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Job opportunities:


Closes 4pm, Monday 16 December 2019

  • MoH approved certification auditors and/or
  • Registered Nurses (preferable to have current clinical expertise within the previous two years)
  • Full time, fixed term. 

TAS works with the leaders and practitioners who plan, commission and provide health and social care.  We bring together sector experts with data analysis and health system insights, helping our customers make informed decisions and improve service planning and delivery. We also help build capability in the sector through education and training. It’s about working together to create a world class health system for Kiwis.

TAS is owned by the six Central Region District Health Boards (Capital and Coast, Hutt Valley, Wairarapa, MidCentral, Whanganui, and Hawke’s Bay). Established in 2001, we are a professional services organisation providing a range of strategic, advisory and programme management services across the health and social sectors.

We have an opportunity for you to join our highly successful and rapidly growing Audit and Assurance team. The team combines financial, IT and clinical experts to ensure a holistic audit approach covering Internal Audits, Health Provider Audits and Certification Audits.  It’s preferable to have current clinical experience (within the last two years), however this is not necessary. 


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We would love to hear from you if you have: 

  • A current practicing certificate (e.g. Registered Nurse)
  • An interest in quality and audit processes (NB: Audit experience is a preferance, but not necessary)
  • MoH approval as a certification auditor (NB: A preferance but not necessary)
  • Excellent communications skills
  • Excellent report writing skills (NB: Training will also be provided).

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 you CV and covering letter to TAS Recruitment

If you have any queries regarding this role, please contact Holger Jessen, General Manager Audit & Assurance on 04 801 2456 or holger.jessen@tas.health.nz.


Job description 
December 2019


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Senior Communications Advisor


Closes 4pm, Friday 20 December 2019

  • ​Exciting opportunity to make a difference in the health sector
  • Contribute to the development of a new Programme Communications team
  • Focus primarily on services for the ground-breaking interRAI clinical assessment team
  • Permanent, full-time, Wellington-based.

We are looking for an emerging-level Senior Communications Advisor to join our Programme Communications team.

A Programme Communications team has been established to provide services for health programmes provided by TAS. An emerging-level Senior Communications Advisor is sought to primarily support the interRAI Services group. interRAI is a comprehensive clinical assessment used across New Zealand to determine the health needs of older people. 

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 The role is responsible for:

  • Promoting the work of interRAI to a wide range of audiences through diverse channels and tools
  • Advising on the presentation of aggregated information about interRAI assessments and their value to the New Zealand health system
  • Identifying new communications opportunities.

The role also supports communications to health stakeholders about emerging professional health services.

 In this role you must have:

  • Experience in developing and delivering communications plans and services to a high professional standard, preferably in the public sector
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively and proactively with multiple stakeholders at all levels
  • Ability to anticipate communications issues and advise on solutions
  • Experience, or genuine interest, in communications that add value to the health system.

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

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

If you have any queries regarding this role, please contact Adrienne Perry, Programme Communications Manager, on 027 419 6276 or email adrienne.perry@tas.health.nz.


Job description 
December 2019


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Casual interRAI Educators

  • Exciting opportunity for Registered Health Professionals
  • Based New Zealand wide
  • Casual as required.

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. 

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

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We are now looking for enthusiastic professionals to join our team as casual interRAI educators. 

In this role you must have:

  • Competency in the interRAI Home Care or Long Term Care Facilities Assessment
  • A current health professional practising certificate or discipline equivalent
  • Good understanding of the New Zealand health sector particularly in Needs Assessment or Aged Residential Care Facilities
  • Experience in training or sharing clinical knowledge with others
  • A full drivers license. 

To be successful in this role you will need to demonstrate your skills in:

  • Computer literacy the Microsft Office suite of products, particularly in MS Word and Excel
  • Organisation, planning and coordination
  • A proactive approach to work demonstrating initiative and good judgement
  • An eye for detail while maintaining, improving, efficient administration processes
  • Independent problem solver who has good judgement about when to seek advice.

More details are available in the job description. 

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 to TAS Recruitment.

For a confidential discussion about this role, please contact Marg Milne, Manager interRAI Education and Support on margaret.milne@tas.health.nz or 027 518 9131. 


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October 2019


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Last updated: 9/12/19