client relationships in Australia; Shape business strategy, contributing to product development and new initiatives; Engage in consultative discussions, advising clients on tailored solutions; Master investment strategies, articulating confidently across various products; Contribute to thought leadership through white papers and industry research; AND Stay abreast of industry trends, leveraging internal resources to remain relevant. Technical Skills & Qualifications Tertiary qualifications in any relevant field, CFA and/or relevant Masters are highly regarded; 10 or more years’ experience working in asset or investment management; A trusted advisor within institutional and consultant networks; Proactive with an entrepreneurial mindset for opportunity spotting; Expertise in end-to-end sales process and relationship management; Proficient in promoting active equity and liquid alternative strategies; Skilled at persuading sophisticated investors with tailored solutions; Flourishes in both independent and team settings; Empathetic listener, offering innovative insights; AND Adaptable, intellectually sharp, and decisive communicator. If you are interested in learning more about this position, please contact Jack Brown on 0421 009 630 / jackkaizenrecruitment.com.au at Kaizen Recruitment or apply via the attached link. SCR-jack-brown • Tue, 14 MayKaizen Recruitment
PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF TEACHING AND LEARNING » Salisbury East, SA - Tyndale Christian School (SA) PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF TEACHING AND LEARNING Permanent Position... into a key role supporting our Executive Director of Teaching and Learning. Join our passionate team and play a pivotal part in... • Sun, 12 May
Executive Director, Werribee Mercy Hospital - Mercy Health » Werribee, VIC - The Executive Director Werribee Mercy Hospital is a key operational leader responsible for a range of integrated health... strategic initiatives and programs at Werribee Mercy Hospital (WMH). The Executive Director of Werribee Mercy Hospital is the... • Fri, 10 MayAlumni Global
Contaminated Land, Technical Executive/Director » Perth CBD, Perth - WSP has one of the largest Contaminated Land teams in Western Australia. Our great team culture, reputation and highly regarded technical leaders allow us to tackle interesting and complex projects for our clients while ensuring our team members work on rewarding and technically challenging projects. We have strong growth ambitions for the team and are looking for two senior Technical Executives/Directors with Mining, Transport & Infrastructure or Oil & Gas sector expertise to be a part of our journey. As a senior leader, you will be responsible for bringing our significant growth aspirations to life through a sector lead approach to market engagement. You will drive technical excellence, innovation, and client satisfaction within your market sector, while nurturing a culture of continuous growth and development within the team. We offer a hybrid work arrangement, with the opportunity to work from our Perth office and remotely for 2-3 days per week, as desired. What you'll do Scope and lead projects with a range of complexity and scale Conduct technical quality reviews and provide sign-off Act as a mentor and coach to help develop the technical capabilities within the team Drive market share growth for our Contaminated Land and Water business within the Mining, Transport & Infrastructure or Oil & Gas sector Personally develop and manage client relationships, and oversee pursuit prioritisation Oversee of marketing, communications, and client engagement activities that align with growth initiatives, sector strategies and strategic pursuits Lead and foster a continually improving safety culture Drive collaboration across all Environmental disciplines with WSP in WA, Australia and across our global Contaminated Land and Water professional network About you You will have deep experience in providing technical leadership and strategic advice to clients while leading multiple high profile contaminated sites projects, with typically 10 years' experience overseeing field programs, with a focus on the Mining, Transport & Infrastructure or Oil & Gas sector. In addition, you bring the following experience and attributes: Exceptional understanding of the structure and application of the WA contaminated land regulatory framework Experience in leading subcontractors on multiple sites in both assessment and remediation activities Competent in identifying and managing risk on substantial projects Experience in managing, tracking and meeting client funding and related targets Proven ability in building the client-centricity capability of others and transferring expertise within an organisation Experience in developing and implementing major/strategic client relationship plans Experience in a formal leadership role, ideally at an executive level Compelling leadership style with the ability to inspire, motivate, encourage and influence others through a socially impactful style About WSP WSP is one of the world's leading engineering professional services firms, bringing together approximately 6,000 talented people across 15 offices in Australia. We are technical experts who design and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer Future Ready projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come. At WSP, we want you to embrace your curiosity and work in a culture celebrating different perspectives. With access to global scale and reach, you'll connect with the brightest minds in the field to make the best work of your life. An employee Share Purchase Plan is available to all our permanent employees who wish to become owners and vested partners in WSP's collective success. To find out more about our commitment to the health and wellbeing of our people, and the programs we've designed to help you thrive, go to our use Employee Benefits page. Think this could be the opportunity for you? Apply now to begin your journey with WSP. WSP. With us, you can. • Fri, 10 MayWSP
Executive Director, Investment and Commissioning » Brisbane, QLD - to support the most vulnerable in the community. Reporting to the Deputy Director-General, you will lead a skilled team dedicated... • Thu, 09 MayEden Ritchie Recruitment

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