The DHB Performance, Support and Infrastructure directorate within the Ministry of Health ensures strong effective relationships and provides leadership and support to ensure DHBs deliver on and are accountable for their operational, capital and financial performance. We also deliver major health infrastructure projects for the Crown; process payments and administer contracts for health care services.
There are two Operations Managers roles (one in Wellington and one in Dunedin) and these are interim positions reporting to the Group Manager Sector Operations. We are looking for accomplished professionals to lead, manage and develop teams of around 40 staff, spread geographically in New Zealand. The teams are responsible for delivering contracts and payments (of around $10 billion per annum) and agreement activities on behalf of the health and disability sector.
Domestic travel will be necessary, and you will lead the team from the front by developing capability, achieving KPIs, identifying and managing operational risks, resolving issues, and championing the team.
You will also provide oversight and work with stakeholders to ensure operational success. Support the implementation of new systems and processes whilst maintaining a culture of continuous improvement.
With your excellent communication skills you will understand how to separate and combine tasks into an effective workflow. You will be able to simplify complex processes in an effective and efficient way.
To be successful in the role you will have the following skills and experience:
The Ministry of Health is the kaitiaki of the health and disability system in New Zealand. We are responsible for providing active stewardship and leadership across the nations health and disability system. We ensure the system provides people with the highest levels of care, regardless of who they are or where they live.
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Advertising for this role closes on Sunday, 15 March 2020.
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