Programme manager
Wise Group
Auckland, New Zealand
9h ago
  • Full-time role, Monday Friday. Based in Ellerslie, Auckland
  • Enjoy flexible work arrangements, extra leave, subsidies for school holiday childcare
  • Grow your career at one on New Zealanders largest mental health providers
  • Lead and inspire a team of people to support the delivery of programmes and projects within Te Pou practice team.

    About Te Pou Mō mātou

    TePou is a not-for-profit, national workforce development centre. We aim toimprove the lives of people with mental health, addiction, and disability needsby connecting the people working with them, tāngata whai ora, tāngata whaikahaand their whānau, with knowledge, resources, training, and information.

    Blueprint for Learning is our partner learning and development organisation.

    Te Pou is part of the Wise Group, a family of peak performing charitable entities working in areas from frontline service to software development.

    The Benefits Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou

    Extra annual leave after 12 months of employment

    Ongoing training and support in your role and career

    Subsides for school holiday programme

    Discount at Specsavers for you and your family members

    Discounted plans with Southern Cross for medical insurance

    Special banking treatments for Westpac customers

    Be part of a supportive team where work life balance is encouraged The Role Mō tēnei tūranga mahi

    As programme manager you will lead a team of people that lead and support programmes and projects within the Te Pou practice team.

    The role reports to the Manager Practise

    This is a full-time role 40 hours per week working Monday to Friday 8.30am- 5.00 pm. Based in Ellerslie, Auckland.

    Responsibilities include :

  • Providing programme leadership and management for the Integrated primary mental health and addiction programme (IPMHA)
  • Leading a team of people that work across a range of workforce development programmes and projects
  • Lead engagement with key stakeholders across health including primary care, mental health and addiction services
  • Be part of a team to develop new resources and initiatives to make a difference in people’s lives.
  • You Mōu

  • Experience in programme or project management skills in the health sector, preferably mental health, addiction or primary care
  • Understanding of managing a national programme, particularly in health and / or education
  • Proven practitioner experience in a similar position, or in a leadership role where you have had experience developing and driving new initiatives
  • Experience of workforce planning and development
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