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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.

 

  • Media and communications coordinator (closes 5pm, Friday 14 August 2020)

    Full-time | Permanent | Wellington-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 is seeking a mid-level communications practitioner to join our communications and events team.

    The successful candidate will have an understanding of Māori worldview concepts and be able to apply these to their work. You will partner with the Commission’s pou tikanga (Māori cultural advisor) on communications team activities.

    You will lead our media management, and provide support to the team on other communications tasks, including drafting articles, website management, the accessibility charter, development of videos, editing and proofreading.

    You will be joining a small but extremely busy (and fun!) communications team, and will have the opportunity to be mentored by senior communications practitioners.

    This is an exciting position in an organisation with a big work programme and a strong commitment to improving health quality and safety.

    The Commission is a stand-alone Crown entity with a board responsible to the Minister of Health. We assist providers across the whole health and disability sector, both private and public, to improve service quality and safety and therefore outcomes for all in Aotearoa New Zealand.

    The Commission celebrates inclusion and diversity in all areas of culture and is proud to achieve The Rainbow Tick Certification.

    If you wish to discuss this role further, please contact Lizzie Price on 027 695 7744.

    To apply for the role, please upload your completed application form, cover letter and CV using the application form on our website. Applications close at 5pm on Friday 14 August 2020.

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  • Pou arahi – operations manager (closes 5pm, Friday 21 August 2020)

    Full-time | Permanent | Wellington-based

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

    Kia hiwa ra!

    An exciting opportunity in a dynamic Crown entity awaits the right candidate for a permanent position in the recently formed Māori health outcomes team at the Health Quality & Safety Commission.

    The Commission is committed to ensuring that Māori health equity and advancement knowledge and capability is embedded across the organisation. The Māori health outcomes team’s purpose is to ensure that the Commission plays its part in the health care system to accelerate Māori health outcomes.

    The pou arahi – operations manager will be a key partner in the ongoing development, implementation, review and continuous improvement of advancing Māori health outcomes and achieving equity for Māori.

    The successful candidate will have a lived understanding of te ao Māori and te reo rangatira and expert knowledge and skills in tikanga Māori and Māori worldview concepts.

    The Commission celebrates inclusion and diversity in all areas of culture and is proud to achieve The Rainbow Tick Certification. 

    If you wish to discuss this role further, please contact Stephanie Turner on 027 675 1494.

    To apply for the role, please upload your completed application form, cover letter and CV using the application form on our website. Applications close at 5pm on Friday 21 August 2020.

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  • Call for nominations to join the Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee (closes 5pm, Wednesday 23 September 2020)

    The Commission is seeking two members to join the Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee. Nominations close at 5pm on Wednesday 23 September 2020.

    Read the call for nominations for more information on how to apply or nominate someone for the role.

Last updated 13/08/2020