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Injury Prevention Transition Manager Regions - Customer - Wellington (01918)

Employer:
Accident Compensation Corporation
Job Category:
Managers
City/Town:
Wellington - Wellington
Region:
Wellington
Job Type:
Ongoing - Full Time
Posted Date:
10-Jan-2018
Closing Date:
23-Jan-2018
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Job Description

Are you a change manager with design, implementation and embedding experience?

Would you like to work with a team that focuses on reducing injuries?

Injury Prevention Transition Manager Regions 18 month fixed term; closes 10-01-2018

If you're looking to make a meaningful difference by helping New Zealanders to live safe and healthy lives, then join our new Regional Injury Prevention team! Our Injury Prevention Programmes are targeted at reducing injury and harm to New Zealanders.

About the Injury Prevention Transition Manager role:

The purpose of this 18-month fixed term role is to lead the design, development and implementation of all transitional activities critical for the success of the Regional Injury Prevention team. As an experienced change manager, you will work with management to ensure that capabilities, systems, tools, policies and processes necessary for the success of the Regional Injury Prevention team are effectively implemented and embedded.

Key responsibilities include:

Ensure that the regional Injury Prevention team is set up and supported to deliver on Injury Prevention requirements and targets

Contribute to the development and delivery of a coordinated monitoring and evaluation framework (and any associated performance reporting) and ensure that these frameworks are successfully embedded within the team and the wider Injury Prevention community

Contribute to the design and development of stakeholder and partnership management tools and ensure that these are successfully embedded within the team and the wider Injury Prevention community

Ensure that appropriate methodologies and practices are established and successfully embedded within the team and the wider Injury Prevention community

ᅡ아ᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠ Help design and deliver Injury Prevention training and capability uplift of staff in the team

ᅡ아ᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠ Identify challenges for the team as a result of change activity and work with management to develop approaches / plans to manage these challenges

ᅡ아ᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠ Ensure significant risks and issues to the effectiveness of the team are identified at the earliest possible opportunity and solutions are identified, developed and implemented

ᅡ아ᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠᅡᅠ Develop strategic relationships across ACC business units that ensure initiatives are embedded successfully.

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Successful candidates will possess the following knowledge, experience, qualifications and skills:

  • Significant experience building, maintaining and influencing through strong collaborative relationships, with a wide variety of stakeholders
  • Experience of successfully using change management approaches and methodologies in complex environments at a project level
  • Tertiary qualification in change management, communications or business, working experience to equivalent level will be considered
  • Strong planning and project management skills
  • Strong customer focus
  • High level of interpersonal and networking skills
  • Excellent problem solving and analytical skills
  • Politically savvy and an understanding of the machinery of government and ACC¬タルs legislative landscape
  • Self-management including the ability to manage own time, identify and manage competing priorities and demonstrate good problem solving skills
  • Able to work independently, under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Please note that interviews for this role will be held on 24th January 2018.

The role requires the ability to lead and influence without authority, advanced communication skills, and is a great opportunity to be involved in meaningful work which has a direct impact on the health outcomes of all New Zealanders. If this challenging, yet rewarding role sounds like you, apply today and join the team developing world leading Injury Prevention programmes.

How to apply:

For further information, and to download a position description, please refer to our careers website by clicking the 'Apply Now' button.

If you have further queries, please contact Nancy Ford on nancy.ford@acc.co.nz.ᅡᅠ Please note that ACC will be closed during the Christmas shutdown between 22nd December 2017 and 3rd January 2018.ᅡᅠ Any questions received during that time will be answered as soon as possible after the 3rd.ᅡᅠ

Applications will not be accepted after 10 January 2018.

To view the Position Description please click here.

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