Opportunity for personal and professional development
Strong client and community focus
Extensive salary packaging
Boandik is a leading provider of services for older people in the South East of South Australia. We provide personalised services to all clients to enable them to maintain their independence and involvement in the community.
You have the opportunity to join a cohesive team in this progressive organisation. The position is full-time based in the corporate office in Mount Gambier.
Responsibilities will include:-
Working with the line managers, manage and oversee the operations of the maintenance and housekeeping departments
Working with the Accountant, manage and oversee all financial and business planning activities
Maintain an effective quality system
Ensure the ongoing maintenance and updating of information systems and infrastructure including larger projects
Together with the chief executive officer, executive residential manager and executive community manager form a cohesive executive team for the whole of Boandik
We are seeking a person who has:-
Extensive experience in a senior leadership role
Tertiary qualifications relevant to the position with business or commerce preferred
Demonstrated ability to lead and build the capabilities of a diverse team
Experience in financial management and budgeting
Empathy and understanding for the individual
A position description and duties list is available below. Any questions regarding the position to Gillian McGinty, (08) 87257377.
Applications including a statement addressing the key responsibilities will close on 5th July 2019 and should be addressed to:-
Gillian McGinty, CEO, Boandik, 101 Lake Terrace East, Mount Gambier SA 5290
"I sincerely thank Boandik Lodge for allowing me the opportunity to be employed by such a highly respected, committed and well-functioning aged care organisation. The learning opportunities that have come my way during my time at Boandik are invaluable. I look forward to watching Boandik Lodge become one of the best aged care providers in the country."