The South Island Regional Service Provider Index programme, is looking to employ a full time Programme Specialist for 12 months fixed term.
The South Island Alliance Programme Office (SIAPO) supports the South Island District Health Boards (SI DHBs) Alliance framework, including governance, leadership and operational components by providing regional planning and support services for the South Island Alliance teams, service based workstreams / networks and regional forums endorsed by the South Island Alliance Leadership Team.
The South Island Alliance (SIA) is responsible for the delivery of the health initiatives for the South Island as outlined in the Ministry of Health, National Technology & Digital Services and South Island Regional Services Plans. SIA was established to ensure a sustainable service that continues to reduce disparity in access and outcomes while increasing health gain for the whole South Island population.
The South Island Regional Service Provider Index programme, as part of ongoing requirements, is looking to employ a Programme Specialist, for a fixed term.
The Programme Specialist will be responsible for leading solution and integration design and documentation of the key RSPI deliverables, and for monitoring their subsequent development and implementation, as briefed by the RSPI Programme/Project Manager. Working in conjunction with the RSPI programme team, DHBs and RSPI steering committee, the Programme Specialist will be required to produce innovative and effective product solutions, through the provision of robust, well-documented, and efficient solution designs, aligned with the RSPI Roadmap and strategic goals, and support the delivery of value for users and stakeholders.
The successful candidate will have experience in the NZ Health IT industry, IT or a business environment in a Business Analysis role and has proven experience in system evaluation, design and implementation.
If this sounds like you, then please apply online at www.careers.cdhb.govt.nz or to find out more contact Bruce Pendrey at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for this role close on 18th September 2019.