Senior Manager / Executive Manager - Mental Health
|Organisation Name||Coast & Country Primary Care (CCPC)|
|Location||NSW Central Coast|
- Lead the planning and delivery of existing and new mental health programs
- Provide leadership, supervision and guidance to a passionate team
- Participate as an integral member of the CCPC Leadership Team
Coast & Country Primary Care (CCPC) is a progressive and dynamic organisation poised for its next phase of growth. With services delivered from the Central Coast through to the Mid North Coast, they provide a complex range of mental health, after hours general practice, community health and NDIS services.
CCPC improves the health and wellbeing in their local communities. They are a large and complex not for profit organisation with 400 staff and contracted service providers across the region.
CCPC’s focus is on helping their clients increase their independence, confidence and realise their potential. They are a person centred organisation with a strengths-based approach to care, support and inclusion.
Based in Erina and working as an integral part of CCPC’s leadership team, your new role will be responsible for the planning and delivery of existing and new mental health programs and services. You will provide leadership to a passionate team and actively participate in business and strategic planning.
The key areas of responsibility will be:
- Managing the delivery of CCPC’s mental health programs and services
- Identifying opportunities for synergies and improvements in the delivery of mental health services
- Reporting on mental health program deliverables, targets, and outcomes
- Ensuring that CCPC meets all legislative, compliance and funding body requirements
- Collaborating with peer agencies and all levels of government
You are a natural people leader, ideally from a human services background, and have a track record in delivering highly targeted programs in a like-minded organisation.
Additionally, your experience includes:
- Understanding of contemporary mental health issues
- Proven skills in team development and managing budgets
- Demonstrated experience in program evaluation and reporting of outcomes
- Proven ability in engaging with stakeholders to build relationships
- Understanding of the tender / grant writing processes
The suitable applicant will require a current driver’s license. Compliance checking will include Police Clearance and Working with Children Check.
If you are passionate about improving people’s health and wellbeing, then please apply submitting your cover letter addressing the skills required section above and your CV. Alternatively, please call Lisa Morell on 02 8243 0570 for a confidential discussion.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
Please be advised you can upload two attachments, including your resume and covering letter when submitting your application.