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We have a 12 month, fixed term opportunity for a Workforce Development Coordinator to join our People and Capability team. This position will assist with the design, implementation and administration of the programme of workforce development initiatives at Hauora Hokianga. The role encompasses a diverse range of responsibilities including administration, customer service, project coordination, logistics, procurement and communication and in particular will coordinate the delivery of training, development and certification programmes, as well as the delivery of workforce development projects and initiatives.

Hours of work are up to full time, 8 hours per day 5 days per week, however for those interested in discussing career development, we are open to considering a mix of part-time work alongside formal study. You will receive on the job training to develop your knowledge of all facets of workforce development.

We are looking for someone who is highly organised with the ability to juggle different projects and priorities in a busy environment.  You will be people-focused and motivated to deliver exceptional outcomes. Your great communication skills and relationship building skills will enable you to establish rapport with a variety of stakeholders.

To apply for this exciting opportunity, send your CV outlining your skills and experience, and a Cover Letter telling us why you would be suitable for the position to the People and Capability team via email: HR@hokiangahealth.org.nz.  Closing date for applications is Sunday 4th August 2024.

Workforce Development Coordinator position description


GP and Rural Hospital Doctor – Locum or Permanent opportunities providing comprehensive, integrated primary and secondary health services through our community clinics and rural hospital. Cornerstone accredited. Training available for those looking to expand their practice in rural medicine. Medical Officer Position Description

Rural Registrar Placement: broaden your skillset through exposure to a wide variety of presentations working within a close-knit, supportive team. Rural Hospital – level 2 and Rural General Practice runs can be carried out in tandem over a 12-month placement.

Applicants must be registered with the Medical Council of New Zealand to practice as a Doctor in New Zealand. Accommodation provided.


Registered Nurse: support a diverse range of patients across accident and emergency, acute inpatient, and hospital level residential care across a 24/7 shift roster.

Community Health Nurse: undertake a wide range of nursing duties in our rural community including district nursing, public health nursing, practice nursing, well child nursing and palliative care.

Nurse Practitioner: demonstrate nursing leadership and provide clinical advice, care, and education. Place whānau at the centre of care, exploring health and wellbeing concerns, preferences, health behaviours, attitudes and priorities using a Kaupapa Māori strengths-based approach.

Ideal candidates will have at least 2 years’ experience, however applications are welcome from new graduates. Previous experience in rural setting or Māori health provider is desirable. You’ll need a current drivers licence and practicing certificate, with the ability to pass a police background check.


Full-time or part-time positions available. To find out more including how to apply contact our People and Capability team via HR@hokiangahealth.org.nz

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