Health and Welfare Service Managers are responsible for overseeing all daily operational requirements of a facility, organisation or centre.
With the role being mostly administrative, a Service Manager's duties can include budget management, assisting with recruitment, liaising with health and welfare providers, and coordinating and administering health and welfare programs and clinical services.
On average, a Health and Welfare Service Manager earns $102,230 per annum.
Projection: 22% more Health and Welfare Managers employed in Australia in 2020 (compared to 2015)
The top three regions for employment as a Health and Welfare Services Manager are:
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