GM - Palliative Care Services
Our new strategic purpose is set, and this role will be pivotal in enabling how this strategic purpose is implemented. Kotahitanga/Together we want to achieve better outcomes for Westies and beyond, creating a sustainable organisation that will continue to lead in Hospice care.
We believe we can transform the future of community specialist palliative care through the development of innovative and collaborative healthcare approaches whilst challenging the status quo.
This bold new role is an extraordinary opportunity for a progressive thinker and enabler who knows the importance of collaboration and builds an empowered team of senior clinical professionals, united in delivering the future of community specialist palliative care. Your can-do attitude will shine through to implement your greatest pieces of work.
At Hospice West Auckland, we have been providing community specialist palliative care services for the wider West Auckland area for more than three decades. Our population is mixed urban and rural and ethnically diverse. We walk with people and their whanau, delivering best palliative care, where everyone matters. Pokohiwi ki te Pokohiwi - shoulder to shoulder.
About the Role:
The Primary Purpose of the GM - Palliative Care Services is to collaboratively lead the strategic growth of community specialist palliative care services for West Auckland, and wider.
Specifically, you will provide leadership and strategic direction on the planning, implementation, and delivery of community specialist palliative care to ensure innovation, excellence, equity, and integration of services across all communities that we serve.
The key result areas:
- Collaborate and work alongside the HWA leadership teams to plan and implement strategic initiatives that are aligned to the HWA's strategic direction.
- Actively seek new and innovative approaches to palliative care whilst building on the excellent services already in place to be responsive to growing community needs.
- Analyse and interpret trends, data, and health information to inform strategic development of services that enhance outcomes for teams, patients, and whanau.
- Create a culture where individuals are empowered to innovate, do things differently, and enabled to bring great ideas to life, ensuring better palliative health outcomes for patients and whanau.
- With the best people working alongside you, you will make things happen!
To be successful in this role, you will have:
- Clear understanding of the health ecosystem through previous experience in a complex and highly nuanced system.
- The ability to build relationships and work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders, critical to the delivery of health services.
- Outcomes and value focused in advancing the collective interest of our team, driving a culture that puts our people at the centre of all activity.
- An ability to think strategically and effectively implement that strategy as well as the ability to understand process in detail.
- Experience in implementing Te Tiriti o Waitangi principles in a meaningful way, and a commitment to achieving equitable health outcomes for Maori.
- A relevant graduate and post-graduate qualification in health/social care, and management/leadership.
- Leadership experience in palliative care, adult health, oncology, or similar health field.
You may have other professional or personal responsibilities to manage so the hours for this position are flexible - we will work with the perfect person to make this happen.
As this role falls under the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Amendment Order 2022, you will need to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, including booster.
If you are interested in making a difference in an organisation with a bigger purpose, this role could be for you. We offer a competitive salary, a West Auckland location with free on street parking, and flexible working options.
Hospice West Auckland welcomes and supports people of all gender identities, ages, ethnicities, sexual orientations, disabilities and religions. A requirement of this role is to actively support and promote our diversity and inclusion principles. Respect and responsiveness to the needs, concerns, values and norms of Māori, Pasifika and disability stakeholders and their communities is essential.
|Location:||North Island - Auckland - North Shore/West Auckland|
|Job type:||Permanent Full time|
|Expertise:||Non-clinical - Management - Management|
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