Our Network Vacancies

General Practice Liaison

About the Role:  

A new role has opened up at NMO for a General Practice Liaison.

This role is responsible for supporting the four General Practice’s networked to Nga Mataapuna Oranga through promoting achievement and fostering performance improvement within the General Practices. Additionally, this includes communicating and monitoring performance targets, supporting practices to enhance their performance and maximise claiming.

Key Focus Areas:

  • Supporting General Practices
  • Oversight of NMO performance targets and supporting General Practice to achieve these targets
  • Liaising with Government Health Agencies to provide quality information to ensure General Practice compliance with legal and contractual obligations
  • Providing the Managing Director with information, advice and recommendations to enable NMO to fulfill its duties

Role Objectives:

  • Assists with the development and implementation of strategies to increase quality and performance
  • Establish robust planning and implementation processes
  • Provides mentoring and training to new Practice owners and managers
  • Co-ordinates regular Practice management meetings including all associated administrative tasks
  • Provides support and leadership to the NMO Clinical Board


About you:

  • Experience in General Practice Management and Leadership
  • Experience in the health sector in a senior role, preferably in the New Zealand context
  • Experience in a contract management role of a commercial or not-for-profit organisation
  • Personal desire to make a significant difference to the health and well-being of Maori whanau and their communities
  • Adaptable to a changing and highly political sector

For more information you can request a copy of the detailed job description at hello@nmo.org.nz

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

(40 Hours a week)

Ngā Mataapuna Oranga is seeking a workforce lead to coordinate the provision of clinical supervision and workforce development opportunities for kaimahi across Mai i Ngā Kuri a Wharei ki Tihirau.  The aim of this role is to transform the health workforce by building its capacity, capability and resilience when working with whānau.

We are looking for someone with experience who can hit the ground running and is computer literate.  You will need to be self-motivated and with a desire to achieve the very best outcomes for whānau.

Ngā Mataapuna Oranga and its Provider Network has adopted the Tūāpapa – System of Care.  It is a local tangata whenua model based on the core values of tika, pono and aroha and helps shape the qualities we are seeking from all our kaimahi.

You will be a key member in the Tūāpapa team and support the transformation and growth of our health and social services workforce.  Able to work to deadlines, you will need to pride yourself on your attention to detail and enjoy working both independently and within a team environment.

For more information you can request a copy of the job description at  hello@nmo.org.nz.

Applications for this role close on Friday 9 December 2022

About us:

Ngā Mataapuna Oranga (NMO) is a Kaupapa Māori Primary Health Organisation with a focus and commitment to the health and wellbeing of Māori and the communities we service.  Our business is whānau prosperity and wellbeing and we strive to educate and improve whānau lives and lifestyles.

Ngā Mataapuna Oranga supports a smokefree environment and is committed to the Smokefree Aotearoa 2025 vision.