Milne Provincial Health Authority (MBPHA) was established under the Provincial Health Act 2007 (PHAA) in 2009 and it has been responsible for the provision of health service in the province. A unique opportunity in Milne Bay Provincial Health Authority health care leadership is now available with the vacant position of Chief Executive Officer of Milne Bay Provincial Health Authority (MBPHA), to be filled effectively by March 2020 by a proven mature leader. Given PHA’s province-wide responsibility and the complex nature of the organization, the role of CEO is not just for anyone. It will take an extraordinary individual who understands service delivery in a complex and specialized health-care environment, in which alignment of vision is critical, driving innovation and evidence-based change is key and where fiscal responsibility and shared values are instilled throughout the organization. The CEO will lead the way in establishing priorities and provide seasoned guidance around decision making with the partner agencies, other service providers, programs and divisions under the MBPHA umbrella, and can inspire, motivate, influence with a compassionate but decisive leadership style.
Chief Executive Officer - Milne Bay Provincial Health AuthorityThe Chief Executive Officer is a Public Service executive level position under the Milne Bay Provincial Health Authority Board of governance. The CEO reports to the Milne Bay Provincial Health Authority Board of Governance and is truly accountable for the fundamental leadership of the organization as a whole. The CEO ensures that the planning, implementation and evaluation of MBPHA’s services meet the health needs of the population of Milne Bay Province, while at the same time mirrors the health priorities of the Ministry of Health. Providing superior leadership to the executive team, the CEO works collaboratively to shape the strategic direction of the organization, optimizes resources to achieve objectives, builds community partnerships across the province, and influences improvements to patient care service models outside of the status quo. Moreover, as an active member and key contributor to the development of health care policy and strategy, the CEO will play a vital role in forging strong relationships with other state agencies, Health Authorities, relevant stakeholders, and the Ministry of Health.