Regional Coordinators are a vital part of the Health & Medical Services department, they provide high-quality leadership and management to engage and enable volunteers, to future-proof the department and ensure that the organisation continues to successfully deliver on its humanitarian mission and purpose.
Regional Coordinators are responsible for both within and across the regions to improve collaboration, improve decision making and coordinate service delivery. These roles are responsible for successfully leading, mentoring, and coaching their volunteers alongside coordinating the execution of high-quality training required to deliver an industry leading service.
Regional Coordinators represent the HMS department as senior volunteer leaders in the wider community and will be required to establish and cultivate effective relationships with partner organisations, community leaders, and other key stakeholders.
The Regional Coordinators will assist the department management team and project teams as required.
This role requires a motivated, driven individual with a desire to support the priorities of the department and achieve its strategic goals. These roles require a high degree of confidentiality.
The Role in Detail
As Regional Coordinator within Health & Medical Services, you will: • Coordinate planning, scheduling, and logistical aspects of service delivery for small and medium sized local events • Coordinate the delivery of training and profession development to volunteers within the region • Participate in and/or coordinate aspects of projects and teams • Maintain effective communication and collaboration with internal and external networks and liaison with senior officers and representatives, in a range of government and non-government agencies. • Maintain recent and relevant knowledge of issues and initiatives in volunteering, healthcare, and business management The SEQ Regional Coordinators report directly to the Clinical Operations Manager – Health & Medical Services.
Appointments in Health & Medical Services are based on merit and will be assessed by looking at what you’ve undertaken previously and what knowledge, skills and learned experiences you can bring to the team and the role, including your personal qualities and your potential for development.
Your suitability for this role will be assessed against how you:
• Apply sound knowledge of the principles and practices underpinning implementation of strategies designed to meet organisational priorities and achieve departmental goals and objectives within a complex and rapidly evolving environment. • Demonstrate capacity to work effectively under pressure, handle competing priorities and meet externally imposed deadlines either independently or as a member of a team. • Consult and share information to ensure self and others remain informed and up to date on relevant operational and internal training delivery matters. • Use your well-developed communication, consultation, and negotiation skills with a demonstrated capacity to interact with a wide variety of key stakeholders. While there are no mandatory qualifications for this role, practical experience in a similar role is highly advantageous. Terms • Multiple volunteer roles based within South-East Queensland • Flexible time commitment to support the successful candidates • SEQ region will be sub-divided to support the successful candidates • Commence Mid 2023
• Applications close 3rd July 2023