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Our current vacancies are listed below. Click the + next to the role title for further information about the role, a position description and information about how to apply. 

  

  • Programme coordinator, quality systems group (closes 5pm, Tuesday 10 August 2021)

    Full-time | Permanent position| Wellington or Auckland based

    Ngākau tuwhera | Open
    Te tāpiri uara | Adding value
    Whakahohe | Energising
    Mō te iwi | It's about people
    Kotahitanga | Together

    The Health Quality & Safety Commission are recruiting a programme coordinator to support our quality systems (QS) group. The quality systems (QS) group was established in July 2020, bringing together the Commission’s clinical leadership and improvement elements, to focus on embedding consistent safe and resilient healthcare throughout the health and disability system.

    We are looking for someone who is committed to working as an integral part of a team but also has the confidence, drive and initiative to be a self-starter with a ‘can do’ attitude. You will have the ability to convert tasks into actions, have an eye for detail and be good at closing the loop.

    This successful person will provide effective and efficient programme and events project support coordination to enable the delivery of services and workstream activities of the quality systems group.

    The Health Quality & Safety Commission is a stand-alone Crown entity with a Board responsible to the Minister of Health. The Commission is responsible for assisting providers across the whole health and disability sector, both private and public, to improve service safety and quality and therefore outcomes for all those who use these services in New Zealand. Read more about our values.

    The Commission has a strong focus on Māori health advancement and reducing inequity, and the successful candidate will contribute to these goals.

    The Commission celebrates inclusion and diversity in all areas of culture.

    For further information please contact Nikki Grae on 021 240 0608 and to apply for the role, upload your completed application form, cover letter, and CV using the application form on our website.

    Applications close on Tuesday, 10th August 2021 at 5pm.

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  • Senior database developer, health quality intelligence

    Wellington or Auckland-based | Fixed-term, until March 31, 2022 | Part-time or contract position

    Ngākau tuwhera | Open

    Te tāpiri uara | Adding value

    Whakakohohe | Energising

    Mō te iwi | It's about people

    Kotahitanga | Together

    The Health Quality & Safety Commission are recruiting an experienced database developer, to design and develop a futured-focussed data environment for the Health Quality Intelligence team. This team plays a key role in the Commission’s responsibility to improve New Zealand’s health services.  Its purpose is to make the Commission stronger and more effective through being the acknowledged NZ leaders in measuring, evaluating, and commenting on the quality of health services.

    The primary purpose of this position is to design, develop and maintain a data warehouse in SQL server. We are aspiring to automate the management of national system measurement reporting cycles and will be looking to leverage your skills and experience to ensure a future-proofed data environment with requisite data management processes.

    We are looking for someone motivated to work with a team to develop an internationally renowned health system quality reporting infrastructure that will be recognised as an asset to New Zealand’s health sector. Your technical skills will be essential, and you will thrive on technical problem solving through to resolution. Working with the senior project manager, your first-class interpersonal skills will ensure the team of developers and data analysts are guided and mentored throughout the change in their working environment.

    The Health Quality & Safety Commission is a stand-alone Crown entity with a Board responsible to the Minister of Health. The Commission is responsible for assisting providers across the whole health and disability sector, both private and public, to improve service safety and quality and therefore outcomes for all those who use these services in New Zealand. Read more about our values.

    The Commission has a strong focus on Māori health advancement and reducing inequity, and the successful candidate will contribute to these goals.

    The Commission celebrates inclusion and diversity in all areas of culture.

    For further information please contact Tony Mottershead on 021 933 840 and to apply for the role, upload your completed application form, cover letter, and CV using the application form on our website.

    This position will be kept open until it is successfully filled.

  • Clinical lead, quality systems (closes 3pm Friday 13 August)

    The Health Quality & Safety Commission (the Commission) is recruiting a clinical lead to join the quality systems group. The quality systems group was established in July 2020, bringing together the Commission’s clinical leadership and improvement elements, to focus on embedding consistent safe and resilient healthcare throughout the health and disability system.

    This clinical lead position will be integral to the establishment and functioning of a quality forum; an initiative that brings together the key central health agencies to discuss national safety and quality issues. It will act as a liaison between the health sector and the analytical (health quality intelligence) and improvement (quality systems group) functions within the Commission.

    The role will report to the medical director and have a close working relationship with quality systems group senior managers, chief advisor quality and safety, the director of health quality intelligence and the health quality intelligence group.

    The ideal candidate will have sound knowledge, understanding and experience of complexity within health services and systems and the development of resilient healthcare. This covers the theoretical underpinnings of these concepts and the practical application of them to services within clinical governance concepts

    Applicants will have a good understanding of the Te Tiriti o Waitangi and its application to Māori advancement and equity in the health and disability sector. The Commission has a strong focus on Māori health advancement and reducing inequity, and the successful candidate will contribute to these goals.

    The Commission celebrates inclusion and diversity in all areas of culture.

    For further information contact Martin Thomas on 021 506 145. To apply for the role, please upload your completed application form, cover letter and CV using the application form on our website.

    Applications close 3pm Friday, 13th August 2021.

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Last updated 04/08/2021