Opportunities

General Manager Aged Care Community & NDIS Sydney CLOSED

General Manager – Aged and Disability Services The General Manager is accountable for leading the management team and providing strategic direction to create opportunities for future business growth and operational efficiencies. Key elements include Strategic planning New business development Budget and cost management Quality & safety compliance Policy development and direction Systems and process improvement Mentoring, team leadership and development Operational Responsibility for the day to day administration of a long established company providing aged and disability support services to a range of individual clients and business partners. The business operates in a fast paced and demanding environment and is experiencing exponential growth. This excellent position is an executive level management role with a high level of autonomy and would suit an experienced Aged and Disability Services senior manager looking for a leadership career opportunity with an established company in the sector. Please send your CV to kate@katesmeaton.com.au or call Kate on 0418601693 for a confidential discussion. Must be eligible to work in Australia & NZ.

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Kate Smeaton Healthcare Recruitment in 2021

Kate Smeaton Healthcare Recruitment in 2021 following COVID-19. I continue to work with dedicated clients and candidates in the Aged Care sector. Candidates seeking management roles register their interest and their career history is often known to me. Reviewing and discussing career pathways is rewarding and I enjoy relationship building. Roles this year include CEOs, General Manager in Community and NDIS, Senior Management roles including Clinical Governance plus Clinical Care Manager positions.  Roles are metropolitan and regional and include successful Relief Management placements requiring specific skills, knowledge and ability. Please call Kate Smeaton on 0418 601 693 to discuss your recruitment needs in this candidate short market. Strong relationships are always important and the aged care sector is particularly vulnerable. I continue to pay tribute to all frontline workers in this sector, who capably deliver care and demonstrate their successful work ethic. Going into lockdown and Infection Control is part of their standard brief to keep residents safe, and I congratulate them.

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