Executive Group Manager, Policy, Partnerships and Programs

  • ACT
  • State Government
  • This job will close on 01 August 2024
  • $368,020 - $382,772

About the role

It is expected that the Executive Group Manager, Policy, Partnerships and Programs will have a unique understanding of the responsibilities and accountabilities required of this role and will work collaboratively across a range of areas in ACT Health. The incumbent will provide outstanding leadership, communicate professionally and work with flexibility, efficiency, and diplomacy both individually and as part of a complex team/community effort. The position will require strong working relationships with all ACT Health executives. The successful applicant will model our values of respect, integrity, collaboration and innovation.

Ideal Candidate

We are seeking an experienced, highly motivated leader with sound executive management and people leadership skills for the role of the Executive Group Manager, Policy, Partnerships and Programs Division (EGM PPP). The EGM PPP is a key leadership role with responsibility for health data and analytics, First Nations Health policy, and broader health policy including Voluntary Assisted Dying, LGBTIQ+ health, primary care, and intergovernmental relations. The role also has critical accountability for a range of actions implementing the National Agreement on Closing the Gap, and the ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Agreement 2019-2028. 

The successful applicant will provide outstanding leadership, communicate professionally and work with flexibility, efficiency and diplomacy both individually and as the lead of a highly skilled team. They will be committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace where all employees feel valued, respected, supported and culturally safe. They will be a champion of people from diverse backgrounds, perspectives and experiences and be able to harness this diversity to strengthen their team and drive innovation.

The successful applicant will model the ACT Public Service values of respect, integrity, collaboration and innovation. They will also have deep knowledge of the National Agreement on Closing the Gap, and the ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Agreement 2019-2028.

What's on offer?

The ACT Health Directorate is a key part of the ACT’s health system and aims to improve the health outcomes of people living in the ACT. We are a workforce of skilled, passionate professionals, who together want to support those living in the Canberra community and region to live long and healthy lives.

We encourage applicants from all areas of our community. We recognise and value the unique strengths, knowledge and skills of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with a disability and with experience of disability, people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities, and those who identify as LGBTIQ+. We welcome the cultural expertise, insight and lived-experience, they bring to the design and development of our strategies, policies and programs and the delivery of work at ACTHD. We also expect our Executive staff to drive delivery of outcomes in genuine partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations, Communities and people.

Where will the candidate be working?

The role will be based at 2-6 Bowes Street, Phillip. ACT Health utilises hybrid working arrangements.

Application Requirements

Desirable:

Previous executive experience in policy and program management within a large healthcare setting.

Please note prior to commencement successful candidates will be required to: Undergo a pre-employment Police check.

Please reach out to contact officer, Deputy Director-General Robyn Hudson, if you would like to discuss the role and the ACT Health Directorate in further detail before submitting your application.

Contact Officer: Robyn Hudson on [email protected] or 0437 197 220

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For further information:

Amy Aksila

ACT Health
[email protected]