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Deputy Chief Medical Officer – Academia – Epworth HealthCare

Epworth HealthCare

Epworth HealthCare
Richmond, VIC

Employment Type: Full-time
Location: Richmond, VIC
Application Close Date: 24/07/2024

Where you’ll be working

Epworth HealthCare is Victoria’s largest not-for-profit private health care group, renowned for excellence in diagnosis, treatment, care and rehabilitation. Epworth is an innovator in Australia’s health system, embracing the latest in evidence-based medicine to pioneer treatments and services for our patients.

Our values and purpose define Epworth’s approach and delivery. We pride ourselves on communicating and delivering them in a real and meaningful way. Every Patient Matters.

About the Role

In this permanent part time (potential for full time by negotiation) role, based in Richmond, you will be responsible for undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and research across the Epworth Healthcare organisation. You will be part of the Academic and Medical Services team and report to the Executive Director Academic and Medical Services/Chief Medical Officer.

This role will be Deputy to the Chief Medical Officer.

About You

To be successful in this role you will demonstrate:

Effective Communication: Ability to articulate ideas clearly and foster open dialogue among diverse teams to promote collaboration and understanding.

Team Building: Skill in cultivating a cohesive team environment, fostering trust, and leveraging individual strengths to achieve common goals.

Adaptability: Capacity to navigate complex and evolving situations with flexibility, resilience, and a solution-oriented mindset.

Emotional Intelligence: Aptitude for understanding and empathising with others’ perspectives, managing conflicts constructively, and promoting a positive work culture.

Strategic Leadership: Capability to envision long-term goals, develop strategic plans, and inspire others to execute initiatives that align with organisational values and objectives.

You will have:

  • MBBS- and current AHPRA registration
  • Experience as a senior leader in a major health service/s
  • Higher degree in Education and or Research
  • Post graduate training in Leadership/management / Fellowship of the Royal College of Medical Administrators (FRACMA)
  • Sound knowledge of the health industry

More information

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Only applications made through the SmartRecruiter system will be considered


Applications close: 24/07/2024