Established in 2008, the Remote Area Health Corps (RAHC) is funded by the Australian Government. The program is designed to increase the pool of urban-based health professionals (HPs) available for work in Indigenous communities by attracting, recruiting, orientating them and providing ongoing support and training to successfully assist the HP to make the transition to remote practice.
The National Manager is responsible for the successful management and delivery of the RAHC programme through effective stakeholder engagement and contract management.
This role is a member of the Senior Executive Team and reports directly to the Exec. General Manager, APAC Operations.
The responsibilities of this role include:
- leading, managing and developing teams and individuals taking into account their capabilities, strengths and opportunities for development across multiple locations
- managing programme and administration budgets
- preparing a range of reporting requirements from internal and external stakeholders
- driving long-term strategic organisational activities to obtain optimum productivity and utilisation of all resources
- meeting programme’s KPI and ensuring contractual compliance and delivery.