Seslhd Service Agreement

. The Category Manager will assist in the management of the SESLHD Procurement Unit and will be responsible for all procurement and management activities related to defined clinical/non-clinical categories, to ensure compliance with the NSW Goods and Procurement Policy and other relevant policies, regulations and standards. Category Contracts Manager must work effectively with clinicians and suppliers to manage our contracts on a variety of products. A close link with HealthShare and knowledge of the different health contracts are required. Do you need more information? 1) Click here for seslhd`s position description and expected standards 2) Learn more about applying for this position For any role-related questions or questions, contact Mark Atkinson on Mark.Atkinson@health.nsw.gov.au The position will play an active role in assessing and monitoring the effectiveness of district controls, procedures and processes in reducing the risk of fraud and corruption. and any risks to SESLHD`s reputation that may result from purchasing activities and contracts. SESLHD is committed to creating a job that reflects the diversity of our community. This will help our staff, patients and their caregivers feel supported. We encourage people from different backgrounds to apply. What you`re going to do The vision of the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD) is “exceptional care, healthier living”. SESLHD is committed to ensuring that our community is healthy and healthy and provides the best possible compassionate care when people need it. .. .

. The employment of a temporary visa holder can only take place if no suitable resident or citizen of Australia has been identified for that position following appropriate labour market tests. The category manager shall ensure the provision of all contracts and the support of suppliers with regard to all local and national agreements with regard to categories. The milking manager should have detailed knowledge of the requirements and processes of the Ministry of Health and provide internal employees and other stakeholders with high-level advice and guidance on procurement and contracts. . . .