Employer: Victorian Therapeutic Advisory Group
Salary: $ 88,000 - $ 115,000
Closing application date: 29/09/2017
You will be a suitably qualified pharmacist, or other health professional, ideally with experience in hospital oncology and/or project management. Working with the VicTAG Management Committee, in partnership with Department of Health and Human Services Victoria (DHHS), you will embark on a state-wide project to develop a chemotherapy audit toolkit for Victorian health services.
You will identify current auditing practices and lead the development of a best practice chemotherapy audit tool to determine chemotherapy prescribing practices across the state. You will be responsible for leading all aspects of the project under the guidance of the Project Steering Committee.
The role may also call upon your expertise to advise on broader aspects of cancer delivery.
Qualifications and Experience
- Bachelor of Pharmacy (preferred) or tertiary qualification in other relevant health discipline
- Experience and/or knowledge of delivery of oncology services and chemotherapeutic regimens
- Experience in project management (desirable)
- Experience in using oncology e-health systems (desirable)
Key Selection Criteria
- Understanding of the implementation of effective audit within health services
- Well-developed communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
- Change management capabilities as demonstrated in previous achievements
- Demonstrated ability to effectively plan, organise and manage time
- Proven ability to deliver outcomes to agreed timelines
- Demonstrated ability to effectively engage stakeholders to achieve desired outcomes
- Regarded as a clinical leader in the area of oncology (desirable)
The Victorian Therapeutics Advisory Group (VicTAG) is an independent, not-for profit association. VicTAG members are hospital pharmacists and medical specialists from Victorian hospitals. The Management Committee comprises representatives from hospital Drug and Therapeutics Committees.
VicTAG‘s purpose is to promote quality use of medicines by sharing unbiased, evidence-based information about medication therapy and to support the goals of, and facilitate the National Medicines Policy of access, quality, and safety in the use of medicines in Victorian hospitals.
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Contact: Kent Garrett - firstname.lastname@example.org (03) 9496 3170