Closing date: 9am Tuesday 10 May 2022.
The Queensland Department of Health is providing a unique opportunity to participate as a member of the Investment Assurance Committee (IAC). The Committee provides assurance on Queensland Health’s built infrastructure projects and their achievement of healthcare service outcomes.
In essence, this committee ensures that Queensland Health capital projects are “on track” to deliver the proposed benefits with a high chance of success and ready to progress to the next stage. The Committee has an independent Chair and representatives from across the Department of Health, Hospital and Health services and central agencies.
The role of the consumer representative on this committee will be to attend Investment Assurance Committee meetings and to actively participate in all Committee activities such as pre-meeting reading, discussions, provision of feedback and advice.
Who is it for?
This is a strategic high-level committee that is tasked with lots of reading. Meeting papers usually average over 200 pages, so this would suit someone with a high level of literacy. Other criteria include:
- With at least 6 months’ committee experience, either at the Hospital and Health Service, or Statewide level.
- An understanding of major projects and infrastructure would be ideal.
- Having knowledge of capital planning and delivery process would be advantageous.
- Has interest or understanding of various cycles including, project and program lifecycles.