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Current available opportunities

Castlemaine Health

Director of Corporate Services

(Permanent Full Time - 76 hour per fortnight)

About Castlemaine Health

Castlemaine Health is a proud provider of a significant range of local and sub-regional community based services and has a very important role delivering a range of allied health, acute, sub-acute, residential aged care services and a number of outreach services.


This Role

The Director of Corporate Services provides high level advice for both Castlemaine Health and (under contract) Maldon Hospital. The Director leads and strategically manages five key service areas: Maldon Hospital Administration, Contracts & Procurement, Information Technology, Engineering and Hotel Services.  These service areas will be monitored and held accountable by the Director to ensure efficient use of resources and timely customer and service outcomes are delivered.

As the Chief Procurement Officer, the Director has specific responsibility for the visibility and oversight of the entire non-salary spends profile of the health services.  The Director provides expert advice and guidance to the Executive, CEO and the respective Board’s regarding procurement governance.

Key Selection Criteria

  • An ability to work collaboratively to lead, supervise and motivate a diverse team;
  • Demonstrated project management experience, including implementing and managing change;
  • Experience in contract management and/or procurement 
  • Ability to ensure that all functions within the directorate achieve standards and meet key performance indicators. 
  • Extensive knowledge and experience in quality improvement and meeting national standards.
  • Well-developed written and verbal communication skills;
  • Demonstrated proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite with an aptitude for learning new programs.

Culture and Benefits

Located a short drive from Bendigo, Ballarat and Melbourne, Castlemaine is a renowned centre for regional arts and host of the biennial Castlemaine State Festival. Combined with a wide range of sporting clubs, unique ironbark forests and historic goldfields, this rural community provides a rich and diverse culture for all to enjoy.

  • Free on-site parking is available to all staff and visitors.
  • Salary Packaging/Salary Sacrificing
  • Fitness Passport is available to all staff members across Castlemaine Health. You and your family can sign up to unlimited access to more than 120 gyms, pools and fitness facilities on your program!
  • Our Health and Wellbeing program; including access to a Social Worker, Pastoral Care Office, Prevention of Bullying & Harassment Officers, Physiotherapy services, vaccination programs and other health services as required.
  • The Castlemaine Health Social Club brings staff from all areas of the hospital together in friendly and casual environment, with a variety of events and activities held throughout the year

Further information is available from Kerryn Healy, Executive Director Corporate Services on (03) 5471 3269

Applications close Friday 17th May 2019.

Position descriptions and applications addressing the key selection criteria can be submitted on the Castlemaine Health website:


All appointments are subject to a satisfactory police check.


Expressions of Interest

Audit & Risk Committee Independent Member

(Voluntary Position)


Kooweerup Regional Health Service (KRHS) is currently seeking the skills of an experienced Audit Committee member that is willing to be part of a team that is dedicated to ensuring best practice is delivered at a small rural health facility.

The Audit and Risk Committee is a requirement of the Standing Directions of the Minister for Finance under the Financial management Act 1994.

As a member of the Audit and Risk Committee you will oversee and advise KRHS on matters of accountability and internal control affecting the operations of the organisation. As a member you will also provide oversight of financial and broader organisational risk items.

The Committee performs its duty under the Audit Charter that clearly sets out the role and responsibilities, composition, structure and membership requirements.

The Audit and Risk Committee is supported by the Chief Executive Officer and reports to the Board of Management and as such is seen as providing a key advisory role to the executive function.

Suitable candidates will have the following experience or qualifications:

- financial literacy; ideally and accounting background.
- reasonable knowledge of the Public Sector agency’s own risks and controls;
- integrity, objectivity, accountability, honesty and openness; 
- dedication of time and effort;
- an enquiring mind;
- independence of judgement;
- relevant industry knowledge; and
- business experience in the public or private sector.

The Committee meets 4 times per year.

Induction to the role is provided by the organisation.

Want to know more and be involved in an organisation setting benchmarks?  For a Position Description or further enquiries, please contact Frank Megens, CEO, 59979679.

Applications, including the names of three professional referees, should be forwarded to:

Frank Megens
Chief Executive Officer
Kooweerup Regional Health Service
215-235 Rossiter Rd
Kooweerup, Victoria, 3981