Join a not for profit health organisation based in Parkville in a newly created Project Lead role | Be a part of delivering statewide strategic plans improving community health outcomes. The ability to proactively develop relationships with stakeholders, excellent time management and planning skills is essential for success in this role.
Contribute to the continuous improvement of healthcare outcomes
Deliver strategic plans to internal stakeholders, previous project management experience is essential
Fixed term contract until March 2024, Immediate start date, generous salary packaging benefits, close to public transport
Reporting to the Director of Strategy, Implementation & Engagement, the Project Lead will play a key role in supporting the transition of the Priority Primary Care Centre data.
Develop a workplan for the transition of current state Primary Care reporting to the future state which aligns with Government requirements.
Liaise with internal and external Data Groups to receive feedback on the proposed workplan, identifying impacts, considerations and refinements required.
Monitor the progress of the project, recognising barriers and issues, and suggest and action agreed effective solutions.
Work with the Statewide Primary Care Commissioning Lead to develop key operational, procedural and project documentation, including guidance to Centres on required changes to workflows.
Provide updates to the Senior Leadership team and operate in a flexible manner that recognises shared organisational objectives.
Contribute to the consistent use and continuous improvement of project management processes, documentation and tools.
The successful candidate will:
5+ years of experience or formal qualifications in a relevant field.
Demonstrate experience in strategic and operational planning.
Proven ability to develop and manage planning, performance, and evaluation processes.
Excellent written and analytical skills, including producing reports for senior audiences.
Demonstrated experience in project management and ability to deliver desired outcomes to a particular deadline
Evidence working on successful outcomes with a collaborative approach and ensuring participation and engagement in projects
Excellent stakeholder engagement, communication and managing multiple deadlines
Culture & Benefits:
Join this forward thinking, collaborative and engaging team whose focus is to both improve community wellbeing
Generous paid parental leave for primary and secondary carers
Newly Introduced Life Leave - up to 4 days of paid leave a year for cultural celebrations, family events, or your birthday
Additional paid leave at Christmas/NY
Can apply for additional purchased leave (48/52)
Fun social club and health and wellbeing activities
Please note you will need to obtain a police check and working with children’s check for this role before commencing this role.
If this sounds interesting or you would like to hear more, please contact me at email@example.com or simply apply online with your CV, including a cover letter.
At Charterhouse, we embrace, and value, diversity of culture, working arrangements, sexual orientation, and gender identity. On behalf of our client, we promote a workplace that actively seeks to include and welcome unique contributions of all people; to embrace and celebrate the value of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, their skills and contributions to the workplace.