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Nelson Bays Primary Health Board Maori Representative Vacancy – closes 6 July

A vacancy exists for a Māori representative on the Board of Nelson Bays Primary Health.  The Board is the governing body of Nelson Bays Primary Health, guiding the application in Nelson and Tasman of the government’s vision of better primary health for all New Zealanders.


MĀORI REPRESENTATIVE

A vacancy exists for a Māori representative on the Board of Nelson Bays Primary Health.  The Board is the governing body of Nelson Bays Primary Health, guiding the application in Nelson and Tasman of the government’s vision of better primary health for all New Zealanders.

The person we are looking for will reflect the diversity and perspectives (both urban and rural) of the various consumers, community health providers, with a particular focus on whānau groups.

You will have:

  • Strong links to manawhenua iwi and the wider Māori community
  • An understanding of the Primary Health Strategy (including allied health) and how it relates to and affects whānau, hapū and iwi Māori and community groups
  • Knowledge of Māori health in the primary health sector
  • Governance experience
  • An ability to contribute to meetings in a fair, balanced and considered fashion
  • An ability to evaluate reports and assess data
  • Excellent communication and relationship-building skills
  • Knowledge of financial statements and balance sheet
  • An understanding of the planning process – strategic plans, annual plans and risk management

Payment is made for monthly meetings and other meeting attendance as required.

For the position description, application form and nomination form, please view online at www.nbph.org.nz or collect from Reception at 281 Queen Street, Richmond.

For further information phone:

Emily-Rose Richards, Board Secretary, 03 543 7850

Applications close: Friday 6 July 2018

NBPH is the Primary Health Organisation for the Nelson Tasman region. PHOs lead and coordinate primary health care within the local community. NBPH is committed to reducing the inequalities in health between all peoples.

Article type: Job Vacancies and Volunteer Opportunities

Contact Name: Emily-Rose Richards
Contact Phone: 03 543 7850
Contact Email: emily-rose.richards@nbph.org.nz