Public Health Medicine Registrar (Advanced Trainee) at Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand Taranaki, Taranaki
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
Taranaki Whanui He Rohe Oranga - Taranaki Together, A Healthy Community
Registrar - Public Health Medicine
National Public Health Service Te Manawa Taki - Taranaki
Up to 1.0 FTE for 12 months (Jan – Dec 2024)
Nau mai, haere mai ki Te Whatu Ora National Public Health Service ki Taranaki
Our purpose is: Manaakitia ngā whanau me ngā hapori , ko te pae ora te take matua - Enable whānau and communities to lead lives of wellness
The Taranaki Public Health Service is seeking a Registrar in Public Health Medicine from January 2024.
Te Kaupapa – Mission
Improving, promoting, protecting and caring for the health and wellbeing of the people of Taranaki.
We are looking for people that share our vision by providing the best care for our people and our community. We have a responsibility to see the whole picture, the whole community, in terms of health and to support everyone working in Taranaki to do the best job they can in a world of constant change.
Taranaki - A place like no other
Taranaki boasts some of New Zealand’s most iconic natural landscapes like Mt Taranaki and many adventure activities. The rugged and wild coastline is home to more than 12 world-class surf breaks. Taranaki is a place where you can ski and surf in the same day. For a more relaxing experience, there are many walks (bush, coastal or mountain) as well as art trails, festivals and award-winning museums and galleries and a thriving café culture. Click here to read more information about Taranaki.
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E pā ana ki a tatou - About us
At Te Whatu Ora Taranaki we are committed to recognising the value our people bring to our organisation within a supportive team of healthcare professionals that provide comprehensive care to our patients.
We believe having workforce that is diverse and inclusive, we are a pro-equity Health Organisation and this means that we will be better positioned to understand and serve our community.
When you choose to work with us, we will offer you:
· A comprehensive orientation and induction to our organisation and your department
· Access to clinical training and education
· Up to date facilities, Have a look at
· Project Maunga - our New Facilities currently under construction check this out on our website www.tdhb.org/maunga.shtml
· Opportunities to participate on local project and regional collaboration teams
· Professional development
Kōrero mō te tūranga - About the role
Working as part of the National Public Health Service, this role will focus on the provision of public health medicine and epidemiological advice and working in partnership with iwi and hapū organisations, communities, local and central government agencies to help improve health and eliminate health inequities through preventing disease and promoting health for the Taranaki population of 120,000 and the wider population of Te Manawa Taki region.
This rewarding role will work closely with two local Public Health Medicine Specialists (1.5 FTE) as well as being an integral part of the wider NPHS Te Manawa Taki clinical team.
Please click here to view the job description
Moū - About you
To be considered for this role it is essential that you are already an advanced trainee with the New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine Training Programme.
Your skills and attributes will also include the following:
• Competent in integrating Te Tiriti o Waitangi and Māori health models and frameworks into practice
• The ability to be courageous and willing to challenge the status quo in a professional manner
• The ability to see possibilities, potential and tangible opportunities to create an outstanding and integrated health system
• High levels of emotional intelligence, communication, and interpersonal skills as well as an ability to bring people together toward common goals
• Leadership and development skills
Te Mauri o Rango values guide the way in which we work together and with the communities and whānau that we serve: Wairuatanga, Rangatiratanga, Whanaungatanga, Te Korowai Manaaki.
We are looking for someone who demonstrates behaviours consistent with our values as well as the above skills and experience.
For further information about this role, please email Interim Operations Manager, Sara Knowles at email@example.com. If you think you’ve got what it takes to perform this crucial role in our service then please make an online application now.
Applications close on 25 February 2024, however if we make an appointment before this date we will close the vacancy.
Ma tini, ma mano, ka rapa te whai
By joining together, we will succeed
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
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