The Taranaki District Health Board has a vacancy for a fulltime
public health medicine registrar from 1 July 2018 for 12
The registrar will be sited at the Public Health Unit in New
Plymouth but may at times be required to carry out project work in
different locations such as the DHB Planning and Funding
Department, the DHB Maori Health Department, Primary Health
Organisation, Territorial Local Authority, community settings, or
an Iwi Authority.
This job will suit an advanced trainee who communicates well,
thinks outside the square, is passionate about eliminating health
disparities, can work across agency boundaries with stakeholders
communities and people, and wants to make a difference.
Our primary goal as a Public Health Unit is to be acknowledged
as a champion of health equity in Taranaki who is not afraid to
tackle those complex public health problems that require new ways
of working and problem solving. To find out more about our
plan for the next five years click here.
Come and live in the region that has just been named the world's
second top region to visit in 2017 by Lonely Planet!
In Taranaki, it is easy to achieve an enviable lifestyle without
having to compromise your career path. The region's amazing
mountain, rivers, lakes, fantastic coastline and outstanding
surfing and tramping opportunities, masses of parks and gardens, as
well as a major events calendar, make it a great place to live and
The Taranaki District Health Board is a large organisation
(1,800 staff, $325m cost-centre) operating in the exciting,
changing Health sector.
For further information in relation to the position, please
contact Dr Jonathan Jarman at Jonathan.Jarman@tdhb.org.nz.
Click here to view the job description.
Applications close on 1 December 2017.