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 nation’s 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.
Within the Ministry of Health we are establishing a Health Infrastructure Unit to help support and guide health capital strategy and management over the next decade. This exciting new area has responsibility for oversight of District Health Board capital business cases, service planning and asset management, as well as the delivery of some of the key capital redevelopments (including new hospitals) across the country. This is challenging but rewarding work to deliver important health infrastructure projects. Health infrastructure has a vital role in ensuring New Zealanders have access to high quality health services.
We are now looking for an enthusiastic Principal Advisor to lead key work streams relating to capital strategy. This is a critical role to ensure that we are meeting our capital and infrastructure objectives and involves working across central agencies and District Health Boards.
To be successful, you will need the following qualities:
As kaitiaki of our health and disability system, the Ministry of Health is here to ensure all New Zealanders are being well served – and that work is incredibly rewarding.
If you’re keen to put your skills to use for the wellbeing of all New Zealanders, this role is one of a number of exciting new positions becoming available.
You will find a copy of the Position Description attached or online at careers.health.govt.nz.
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Advertising for this role closes on Friday, 14 February 2020.
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