District Director of Nursing Pilbara – Inland (H23_4271)

Here’s your chance to make a significant contribution to Western Australia Country Health Services

As the District Director of Nursing Pilbara – Inland you will have the opportunity to significantly contribute to the health of the local community in a way that is immeasurably rewarding. You will be responsible for the day-to-day leadership, development and management of clinical and non-clinical services in the Inland Pilbara (district) in partnership with the health services staff and other government and non-government healthcare providers in the region.

This exciting opportunity, based in Newman, provides comprehensive clinical and administrative support and direction for the Pilbara Regions Health Service. You will be focussing on the provision of health services in a clinically safe, efficient and effective manner in addition to the management of the workforce and working with other leaders in regard to clinical governance.

This role as District Director of Nursing is one of professional leadership including operational management of the nursing workforce and in particular with consideration of the health needs of the local aboriginal community.

As a significant leadership role, the Western Australian Country Health Service is after an applicant who is an up-and-coming nursing leader with a track record in supporting improved healthcare and leading transformational change in a community environment.  A nursing leader is required who will promote a values-based, culturally safe and person-centred healthcare service while driving practical and innovative solutions.

You will be an enabler of excellence in the provision of healthcare services through fostering cohesive and contemporary services to the region’s population. This role is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to make a significant impact in both the nursing staff through role modelling of great nursing practice, education and leadership to staff.

A person who can bring leadership, a collaborative approach to their work and ensure clinical governance is always uppermost as an outcome of your personal excellence and commitment to professional dev elopement and mentorship is key.   The clinical and administrative leadership skills developed in this environment will provide foundations that will be carried forward to future career opportunities for years after.

It is of specific note that the region has a strong collaborative culture of innovation, a focus on teamwork and support and a passionate commitment to the greater good of the health of the Pilbara community. We look forward to receiving applications from suitably qualified and experienced candidates looking to explore this unique opportunity in a very special part of Australia.

For a confidential discussion, please contact Principal Consultant: Craig Knappick

M:         +61 (0)488 089 821  
E:           cknappick@hardygroupintl.com

Applications close: 4pm WA time (AWST) on Monday 13 March 2023