interRAI Software Services Manager

Wellington, New Zealand · interRAI Services


Central Region Technical Advisory Services Limited (known as TAS) is a Wellington-based, crown-owned, professional consultancy providing a range of solution-focused services to the New Zealand health sector regionally and nationally. Our work is driven by our passion to support our customers and stakeholders to provide a public health system that delivers the best health care experience, wellbeing and outcomes for all New Zealanders.

Collaboration and partnership are central to how we work. We create value for our customers and stakeholders through our integrated approach to delivering strategic advice, insights, analysis, programmes and projects. We draw on the expertise, advice and leadership of health sector networks, actively seeking input and direction from a wide range of informed sources, including clinicians, professional groups, health managers and the Ministry of Health.

We are seeking an exceptional candidate with a passion for excellent customer service and the ability to provide a software service to support users across New Zealand.


Developing and maintaining effective and productive working relationships with a wide range of key stakeholders is vital to this role. Helping our customers to understand the value of interRAI as a comprehensive clinical assessment tool and put in place the strategies to make it work for them.

You will be an important and vital member of the interRAI Services Management team, we want you to identify risks, provide advice and come up with practical innovative solutions.

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then this is the job for you.


The role offers variety across leadership, service delivery, software vendor management and much more.

The successful candidate will be given a comprehensive orientation and the opportunity to join our hardworking and dynamic interRAI team.

More details are available in the job description on our website - You must be able to legally live and work in New Zealand.

Please apply by sending us your CV and a covering letter by clicking ‘Apply for this job’ below. The closing date for applications has been extended to 4pm, Monday, 29 May 2017.

For a confidential discussion about this exciting opportunity please contact Michele McCreadie on 021 755 117 or email

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