About the role
Can you effectively manage a variety of stakeholders?
Do you like a flexible working environment?
Are you driven by data and evidence in your policy work?
Then the role of Senior Manager Policy and Projects may excite you.
The Senior Manager Policy and Projects is responsible for managing key policy and advocacy activities towards achieving College objectives. These areas of work include Indigenous eye health and workforce planning, data collation and analysis. The role is part of a small team who research, develop and prepare submissions, position statements and advocacy activities related to health issues and systems in Australia and New Zealand. The Senior Manager Policy and Projects advises on the implementation of policy, builds external relationships and represents RANZCO when appropriate, collates relevant data, conducts research and submits reports for a wide range of stakeholders, as well as organising and providing secretariat support to relevant Standing Committees and working groups of the College.
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) is located opposite Central station close to restaurants and parks in Surry Hills with various transport options at our doorstep. Being a medical college we understand the importance of work/life balance and therefore provide a flexible working environment for our staff. Our education focus also extends to our employees offering learning and development opportunities.
About the organisation
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) is the medical college responsible for the training and professional development of ophthalmologists in Australia and New Zealand. Our mission is to drive improvements in eye healthcare in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region through continuing exceptional training, education, research and advocacy.
How to apply for this role
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Please quote in application: Senior Manager Policy and Projects via Pro Bono Australia.