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Job opportunities:

Senior Human Resources/ Safety Well-Being Business Partner

Closes 4pm, Thursday 5 September 2019

  • Join a dynamic team and contribute to positive people experience
  • Opportunity to make use of your already honed People and Safety Well-being skills
  • Full time, permanent, Wellington based.

The People and Communications function is a key strategic enabler of TAS's future success - as work on TAS culture, leadership and talent is at the heart of TAS's future strategy. This small, agile, yet highly specialised group are tasked with designing great processes and practices for the future (building the plane for tomorrow) while at the same time, ensuring today's business runs smoothly and provides people experience for all TASers (flying the plane for tomorrow!).

 

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To be successful in this role, you must have:

  • A relevant tertiary qualification(s) in Human Resources (or similar), or equivalent experience
  • Safety and Well-being training and/or qualification is desirable
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Health and Safety Work Act standards
  • Proven ability to develop trust through consultation, collaboration and partnership
  • Proven ability to coordinate and carry out generalist HR services in a team setting, with a professional and confidential manner
  • Familiarity with implementing HR best practice, including knowledge of relevant employment legislation and it's practical application
  • Sound judgement, ability to manage conflict and problem solving skills
  • Excellent coaching, influencing, persuading skills and positive outlook
  • High degree of Microsoft Office suite, HRM systems and HR related systems.

More details are available in the job description attached. You must have the ability to legally live and work in New Zealand.

Please apply by sending us your CV and covering letter to TAS Recruitment

For a confidential discussion about this discussion, please contact Hillary Palmer, Director - People and Communications on hillary.palmer@tas.health.nz.

 

 

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August 2019

 

 

 

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Education Services Coordinator

Closes 4pm, Tuesday 3 September 2019

  • Exciting opportunity for an experienced administrator/coordinator
  • Based in Central Wellington
  • Permanent, Full Time. 

TAS is a professional services organisation, harnessing smart thinking on health. We provide a range if strategic, advisory and programme management services to the health sector - working with leaders and practitioners who plan, commission and provide health and social care - including the Ministry of Health and District Health Boards. Our team is united by our passion to help our customers deliver the best healthcare they can for all New Zealanders. Aspiration, courage, professionalism and integrity are the values we hold true.

interRAI Services within TAS have responsibility for interRAI Comprehensive Clincial Assessment which is used to help inform and plan the health care needs of individuals receiving home-based support services or care in aged residential care facilities.

 

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We are now looking for an enthusiastic professional to join our team as the Education Services Coordinator. 

In this role you will:

  • Ensure the smooth operation of the administrative and support for our interRAI education service
  • Work closely with our interRAI Educators providing timely logistical support
  • Provide support to update existing or develop new educational materials as required
  • Prepare the agenda and take minutes for Educators meetings
  • Be responsible for our 'help desk' function to assist our clinical customers with their online education modules.

To be successful in this role, you will need to demonstrate your experience with:

  • Organisation, planning and coordination
  • Microsoft Office suite of products, particularly MS Word and Excel
  • Being proactive with initiative and good judgement
  • An eye for detail while maintaining, improving, efficient administration processes
  • Being a willing participant of a team on both local and national level.

More details are available in the job description attached. You must have the ability to legally live and work in New Zealand.

If you are interested in this role, we are keen to hear from you. Please apply by sending us your CV and covering letter to TAS Recruitment. 

For a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact Gabrielle Stent, interRAI Education and Competency Manager on gabrielle.stent@tas.health.nz.

 

 

Job description 
 
August 2019

 

 

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Principal Analyst

Closes 4pm, Monday 2 September 2019

  • Opportunity to use your already honed analytical skills
  • Challenging health sector role
  • Full time, permanent, Wellington based.

TAS is a professional services organisation, harnessing smart thinking on health. We provide a range of strategic, advisory and programme management services to the health sector - working with the leaders and practitioners who plan, commission and provide health and social care - including the Ministry of Health and District Health Boards. Our team is united by our passion to help our customers deliver the best healthcare they can for all New Zealanders. Aspiration, courage, professionalism and integrity are the values we hold true.

The Insights and Analytics Group operates as a centre of excellence within TAS, delivering data management, reporting and analytical insights. We provide support across a range of subject areas and with access to a huge variety of datasets, taking a collaborative, high-performing team approach. When we have a chance to step back, we also think about the future of analytics and the health sector - these are rapidly evolving areas, generating increased automation, interactive visual reporting, data management, and analytical capability - and we want to do more. 

 

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To advance this vision, we are looking for an exceptional Senior/Principal Analyst with particular skills to join the Insights and Analytics Group.

In particular, we are seeking someone with:

  • Significant pharmacy related experience who can provide analytical leadership to the sector, supporting the work TAS does with community pharmacy
  • Experience in developing insights that inform strategic choices about the shape and operation of the community and pharmacy sector in New Zealand.

A typical day might involve working with colleagues involved with community and pharmacy programmes to problem solve and identify opportunities to add value through analytical insights, then lead initiatives involving specialists in analytics, modelling and data management. 

More details are available in the job description attached. You must have the ability to legally work and live in New Zealand. 

Please apply by sending us your CV and covering letter to TAS Recruitment

For a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact Gavin Knight, General Manager Insights and Analytics at Gavin.knight@tas.health.nz or 027 209 2767.

 

Job description 
 
August 2019

 

 

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Planning and Improvement Manager

Closes 4pm, Friday 23 August 2019

  • Challenging and rewarding health sector role
  • Help manage and deliver designated projects
  • Full time, permanent, Wellington based.

The Planning and Improvement team sits in the Services group within TAS. The Services Group is responsible for providing a range of professional services to assist DHBs with planning, collaboration, negotiation, facilitation and delivery of activites. Our Services are provided to the twenty DHBs through a nationally agreed programme of work and to the six DHBs in the Central Region through a regionally agreed programme of work.

We are looking for a Planning and Improvement Manager. The role is accountable for the management and delivery of designated project/s, ensuring the desired business outcomes are achieved, delivering to scope, budget and within agreed time frames. The work programme, delivered through medium and long-term projects, is designed to promote improvements and consistency in health services and outcomes for consumers, their whanau and families at a national, regional and local level. This includes improving health outcomes for Maori and Pacific peoples and reducing health inequalities. 

 

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 A key component of the role is to establish and maintain excellent working relationships with DHBs and key stakeholders to ensure that the programme of work is managed and completed to quality standard.

To be successful in this role, you must have:

  • A relevant tertiary qualification(s) or equivalent experience (preferably in the Health Sector)
  • Experience in delivering successful medium sized projects
  • Demonstrated ability to think strategically across complex business issues
  • Experienced in achieving results within resource constraints
  • Ability to manage project risks, issues and implement subsequent changes including process and costing of changes
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to foster constructive stakeholder relationships through consultation and partnership
  • Strong influencing skills and builds trust to deliver results.

More details are available in the job description. You must have the ability to legally work and live in New Zealand. 

Please apply by sending us your CV and covering letter to TAS Recruitment

For a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact Stephanie Calder, Director Regional Services Programme at stephanie.calder@tas.health.nz.

 

Job description 
 
August 2019

 

 

 

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Programme Coordinator

Closes 4pm, Friday 23 August 2019

  • Opportunity to use your already honed coordination skills
  • Full time, permanent, Wellington based.

The Safe Staffing Healthy Workplace Unit and Workforce Services teams sit in the Services Group within TAS. The Services Group is responsible for providing a range of professional services to assist DHBs with planning, collaboration, negotiation, facilitation and delivery of activities. Our Services are provided to the twenty DHBs through a nationally agreed programme of work and to the six DHBs in the Central Region through a regionally agreed programme of work. 

We are looking for a Programme Coordinator to join our Safe Staffing Healthy Workplace Unit (SSHWU) team. The role is accountable for providing high quality coordination and support for the delivery of the SSHWU and Workforce programmes. The Programme Coordinator will be responsible for maintaining appropriate and up to date documentations whilst supporting the project/ programme for website and data collections. You will be coordinating programme communications with the Services Communications team and providing efficient, high quality secretariat support for the governance of the programmes.

 

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The Programme Coordinator services a professional interface between TAS and it's internal, and external stakeholders. Delivering administrative support to assist in the day to day operations of both the SSHW and Workforce team. Supporting project/ programme work across the team and the wider Services group as required. 

To be successful in this role, you must have:

  • A relevant tertiary qualification(s) or equivalent experience
  • Previous experience working in a coordination/ support role or similar, where planning and coordination was a key component of the work
  • Experience in producing high quality documents including Minutes, Agendas, Action Registers and programme planning documentation
  • Experience in the maintenance of websites and an interest in the design and delivery of digital communication
  • A genuine commitment to providing quality services to all customers
  • Good interpersonal skills with the ability to relate to a wide range of people
  • Knowledge and experience in the health sector is desirable but not necessary.

More details are available in the job description. You must legally have the ability to work and live in New Zealand. 

Please apply by sending us your CV and covering letter to TAS Recruitment.

For a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact Bridget Smith, Director SSHWU on bridget.smith@tas.health.nz.  

 

Job description 

 August 2019

 

 

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Last updated: 22/8/19