Position Details
Reference Number 18585
Position Title Clinical Director Critical Care Unit
Position Number
Employment Type Permanent Full Time
Directorate Clinical Operations
Location Shepparton
Award Classification Hospital Specialists - HM33 - Specialist Year 1
Hospital Specialists - HM41 - Specialist Year 9
Hours per fortnight 76.00
Position Summary

Clinical Director Critical Care Unit

  • Graham Street, Shepparton
  • Permanent Full-Time

About GV Health

GV Health is a leader in health care delivery in the Hume region.  Our services include an Emergency Department, Surgery, Medical, Women’s and Children’s Services, Rehabilitation, Palliative Care, Mental Health and community based health programs. Our main sites are at Shepparton, Tatura and Rushworth, with additional services at Seymour, Benalla and Wodonga. 

The Department and Team

Goulburn Valley Health is the main Health Care provider in the Hume Region.  The Shepparton Campus has 280 beds - providing acute medical, surgical, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatric, rehabilitation, intensive/coronary care, emergency care, mental health and geriatric care.  Goulburn Valley Health has additional campus’s, including Tatura (23 beds - providing 8 acute and 23 nursing home care), Waranga (22 beds - providing 12 acute and 10 nursing home care, acute and residential care and the Waranga Hostel providing 32 residential aged care beds), Seymour (Community Psychiatric Service) and a Community Health building in Shepparton (Hospital in the Home, diabetes education, continence and aged care assessment, home based nursing and allied health).

GV Health are currently undergoing a$169 million redevelopment, this redevelopment will include a new renal dialysis unit, an expanded emergency department including satellite medical imaging, inpatient wards, extended theatre space, intensive care unit, a new kitchen, mortuary and the establishment of a Women’s and Children’s precinct featuring a new, special care nursery, paediatric ward and refurbished maternity ward.

 

The role

We are seeking a Clinical Director Critical Care Unit to lead and direct the functions of the GV Health Critical Care Unit (CCU) to ensure the achievement of clinical and quality standards including key access indicators, appropriate medical staffing, a suitable education and professional development program and ensuring financial targets for the Department are met.

 

To be successful in the role you will need:

  • Fellowship of the Australasian College of Intensive Care Medicine.
  • High level management skills, including the ability to lead a large multidisciplinary clinical team.
  • Well-developed interpersonal skills, with the ability to lead and convince others in the pursuit of conflicting and sensitive objectives.
  • Demonstrated commitment to high quality patient care.
  • Demonstrated capability and interest in research and commitment to teaching.
  • Demonstrated understanding of Clinical Governance including clinical risk management and involvement in quality improvement activities
  • Demonstrated ability to manage the patient flow in the Critical Care Unit. 

Some of the great benefits of working with us:

  • Wide range of specialties for clinical staff and career development opportunities
  • Salary Packaging
  • A collaborative and supportive team environment, while making an important contribution to the health of our community
  • Training and Professional Development opportunities
  • Paid parental leave (maternity and paternity leave)
  • Discount gym & pool memberships

All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory police check and Working with Children’s Check (if required).  GV Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve.  Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged. 

Recruitment agencies should note that GV Health does not accept agency resumes. GV Health is not responsible for any fees related to any unsolicited resumes submitted by Recruitment Agencies. 

Selection Criteria Essential: Current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency as a Specialist Medical Practitioner.
Essential: Fellowship of the Australasian College of Intensive Care Medicine.
Essential: High level management skills, including the ability to lead a large multidisciplinary clinical team.
Essential: Well-developed interpersonal skills, with the ability to lead and convince others in the pursuit of conflicting and sensitive objectives.
Essential: Demonstrated commitment to high quality patient care.
Essential: Demonstrated capability and interest in research and commitment to teaching.
Essential: Demonstrated understanding of Clinical Governance including clinical risk management and involvement in quality improvement activities
Essential: Demonstrated ability to manage the patient flow in the Critical Care Unit.
Essential: Satisfactory National History Criminal Check prior to commencement of employment and satisfactory Working with Children Check.
Desirable: Experience in developing a robust business case.
Essential: A commitment to Goulburn Valley Health values: compassion, respect, excellence, accountability, teamwork and ethical behaviour
Contact Person Dr Manny Geaboc
Contact Number 0358310013
Alternate Contact Person Ms Donna Sherringham
Alternate Contact Number 0358310152
Closing Date 23/06/2019
Position Description
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