Are you an experienced Project Manager with a successful track record of managing projects from inception to completion? Are you looking for an exciting new opportunity?
In this role you will lead the scoping of Primary Health Care nursing alignment to Integrated Family Health Centres (IFHC) and General Practice Teams across the MidCentral DHB region.
You will be involved in:
Working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to develop innovative service development models and approaches to primary health care nursing service delivery.
Preparation of all project implementation documents such as Terms of Reference, Programme Charter, Communication Plan, Stakeholder Analysis, and Risk Plans.
Furthering the alliancing objectives and integration agenda of Central PHO and MidCentral DHB, with a particular focus.
Providing timely and accurate reporting about the performance of projects against contractual requirements and any other accountability documents.
Developing and maintain strong and positive communication ties with staff and key stakeholder groups to ensure they are kept up-to-date and are a part of developing innovative solutions that will contribute to project scope.
To be successful in this role you will
Be experienced in facilitating effective change.
Be an excellent communicator both orally and written.
Have experience in drawing together people from a range of different perspectives to achieve a common goal.
Be able to manage a demanding. workload and deliver effectively to all audiences.
Demonstrate resilience to high pressure situations and be able to perform at a high quality level in demanding situations.
This is a full time position, worked Monday to Friday.
For more information and application documentation visit: www.centralpho.org.nz click on the Working for Us link.
Completed application and self-evaluation form and a copy of your CV should be sent to email@example.com where they will be automatically acknowledged.
If you are successfully recruited to this position you will be required to undergo a comprehensive safety check, including a New Zealand Police vetting process as required by the Vulnerable Children Act, 2014
Applications close 8am, Friday, 25 September 2015.