Secondment opportunity for an oncology clinician from a South Island DHB. An exciting opportunity to manage projects as part of the Southern Cancer Network team.
Closing Date: Sunday, 12 January 2020
We are looking for a new community representative on the South Island Health of Older People Service Level Alliance (HOPSLA) and we are keen to hear from people who have experience at providing services in the community. This may be as a non-government organisation or part of a DHB service.
The position is not as a representative of all community services but rather someone with the experience and skills, that can bring their knowledge and expertise to the table for discussion about opportunities to improve the system across the South Island that supports older people to live as well as they can, close to where they live.
We are seeking a Māori perspective on our South Island Health of Older People Service Level Alliance (HOPSLA).The position is not as a representative of all South Island Māori, but rather someone with the experience and skills, that can bring their knowledge and expertise to the table for discussion about identifying opportunities and reducing inequities for older people to live as well as they can close to where they live.
HOPSLA brings together doctors, registered nurses, allied health as well as planners and funders who work across community, primary and secondary care settings. A Māori voice will bring a whānau ora perspective to our planning to ensure it considers the needs of kaumatua.
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Applications will be viewed by HOPSLA members and nominations submitted to Alliance Leadership
Team for approval. Any further questions, please contact Dr Val Fletcher, chair HOPSLA email@example.com