Burnside Hospital is seeking a Director of People and Culture. Reporting to the CEO and as a key member of the leadership team, this role will be responsible for the leadership, management and delivery of Burnside Hospital’s human resources, organizational development, volunteer services, health, safety and well-being at work (WHS&W) and injury management. .
Applications are invited from experienced HR executives with appropriate tertiary qualifications and superior skills in communication, negotiation, management and strategic thinking. Leadership experience in developing human resources, culture and human capital solutions for a diverse and customer-centric entity will be essential.
The Rural Doctors Workforce Agency (RDWA) is an NGO providing a full range of workforce support and services to health, healthcare and nursing professionals in rural South Australia.
The Director of Planning will enhance the value proposition to critical external stakeholders and provide a comprehensive suite of workforce planning products that extend the internal business support function to include external resources that will support the workforce planning needs of the rural health of SA.
Applications are encouraged from suitably qualified community engagement professionals, preferably with experience in workforce planning and service delivery.
Experience in the health or social care sector will be an advantage, but candidates from comparable human-centric fields will also be considered.
Bene Aged Care is a trusted provider of quality aged care and related services. She is looking to fill two key positions: Chief Financial Officer and Director of Human Resources and Performance.
With revenues approaching $40 million and over 400 employees, this not-for-profit entity has a strong community focus and offers diverse lifestyle options to its customers.
The CFO opportunity follows the retirement of a long-serving incumbent and oversees a range of corporate functions including finance, ICT, corporate reporting, decision support, capital expenditure, asset management and governance. Applications are encouraged from experienced financial managers, ideally with CA/CPA status.
Exposure to elder care, disability, healthcare or community services will be an advantage, but candidates from a variety of industry sectors are also welcome to apply.
The People & Performance Manager leads the development and delivery of contemporary strategic and operational HR services.
Key deliverables will include leading, motivating and developing established and specialist HR professionals; oversee all human resource functions including attraction, recruitment, retention, development, workforce planning, WHS, return to work management and industrial relations; and championing and strengthening a constructive, people-oriented culture.
Nature Foundation is a leading non-profit organization investing in the conservation, restoration and protection of South Australia’s landscapes, flora and fauna. It now protects over 1.15 million hectares of South Australian land and wetlands and is the third largest non-governmental conservation land manager in Australia.
The Water for Nature Coordinator will help implement the Water For Nature Long-Term Irrigation Plan 2021-2026, working closely with farmers, irrigators, traditional owners and community organizations to carry out essential work.
Applications are encouraged from adaptable professionals with relevant qualifications and/or practical experience in project coordination in conservation-based projects or other related projects. Training in wetlands / ecology will be highly appreciated.
A trusted human services provider is looking for a key clinical leader to help position them for growth and success. With a full focus on customer service and care and a total package valued at approximately $230,000, the position of Executive Director of Service Delivery has been created for an experienced executive with a clinical background ( nurse or paramedic) to lead the service delivery function.
Reporting directly to the CEO as part of the Executive Leadership Group, this important Adelaide-based role is primarily responsible for proactively contributing to the strategic direction and clinical governance of the business; lead, motivate, develop and manage managers and service delivery teams, and; maintain and improve important relationships with key internal and external stakeholders.