Programme Consultant - Allied Health Workforces
- 12 months fixed term
- National role, flexible work hours, work remotely
- Support DHBs to implement Care Capacity Demand Management (CCDM) programme
- Use coaching and consulting skills to build local and national CCDM capability
TAS is a professional services organisation, harnessing smart thinking on health. TAS works with the leaders and practitioners who plan, commission and provide health and social care. We provide a range of strategic, advisory and programme management services to the health sector. Our team is united by our passion to help our customers deliver the best healthcare they can for all New Zealanders. Aspiration, courage, professionalism and integrity are the values we hold true.
The Programme Consultant – Allied Health Workforces is responsible for supporting our partners (DHBs and Health Unions e.g. PSA) in implementing the CCDM programme for the Allied Health, Scientific and Technical (AHS&T) workforces.
The key functions of the role are programme development, implementation, and management; provide leadership and expert advice; and build and sustain relationships with our partners.
To be successful in this role you must have:
- Relevant tertiary level allied health qualification
- Current or recent DHB work experience
- Deep understanding of health unions and the way they work
- Capability in managing complex health systems and relationships
- Ability to work across disciplines to deliver outcomes
- Ability to facilitate, lead, and manage change
- Adult education experience would be an advantage
- Current Annual Practicing Certificate is desirable.
The SSHW Unit is a passionate team of individuals, the benefits of this role are:
- Flexible hours, with an option to work full time or part time (20+ hours)
- Work remotely if based outside of Wellington
- Enhance your relationship management, leadership and consultancy skills
- Learning and growth opportunities appropriate for the role
- Involved in developing new ‘fit for purpose’ methodologies for the country
- Develop relationships across all levels of the health sector
- Travel around the country to have a thorough appreciation of the NZ health sector.
More details are available in the job description on our website - www.tas.health.nz/employment/current-vacancies/. You must have the ability to legally live and work in New Zealand.
Please apply by sending us your CV and a covering letter to TAS Recruitment by 4pm, Friday, 29 March 2019. For a confidential discussion about this exciting opportunity please contact Huia Swanson on 027 621 9175 or email [email protected].