Hospital Manager – Mercy Hospital
Hospital Manager – Mercy Hospital
- New Zealand’s most exciting hospital manager role!
- An opportunity to partner with NZ’s leading specialists and an energised, smart and creative management team looking to transform healthcare in NZ.
- Be part of innovative high-level projects around transformation and EMR
The heritage of Mercy Ascot is steeped in tradition that goes back 117 years. It has evolved to become the largest private surgical hospital group in New Zealand. While that tradition is intrinsic to the organisation culture, the vision to be a world class surgical centre of excellence is driving many of their current leading edge transformational projects.
The roles of Hospital Manager Ascot Hospital and Hospital Manager Mercy Hospital are two recently established positions critical to the effective operation of the group’s two surgical facilities. Both Managers report to the Chief Operating Officer/Chief Nurse.
Situated in the central Auckland suburb of Epsom, Mercy Hospital currently encompasses 7 operating theatres, CSSD, general surgical, orthopaedic and cardio-thoracic wards, ICU, endoscopy unit, admissions, and pre- and post-CIU care.
As the Hospital Manager for Mercy Hospital, you will be responsible for providing outstanding operational leadership, and strategic guidance to the 8 clinical service leaders reporting to you. The role includes:
- People leadership - supporting direct reports to succeed and flourish
- Oversight and care of all aspects of the hospital to ensure its high standing with specialists, patients and staff
- Leading the day-to-day operations of clinical services including effective and efficient
management of hospital resources, theatre lists and beds
- Developing strong relationships with key customer groups
- Partnering with Operations, People & Culture, Patient Engagement & Quality, and
Specialist Engagement, to integrate service delivery
- Initiating growth opportunities to support the success of the Clinical Services Plan
- Leading transformational change activities
- Actively participating in recruitment and performance management.
This is a broad portfolio with multiple, and at times competing, demands so the ability to retain a clear overview is crucial. Likewise, the ability to clearly articulate operational information to keep the team informed and ensure a positive patient, specialist and staff experience.
- Current NZ Nursing Council registration with a minimum of 5 years perioperative nursing in addition to successful management experience leading both teams and projects
- Resilience, effective influencing skills and an innovative approach
- A collaborative style for team building and coaching
- Proven ability as a strategic and visionary operational leader able to establish service business plans and lead the team through transformational change.
- A passion for achieving clinical excellence and best practice
- A demonstrated commitment to customer service and the ability to form highly effective working relationships
- An understanding of the commercial realities of a private healthcare provider along with experience overseeing significant budget allocations
- Advanced communication skills
- A good understanding of IT and Microsoft Office Packages. A working knowledge of EMR would be advantageous.
- Strong organisational skills with the ability to multi-task and effectively manage changing priorities
- A competitive salary
- Subsidised health insurance
- 5 weeks’ annual leave
- Travel allowance
- Supported professional development including post graduate studies
- Structured onboarding
- The support of an energised, experienced and creative management team
- Generous relocation package available (if you currently reside outside the Auckland area)
- Staff benefits package
There’s never been a more exciting time to secure a senior role in this prestigious organisation that’s focused on transforming private healthcare in NZ. So don’t miss your opportunity to be an influential and integral part of their journey.
Please send your CV and cover letter to Annie O’Donnell email@example.com or for a confidential conversation about the role call Annie on +6421626632.
Closing date for applications: 10 May 2021
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.