MSIA seeks general manager

The Medical Software Industry Association (MSIA) is seeking a half-time general manager.

The Association is urging interested applicants to apply for the newly created role, which reports directly to the MSIA Board.

The Association said the two-and-a-half days a week paid position will involve leading and co-ordinating all aspects of the MSIA’s work, especially membership co-ordination and support; representation on committees; liaison with government and other stakeholders; promotion and marketing; special projects; and activities that will increase the profile and peak body status of the Association.

The general manager will also liaise with MSIA stakeholders including members, Health IT customers and government departments.

The position has been created in response to the growth of the Association, and applicants must be capable of building on the success of the MSIA and leading the next phase of growth, as well as ensuring the continued sustainability of the Association as a high profile and effective peak body, and contributing to the commercial success of its members.

The position is a national profile role that the successful applicant can “mould”. It will also provide the successful applicant with an opportunity to influence the growth of the MSIA and to influence Health IT developments in Australia.

The not-for-profit MSIA provides a national industry voice for software vendors in the health and medical software fields. It advocates on behalf of its members and liaises with industry on policy development, strategic projects and standards development. It also conducts industry round tables on Health IT issues.

A position description is available at the MSIA website. Applications close February 23.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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