Care Capacity Demand Management (CCDM) Programme Manager
About the Organisation
The Southern DHB has the largest regional coverage of all the New Zealand health boards, providing services to over 315,000 people. We take pride in the services we provide and our aim is to improve, promote and protect the health of our population. Our customers – patients, staff and communities - are at the heart of everything we do.
In order to continue meeting the needs of our community, we are working towards a system that better identifies mismatches between staffing levels and patient needs and facilitates solutions to mitigate the risks associated. Known formally as Care Capacity Demand Management, we are on the lookout for a Senior Registered Nurse to spearhead this in a Programme Manager role.
This is a fantastic opportunity to make your mark on health services across the district, through assuring patient safety and satisfaction, supporting staff health and well-being and ultimately maximising organisational efficiency.
About the Role
The CCDM Programme Manager will is a pivotal figure in the coordination, facilitation, planning, communication and support for the implementation and enhancement of current systems using a ‘whole of systems approach’ in conjunction with a range of key stakeholders. With the overarching goal to improve patient outcomes through the careful matching of staff to patients, there is certainly ample opportunity to make a difference for staff and patients alike.
Objectives include but are not limited to:
- Coordinating and implementing best practice tools and guidelines
- Developing and sustaining constructive relationships that enhance your connections and ability to influence, by modelling a partnership approach
- Leading and collaborating on programme development, communication and implementation, and feedback loops to ensure ongoing engagement across the board
Working at a high level with regard to health informatics, we anticipate you’ll be advanced/expert user, allowing you to collate reports, analyse outcomes and work alongside senior staff to re-engineer rosters as required, however, this role is more than just numbers and data. It’s as much about your ability to connect, engage and influence multiple stakeholders, from the Wards to Governance, as it’s through others that you will achieve positive outcomes. It goes without saying that you will naturally embody the Southern DHB values of Kind, Open Positive and a sense of Community in all that you do.
About the Region
The Southern District offers the benefits of excellent amenities, first class primary through to tertiary education, affordable housing and outstanding recreational opportunities. So, whether it’s surfing, kayaking or sailing; skiing, hunting or fishing; theatre, live-music or art – Dunedin offers something for everyone!
What are you waiting for? If this opportunity is up your alley than don’t hesitate in applying, after all, it’s not every day that a role such as this comes around
Closing Date: Sunday 25 October 2020
Please note we may begin shortlisting as we receive applications and if necessary, withdraw the advertising at any time. If you are interested in this position, please do not delay!
For further information please contact Jeanie Winter, Recruitment Advisor, Phone: (03) 470 9571 or Email: Jeanie.email@example.com
Children’s Act 2014
Due to this position having contact with children and the SDHB’s commitment to child protection, you will be subject to ‘safety checks’ under the Children’s Act at the time of hire and thereafter as per the relevant legislation.
Pre-Employment Occupational Health Assessment
In the interests of protecting our people and our patients, all appointments will be subject to an Occupational Health Assessment to confirm suitability and fitness to work in the role you are being considered for.