Analyst – Dunedin Hospital Redevelopment
- Fixed-term for up to 8 months
- 1 FTE (40 Hours per week)
Southern DHB recently welcomed the announcement that a new billion-dollar-plus hospital will be built in Dunedin, which is set to be the single largest hospital rebuild in New Zealand history with an estimated cost of $1.2 billion - $1.4 billion.
To help prepare for this exciting development, SDHB is now recruiting for a Business Analyst to join our team on a fixed term basis. You will play a critical role in a project that will help shape the future of healthcare in the Southern District – so if you are an experienced Financial Analyst looking for your next challenge, look no further!
Working closely with clinicians, the project team and the health planners, the successful Business Analyst will help lead the development of the financial component of the Dunedin Hospital Redevelopment’s Detailed Business Case. In particular, the Business Analyst will help develop a detailed assessment of the financial affordability of the potential redevelopment options for the new Dunedin Hospital. Using experience, judgement and a keen eye for detail, the successful Business Analyst will ensure that any impacts on the financial accounts of the SDHB in implementing the preferred option, including depreciation, interest and the capital and operating requirements are identified, analysed and presented for decision-makers.
As this is a major project for the future of the Southern DHB it is essential that applicants for this role are able to hit the ground running, which means you will be bringing demonstrated experience in working in and around complex business cases, preferably for large capital projects. Experience in costings modelling is also critical, as will be your confidence in working in a complex organisation and in engaging with numerous key stakeholders. A knowledge of workforce planning would be a distinct advantage.
Our preference is for candidates to have a background in Health, however experience in the Public/Government sector would also be advantageous.
Your key attributes include your analytical and detail oriented approach, your energy, accountability, adaptability and flexibility with a genuine interest in the unique combination of project work in a health environment.
If this all sounds like you, and you are ready to get stuck in – don’t delay, apply today!
Closing Date: Monday 20 November, 2017
For further information please contact Nicole Ross, Recruitment Advisor – Corporate. Phone: (03) 470 9605 or Email: Nicole.firstname.lastname@example.org