Site Manager - Radiation Oncology Treatment Centre - Icon Cancer Centre Noosa



  • Opportunity to Combine your Industry Skills, Leadership Potential and Business Savvy within a Highly Innovative, Research-Focused, Rapidly Expanding Company
  • Help Deliver Exceptional Patient Care with Cutting-Edge Technology
  • Impressive Remuneration and Benefits Package on Offer
  • Permanent Full Time Position, 9-day Fortnight
Icon Cancer Centre Noosa expected to open for first patients in mid-2024. 

Icon is dedicated to improving access to world-class cancer care services for regions with increased need. The Noosa and Noosa Hinterland region has experienced an annual population growth of 2.3% in the past decade, compared to 1.5% across the state, with over 25% of the region’s population aged 65 years and older. With latest figures showing one in two older Australians will receive a cancer diagnosis by the time they are 85, the region is in desperate need of further cancer care investment.
  
Who are we looking for? We’d love to find people with any (not necessarily all) of these skills:
  • Skills relating to new clinic start-up, business development and management.
  • Radiation Therapist, Medical Physics or Radiation Oncology nursing background.
  • A genuine drive to recruit and grow a team of healthcare professionals dedicated to providing the best service in the region.
Will we succeed? Yes! 
Icon Group have built ten new sites in the last 5 years, across both metro and regional areas; and they have all been successful. We have the both the variety and most pertinent support at your disposal to ensure this site is a roaring success. You will be back by backed by a dedicated and experienced State Manager, and a plethora of SME’s to lean on to ensure that we bring this desperately needed service to the region.
  
Not local to the region? Please apply or reach out anyway. It’s Noosa – a great place to live, thrive, grow and enjoy.
  
About the role:
The primary purpose of the role is to provide strong operational leadership to the multidisciplinary team to ensure the service is running effectively, efficiently and in accordance with the organisations policies, procedures, and legislative requirements of applicable governing bodies.
  
The Site Manager will support and drive strategic business initiatives and contribute toward developing and upholding a high performance culture that is in alignment with Icon’s vision and values, to ultimately deliver exceptional patient-centred care. With a significant pipeline of development and growth ready to be implemented across the site and service, this is a rare opportunity that you don’t want to miss.

The position will operate in a full-time permanent capacity, 76 hours/fortnight (Monday to Friday). The role will report to the State Manager (QLD) and holds the direct responsibility of operational, financial, and human resource management of the site.

Key responsibilities:
  • Provide effective operational leadership and management to the multidisciplinary team
  • Monitor, report, forecast, and respond to total site performance against financial, operational, and quality KPIs
  • Establish and maintain the highest standards and continually enhance the quality of service and patient experience
  • Apply effective resource and workflow management strategies to optimise quality, efficiency and productivity
  • Build and maintain a high-performance culture that delivers quality patient care services through a patient centric and collaborative approach
  • Develop plans for improvement and innovation in service delivery
  • Establish and maintain exceptional doctor relationships – internal and external
  • Partner with Business Development Managers to develop, deliver, and monitor the site’s operational plan
About You:
To ensure our sites deliver an exceptional experience for patients, their families, doctors, our staff and visitors, we are seeking candidates who consistently demonstrate values aligned to those of the organisation and in addition, a strong passion for patient care, and a 'can-do' attitude. We are looking for an experienced healthcare leader with a demonstrated history of nurturing exceptional teams and driving high-performance across business and clinical domains. The successful candidate will be adept at navigating the complexities of a health service with energy and commitment while recognising the opportunity for personal and professional development and growth.
  
Skills and Experience:
This is a front line management position and you will need to be able to demonstrate:
  • Strong understanding of the service delivery models within the public and private healthcare sectors
  • Experience in a leadership role in a healthcare organisation with a demonstrated consultative leadership style
  • Capacity to lead enthusiastically, communicate effectively and manage people while balancing the delivery of safe quality patient care with the varying and/or conflicting demands of stakeholders
  • Financial, analytical and business planning capabilities in a service delivery framework where KPIs are used to measure performance outcomes
  • Ability to engage team members in delivering safe quality cancer care services in a highly regulated and dynamic environment
  • Strong commitment to team member development facilitated through assessment, learning and development programs
  • Demonstrated commitment to customer service
  • Demonstrated experience in establishing external stakeholder relationships, particularly in Executive and Medical settings
Qualifications/Registrations
  • Undergraduate or post-graduate healthcare qualification (required), with Radiation Therapy or Registered Nurse qualifications highly regarded
  • Undergraduate or post-graduate qualification in health administration or management/business (highly regarded)
  • Current AHPRA Registration (if applicable to profession)
  • Victorian Radiation Use License (if applicable to profession)
Here’s why our people choose us:
  • Purpose, at Pace: We remain focused on continually expanding our cancer treatment services and making them accessible to more people across Australia and internationally.
  • Impact, at Scale: We’re Australia’s largest dedicated provider of cancer care, with our global reach growing every day. Here you’ll know your work is making a difference.
  • Connection, at Heart: Our work isn’t easy but it’s extremely important. Our secret ingredient is our incredible, connected, and talented people. And their secret ingredient is each other.
  • Opportunity, at Hand: We’re constantly innovating. We deliver over 2.5 million patient interactions, in over 120 places, across 5 countries. Every week brings changes, growth and new opportunities.
Excited to join us?  
At Icon Group, we are so proud of our passionate, dedicated people and the amazing work they do. Apply Now to join us and help change lives. Because you belong with a team that genuinely cares.  
  
Visit https://icongroup.global/en/careers/our-people/stories/ to read the stories of our incredible people. 
  
Icon Group celebrates diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace for all employees. We encourage applications from all diverse backgrounds.  
  
A few of our benefits  
  • Valued rewards and recognition program
  • Structured professional development program 
  • Access to novated lease options via our partner RemServ
  • Access to clinical and non-clinical education programs
  • Employee Assistance Program
Want to know more? Reach out to Icon’s Talent Advisor: jane.catchpoole@icon.team
  
Icon is committed to managing the risk of transmission of specified vaccine preventable diseases (VPDs) including COVID-19. Certain roles may require the successful candidate to show evidence that they have been vaccinated against or are not susceptible to specified VPDs.

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