Expressions of Interest Careers in Health Administration
The Northern Regional Alliance is owned by the three Auckland regional DHBs and governed by a Board comprising two directors from each shareholding DHB and two directors appointed from Northland DHB.
Part of the Northern Regional Alliance manages the operations of the RMO (junior doctor) workforce and this includes the recruitment, clinical training administration, rostering and daily operations of this group in the Auckland region.
We have staff based at our Penrose and Auckland regional hospital sites so it would be an advantage if you have an interest in health, health experience, customer support or administration experience.
Our roles require high attention to detail, working to tight deadlines and achieving set tasks on a day to day basis, whilst juggling unexpected challenges.
We are seeking expressions of interest from individuals who are friendly and approachable, have outstanding communication skills, a can do attitude and a proven ability to build relationships with key stakeholders.
Also needed is the ability to work under pressure, manage conflicting priorities, ability to plan ahead and excellent knowledge of MS Office skills including database use.
If you are ready to further develop your career in a diverse sector, this is an opportunity to really make a difference to the health outcomes for our Auckland communities and grow your professional skills and knowledge.
To express your interest, please apply directly on Expressions of Interest Careers in Health Administration below. NRA is a great place to kick start a career in health current Operations team member I would recommend this role to other Health Science graduates interested in a career in Health Management.
This role gives you behind the scenes insight into the health sector current Operations team member To be considered for this role, you will need to hold a valid work visa (with a minimum of 12 months left on the expiry date), or be a NZ Citizen or permanent resident.
This position is NOT a children's worker under the Vulnerable Children Act