In the role of Practice Manager you will be responsible for leading staff and managing the comprehensive primary health services ensuring culturally relevant client centred care leading a multi-disciplinary team.
You will be implementing Galambila’s strategic plan across the primary health model of care by developing, consulting, implementing, and reporting on key performance measures and outcomes.
Another focus of the role will be ensuring culturally relevant client focussed care across the Galambila’s model of care to ensuring the rights and needs of client are at the centre of service delivery across the multidisciplinary team including visiting specialists and referral pathways.
You will build and sustain relationships with external partners, funding bodies, and stakeholders ensuring positive outcomes and arrangements in line with the Galambila’s strategic direction, vision, and values implementing comprehensive primary health model of care.
Undertaking development of new agreements, evaluation of existing agreements and negotiation of required changes with external parties, that deliver the objectives of Galambila’s primary health model of care.
In this role you will embed Galambila’s cultural integrity framework across the multidisciplinary team and oversee quality improvement projects across clinic operations ensuring broad team consultation, empowerment of staff, and client’s journey are at the centre of practices.
You will also be responsible for managing the financial performance of Clinical Operations through the annual budgeting processes including building the budgets on projected workloads, reporting on budget variances, manage reporting to funding bodies and third parties on funds received and expended.
Please note Galambila Aboriginal Health Service considers that being Australian Aboriginal is a genuine occupational qualification under s.14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 NSW – the successful applicant will need to provide documentation that they are recognised by the Aboriginal Community as being of Aboriginal descent.
Benefits and Perks
A competitive salary package with a base salary of $90,000 and the ability to salary sacrifice up to $31,177 as a PBI organisation.
Galambila also provides support for staff with access to EAP and ongoing professional development opportunities.
Skills and Experience
To be successful in this role you will have a variety of skills including:
Community: Represents the organisation and promotes awareness of key issues in community networks and advances organisational objectives and champions important issues with key stakeholders.
Time management: Prioritises work; delegates appropriately demonstrating an understanding of organisational, team and individual priorities and capacities; and ensures that key requirements are met.
Interpersonal skills: Models self-awareness, self-management and social awareness in communications, problem solving and conﬂict resolution and motivates others through personal interactions and mentors development of emerging leaders.
Leadership and teamwork: Ability to lead, develop and work across diverse teams. Manages team dynamics, supports productive working relationships and work-life balance and collaboration.
Sustainability: Prepares program and complex project budgets, and reviews ﬁnancial performance.
Service delivery: Provides leadership and focuses team on client and community outcomes and fosters a culture of excellence in service delivery.
Responsiveness to change: Supports change management and assists others to adapt and adjust to change, ensuring consultation occurs.
Strategy: Develops and implements work plans and targets to meet Clinical Governance requirements
Mandatory qualifications will be required as part of the professional development and capability building including:
How to apply
To apply for this role you will need to provide:
You can submit your application directly by email to HR@Galambila.org.au.
For further information please ring Jane Lennis or Naomi Ingram on (02) 6652 0850