Finance and Resources
Finance and Resources is responsible for our financial functions, including reporting, budgeting, forecasting, performance monitoring and analysis, together with our procurement, materials management and facilities functions. Opportunities may exist for accountants, finance managers, administrators, procurement facilities management and maintenance staff such as gardeners, engineers, electricians, carpenters and plumbers.
People and Culture
People and Culture provides a range of services including advice on employment matters, recruitment and workforce planning, industrial relations, learning and development, workplace health and safety, payroll and salary packaging services, organisational development and change management as well as workforce support. Opportunities may exist for advisors, coordinators, administrators, trainers, educators, and payroll officers.
Opportunities may exist for executive assistants, ward clerks, general administration, reception and switchboard operators.
Innovation and Digital Services
Innovation and Digital Services uses technology to help deliver our vision and is instrumental in building a strong culture of utilising health informatics and data to drive innovation. This department is responsible for mainstream ICT services and also supports research and development, innovation, ePR project, project management office, and clinical analytics. Opportunities may exist for project managers, business analysts, application developers, network specialists, health informaticians, service desk officers, and systems administrators.
Quality and Patient Information
The team provides leadership and support for quality improvement, patient safety and experience and health information services across the organisation. This includes medical record management, clinical documentation, freedom of information, patient safety, quality improvement, risk management, external reporting and compliance requirements. Opportunities may exist for health information managers, coders, administrators, quality consultants, patient feedback coordinators, and risk managers.
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The Specialist Palliative Care Evaluation Unit (SPCEU) celebrated its 25th birthday on Monday with an afternoon tea and special visit from a dear friend Val Truant.
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