The Tobacco Control Team is seeking an advisor with analytical and critical thinking skills. The attributes we are looking for include the ability to think conceptually, solve problems collaboratively, engage well with stakeholders, work well in a team, and communicate complex ideas effectively.
Te whainga poto o tēnei tūranga – What is the purpose of this position?
The Advisor, Tobacco Control will work as part of a small team contributing to a range of policy issues directly related to the Government’s goal of achieving a Smokefree Aotearoa by 2025. The team’s work spans strategic and operational policy, legislation, service development and performance monitoring and reporting. This position is based in Wellington.
Mō tō mātou rōpū – About our team:
The Tobacco Control Team sits within the Population Health and Prevention Directorate. This Directorate includes a range of population health programmes, including tobacco control, oral health, child health and Pacific health. It also includes key national public health functions, such as emergency management and the National Screening Unit.
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For further information regarding the role, please email email@example.com quoting reference number MOH/1506237
Advertising for this role closes at midnight on 22 February 2021.
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