Manager, Secretariat Services - Brisbane

Manager, Secretariat Services - Brisbane
Company:

Queensland Goverment


Manager, Secretariat Services - Brisbane

Details of the offer

The role:
Lead the eHealth Secretariat team and ensure that all in scope Committees/Forums are provided with high quality, consistent secretariat support, and key stakeholders are informed of actions and outcomes in a timely manner.
You will also lead all aspects of the eHealth Secretariat function including setting priorities, managing multiple tasks and risks, achieving results within tight deadlines and coordinating effectively for eHealth governance committees. Undertake key governance projects across the state including the roll out of the Convene platform, the board capability uplift program, annual review of the executive committees and the establishment of new and virtual committees.
Are you right for this role?
Reporting to the Director, Digital Policy and Governance, you will have well-developed communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills which will enable effective interaction with stakeholders at all levels, which will build relationships and help influence and manage staff.
Your attention to detail will ensure delivery of high quality outputs for executive and departmental stakeholders which will include reviewing complex reports, submissions, briefing notes, agenda papers and other correspondences.
About Digital Strategy and Transformation Branch eHealth Queensland:
The Digital Strategy and Transformation Branch delivers value through supporting customers to invest in digital capabilities optimised across the health system. This enables transformation of healthcare to improve health outcomes for Queenslanders. The Digital Strategy and Transformation Branch provides specialised advice and support to key stakeholders and customers and is comprised of:
Digital Innovation and Strategy
Digital Architecture and Governance
Health Informatics Services
The Digital Strategy and Transformation Branch objectives are to foster collaboration and consistency, promote transparency, ensure interoperability, support and facilitate innovation, drive strategic thinking, and contribute to cross-jurisdictional, agency and Hospital and Health Service plans.
eHealth Queensland is one of the largest Information Communication Technology operations in the state. It is responsible for ensuring the smooth operation of information systems and technologies so that Queensland Health employees and health providers have access to information that supports the delivery of health care.
Benefits of working with eHealth Queensland:
By joining eHealth Queensland, you will work within a fast-paced, challenging and supportive environment where every employee plays a critical role in our ongoing success.
You will enjoy a variety of benefits, including:
Competitive salary + generous superannuation and leave loading
Flexible working arrangements
Diverse work culture
Career training and development


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