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Chief Executive, Lakes DHB

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Job Listing Date
11 Jan 2019
Location
Bay of Plenty, Rotorua
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
CEO & General Management, CEO
Chief Executive, Lakes DHB

•  Leadership, collaboration, enterprise 
•  Track record, results, innovation and staff engagement 

The Board of Lakes District Health Board (LDHB) is seeking a skilled people-leader to continue the realisation of their strategic plan and the lifting of health outcomes for all and improving health equity in the Lakes district rohe. The LDHB is financially sound and is recognised for its fiscally responsibility. However, achieving the outcomes sought within an agreed budget will require considerable initiative and enterprise. Staff and stakeholder engagement to co-design innovative and effective changes to services is likely to be a significant contributor to improving health outcomes for all Lakes’ communities. 

The Chief Executive is a pivotal role, advising the Board, working within the sector and agencies across other social services, collaborating across DHB boundaries, and providing constructive and developmental leadership for all staff. The integration of services and service delivery is a core component of the strategic direction. This will require a flexible and problem-solving approach to working with the many and varied health service delivery organisations. 

An inspiring, inclusive, engaging, and visible leadership style is essential. The Chief Executive is expected to be an exemplar of the LDHB values of Manaakitanga, Integrity and Accountability. 

Applicants will have a successful senior management track record, ideally within the health sector, although candidates with this experience in other sectors, and the ability to adapt to the complexities of the health sector, will also be considered. You will be recognised as an effective leader of change, a person who engages well with whanau, hapu and iwi, with the skills to maintain the goodwill of staff and related organisations throughout the change process. The ability to develop and maintain strong links with community leaders and organisations is essential, along with evidence of practical innovation and the encouragement of leadership by others in the achievement of better health outcomes. 

Confidential enquiries and applications may be made by contacting Craig O’Connell on 027 434 5808 or at wellington@rap.net.nz 

Closing date for applications is 5pm Monday, 21 January 2019. 
 

•  Leadership, collaboration, enterprise 
•  Track record, results, innovation and staff engagement 

The Board of Lakes District Health Board (LDHB) is seeking a skilled people-leader to continue the realisation of their strategic plan and the lifting of health outcomes for all and improving health equity in the Lakes district rohe. The LDHB is financially sound and is recognised for its fiscally responsibility. However, achieving the outcomes sought within an agreed budget will require considerable initiative and enterprise. Staff and stakeholder engagement to co-design innovative and effective changes to services is likely to be a significant contributor to improving health outcomes for all Lakes’ communities. 

The Chief Executive is a pivotal role, advising the Board, working within the sector and agencies across other social services, collaborating across DHB boundaries, and providing constructive and developmental leadership for all staff. The integration of services and service delivery is a core component of the strategic direction. This will require a flexible and problem-solving approach to working with the many and varied health service delivery organisations. 

An inspiring, inclusive, engaging, and visible leadership style is essential. The Chief Executive is expected to be an exemplar of the LDHB values of Manaakitanga, Integrity and Accountability. 

Applicants will have a successful senior management track record, ideally within the health sector, although candidates with this experience in other sectors, and the ability to adapt to the complexities of the health sector, will also be considered. You will be recognised as an effective leader of change, a person who engages well with whanau, hapu and iwi, with the skills to maintain the goodwill of staff and related organisations throughout the change process. The ability to develop and maintain strong links with community leaders and organisations is essential, along with evidence of practical innovation and the encouragement of leadership by others in the achievement of better health outcomes. 

Confidential enquiries and applications may be made by contacting Craig O’Connell on 027 434 5808 or at wellington@rap.net.nz 

Closing date for applications is 5pm Monday, 21 January 2019. 
 

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