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Project Managers, Contract


Bay of Plenty District Health Board

Closing Date : 30 Nov 2019

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST - CONTRACT FOR SERVICE 

Project Managers
Māori Health Gains and Development
36-40 hours per week -  Fixed Term Appointments

  • Based at BOPDHB, Silver Birch House, Tauranga Hospital, travel may be required
  • 36 - 40 hours per week
  • Fixed Term Appointments ranging between 6 - 12 mths

We are looking for a highly organised, passionate and driven individuals who wish to unleash transformational change in our health system in partnership with Tangata Whenua and our Māori Health Gains and Development Team. If you have experience in change management, project management, improvement and quality we would like to hear from you.

The right candidates will be forward thinking, will have worked in a wide range of Hauora settings, with whanau, hapu, iwi. The candidates should be grounded in their knowledge of te reo mea ona tikanga, role model and champion Manaakitanga best practice and wish to be part of an innovative and driven team.

What you can expect day-to-day:

If you flourish in face-paced environments, critically think, problem-solve, have a high level of analytical, written, IT and oral skills. Enjoy influencing others to change the system this role is for you. The candidate will work alongside Māori Health Gains and Development leaders to execute large-scale, fully-integrated projects driven by the Ngā Au Rangi (strategic currents) within Te Toi Ahorangi (Māori Health Strategy) by:

  • Working as a member of the Toi Ora change engine, managing project boards and teams to stay on track and to timelines
  • Use Improvement, Lean and Agile practices
  • Partner with internal stakeholders using change management and quality improvement approaches
  • Risk Management and Issue Resolution

We are looking for:

  • >8 years health experience
  • Expertise in project, program and change management principles, methods and techniques
  • Quality Improvement mindset and expertise
  • Te reo Māori (NCEA level 3-4) and or enrolled / prepared work towards fluency in te reo Māori
  • Understands equity from a treaty perspective.
  • Demonstrated ability to transfer Te Aō Māori views, concepts, knowledge and practices for collective responsiveness.
  • Demonstrates high level of analytical, written, IT, oral skills and scholarship.

This is you opportunity to make a difference. Apply now, ensuring you highlight your brilliance via your CV and cover letter. 

Expressions of Interest close 30th November 2019. All applications must be made online.

 

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