The Training Programme Kaiārahi reports to the Training
Programme Director for professional and clinical matters and to the
General Manager of the New Zealand College of Public Health
Medicine (the College) for all other matters including contractual
performance, administrative support and remuneration.
Experience and Attributes:
- A Māori Fellow of the College with a minimum of two years'
experience as a vocationally registered public health
- Currently practising as a public health medicine
- In current good standing with the College
- Participating in the College's Tracking of Professional
- Familiarity with (or willing to quickly become familiar with)
the College's training requirements
- Ability and willingness to work collaboratively and
- Ability and willingness to represent the College well and
articulate organisational values
- Ability and willingness to promote and influence a positive
culture with registrars
- Ability and willingness to recognise and manage complex
professional issues within a training context
- Provide high quality support and mentorship to Māori
- Provide guidance to Māori registrars in relation to career
It is estimated that the Kaiārahi will, on average, work
two hours a month in the role per registrar mentored. While actual
numbers will fluctuate, the College estimates there will be one
registrar for the Kaiārahi to supervise during the first
period of contract. Anticipated registrar numbers will be
considered in the annual contract review.
For more information, including key tasks, click here.
To apply, please send a letter of application and your C.V. to
Margaret Hewitt at firstname.lastname@example.org by the
closing date of Monday 27 August 2018.