About the role
The Director Support role provides high quality administrative services to support the business functionality of the Women, Children and Family Division.
- Provide high quality administrative and systems support to the units within the Divisions of Women, Children and Family, include appropriate communications with all business partners and the recording and managing of confidential, personal and sensitive information.
- Participate as required in the timely development and distribution of departmental medical rostering as per rostering guidelines established within the relevant award and agreements.
- Process documentation in hospital specific information systems such as HBCIS, FAMMIS, Trendcare and Workbrain and provide reports relative to these systems using the Microsoft Office suite.
- Undertake data entry and maintain the accuracy and integrity of information in databases and information systems as required including performing secretariat duties for relevant meetings (agendas, minutes and communications, etc).
- Perform general administrative duties including processing of human resource and financial documentation whilst prioritising workload effectively.
- Exercise judgement and discretion in performing tasks whilst being responsible for the quality of work undertaken. Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team whilst respective the diversity of ideas.
- Demonstrated skills in administrative support including diary management, coordinate workflows to meet deadlines with an ability to manage confidential information in an ethical and sensitive manner
- Ability to effectively prepare and edit documentation including but not limited to email, official correspondence, reports and presentations with a focus on attention to detail
- Experience with contemporary computer applications including but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite, Internet and Outlook
- Ability to effectively liaise and consult with others in order to achieve positive outcomes and achieve results in line with the Division's objectives..
How to apply
To apply you will need to download and read the role description and information package, please provide your CV or resume including the names and contact details of two referees and a short response (maximum 1-2 pages) on how your experience, abilities, knowledge and personal qualities are relevant for the role, taking into account the key accountabilities of the role. If you are viewing this advertisement on Seek, to access the Role Description please click on “Apply for this job” to be taken to our website.
Vaccination Preventable Disease
This role is designated as ‘Vaccination Preventable Disease (VPD) risk role'. You must be able to provide evidence that you either:
- have been vaccinated against the VPD's listed in the role description; or
- you are not susceptible to the VPD's listed in the role description.
You will be asked by the recruiting manager to supply this evidence if you are the preferred candidate for the role. More information and evidence forms can be found at
About West Moreton
- 40 Minutes from Brisbane CBD
- 9,521 kilometres region supporting over 250,000 people
- One of 16 Hospital and Health Services (HHS) within Queensland Health
- Fastest growing region in Australia with projected increase of 136% by 2036
- $490.5 Million budget and 2,934 full time equivalent staff
- One of the largest employers in the region
Major 351 bed acute teaching hospital with one of the Queensland's busiest and best performing emergency departments. Specialities including anaesthetics, emergency, medicine, surgery, intensive and coronary care, orthopaedics, obstetrics, paediatrics, palliative care, rehabilitation, mental health and allied health services.