Information about employment within Te Awakairangi Health Network and current vacancies

A range of opportunities exists in the 20 practices that are part of our Network.   These include General Practitioner and Practice Nurse roles in small, medium and large teams.  All of these teams employ administration staff including receptionists, accounts staff and managers who provide frontline services and keep the businesses running smoothly.

TeAHN directly employs a team of around 50 staff including people who provide services directly to patients and support general practices within our network.

Current Vacancies

All enquiries and applications a are to be sent to [email protected] 0r 04 566 5320.
Only applicants with New Zealand residency or a valid NZ work permit for the full term of employment will be considered.

Intermediate Information Analyst
The Information Analyst sits within the Knowledge Management Team. The aim of this team is to support Te Awakairangi Health Network (TeAHN) and its practices to collect and use timely and accurate information. The Information Analyst will work closely with the Senior Information Analyst in the team. The team aims to lead the cultural change to data driven decision making at all levels of the network, while raising the maturity of the data and information management lifecycle at TeAHN and across its General Practices.
The Information Analyst will focus on:

• Supporting the Senior Information Analyst to design and implement the new Business Intelligence environment in Azure
• Automation of regular reports where possible and support the development of a simplified data ecosystem
• Delivery of regular reports
• Documentation of data processes and business rules
• Support effective management of our information products to improve visibility, accessibility and retention/disposal practices
• Develop and introduce data quality processes using DataOps where possible
• Work with the organisation to design quality improvement initiatives that are supported by quality reports and insights
Essential Technical Skills
• Experience in working with SQL and Excel
• An ability to proactively identify trends, insights and issues
• Experience with Data Visualisation tools e.g. PowerBI
• A strong understanding of how to source data, analyse, compile and present it in a clear and helpful way
• Strong background in automating the collection, organising and distribution of data
Desirable Technical Skills
• Experience with Azure data warehouse tools – Logic Apps, Data Factory
• Experience working with Python or R
• An appreciation and interest in the health sector

Further information, including a job description and an application for employment form, is available from [email protected] or phone (04) 566 5320.
Only applicants with New Zealand residency or a valid NZ work permit for the full term
of employment will be considered.

JD Information Analyst November 2020

2019 Application Form – TeAHN

Data Warehouse Developer

(fixed term to December 2021)
The Data Warehouse Developer will focus on supporting the Senior Data Analyst to develop and implement the new Business Intelligence environment; optimising, overseeing and monitoring data retrieval, storage and distribution throughout the warehouse infrastructure. Including:

• Consolidate and optimise available data warehouse infrastructure
• Conceive analytics and business intelligence platform architecture
• Design and implement ETL procedures for intake of data from both internal and external sources; as well as ensure data is verified and quality is checked
• Design and implement ETL processes and data architecture to ensure proper functioning of analytics
• Collaborate with business and technology stakeholders in ensuring data warehouse architecture development and utilisation is fit for purpose
• Ensure all data warehouse architecture codes are maintained in a version control system
• Documentation of data warehouse processes and business rules
• Support effective management of our information products to improve visibility, accessibility and retention/disposal practices
• Develop and introduce data quality processes using DataOps where possible
Skills and attributes required
• Knowledge and hands-on experience in Azure data warehouse design
• Hands-on experience with Logic Apps, Data Factory, and Azure SQL Database
• SQL – intermediate level
• Experience accessing and working with data from multiple sources
Desirable Skills
• Monitoring, tuning, and database performance analysis
• Excellent Analytical skills
• Excellent verbal and written communications
• Strong organisation/time management skills
• Ability to work on a team, as well as independently

Further information, including a job description and an application for employment form, is available from [email protected] or phone (04) 566 5320.
Only applicants with New Zealand residency or a valid NZ work permit for the full term
of employment will be considered.

JD Data Warehouse Developer (Dec2020)

2019 Application Form – TeAHN

Clinical Programme Facilitator 

  • An exciting opportunity for an experienced health project lead and/or clinician  
  • Key role in programme development and continuous improvement 
  • Te Tiriti o Waitangi focused, and equity focused  
  • Primary care based, whole of system focus 
  • Hutt Valley based 
  • 0.6 FTE – 0.9FTE, as agreed 

Te Awakairangi Health Network is a dynamic and innovative organisation that plans, funds and provides a wide range of primary health care services to people living in the Hutt Valley. 

We are seeking a clinical programme facilitator to work across our practice and provider network to develop, deliver and extend the services offered to our local population.   You will have key input to programme development and continuous improvement for service and workforce delivery. This will include leading the implementation and facilitation of programmes, projects, services and seeking opportunities to integrate with existing providers. All our work is underpinned by a Tiriti o Waitangi focus and equity lens.  

This role will provide you with an opportunity to diversify and enrich your health system experience. 

We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic team player with the following skills and attributes: 

  • An acknowledged and respected clinician and/or health project lead with experience and interest in developing health programmes that improve patient outcomes and contribute to the integration of health services. 
  • Effective relationship building and interpersonal skills 
  • Demonstrated results in leading, developing and facilitating programmes and engaging other health care professionals in delivering these 
  • An understanding of the general practice context, culture and its role as a provider in the wider healthcare system 
  • Familiarity with integration initiatives across primary/secondary care and emerging health care home models 
  • A well organised, self-starter who thrives in a team environment with an eye for detail 
  • An adaptable presentation style that enables delivery of key messages to different audiences  
  • Effective report writing, presentation and project management skills 

Further information, including a job description and an application for employment form, is available from [email protected] or ph 04 566 5320. 

For a confidential discussion you may contact Vanessa Cameron, Team Leader – Practice Liaison, Programmes and Practice Developmen[email protected] or ph DDI 04 570 3038 

Applications close 5.00pm Monday14 December 2020  

Only people with the right to work in New Zealand may apply for this position. 

JD Clinical Programme Facilitator Dec2020

2019 Application Form – TeAHN


Mental Health Professional

 

Brief intervention and therapy

Wellbeing Service – Primary Mental Health and Addiction support for the Hutt Valley


  • Mental Health Professional roles
  • Full time, Permanent

Te Awakairangi Health Network (TeAHN) is a dynamic primary health organisation delivering a wide range of primary healthcare services in the Hutt Valley. A key focus is reducing barriers to health care for high needs groups including Youth, Māori, Pacific and people who have low incomes. We are committed to high quality integrated healthcare.


Our Wellbeing team provide support for adults and young people with mild to moderate mental illness and/or addictions onsite at a variety of locations within the Hutt Valley, including GP practices and Marae.


We are looking for people who are enthusiastic and self-motivated to join our existing team of nurse therapists, clinical psychologists, AOD clinicians and social workers. Due to the dynamic nature of primary mental health, the ability to work in a fast-paced environment is essential.


Experience within a mental health and/or addictions team, confidence with kaupapa Māori tools, and knowledge of primary health care will be an advantage.


You will bring excellent skills in assessment and brief therapy and be able to work with a diverse client group.  You will build strong relationships and collaborate across the health and social service sector.  A flexible, friendly, and professional “can-do” attitude will be key to working effectively with clients, colleagues, and our community.


We offer a competitive salary, the option of flexible working arrangements and varied clinical work in a supportive workplace.


The successful applicants will be registered health professionals with a current practicing certificate. Only applicants with New Zealand residency or a valid NZ work permit for the full term of employment will be considered.


Further information, including a job description and an application for employment form, is available from [email protected] or phone (04) 566 5320.

JD Mental Health Professional

2019 Application Form – TeAHN


Intake Coordinator – Wellbeing Service

  • Newly established role
  • Complete mental health and AOD intake assessments and respond to referral enquiries
  • . 6 FTE role available (ideally spread out over 4-5 days)
  • Fixed term to 30 June 2021 in line with the expected end date of the Piki pilot programme

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Mental Health Professional

  • Brief intervention and therapy
  • Wellbeing Service – Primary Mental Health and Addiction support for the Hutt Valley
  • Full time (1FTE) and part time (.4 FTE) available.
  • Fixed term to 30 June 2021 in line with the expected end date of the Piki pilot programme

More information
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Contact [email protected] or phone (04) 566 5320 if you would like to include your job vacancy information on this page.

Nursing vacancy –  

Clinical Nurse Specialist – Diabetes 

Location:Hutt Hospital 

Contact: Permanent  – part time (0.7FTE) 

ABOUT THE ROLE 

The Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) provides specialist nursing advice, care and expertise, in the delivery of patient care and supporting other members of the multidisciplinary team, across a variety of settings; this will include primary and secondary care. The focus is on assisting, directing and supporting the care of people with diabetes through role modelling expert clinical skills, promoting best practice, facilitating interdisciplinary collaboration and providing education. 

ABOUT YOU 

The ideal candidate will be a senior nurse who is motivated to work individually and as part of a team, who is consistently striving to identify strategies and quality initiatives aimed at improving the long term health outcomes for people with diabetes. This will include a wide range of activities from individual patient care to the development and review of guidelines and policies; both at service specific level and when indicated, national guidelines. Demonstrated confidence and the ability to deliver quality education across these settings is considered a core competency for this role. 

Consideration will also be given to the right candidate, not currently a Diabetes CNS, but who has the necessary skills and clinical experience to be supported to become an accredited Diabetes Nurse Specialist and RN Prescriber over the next 4-5 years. 

It is an expectation that, in the first few years the successful candidate will be exposed to all aspects of complex diabetes management including, inpatient care, gestational management, paediatric diabetes, young-adult management and diabetes technology such as insulin pump therapy. This model supports the way the Hutt Diabetes Service Team works on a day-to-day basis. Wherever possible, further down the track, we will endeavour to more specifically tailor the role to the individual candidate’s particular passions or interests. 

BENEFITS 

We offer a supportive workplace culture with a commitment to your on-going professional development. This includes; a comprehensive orientation programme, training and study opportunities, and peer support. 

Staff benefits include our newly developed staff ‘Wellness Program’, discounts from many companies throughout the region, and use of our onsite gym. 

HOW TO APPLY 

Please complete an online HVDHB application form by clicking the ‘Apply Now’ button on the HVDH Page (here). You can also apply and see a copy of the job description through our careers website. Please note: For tracking and evaluation purposes, all applications must be submitted via our on-line process. 

For further information on this role, please email our Recruitment Team and indicate the vacancy number 113873-20 and job title in the subject line. 

 



GP Permanent part-time – 8 sessions

MURITAI HEALTH – EASTBOURNE

 

Location:                                             Wellington

Position:                                              General Practitioner

Contract:                                             Permanent                                        

Dates:                                                   As soon as possible

  • Great location near Wellington
  • Small, friendly practice
  • Nice sea-side town

Role

We have a small practice across the harbour from Wellington, a 20 minute ferry ride requiring a permanent General Practitioner (Family Medicine physician). The role has 8 sessions (4 days) per week with minimal Afterhours Emergency Clinic in Lower Hutt  rostered approximately one evening session and one weekend session once a month between all the GPs.


Our GPs see around 12 patients for each session (mornings 8:30am to 12pm) and (afternoon 1:30pm to 5pm).

 

Practice

This privately-owned practice, with two practice partners was established in 1999 in a house that is now converted to a medical centre.  The centre is located at the top end of the shopping village, with a pharmacy, physiotherapist and Plunket Nurse offices nearby.

We currently have 4 GPs, 3 nurses and 2.5 administration staff.

For further information, contact Practice Manager by email [email protected] or phone 0276788924


GP Wanted – Kopata Medical Centre

Central Hutt Valley: Long term associate 6 – 8 tenths but very flexible, to join supportive team in established three doctor practice.  Happy to provide support towards fellowship, good renumeration.  Flexible start date asap.  Please email [email protected] Attention: Sonita Louw.  Click here for more information.