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Practice managers

Practice managers organise and control the functions and resources of professional practices such as administrative systems and practice personnel.

What do practice managers do?

  • contribute to the planning and review of office services, and set priorities and service standards
  • manage records and accounts of the practice
  • work with professionals to coordinate practice business and resolve problems
  • manage physical facilities, buildings and equipment
  • ensure compliance with relevant government legislation, policies and procedures
  • coordinate activities such as hiring, promotions, performance management, payroll, training and supervision

Moderate

projected job openings

$52-$65k

qualified full-time wage

60%

employed full-time

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Ways to get started