Oranga Coordinator - Intermediate Care
Oranga Coordinator – Intermediate Care
- Whakawhanaungatanga with Māori whānau
- Accelerate equitable outcomes for Māori
- Improve the patient and whānau hospital journey
Te whiwhinga mahi | The Opportunity
We are looking for an Oranga Coordinator, to join our expanding Intermediate Care team, permanent full time or part time. Te Whatu Ora Te Toka Tumai’s Intermediate Care service is comprised of a 60 bed virtual hospital ward which delivers hospital-level acute health care services, offering a safe alternative option to hospital care, utilising our Interim Care Programme within Aged Residential Care (20 beds) and our Hospital in the Home (HiTH) services (40 beds) within our patient’s home.
As an Oranga Coordinator within our Intermediate Care team you will be working closely with Māori patients and whānau to provide support and guidance when presenting to the hospital, through the duration of their inpatient admission, discharge and transition and/or entry into our Intermediate Care service. You will work in active partnership with colleagues to identify any barriers to provision of excellent assessment and treatment, ensuring delivery of care incorporates a cultural lens during inpatients admission and through the discharge process.
These positions play a key role in ensuring Māori patients and whānau at Te Whatu Ora Te Toka Tumai have the best possible patient and whānau experience. You will provide support and guidance to whānau, to help them develop their own coping mechanisms and strengthen their ability to support the patient when home.
Oranga Coordinators play a vital role within the wider Māori Health Provider Services team and are essential in bettering outcomes for Māori.
For further details, please refer to the position description here.
Ko wai mātou | Our Organisation
We are Te Whatu Ora Te Toka Tumai Auckland. We provide health and disability services to more than half a million people living in central Auckland, regional services for Northland and greater Auckland, and specialist national services for the whole of New Zealand. Our main sites are Auckland City Hospital, Greenlane Clinical Centre and Starship Children’s Hospital, located in central Auckland.
We are part of Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand, the overarching organisation for New Zealand’s national health service. Te Whatu Ora leads the day-to-day running of the health system, with functions delivered at local, district, regional and national levels. We are also an Accredited Employer with Immigration NZ (Please visit Immigration NZ Accredited Employer Work Visa for more information if you will be needing a Work Visa)
We are committed to upholding Te Tiriti o Waitangi and providing culturally safe care. We value role modelling manaakitanga as demonstrated by Ngāti Whātua in the gifting of their whenua on which our hospitals stand. We aspire to having a workforce reflective of the communities we serve and achieving equitable outcomes for all.
Nga Pūkenga Motuhake | Important Skills
As an Oranga Coordinator you will have commitment to achieving equitable health outcomes for Māori and have experience in community-based environments or cultural groups such as in marae settings, working in Māori health or social service providers.
You will have the ability to form authentic, strong, meaningful connections with other people and advocate for others in a mana engaged way.
To be successful you will need:
- A minimum NCEA L2 English and Maths
- To have completed a Te Reo Māori, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and/or Tikanga course
- Lived experience in community-based environments or cultural groups such as in marae settings, working in Maori health or social service providers
- Full current NZ driver’s license
For more information about this role please contact Rosica Latchman, Charge Nurse Manager via RosicaL@adhb.govt.nz
He aha ngā painga o tēnei mahi mōu | Why you will enjoy working here
We recognise there is more to life than mahi | work, and we encourage and provide access to all our staff several services and benefits to support themselves whilst they are employed within Te Whatu Ora Te Toka Tumai | Auckland.
For more information on what we offer, please click here.
Me pēhea te tuku tono | How to apply
Advertising closes: 15 December 2022 at 11:59pm
Please submit your application online, outlining your experience and motivation to apply to this role.
To apply please click on the ‘Apply’ tab below and submit your application online attaching your updated CV and Covering Letter.
If you have any queries about accessibility, or technical issues with the online process, please contact Anesha Pillay, Recruitment Consultant via Aneshag@adhb.govt.nz or 021 390 875 to discuss how we can best support your application.
The remuneration for this position is covered by a collective agreement (PSA Allied Health, Public Health and Technical MECA - Hauora Maori Worker)
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|Location:||North Island - Auckland - Central Auckland|
|Job type:||Permanent Full time|
|Expertise:||Clinical - Community / Public Health - Clinical Support Workers|
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