Care Capacity Demand Management Lead at Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand Waitematā, Auckland
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Permanent Full Time Position
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Allied Health clinician who is passionate about leadership, connecting with staff, change management and understands the importance of data for the visibility of safe staffing for allied health.
The Care Capacity Demand Management (CCDM) programme is a joint initiative between Safe Staffing Healthy Workplace (SSHW) Unit, the health unions, and Te Whatu Ora. It is a whole of (hospital) system approach that focuses on the provision of tools, processes and organisational support systems to match in-patient allied health workforce availability and skill mix to patient demand and manage any variance that occurs each day. The goal is quality patient care, quality work environments and best use of health resources. This role will lead the ongoing development, implementation, embedding and utilisation of the CCDM tools across the Allied Health Workforce within Te Whatu Ora Waitematā
Working collaboratively with CCDM programme staff, the Allied Health Quality Improvement Lead, and the Allied Health Leadership team including Professional and Clinical Leaders, Associate Directors of Allied Health, team managers/leaders and Clinical Leaders, you will lead the implementation, development and maintenance of the Waitematā Allied Health Data Council.
We are looking for an excellent communicator with an ability to promote professionalism, reflective and culturally safe practice and a collaborative approach to problem solving. As you will be required to connect and engage with multiple stakeholders, exceptional relationship building skills are essential. You will have previous success leading projects and change. In addition, you will be analytical with the ability to support data collection and literacy.
The main duties of the role include:
- Lead the development and implementation of the clinical workload methodology tools to capture and measure Allied Health workload, aligning with the principals of the Care Capacity Demand Management (CCDM) programme for Allied Health across the District
- Working alongside the national CCDM coordinator to develop a plan that clearly identifies the key outcomes, stages and risks/mitigations of CCDM implementation and ongoing improvement
- Develop an education plan and train others on how to understand, interpret and use data and systems.
- Regularly reviews data integrity, provides data reporting and identifies and responds to data quality issues
- Work closely with the partners to effectively coordinate the programme components and inter-dependencies to achieve overall integrity and coherence of the programme
- Develop a sustainable plan of reporting and monitoring data integrity for Allied Health
- Create and maintain focus and momentum of the programme
- Uphold best practice in care capacity and demand management
- Interface frequently with other sites across Aotearoa New Zealand, and the Safe Staffing Healthy Workplaces Unit in response to work being undertaken around capacity and demand management for allied health
- Deliver organisational KPl's including relevant target, financial budgets and service plans.
- Showcase the data at local and national levels.
Reporting to the Chief Allied Health Scientific and Technical Professions Officer and working collaboratively with the Associate Chief Allied Health Scientific and Technical Professions Officer, this role will have close links with the Allied Health Leadership group.
This position will suit someone who has experience in leading projects, has project management experience, an understanding of data collection relevant to allied health and has at least eight (8) years’ experience within a healthcare
If this sounds like you, please apply including a current resume/curriculum vitae and a cover letter outlining your interest in the role, your skills, attributes and experience as relevant to the role.
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For more information about the role please contact Tamzin Brott, Chief Allied Health Scientific Technical Professions Officer 021 983 129 or Sharon Russell Associate Chief Allied Health Scientific Technical Professions Officer 021 412 170
For any recruitment queries, please contact Bairavi Thavarasa, Recruitment Consultant on 09 442 7251.
Job Number : WDHB17798
Closing Date : 3 March 2024
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|Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand Waitematā
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