Clinical Quality Coordinator (Full-Time), Service Standards, Te Whatu Ora at Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand Counties Manukau, Auckland
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
Quality Co-ordinator – Clinical Standards
Are you a clinician wanting improve key initiatives in Counties Manukau? Do you have a passion for coordinating groups of healthcare professionals, and keen to make a difference in quality?
Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand, Counties Manukau is a dynamic and progressive workplace at the forefront of innovative health delivery. Our comprehensive healthcare environment offers unique opportunities for both health professionals and non-clinical support staff. As a result, we are dedicated to growing and developing a capable health workforce reflective of our community’s unique and diverse population.
About the Role
We currently have an opportunity for a Quality Co-ordinator to join the Directorate of Nursing and Patient Whaanau Experience. You will provide clinical co-ordination for Certification audit to meet Nga Paerewa standards, Fundamentals of Care, Nursing Professional Practice Committee, Transformational Thursday, and support patient experience forums. This is a full time Monday to Friday position based at Middlemore Hospital.
This position will provide you with an appreciation of organisational strategies and improvement initiatives, and opportunities to develop strong relationships with leaders and senior staff of the organisation and across divisions. The role is diverse and gives insight of the organisation and a great opportunity to step into a senior role.
Who are we looking for?
The ideal candidate would have
- A qualified health professional
- Post-graduate diploma in nursing, management, or healthcare related or in progress
- Minimum of 5 years’ clinical experience in the health sector, with a solid foundation within the NZ public health setting
- Highly skilled and experienced at time management and work prioritisation skills
- An understanding of te ao Maaori values and worldview, and having a good understanding of te Tiriti o Waitangi articles, and committed to ongoing learning
- A culturally safe approach to practice
- An ability to establish and maintain strong effective working relationships with key stakeholders at all levels and a proven ability to develop trust with internal and external partners
- Adaptable and influential with exceptional organisation skills
- Sound knowledge of quality improvement and skills
- Strong attention to detail and a love of data
- A proactive, lean-in attitude, and an inquisitive nature
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
The role has a level of autonomy and applicants will need to be self-driven to manage time-pressured work but also need to work as part of the Patient Safety and Quality Assurance team.
Who are you?
In your application we invite you to share who you are, your personal values, your whakapapa, as well as your interests and motivations in applying for this role. We are interested to learn about your personal attributes, experiences and the diverse perspectives you could bring to the role and Te Whatu Ora. We acknowledge attributes may extend to having been gained outside of the workforce and encourage you to share these in your application.
Advertising for this position closes at midnight on Sunday 18th February 2024.
To make an application please apply online at www.countieshealthjobs.com or to review the position description please click here.
For further information please contact Jacky Chan, Patient Safety and Quality Assurance Lead at email@example.com.
To view the job description please click here.
Applications close: 25th February 2024
Job number: CMH202312769
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|Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand Counties Manukau
|Permanent Full time
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