- Highly regarded values-based organisation
- Executive leadership role reporting to CEO
- Modernisation agenda
About the organisation
GMHBA is an Australian not-for-profit health insurance and care company. Having served the community since 1934, it has become one of Australia’s leading regionally-based private health insurers. Today, GMHBA is proud to cover nearly 370,000 Australians through distinct brands: GMHBA Health Insurance, Frank Health Insurance and health.com.au. GMHBA is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of its members and customers and the communities in which they operate.
About the role
Reporting to the CEO, the Chief Technology and Data Officer is responsible for the executive leadership and management of GMHBA’s Technology, Data and Process Improvement Division. The role collaborates with the Executive Management Team to achieve the organisation’s strategic objectives, and oversees the entire information technology function for the organisation. This encompasses strategy, architecture, core systems, information security, operations, applications and processes, vendor management and digital transformation. The position’s remit additionally extends to implementing the data strategy that will see the organisation enjoy the benefits of meaningful well-structured insights. A driving motivation of this position will be the uplifting of GMHBA’s systems and processes to contemporary platforms that underpin operational excellence.
You are a senior technology leader, having overseen the advancement of your organisation’s systems, customer experiences and team engagement. You have driven an organisation’s data strategy to provide information that is powerful, insightful and accessible. An inspiring leader, you relish the opportunity to play a key leadership role within one of Australia’s leading health insurance providers
For more information, please contact Brian Barry at SHK on +61 3 8620 8049 or click ‘Apply for this job’. Please submit your resume in Microsoft Word format. Direct and third-party applications will be forwarded to SHK.