The Opportunity

Network Director Medical Services - Hastings Macleay Clinical Network

Job Title: Network Director Medical Services - Hastings Macleay Clinical Network
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Port Macquarie
Salary: Competitive
Start Date: 2021-10-18
Reference: BH-28971
Contact Name: Madison Milliner
Contact Email:
Job Published: October 19, 2021 09:58

Job Description

Network Director of Medical Services
Hastings Macleay Clinical Network
Mid North Coast Local Health District, NSW
Based: Port Macquarie

The Mid North Coast Local Health District (MNCLHD) extends from Port Macquarie in the south to Coffs Harbour in the north, along the picturesque and popular coastal strip of NSW, and serves a population of 215,000. It operates across seven hospital sites and ten Community Health Centres, with a budget of c$740m. It has a strong and established executive team, which has led significant recent and ongoing investment across the MNCLHD. It is financially robust, with excellent performance outcomes across its main clinical services, and enjoys strong relationships with its numerous stakeholders and partners.

The MNCLHD hospitals are split across 2 clinical networks: Hastings Macleay Clinical Network based from Port Macquarie; and the Coffs Clinical Network based from Coffs Harbour. The networks have benefited from recent capital works expansion and redevelopments which underpin the commitment to deliver world class standards of care for the communities served. There is now a requirement to appoint a Network Director of Medical Services for the Hastings Macleay Clinical Network, responsible for hospitals at Port Macquarie, Kempsey and Wauchope and a range of community health services. In this role, you will:

• Work as a key member of the leadership team and provide strategic clinical and operational leadership across the network and across all medical disciplines;
• Model a patient centred approach to care with a focus on the total patient experience, ensuring service delivery across the network is based on global best practice;
• Lead medical and clinical workforce management and continue to build the culture of collaboration and excellence, during an exciting period of growth, investment, redevelopment and change;
• Lead all aspects of safety, quality, clinical standards, governance, performance and accreditation;
• Foster a responsive, future focused and contemporary culture which supports staff to deliver true excellence in patient care.

We are seeking an influential medical leader with a track record of driving change across a complex hospital or health service. The person may be a Fellow of RACMA or on the pathway to Fellowship. We will equally consider medical leaders from other medical specialities. The person will demonstrate significant achievement across a broad spectrum of areas including: clinical operations, strategic planning and delivery, workforce management, clinical governance and patient safety. Outstanding leadership, communication and engagement skills are critical, as is the ability to influence multiple and diverse stakeholders.

This role represents a unique and exciting opportunity to help shape the vision of, and ultimately deliver, world class healthcare across this thriving and growing community. It also offers the successful individual the prospect of living in the picturesque Port Macquarie region of NSW and becoming part of the friendly and community centred culture which the area is renowned for. There is also the flexibility to balance this role with other professional activities such as research or teaching.

Please CLICK HERE to download the Candidate Information Pack for this role which includes the detailed Role Description and details on how to apply.

For a confidential discussion, please call Rob Macmillan, Partner - Health at Derwent Search on 0421 593 535 or email quoting reference 28971.

Closing date for applications is Wednesday 3rd November.

COVID-19 vaccination is now a mandatory requirement for all NSW Health employees. You will be required to provide a record of your COVID-19 vaccination status upon joining to support this recruitment process.

NSW Health values diversity and is committed to building an inclusive workplace culture that reflects the community it serves; we encourage applications from diverse community groups including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with a disability.