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In this section you can view our current vacancies, and read more about applying for a role , and what's involved in our recruitment process

Please note: All applicants must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand prior to being confirmed into a role.


Collaboration Coordinator

  • Provide executive secretariat support
  • Permanent opportunity
  • Central Wellington location

The Collaboration Coordinator role is responsible for supporting Executive Groups both National and Central Region by providing a range of coordination and documentation support to ensure the smooth preparation and running of their regular meetings.

The role is responsible for providing efficient, high quality coordination and secretariat support to assist in the day to day operations of designated team/s. The position also provides a professional interface between TAS and its internal and external stakeholders, supports project work across various teams and provides support to the wider organisation at times of high workload, as required.

To be successful in this role you will have excellent written skills and experience at taking minutes and following up of actions, as well as the ability to establish and maintain strong working relationships.  You will also be someone who is great at project planning, coordinating, using systems, and willing to step in and help your team when times get tough.  Being well organised and able to set priorities to meet tight deadlines, while maintaining an eye for detail are vital to this role.

If you possess the skills we are looking for we are keen to hear from you.  In return, we will give you the opportunity to join a fast paced and collaborative team who work well together, and are passionate about achieving health and wellbeing outcomes for all New Zealanders.

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

If this is you, please apply by sending us your CV and a covering letter to TAS Recruitment.  The closing date for applications is 4pm, Tuesday, 31 July 2018.

For a confidential discussion about this exciting opportunity please contact Deb Mulliss, Manager Collaboration and Development on 027 406 2998, or email Deb.Mulliss@tas.health.nz


Team Administrator / Secretariat

  • 40 hours per week, 12 month Fixed Term opportunity
  • Use your already honed administration/secretariat and project coordination skills
  • Central Wellington location

With increased work demands and priorities, our Health of Older (HOP) team now have a 12 month fixed-term opportunity for an experienced Team Administrator with Secretariat and basic Project Coordination skills to ensure we can continue to deliver high quality value to our customers.

In this role you will be providing team administrative and secretariat support along with some project work. This will involve the necessary planning and day to day coordination for secretariat and administrative services to the team, as well as providing some project coordination and support to the HOP programme and its projects.

This role will provide you with lots of variety and includes, minute taking through attendance at meetings, and following up of actions, coordinating meetings/workshops, producing agendas, diary management, booking travel, along with some project work and more.

If you have a collaborative and team player spirit, are flexible and have good organisational and planning skills with the ability to meet all deadlines we want to hear from you.

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

If this is you, we are keen to hear from you. In return, you will have the opportunity to join a fun, collaborative and hard-working team and enjoy a positive working environment. Please apply by sending us your CV and a covering letter to TAS Recruitment.

The closing date for applications is 4pm, Tuesday 24 July 2018.

For more information please contact Jon Shapleski, Programme Director Health of Older People (HOP), Jon.Shapleski@tas.health.nz or 027 536 9811


interRAI Educator

We are seeking an exceptional candidate with a passion for education and the health of older people to join our interRAI team, and have a full time position available in Auckland.

If you:

  • are a health professional with a current practising certificate with the ability to legally live and work in New Zealand,
  • understand the New Zealand health sector especially Needs Assessment or aged care facilities, 
  • have experience with training or sharing clinical knowledge,
  • have superior communication and organisation skills,
  • have a good understanding of comprehensive clinical assessment (interRAI), and
  • are comfortable with software,

then this may be the role for you.

As an interRAI Educator you will work with and support our main stakeholders; DHBs, their Needs Assessment services, Home and Community Support Services and Aged Residential Care providers, to use the interRAI assessment and understand the data the assessment automatically generates. You will be working within a supportive team to provide interRAI assessment training and support for new assessors to reach competency, support those assessors that are already competent, and for ‘end users’, and other associated stakeholders. The role offers a great level of independence and your ability to travel is essential as our service operates throughout New Zealand. Successful candidates will be given comprehensive training and orientation for the role, and the opportunity to join our dynamic interRAI team.

We are particularly keen to hear from you if you have Needs Assessment and/or Aged Residential Care experience.

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 us your CV and a covering letter to TAS Recruitment by 4pm, Monday, 30 July 2018.

For a confidential discussion about this exciting opportunity please contact Jacqueline Joseph on 027 565 6437 or email Jacqueline.Joseph@tas.health.nz