Change Lead

Location: Brisbane
Job Type: Contract
Posted: about 2 months ago
Contact: Arriane Mendoza
Reference: 260768

About the Company/Role:

Our client is a specialist state-wide hospital and health service dedicated to providing the best possible family-centred healthcare for paediatric healthcare, teaching and research.

The program is currently delivering a range of exciting ICT application initiatives, with this role positioned to assist current in-flight application projects (within various stages of delivery); or supporting exciting new projects that are about to commence.


  • Apply high level leadership and support change management activities with clinical and non-clinical staff during the implementation of the project.
  • Lead and manage the definition, documentation and successful completion of the business readiness elements of a medium scale, complex change in line with program and project management methodologies.
  • Promote and ensure the use of appropriate change management techniques, methodologies and tools to ensure quality change management outcomes are delivered.
  • Manage project change resources.
  • Develop the Change and Engagement strategy in collaboration with Clinical Informatics Change Managers, the project team and business stakeholders, ensuring adherence to policy and procedures.
  • Develop the Training Strategy (Training Needs Analysis, Training Plan) and supporting training collateral in collaboration with the project team, business stakeholders and suppliers.


  • Experience in ICT change roles at a senior level, combined with a good understanding and expertise of Queensland Health systems and processes.
  • Experience or exposure to Menu Management systems and processes as well as HBCIS, Patient Flow Manager (Kyra Flow) and ieMR is highly regarded.

If you are seeking the next step in your career, please APPLY NOW!

For any further questions or information, please contact Arriane at or 07-2143-2822 and quote job #260768

Diversity and inclusion are strongly supported at Peoplebank. People of all nationalities, gender identities, and cultural backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, are encouraged to apply.