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Senior Project Manager – Better Public Services for Rheumatic Fever Reduction Programme
Help us stop Rheumatic Fever in New Zealand
- Newly created positions and team
- Full and part-time opportunities
The Prime Minister has announced a target to reduce the incidence of Rheumatic Fever by two thirds in five years. At the Ministry of Health, we’re determined to do our part to achieve this target and prevent the inequities associated with this crippling condition. To help us do this the Office of the Director of Public Health is looking for three skilful individuals to form a new high-performing team to deliver change.
As the Senior Project Manager you will provide senior project and programme management expertise to support the set up and work of the Better Public Services Rheumatic Fever Reduction Programme. You will be responsible for organising the efficient delivery of a number of projects including the throat swabbing projects funded by the Ministry of Health. The role will require you to regularly report against milestones. To be considered for this position you will have proven experience in complex project management roles and the ability to work collaboratively in a pressured environment. This is a full-time position.
All three successful candidates will have an understanding of the issues and approaches of the stakeholder groups, including Maori and Pacific communities. They will have excellent interpersonal skills, critical thinking abilities and the ability to work effectively in a small team.
These roles are Wellington based and report to the Chief Advisor, Population Health who is the national programme lead for this work.
For specific queries please contact Kelly Winyard on (04) 816 3918 or email email@example.com
For further information please visit our website www.health.govt.nz
To apply, please email your CV, cover letter and application form to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the position and vacancy reference you are applying for. If you wish to be considered for a part-time position, please indicate this in your cover letter with details regarding your availability.
Closing date 5pm, Sunday 30 September 2012.
Vacancy Number: 12/MOH222