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Health Infrastructure Expert List

Health Infrastructure (HI) invites expressions of interest for the HI Expert List. 

The HI Expert List will comprise independent, individual advisors to provide strategic expert advice, carry out peer reviews or independent assurances and complete discrete pieces of work. The HI Expert List will extend across the full scope of services that Health Infrastructure now provides, including delivery of our capital program, precincts and commercial work, and asset management.

We are seeking Expressions of Interest from suitably qualified and experienced individuals for appointment as independent advisors to the HI Expert List. 

The appointment for a HI Expert List member will be for a one year period. The HI Expert List will comprise of up to five independent experts in each discipline. 

Selection Criteria

HI is looking for individuals who are experts in the following fields:
  • Organisational strategy, development and advisory 
  • Sustainability advisory 
  • Health strategy and planning 
  • Economic, cost and risk advisory 
  • Asset management advisory 
  • Infrastructure strategy, planning and design 
  • Construction and building advisory
More information including a more detailed list of the areas of expertise sought is available on the eTendering website.

Appointments to the HI Expert List will start in January 2023.

How to apply 

Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for the Health Infrastructure Expert List are now live on the eTendering website and will be open for a four week period to 30 September 2022. 

An optional tender briefing will be held at 10am on 21 September 2022, email by COB 19 September 2022 for more information.

EOIs are invited from suitably qualified individuals with the appropriate culture, experience, capability and capacity to provide expert advisory services to support the delivery of projects managed by Health Infrastructure across the capital program, precincts and commercial work, and asset management. 

Applications will only be considered from independent advisors who are not currently engaged by Health Infrastructure. An individual may either be a sole trader or be part of an organisation. If the individual is part of an organisation, this can be an organisation that already works for HI in other areas but the particular individual applying for the HI Expert List must not work for HI at the time of submission (or during tenure on the HI Expert List, if successful).

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