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Service Manager - Specialist Servicesat Southern District Health Board (invercargill/dunedin), Duned

Published 2022-06-30
Expires 2022-07-30
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Service Manager - Specialist Servicesat Southern District Health Board (invercargill/dunedin), Duned
New Zealand, Otago, Dunedin,
Published June 30, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Service manager - specialist servicesat southern district health board (invercargill/dunedin)


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The Service Manager will be responsible for planning and the overall operational management of the specialist mental health, addictions and intellectual disability services across Otago. As Service Manager you'll be involved in partnering with your clinical colleagues to lead service delivery improvement as well as manage finance and human resources. The focus of this role is in to provide leadership and management of our services which consist of Forensic, Child and Family Services, Youth Speciality Services, Youth Forensic, Specialist Addiction Services, Mental Health for Older Persons, Intellectual Disability Services and Early Intervention Services. You will additionally have specific responsibilities regarding management and support to the Maori Mental Health Team and the psychiatric registrars, as well as active involvement in other Directorate

Your ability to build constructive and effective relationships with staff throughout all levels of the organisation will be fundamental to your success in this role. Utilising your already extensive leadership experience and excellent communication skills, you will foster a service which works collaboratively to provide care that best meets the needs of our service users and

With tertiary qualifications (ideally in Health or Management), and leadership experience in a similar and relevant position elsewhere, your contribution will be valued and appreciated. You can't do this alone, however, so your ability to lead and engage, and your approachability and commitment to success will be evident in the roles you've held previously and your aspirations for the future. There is appetite for change at Southern DHB, and we want you to help shape our

Closing Date: Thursday, 7 July

Due to the fast paced nature of the DHB, our vacancy close dates may be subject to change. Don't delay, make sure you apply as soon as

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For further information please contact Caroline, Recruitment Advisor - Mental Health, Addiction and Intellectual Disability Directorate, Phone (03) 214 5769 or

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Following the update to COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2021 this also includes the requirement that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. You will need to provide proof of this to Occupational Health
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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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