Take the next step in your career in this busy regional location
- Significant redesign and change management opportunity
- Join a multidisciplinary team in a newly redeveloped hospital
- Maintain strong clinical component
This is an opportunity to work with a multidisciplinary team to comprehensively manage Goulburn Hospital's critically ill patients. Utilising your strong management experience, you will collaborate with the Executive and Senior Management team to provide clinical leadership and drive a high-quality ICU.
Goulburn currently operates a level 3 ICU. With the support of the Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI) in NSW, the hospital will move to a closed-model, Level 4 ICU.
You will lead and educate a stable team, maintain relationships with local tertiary hospitals, and use your skills in service development to achieve departmental accreditation.
Your role will be mainly clinical, with 20% administrative duties.
Keys to success
This role will suit someone who has experience as a senior staff member in a regional ICU; enjoys leadership; relationship building; has strong clinical knowledge and an ability to engage staff across all disciplines. You will be a natural leader, educator and skilled communicator, engaged in building capacity of service through effective relationships and recognition of the existing talent within the team. You will be motivated, have enthusiasm and personal drive, with an ability to set clear direction.
Serving a catchment population of 35,000 this 102 bed hospital provides a wide range of care for the local community. These include intensive care, paediatric, dialysis, radiology services, oncology, rehabilitation, community and allied health services. The facility has a modern, 24 hour emergency department which has over 17,500 presentations annually alongside more than 11,000 admissions to the hospital. Recently awarded funding of $120 million, the facility will continue to grow and develop to meet the needs of the expanding community well into the future.
Located in Southern NSW, this town has a rich agricultural history. With cattle farms and cafes within minutes of each other, you will soon fall in love with this relaxed and welcoming community. With all the big city amenities such as fine dining restaurants and shops, you will enjoy your downtime exploring markets, B&B?s and wineries throughout the surrounding regions. The city also boasts a range of educational options across all levels. An easy drive from Sydney or Canberra, and accessible via train, this town is a short distance to many regional attractions, making your new home a perfect base for friends and family to visit.
You will hold Fellowship with the College of Intensive Care Medicine of Australia and New Zealand or equivalent with experience in Australia or a country with a comparable health care system including the United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa, Canada or the USA and be eligible for registration with AHPRA.