Assistant Manager, Community Allied Health & Medical Planning

Job ID:  6107
Job Function:  Administration
Institution:  National University Health System


The Job Holder will support the Community Allied Health and Medical Planning Support (CAMP) unit under the Clinical Services and Governance Division (CSGD). The Job Holder will provide support for strategic allied health and medical manpower planning, coordination and administration matters to the Medical Lead and Allied Health Lead to ensure smooth delivery of Community Allied Health and Medical services, as well as an engaged workforce of Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) and Doctors to drive integrated care in the community.


Job Responsibilities

1) Strategic AHP and Medical Manpower Planning

  • Manage annual financial work plan and budgeting exercise for required community medical and AHP manpower to support population-health based initiatives and programmes
  • Provide support on long and short-term strategic manpower planning and conduct regular reviews with Medical Lead and Allied Health Lead
  • Keep abreast of NUHS population health developments and identify opportunities/gaps/areas of collaboration in terms of community AHP and medical support where appropriate


2) Professional matters and clinical quality management

  • Coordinating with Medical Lead and Allied Health Lead on professional and development matters
  • Support in the implementation of quality assurance (QA) and quality improvement (QI) initiatives
  • Liaise with relevant stakeholders on allied health and medical-related workflows


3) Manpower-related administration support

  • Liaise with internal/external stakeholders and/or programme owners (e.g. Community Nursing, Community Operations, hospitals) to establish service agreements
  • Support onboarding, administrative and disbursement matters relating to allied health and medical manpower purchase and coordination
  • Manage and maintain list of RHSO allied health and medical manpower under the Community Care Team and Medical Director’s Office.
  • Planning and managing workforce engagement activities to understand AHP and medical resourcing/operational needs
  • Provide secretariat and administrative support for related meetings as assigned. This includes minute taking, preparation of slides, record keeping etc.


4) Any other tasks as assigned



  • Qualification Required and Area of Discipline
  • Good degree in any discipline, preferably in Life Sciences, Business Administration etc.
  • Required Competencies and Capabilities (Skills, Experiences and Professional Licences)
  • 4 to 6 years of relevant working experience, preferably with 1 - 2 years in a managerial / leadership position
  • Prior experience in healthcare sector and/or clinical operations is preferred
  • Experience in project/programme management, community care or partnerships will be an advantage
  • Ability to multi-task and work under tight timelines
  • Excellent communication, presentation, negotiation and interpersonal skill
  • Strong analytical/ problem solving skills, good organisation and time management skills
  • Good command of English, with experience in preparing/writing presentation, papers, SOPs
  • Good team player and able to work cohesively in a team