Do you want a fantastic opportunity to make a difference in the outcomes of young people with cancer?
Do you want to get involved in meaningful and varied work?
The AYA Cancer Network Aotearoa could be the place for you! We are looking for a programme co-ordinator with strong organisational, research and project management skills.
The Adolescent/Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Network Aotearoa was formally established in 2013 to provide strategic direction and leadership of AYA cancer care in New Zealand. The network is a membership organisation that connects hands-on health professionals and support providers from many disciplines and organisations from around New Zealand. The aim of the network is to find new and innovative ways of delivering care to AYAs with cancer to improve delivery of care and outcomes for 12 to 24 year olds.
The AYA Cancer Network requires a programme co-ordinator to work within a small team. The role will be vital to the success of the Network programme given that you will be responsible for providing project co-ordination and guidance to the planning, implementing and maintaining of network projects and initiatives.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious and organised programme co-ordinator that will see you working across a variety of different projects and initiatives. It’s a role that offers stretch, challenge and growth, sometimes you will be supporting and co-ordinating and other times stepping up and taking the lead.
You’ll need to be prepared to do project ‘grunt work’ like the organisation and administration of working groups in addition to the scoping, development and, implementation of initiatives and activities. Important is the ability to foster good working relationships and collaboration with stakeholders and organisations across the country.
What do you bring?
We’re looking for a person who is passionate about improving outcomes for young people, with a “can do” and “will do” attitude, who is innovative and has strong organisational and project management skills. Experience and proficiency in research skills would be desirable. You’ll have a relevant tertiary qualification, perhaps in health, social science or management and have relevant project/programme co-ordination experience with a proven track record.
As our preferred candidate, you’ll be a confident and skilled communicator, as well as being technically brilliant with computers and software programmes required for project management and research. Excellent written and oral presentation skills is essential and an ability to write high quality proposals and reports is desirable.
This may well be the career move you have been waiting for so if we’ve piqued your curiosity and you think you’ll tick our boxes then please apply through our website.
If you would like a confidential discussion please contact either Dianne Chan Sau, Recruitment Consultant on 638 0196 or DChanSau@adhb.govt.nz quoting job reference number CEN03120 or Heidi Watson National Clinical Leader – AYA Cancer Network Aotearoa on Heidi@adhb.govt.nz or 021 337 129.
This is a fixed term, part time position (0.5-0.8 FTE Monday to Friday). Some travel will be required.
Apply now at www.careers.adhb.govt.nz job reference number CEN03120. Please attach a Cover Letter and your latest CV; as only applications submitted online via the ADHB will be accepted.
Closing date: 28th June 2017
Auckland DHB is committed to the application of the Vulnerable Children Act 2014 and its intent to improve the safety of all children. This position is a Non Children’s Worker as defined by the Act.
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Education & Qualifications
Essential - Intermediate to advanced skills on software applications MS office suite, Word, Excel, MS Outlook other applications as may be required from time to time.
This position is a Core Children's worker under the VCA & requires full safety checks completed before any new employee starts
Job Posting: 28/Jun/17
Organization: Auckland DHB
Location: Ak-Central Auckland
Part-time Monday - Friday