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April

Capability Manager

NSW Health - Chatswood, NSW

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Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

Partnering with health agencies and industry to deliver patient-centred care.

Be part of realising the vision of a digitally enabled and integrated health system delivering patient-centred health experiences and quality health outcomes.

Employment Type: Permanent Full Time

Position Classification: Health Manager Level 5

Remuneration: $150,581.39 - $168,838.00 per annum (excl 9.5% super)

Hours Per Week: 40

Location: Chatswood

Requisition ID: REQ223967

eHealth NSW has exciting new opportunities for achievement focused Capability Managers to join the Program Delivery Directorate. Throughout 2021, Program Delivery will move to a new way of working with the implementation of a centralised operating model that will see discipline-based teams formed and led by dedicated Capability Managers. These management roles will be hired progressively as the new operating model is established over the next 12 months.

Program Delivery is leading the way in grouping together in the new Program Delivery Capability Practice which includes five distinct Capability Areas housing resources with similar skillsets and deployed to projects to support the delivery of high quality services centred around our customers. Not only will it contemporise its workforce, it also offers many benefits to both eHealth NSW and our highly skilled specialist staff. The five Capability Areas which sit under the new Program Delivery Capability Practice include Business Analysis, Solution Architecture, Testing, Change and Adoption, and Program and Program Management.

As the Capability Manager you will be an experienced people manager who will be responsible for collaborating and partnering with leaders, to optimise the deployment of our resources as well as establish clear development pathways for individuals in their Capability Area. You will inspire and manage the performance of the Capability Area staff to continuously improve and develop their capabilities, enhancing the overall workforce as specialists in a Health Information Communication Technology (ICT).

This role will be responsible for developing the discipline as a centre of excellence and ensure consistency of innovative standardised methodologies and tools across the Directorate.

Why should you apply?

Be part of a constructive, collaborative and supportive team culture

Take advantage of a range of training and talent programs

Enjoy discounted gym rates, corporate private health insurance rates & free flu vaccination

Benefits such as salary packaging and salary sacrifice to superannuation

About You

To be successful in this role, you will possess the following skills and attributes:

Ability to lead a high-performing specialist Capability Area, utilising proven leadership competencies to deliver organisational outcomes.

Experience in all aspects of organisational learning, building organisational capability, knowledge management, performance development and fostering an aligned eHealth NSW workplace culture.

Exceptional engagement, collaboration and communication acumen, with the ability to influence across multiple stakeholder groups.

Qualification or experience in Program Management and/or experience in managing people in a complex environment.

Highly developed stakeholder management skills with the ability to build relationships at an executive level.

Who we are

eHealth NSW is responsible for the delivery of digital solutions for clinical care and business services, supported by smart infrastructure, providing a digitally enabled and integrated health system that delivers quality patient-centred health experiences to the people of NSW.

If you would like to learn more about eHealth NSW, visit our .

We are diverse and inclusive

eHealth NSW values diversity and is committed to building an inclusive workplace culture that reflects the community we serve. We encourage applications from diverse community groups including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTIQ+, those with special needs and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

For more information, visit our or contact our .

How to apply

If you would like more information, review the and find out more about for this position. To start your application, click the APPLY FOR JOB button at the top.

To be considered for this position, you will need to attach your resume and detail your experience, knowledge and capabilities in written responses to the Targeted Questions detailed below in the questionnaire, keeping in mind the essential requirements of the role, and then submit your application.

Provide an example of your leadership experience and skills leading a diverse team by demonstrating how you managed the performance of an individual team member for the benefit of the individual and the broader team.

Provide a demonstrated example of when you have used your technical and leadership skills, to implement a business improvement practice. In your response include how you used stakeholder engagement skills to embed a culture of continuous improvement.

For role related queries or questions contact Ken Chew on .

Applications close: Tuesday 20 April 2021

A talent pool will be created from this recruitment to fill future roles over the coming months.

Only candidates with current Australian work rights (Australian citizens, permanent residents, NZ citizens with a current passport, valid work visa) will be considered.

Please note that you may be asked to undertake further assessments as part of the recruitment process, which may include, but is not limited to, psychometric assessment, one-way video interview or capability assessment.

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