Project Manager Southern Hub, Te Aho o Te Kahu - Cancer Control Agency
Ministry Of Health
Christchurch, New Zealand
17h ago

Job Description

  • Join a fast-paced environment dedicated to making a difference in Aotearoa
  • Plan, design and implement projects to improve outcomes
  • Based in Christchurch. 6 month fixed term or secondment
  • We are seeking a professional and proactive team player with proven ability to juggle a significant workload, often with changing priorities

    Mō tō mātou rōpū About our team :

    Te Aho o Te Kahu provides national leadership and oversight for cancer control, as well as system-wide prioritisation and coordination of cancer care in Aotearoa.

    Alongside a national team in Wellington, there are four regional hubs which have a critical role in linking the unique perspectives and diverse needs of regional communities to the development of national work programmes.

    Te whainga poto o tēnei tūranga What is the purpose of this position? :

    The role will provide capacity and capability for the Southern Hub to support the wider cancer sector in the implementation of the work programme for Te Aho o Te Kahu in the South Island.

    The position is for a fixed term until 31 March 2022, whilst other positions in the team take on different responsibilities for that time.

    The role will have the following focus for this time :

  • To support service improvement initiatives in line with a continuous quality improvement approach, including Quality Performance Indicator improvement plan implementation, strengthening South Island clinical pathways and collaboration to improve patient outcomes, and supporting improved patient and whanau centred care.
  • Flexibility to travel to other areas within the South Island to undertake duties
  • Ngā Pūkenga me ngā Wheako Skills & Experience :

    This position is open to applicants from the South Island cancer sector, and a successful applicant living and working outside of Christchurch may be able to be based at their home organisation by mutual agreement.

    Your skills will include :

  • The ability to ensure all work reflects our responsibilities to the priority of equity and meeting
  • Treaty obligations

  • Treaty obligations
  • Clinical experience across one or more aspects of oncology / haematology / cancer care
  • Knowledge and experience of the New Zealand health Sector
  • A tertiary Qualification in health
  • Project management experience
  • Understanding of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
  • This position has a salary range of $88,384 - $117,845. The offered salary will be based on skills and experience.

    Join Te Aho o Te Kahu - Ngā tūranga e wātea ana

    Working at Te Aho o Te Kahu is inspiring, meaningful and rewarding. The Agency provides an incredible opportunity to work alongside other passionate individuals in leading efforts to drive the changes required to improve cancer outcomes for all New Zealanders.

    Ngā uaratanga - Our Agency Values :

    We are equity led, whānau centred, knowledge driven and outcomes focused. For more information see our website https : / / teaho.govt.nz /

    Me pēhea te tuku tono How to apply :

    Please click Apply for this Job ' to upload your CV and cover letter.

    You will find a copy of the Position Description attached or online at careers.health.govt.nz.

    For further information regarding the role, please contact the Recruitment team at recruitment health.govt.nz quoting reference number MOH / 1649347 .

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