Project Manager Low-risk Alcohol Drinking Advice Reviewat Health Promotion Agency

  • Company:
    Health Promotion Agency
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    23 hours ago
  • Category:

About the role You will be delivering the review of Aotearoa New Zealand’s alcohol low-risk drinking advice. This is a significant national project which will have you working with and supporting an expert committee, managing cross-sector relationships, designing and delivering a robust review process, and driving the rollout of the new advice. You will be collaborating with enthusiastic and knowledgeable colleagues across policy and research, in an organisation that is committed to Te Tiriti, equity and sustainability. The role will incorporate kaupapa Māori principles into the work. Te Hiringa Hauora prides itself on providing flexible working options to our staff where possible. If the location, hours, or other conditions of this advert don’t suit your requirements, please ensure you apply and talk to us about what can work for you. We do our best to work with staff to offer opportunities to make things work for them, and for us. Nga taonga kei roto I tou kete matauranga | What you bring You will bring extensive experience in: leading projects or programmes with external reporting outcomes managing conflicting view and priorities. You will also have: tertiary qualifications at Master or Doctorate level experience managing technical policy and/or research projects experience in alcohol control or public health guideline development skills in negotiating, influencing and relationship management familiarity with Te Ao Māori and tikanga Māori. Ko wai mātou | Who we are Te Hiringa Hauora leads and delivers innovative and high quality national health promotion initiatives. Te Hiringa Hauora is a Crown entity that works with partners including iwi, researchers and academics, community groups, public health advocates, and others who are aligned to our goals. Te Hiringa Hauora acknowledges the special relationship between Māori and the Crown under Te Tiriti o Waitangi and is committed to recognise and respect the articles of Te Tiriti. Te Hiringa Hauora encourages and supports staff to learn and enjoy te Reo Māori, waiata, and increase knowledge of Te Ao Māori. Me pēhea te tono |