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General Practitioner or General Practice Registrar with Special Interest in Palliative Care (GPSI) (Palliative Outcomes Initiative - POI)
The GPSI, as a member of the MH Medical Team, will work within the MH Multi-Disciplinary Team to provide palliative care services to the MH patients, family / whanau and friends, both in the inpatient unit and community setting. The full position description can be viewed HERE. Any questions can be sent to Renee Fletcher at Mercy Hospice - email@example.com.
Pacific youth Health care assistant cadetships - ADHB
The teams at Auckland DHB are very pleased to invite applications for the 2019 Pacific Health Care Assistant (HCA) Cadetship programme. This cadetship is specifically designed to attract capable and caring Pacific youth into the health workforce.
As an HCA cadet you will be employed up to full-time (32 or 40 hours per week), fixed-term, for 36 weeks. Following this period and the successful completion of your cadetship you may then transition into permanent Health Care Assistant roles with Auckland DHB. This is a great way to start a career in health. No experience necessary! The official advert including application details can be viewed HERE.
Pacific Equity Programme Director – Performance Improvement - Auckland DHB
The opportunity | Ngā whakaritenga o te mahi:
This newly created key strategic position is an incredible career opportunity to develop key improvement programmes that achieve health benefits for Pacific people’s living in Auckland. This is your chance to make a difference alongside our passionate team by leading improvement projects and initiatives into the future through innovative and courageous change.
You will build positive relationships and deliver the best outcomes for Pacific people. You will have the opportunity to coach and mentor workplace improvement teams and other leaders on equity and cultural competency issues and prospects. Your passion for healthcare and for improving health outcomes for the Pacific community will be accompanied by a focus on ensuring the service is delivered in a respectful, caring and culturally sensitive manner.
You will be working in a culturally diverse team and as such you must be committed to working in culturally appropriate ways to support positive outcomes.
For more information and to learn how to apply, visit the link below: