Procurement

Procurement

Under the guidance of NSW Government, NSW Health is exploring ways to create better outcomes through purchasing and procurement models and practices.

NSW Health applies a value-based approach to purchasing and procurement to make decisions that are efficient, economically sound and ethical, to deliver value for money on a whole-of-life basis for patients, clinicians, and other end-users.

Administrative staff undertaking high-volume, lower complexity, transactional work, often directly with staff, patients and/or suppliers.
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Entry-level professional procurement staff undertaking medium to high-complexity work, drawing on tertiary-level procurement knowledge and capabilities, some of which may be ‘transactional’.
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Experienced procurement professionals that can include both managers of more junior procurement staff, or experienced specialists generating further insights in their area of specialism.
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Experienced, future-focused procurement professionals who manage teams, with strong strategic, advisory, and business partnering capabilities. Moving towards more strategic roles.
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Experienced, future-focused, strategic procurement leaders of large teams, either in Executive roles or progressing towards these. Strategic influencers, visionary drivers of change. .