Stimulant And Outpatient Service Manager - St Vincent'S Hospital Sydney

Stimulant And Outpatient Service Manager - St Vincent'S Hospital Sydney

Southern Nsw Local Health District | sydney, NSW, AU

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Stimulant and Outpatient Service Manager - St Vincent's Hospital Sydney

Position Title:Stimulant and Outpatient Service Manager
Employment Type:Permanent Full Time
Hours per week:38 hours
Position Grade:Health Service Manager Level 2
Salary:$102,640.00 to $121,739.00 base per annum
Enterprise AgreementThe Named NSW (Non-Declared) Affiliated Health Organisations’ Health Employees Agreement 2019
Department Name:Alcohol and Drug Service (ADS) – Integrated Care

About us:
St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney is a leading not-for-profit organisation providing health services to our community. Guided by our values of compassion, excellence, integrity and justice, we promote a culture of diversity and inclusion and empower our people to learn, grow and innovate.
Benefits of working at St Vincent’s include:
Generous salary packaging and Fitness Passport for eligible staff
Opportunity to access a large range of clinical and non-clinical education programs
Supported post graduate opportunities within applicable fields
Career development opportunities across the St Vincent’s Health Australia Network
Employee Assistance Program
Work/Life balance

About the role:
The Stimulant and Outpatient Services Manager, is required to develop and deliver an overarching strategy and approach for St. Vincent’s ADS in the provision of treatment for clients of Stimulant Services and the ADS–Outpatient service. The position provides leadership to a range of professionals including Registered Nurses, Psychologists, Social Workers, Youth Counsellors, Family Therapists and Counsellors to ensure quality service delivery. In addition, it provides leadership to ensure the service delivers on its Mission objectives by ensuring high quality, efficient and effective execution of day-to-day health service delivery.
The position is required to ensure that various Outpatient services operate within financial and operational performance targets. It is responsible in supporting quality improvement initiatives and new models of care within the Alcohol and Drug service to maximise client care and best practice evidence based treatment. It is required to represent St. Vincent’s Hospital Sydney at committees, meetings and forums relevant to various ADS Outpatient services and participate in the development of alcohol and drug policies, procedures and services.
Our Culture:
St Vincent's is committed to employing a workforce that reflects the community we care for. We strongly encourage applications from people that are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, culturally diverse, sexuality or gender diverse and/or living with disability.
Employment with St Vincent's is subject to you having current immunity status that complies with the Occupational Assessment, Screening & Vaccination against Specified Infectious Diseases - NSW Health Policy Directive (PD2022_030). Appointment and ongoing employment will be subject to continued compliance with this policy directive.

About you:
We are seeking a skilled and energetic Health Service Manager who possess a passion for person centred care. We welcome applications from people with appropriate knowledge and skills to join our friendly and supportive team.
Application Instructions:
To have you application considered you are required to upload a current CV/Resume as well as a separate cover letter/document addressing the ‘Selection Criteria’ as below. Internal applicants i.e. current employees of St Vincent’s Hospital or an entity of SVHA are required to apply via their Workday account.

Selection Criteria:
1. Personal integrity and demonstrated commitment to the Philosophy, Mission and Values of Mary Aikenhead Ministries and St Vincent’s Health Australia
2. Postgraduate tertiary qualification in a drug and alcohol-related clinical specialty or management (or willingness to undertake the same in 12 months) or relevant experience.
3. Demonstrated financial, quality and risk management, human resource, workplace health and safety and skills within an organisational context.
4. Demonstrated leadership skills and the ability to motivate and organise staff to achieve organisational, professional outcomes with the ability to work within an interdisciplinary team.
5. Demonstrated knowledge and/or experience of pharmacotherapy and other treatment as part of harm minimisation approach to alcohol and drug problems.
6. Demonstrated advanced computer literacy with MS Excel, Word, email and an electronic patient record system
7. Proven effective negotiation and communication skills (written and verbal) with a wide range of stakeholders including patients, public and network representatives.
8. Demonstrated effective time management skills and ability to prioritise competing workloads within a complex environment.

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