About the Role
Community Options Australia (COA) connects and enables individuals with case management and assessment services with the goal that the client remains living independently at home. COA acts as a lead contractor, and budget holder for State and Federal Government programs including Regional Assessment Services (RAS), Continuity of Support (CoS) and the NSW Health ComPacks program.
COA has evolved to meet the challenges of the rapidly changing care sector and has a reputation for excellence in specialised contract management, case management and assessment, and service coordination. Driven by the innovative use of technology and collaboration, COA’s unique model creates economies of scale, flexibility and a community of best practice.
Benefits and Culture
- Competitive, customer-driven care services market
- Innovative hub and spoke business model
- Commercially astute, with not-for-profit values
- Competitive remuneration package
You will ensure COA’s vision of becoming the preferred provider of independent assessment, case management and service coordination in an increasingly competitive, customer-driven care services market becomes a reality.
You will be responsible for operational and financial management, the delivery of services under various funded and commercial contracts and liaison with key stakeholders including government and suppliers. The CEO represents the external face of the organisation and is ultimately responsible for driving growth, development and innovation.
An embedded mindset of continuous quality improvement is driven through all levels of the organisation by the CEO communicating the organisation’s quality objectives. You will measure success internally and externally ensuring opportunities for improvement are identified and acted upon.
You have commercial leadership experience in a care services, health setting or adjacent sectors with a track record of innovatively driving business and service transformation of high-quality delivery structures. You’re a strong, values-based leader with a demonstrated ability to build effective, capable and collaborative teams. You are used to reporting to a board of directors and have tertiary qualifications in health management, business or related discipline.
Overall, you have:
- Built an innovative business driven by technology and collaboration
- Experience in managing government and/or commercial contracts and associated KPIs
- People management skills to inspire a diverse team with the confidence to delegate
- An understanding of community health, aged care and person-centered care
- Experience working with boards and sub committees
- Organisational financial management skills & the preparation of financial reports
If you’re passionate about improving community health and building strong organisations please click applt to submit your cover letter responding to the skills required above and resume. Alternatively, call Richard Green on 02 8243 0570 quoting reference #53123.
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