Position Details
Reference Number 22666
Position Title Pathology Network West Transformation Project - Site Partnership Manager
Employment Type Fixed Term Full Time
Division Chief Executive Officer
Location Melbourne
Award Classification Award : Managers & Administrative Officers
Classification From: HS5 - Managers / Administrative Grade 5 Level 1
Position Summary

Pathology Network West Transformation Project – Peter Mac Site Partnership Manager - 2 Year Fixed Term

 

PATHOLOGY NETWORK WEST 

The Pathology Network West (PNW) Program is a transformation program spanning the four health services of the Parkville Precinct: The Royal Melbourne Hospital, The Royal Women’s Hospital, The Royal Children’s Hospital, and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.  

In October 2020, the Victorian Government announced that several existing public hospital pathology laboratories would be brought together into three shared pathology networks. The Pathology Network West is one of those three networks, and is made up of the Parkville Precinct health services. 

The Parkville Precinct has a strong history of collaboration with each health service leading Precinct-wide reforms in partnership. In this way, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre will lead the PNW Program and with PNW staff based at Peter MacCallum. 

In 2022, the focus of the PNW Program will be designing the new pathology network, as well as beginning the process of selecting a single, improved Laboratory Information System (LIS) to integrate with the four Parkville health services.   

More information about the PNW vision can be found in the attached position description. 

 

THE ROLE 

The Pathology Network West Transformation Project - Site Partnership Manager will be responsible for leading the Pathology Network West (PNW) project work for their site, championing the Program and coordinating Program activity.   

The Pathology Network West Transformation Project - Site Partnership Manager is a senior role with knowledge of clinical operations, a good understanding of pathology and the capability to become a trusted member to Pathology to facilitate decisions leveraging the governance structures.   

The Program will be delivered in two stages; Stage 1 is design, planning and procurement; stage 2 is the implementation of the new LIS.  

Reporting directly to the Executive Director – Pathology Network West, the Pathology Site Partner will: 

  • Lead the Pathology Network West Transformation Project activity with your stakeholders, championing the Program and coordinating PNW activity for your site   
  • Work collaboratively with other Site Partners to make collaborative and constructive decisions in the best interests of the Program, acting as the bridge between each health service and the PNW   
  • Provide operational service inputs to the Program, seeking advice from pathology experts, peers and colleagues where required  
  • Play a key role in facilitating change at your site by supporting your stakeholders with communications and change activities   

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE 

To be successful in the role you will have: 

  • Relevant qualification in health or equivalent professional/business experience in pathology 
  • Knowledge or understanding of pathology services to deliver on the activities for the PNW Program 
  • Exceptional stakeholder management and interpersonal skills being able to work with senior leadership and pathology staff and be a trusted pathology partner for your site   
  • Experience in leading and managing health sector transformation projects such as service design, optimisation or system implementations 
  • Proven leadership experience that has motivated teams to deliver best possible outcomes

 

Contact Person Abigail Marshall
Contact Number 0466580557
Contact Email Abigail.Marshall@petermac.org
Alternate Contact Person Abigail Marshall
Alternate Contact Number 0466580557
Alternate Contact Email Abigail.Marshall@petermac.org
Closing Date 05/07/2022
Position Description
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