The Medical Council of New Zealand is the regulatorybody that protects public health and safety by ensuring that doctors arecompetent and fit to practise. This is achieved by registering doctors topractise medicine in New Zealand and by regulating doctors’ education, performancestandards, conduct and health.
Our values are integrity, openness and accountability,consistency and fairness, effectiveness, commitment and respect. Our greatestassets are our staff.
As a Professional Standards Coordinator you will beresponsible for working within the Professional Standards team and across theorganisation to facilitate Council’s complaints and investigation processes aswell as reporting the progress of matters appropriately. You will be joining afun, close knit team, who are excellent in supporting one another and sharing knowledge.This is a team that is lead by a strong supportive leader, who encouragespersonal development and the cohesive team environment.
We are looking for somebody who has previous casemanagement or complaints management experience; a person who has worked inpositions that have enabled them to develop a high emotional intelligence andstrong resilience.
This role would suit a person who has stronganalytical and business writing skills, someone who can tell a story whenwriting, in a professional, logical, clear way that includes all relevant andimportant information. Being IT savvy is also an advantage with particularstrengths in using MS Word and PDF docs. We need someone who is looking to bepart of a team but can also work independently; who can organise themselves, butknows when to liaise with others to making things happen.
Our ideal candidate is an innovator – always seekingsmarter ways of working. You will havethe ability to quickly assimilate new information and learn new skills. You aredriven by the need to achieve your goals and meet deadlines.
If you share our values and believe that this might bethe new career challenge you have been waiting for, please apply now.
Applications close Thursday, 10 September 2015
To apply please email your covering letter and CV through to Shannon Michl – HR Adviser, firstname.lastname@example.org by 11pm of the closing date. Applications received after this time will not be considered.
For confidential benquiries call Shannon Michl (HR Adviser) on 04 3816783.