Mental health and Addiction Workforce Development Facilitator, SIAPO

Looking for an interesting role in mental health and addiction workforce development across the South Island? This new role works within the Workforce Hub, South Island Alliance Programme Office which supports the South Island District Health Boards (DHBs) in the alliance framework to support the mental health & addiction workforce development in the South Island.

This is a fantastic opportunity to gain exposure working for a dynamic organisation and work with a wide range of people across the health sector. If you wish to be part of a team that prides itself on making a real difference then apply now and be part of the solution that will lead our South Island DHBs into the future.

Fixed Term/Contract/Part Time

Location: South Island Region, South Island

Closing Date: 7 February 2019

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Functional Business Analyst, Regional Service Provider Index, SIAPO 

The South Island Regional Service Provider Index programme is looking to employ a full time Functional Business Analyst for approximately 24 months fixed term, who will be responsible for leading solution and integration design and documentation of the key RSPI deliverables and for monitoring their subsequent development and implementation, producing innovative and effective product solutions.

The South Island Alliance Programme Office is based in Christchurch, however there is flexibility for the right candidate to be based elsewhere in the South Island. The successful candidate will have experience in the NZ Health IT industry, IT or a business environment in a Business Analysis role and has proven experience in system evaluation, design and implementation.

Fixed Term/Contract/Full Time

Location: South Island Region, South Island

Closing Date: 22 January 2019

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Expression of Interest to join the South Island Alliance Palliative Care Workstream (PCW)

We are looking for a professional to join the South Island Alliance Palliative Care Workstream (PCW) who has a strong understanding of palliative care and desire to drive service improvement, integration and equity. We are specifically interested in someone who can bring a service planning, integration and funding perspective to the Workstream.

You may be in a DHB planning and funding, or programme management team, or from a PHO –the main thing is that you are committed to working in a collaborative, cross-sector alliance to achieve the Palliative Care Workstream’s vision: “High quality, person centred, palliative and end of life care available to the population of the South Island, according to need  and irrespective of location.”

Closing date: 1 February 2019

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