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Māori Patient & Whānau Experience Lead - Auckland DHB

Advertiser: Auckland District Health BoardMore jobs from this company

Job Information

Job Listing Date
16 May 2019
Location
Auckland, Auckland Central
Work Type
Contract/Temp
Classification
CEO & General Management, Other

Māori Patient & Whānau Experience Lead - Auckland DHB



  • 1 year (FTC) –with a view of possible extension
  • Exciting New Position – Make it your own!

  • Full-time (Mon- Fri)

Our Service


Auckland DHB has an international reputation and is renowned academically as the leading teaching and learning hospital with strong links to the University of Auckland. As an employer, we are aiming to make it easy for our people to do their life’s best work at Auckland DHB. We want our workforce to be a shining example of a happy, healthy and high performing community.

 

Participation and Experience  sits within the broader Strategy, Participation and Improvement team. We assist staff across ADHB to understand the experience of patients and whānau using a range of feedback, co-design and consultation methods. (PET) is supporting the creation of a patient and whānau centred care framework. We are looking at ensuring the voice of Māori is heard.  The new position aims to ensure we achieve excellence in our engagement with Māori to improve services and meet their health and wellbeing needs.

 

About the Role

 

As such this role will help us ensure we meet the needs of  Māori, our Treaty obligations and to champion change that enables us to do this better in the future.

 

As the Māori Patient and Whānau Experience Lead you will guide and/or participate in key programmes and initiatives that aim to deliver significant health and well-being benefits to Māori patients and whānau by refining their health care experience. 

 

You will have the opportunity to contribute to the development of effective methods of collecting and responding to feedback and other insight from Māori patients and whānau to ensure the co-design of strategies within this community to improve health and well-being for individuals and communities. This insight help inform strategic and operational planning at all levels using at ADHB.

 

Skills and Qualifications

 

- At least 5 years proven track record of project management experience

 

- Understands the significance of the Treaty of Waitangi

 

- People focussed with a compassionate inclusive lens

 

- Undergraduate health and community related tertiary qualification is not essential but advantageous.

 

Click here for the position description

 

What we offer 


In return, we offer you an opportunity for professional and personal development, support for your physical and mental wellbeing, staff benefits, and an opportunity to do your life’s best work at Auckland DHB and work with great leaders to have an impact on health outcomes for our community. 


If you want to make a real difference in “essential health services” sector we would love to hear from you. 

 

Please click ‘Apply’ below or visit our careers page www.careers.adhb.govt.nz quoting job reference number AUC05024.  Please include your latest cv and cover letter. 

 

For more information about your application please contact Yvonne Reyes at yreyes@adhb.govt.nz

 

Applications Close: Midnight, 31st May 2019


 

 


 

 

 

 



  • 1 year (FTC) –with a view of possible extension
  • Exciting New Position – Make it your own!

  • Full-time (Mon- Fri)

Our Service


Auckland DHB has an international reputation and is renowned academically as the leading teaching and learning hospital with strong links to the University of Auckland. As an employer, we are aiming to make it easy for our people to do their life’s best work at Auckland DHB. We want our workforce to be a shining example of a happy, healthy and high performing community.

 

Participation and Experience  sits within the broader Strategy, Participation and Improvement team. We assist staff across ADHB to understand the experience of patients and whānau using a range of feedback, co-design and consultation methods. (PET) is supporting the creation of a patient and whānau centred care framework. We are looking at ensuring the voice of Māori is heard.  The new position aims to ensure we achieve excellence in our engagement with Māori to improve services and meet their health and wellbeing needs.

 

About the Role

 

As such this role will help us ensure we meet the needs of  Māori, our Treaty obligations and to champion change that enables us to do this better in the future.

 

As the Māori Patient and Whānau Experience Lead you will guide and/or participate in key programmes and initiatives that aim to deliver significant health and well-being benefits to Māori patients and whānau by refining their health care experience. 

 

You will have the opportunity to contribute to the development of effective methods of collecting and responding to feedback and other insight from Māori patients and whānau to ensure the co-design of strategies within this community to improve health and well-being for individuals and communities. This insight help inform strategic and operational planning at all levels using at ADHB.

 

Skills and Qualifications

 

- At least 5 years proven track record of project management experience

 

- Understands the significance of the Treaty of Waitangi

 

- People focussed with a compassionate inclusive lens

 

- Undergraduate health and community related tertiary qualification is not essential but advantageous.

 

Click here for the position description

 

What we offer 


In return, we offer you an opportunity for professional and personal development, support for your physical and mental wellbeing, staff benefits, and an opportunity to do your life’s best work at Auckland DHB and work with great leaders to have an impact on health outcomes for our community. 


If you want to make a real difference in “essential health services” sector we would love to hear from you. 

 

Please click ‘Apply’ below or visit our careers page www.careers.adhb.govt.nz quoting job reference number AUC05024.  Please include your latest cv and cover letter. 

 

For more information about your application please contact Yvonne Reyes at yreyes@adhb.govt.nz

 

Applications Close: Midnight, 31st May 2019


 

 


 

 

 

 

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