Spurling - Health Management - Parramatta, NSW, Australia

Myra Spurling

Parramatta, NSW, Australia

Services

Health Management

  • Full time
  • Part time
  • One time
  • Contract
  • Temp

Work History

General Manager

From September 2013

Next Generation Fertility, Sydney

Key Responsibilities:
• Assess ongoing business viability prior to the buy out of one Director
• Assess current staffing levels and proposed future staffing requirements
• Perform staff appraisals
• Develop Strategic Plan and Work Plans for organisation based on the findings perceived requirements
• Prepare monthly reports to Board of Directors
• Engage with stakeholders in two additional sites in relation to proposed new rooms

Operations / Business Manager

Coffs Harbour GP Super Clinic

March 2013 - September 2013

Short term contract position
Coffs Harbour GP Super Clinic

Key Responsibilities:
• Oversee the completion of building a large Super Clinic (expected completion December 2013).
• Recruit and manage general practitioners to work within the new super clinic (contract and salaried practitioners)
• Engage pharmaceutical, pathology and radiology businesses to occupy space in the building, as well as other specialties and allied health professionals
• Engage nursing and administration staff
• Regularly report to Commonwealth on the progress of building and project management

Business Manager

October 2012 - January 2013

- Short term contract position to develop business plan
1300SMILES Cairns &Townsville

Key Responsibilities:
• Human resources duties in relation to Dentists and staff, including recruitment of Dentists, performance management, I.R. issues and training
• Development of business strategies for profitable surgeries
• Risk management assessments
• Financial management and assessment

Human Resources / Service Manager

Community Health

February 2010 - October 2012

Apunipima Cape York Health Council, Cairns, Qld

Key Responsibilities:
• Human Resources duties in relation to 60 multi-disciplinary staff in remote area of Cape York, including recruitment, contract management, performance management, training, disciplinary processes, conflict resolution and I.R. issues as well as keeping up with various awards and regulations
• Sourcing and recruitment of medical practitioners (contract, locum and salaried) and ongoing training and support of these doctors
• Included in the team working on the new E.B.A. for the organisation, working with Qld Health, Nursing Union, Work Safe Qld. and Miscellaneous Workers Union
• Development of business and strategic plans in relation to the delivery of health services
• Risk Management assessments
• Program financial and performance management
• Internal Audits of Management Systems
• Source external funding opportunities, prepare funding applications and budgets, and report on such Provide support to multidisciplinary health teams (GPs, Nurses, Aboriginal Health Workers, Allied Health Workers) as well as support to administrative staff
• Liaise with external service providers to develop and strengthen the standing of our organization, and develop collaborative working relations
• funding agreements
• Oversee the implementation of evidence-based service delivery
• Provide support to multidisciplinary health teams (GPs, Nurses, Aboriginal Health Workers, Allied Health Workers) as well as support to administrative staff
• Liaise with external service providers to develop and strengthen the standing of our organization, and develop collaborative working relations

Primary Health Care Manager

H.R

September 2008 - February 2010

Sunrise Health Service, Katherine NT
Key Responsibilities:
• Human Resources duties in relation to 140 staff including 9 remote clinics. Recruitment of all clinical and administrative staff, 25% of whom were agency staff with relative contract management, performance management, support and training, disciplinary processes and attendance at Industrial Relations discussions, conflict resolution, as well as keeping up to date with current awards and regulations
• Sourcing and recruitment of medical practitioners (contracted, oversees trained and salaried doctors), and continual monitoring, support and training of these doctors
• Development and negotiation with Workplace Authority in relation to EBA, which has been accepted
• Contract negotiation with Government agencies
• Co-development of business and strategic plans
• Risk Management assessment
• Program Financial Management
• Source external funding opportunities, prepare funding applications and budgets, and report on such funding agreements
• Development, implementation and refinement of administrative and clinical governance procedures
• Oversee the implementation of evidence-based service delivery
• Provide support to multidisciplinary health teams (GPs, Nurses, Aboriginal Health Workers, Allied Health Workers) as well as support to administrative staff
• Liaise with external service providers to develop and strengthen the standing of our organization, and develop collaborative working relations
• Oversee the implementation of Youth at Risk and child health programs
• Oversee the implementation of chronic disease programs
• Oversee the implementation of men's and women's health programs
• Oversee the implantation of anti-smoking, substance abuse and binge drinking programs
• Analyse and report on the findings and results in relation to the above programs.
Achievements:
• Established strong links with government and non-government service providers
• Developed and implemented Youth at Risk, Binge Drinking,...

Financial control and project management

Talison and Greenfields Mine Sites & Shark Bay Salt

October 2006 - September 2008

Key responsibilities:
• Financial control and project management
• Contract Administration
• Site Administration
• Supervision and conduct of daily pre start meetings, identify and solve issues
• Risk Management assessments
• Audits of Food Safety
• Audits of Environmental Management systems
• Supervision of Contractors
• Organisation of Logistics
• Organisation of Flight/accommodation for staff
• Source/purchase of supplies - working against budgets
• Safety inspection of work areas
• All HR functions, contract negotiation, IR issues
• Incident reporting/investigation
• Project Management, using Microsoft Project Manager
• Control of work manning schedules
• Project financial management
• Prepare and issue weekly project reports
• Health & safety inspection and compliance audits
• Document control
• Drawings register control
Achievements:
• The project was completed within the timeframe and within budget.

Temporary Contract

Kamilaroi E.A.C

July 2006 - October 2006

St. George, Qld
Mission Australia
Project Manager/Administrator
Key Responsibilities:
• Financial administration of an organization under financial stress
• Board and staff capacity building, staff training
• HR business planning, contract negotiation
• Financial fix, MYOB procedures
• Preparation for AGM of organization
• Ongoing liaison with DEWR
Achievements:
Organization back on track financially, and Policies & Procedures in place

Mutitjulu Community Inc

Yulara, N.T.
C.E.O.12 month contract
Responsibilities:
Human Resource Management
• Recruitment, training, regular staff appraisals, mentoring and conflict resolution.
• HR strategic planning & Contract Negotiation.
Financial Management:
• Formation of business plan for commercial arm, business development, strategic plan for council, budget preparation, financial management and reporting against budgets, submission of funding applications to Government bodies including regular financial and performance reporting to these bodies.
General Management:
• Community development
• Responsibility for council works, projects and asset management
• Board governance training
• Coordination of Board meetings, recording and transcription of Minutes
• Computer network and IT management
Achievements:
• Commercial arm financially sound.
• New businesses in place.
• Sound governance training established for board members.
• Implementation of a new Child Centre.
• Development and implementation of Youth at Risk programs
• Development and implementation of Healthy child programs
• Development and implementation of the provision of meals for children at risk
• Development of plans for a Safe House for youth at risk and young children

CEO

Gulf Health Services

Responsibilities:
Human Resource Management:
• Recruitment, training of Aboriginal Health Workers, nursing and administration staff, conflict resolution, staff appraisals.
• Project Management
• HR strategic planning and contract negotiation, IR resolution
Financial Management:
• Preparation and submission of budgets and funding submissions, credit control, payroll, BAS and taxation requirements, cash flow analysis and reporting, regular financial and performance reporting to funding bodies and the Board.
• Control of asset purchases, asset register.
• Management of network IT system.
General Management:
• Coordination of Board governance training
• Development of Strategic and Business plans in collaboration with the Board
• Development of Policies and Procedures in collaboration with the Board and staff
• Coordination of Board Meetings, recording and transcription of Minutes
Project Management:
• Coordination of community health projects (Diabetes, hypertension and renal function detection, intervention and control, together with ongoing education and regular performance reporting to OATSIH).
Operations Management:
• Purchase and maintenance of vehicles, medical equipment, housing and office administration.
• Coordination of mental health and nutrition programs for over 3,000 people residing in the region.

Financial Field Officer and Trainer

ATSIC, Nhulunbuy, N.T

Achievements:
Successfully trained staff in four communities in bookkeeping and financial reporting.
Responsibilities:
• Support, advise and train ATSIC funded remote community organizations on computer accounting, budget and funding applications as well as financial reporting.

Manager

McDonald Downs Station

Achievements:
Brought store from financial deficit to large profit within twelve months.
Responsibilities:
• Financial management
• Store purchasing, pricing, book-up system, management of Centrelink cheques and benefits for Aboriginal clients
• Management of Centrelink Agency
• Management of maintenance of equipment (fridges, generator, airstrip, oval, vehicles)
• Stock control

Finance Manager/Assistant CEO/Outstation Health Coordinator

Demed Association

Achievements:
• Office systems and policies in place
• Commercial enterprises - business plans in place, and all operations profitable
• Staff training up to date - several local people in jobs
Responsibilities:
Financial Management:
• Budget and funding submissions to ATSIC, N.T. Health, OATSIH, HACC, Local Government, together with regular financial and performance reporting to the funding bodies and local Board.
• Payroll, including taxation requirements and management of salary sacrifice benefits, BAS statements, end of year financial reporting to Trial Balance.
• Debtor and Creditor control
• Adoption and management of asset register
• Organisation of regular Board meetings, recording and transcription of shorthand minutes.
General Management:
• Development of strategic and business plans in conjunction with the Board
• Coordination of Board meetings, recording and transcription of Minutes
Human Resource Management:
• Recruitment and training of staff
• Contract negotiation
• Conflict resolution
IT Management
• Business development
• Community development
• Management of Outstation Food Business
• Management of Charter Airline

Qualifications & Certifications

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