Could you be our next Programme Manager?

June 2022

Could you be our next Programme Manager? An opportunity currently exists for a highly energetic Programme Manager to join the NZTF during an exciting phase of growth.

 

WHO WE ARE

Currently celebrating its 10th anniversary, the NZ Telehealth Forum (NZTF) has been leading telehealth in Aotearoa with their mission to provide leadership in sustainable models of care enabled by telehealth that support equitable, patient-centred care. The organisation began in 2012 when a telehealth symposium ‘A Call to Arms’ was held in 2012 at the National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI). The NZ Telehealth Resource Centre (TRC) website was launched in 2014 to provide free telehealth advice, guidance, and support to help health providers and health professionals set-up telehealth or improve their telehealth services. Today, the NZTF has a growing membership and consists of a wide range of professionals from the health and industry sectors who are highly skilled, knowledgeable, and passionate about embedding telehealth into healthcare.

 

THE ROLE

Could you be our next Programme Manager? An opportunity currently exists for a highly energetic Programme Manager to join the NZTF during an exciting phase of growth. Working remotely in a part-time (contract) role with flexible hours – you will be a part of a wonderful community who are passionate about health reforms and digital health. As a critical member of the Telehealth Leadership Group (TLG), the Telehealth Programme Manager plays an important strategic, leadership and coordinating role. You will work closely with the TLG Chair and are responsible for the development and implementation of the annual work plan. In the next 12-months, the NZTF plans to form as a trust or incorporated society, overseeing and leading this transition will be a key part of the role.

 

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

To be successful in this rewarding role you will require:

  • Understanding of the NZ health sector (Health and research experience preferred)

  • A minimum of five years in an advanced management role

  • Management of multi-team, multi-project groups

  • A keen eye for detail and a can-do attitude

  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work with great leaders and members

  • Experience in delivering projects, but more importantly is your experience managing people and projects.

  • Experience in the strategic development of and operation of a charitable trust structure.

 

To apply, or for a full job description, please email Kayte Andrews at kayte@telehealth.org.nz

Applicants must include a cover letter and CV. We welcome any questions about the role.

Applications close June 30.