Full-Time Injury Prevention Partner – Regional – Auckland
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Reducing the incidence and severity of injuries is a strategic priority for ACC and one of the many ways we help to improve lives every day. ACC is increasing its investment in injury prevention and implementing an ambitious Injury Prevention Strategy. The Injury Prevention Partner – Regions is a role where your contribution to our work programmes will ultimately enrich lives of people across New Zealand.
ACC’s vision is to create a unique partnership with every New Zealander, improving their quality of life by minimising the incidence and impact of injury. ACC is shifting the ways we work with New Zealanders to deliver meaningful support and guidance in the prevention, care and recovery from injury.
Our regional Injury Prevention Partners have an amazing opportunity to work with our communities at a regional level to deliver our strategies and programmes and raise the awareness of ACC’s local contributions
This role will see you working across the spectrum of our Injury Prevention portfolios, ensuring regional delivery of our priorities and programmes and building capability on ACC initiatives at a local level. You will also have the opportunity to inform our future programmes and improve our ROI, from the unique insight gathered from our regional partners.
This role requires a blend of excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills. You will be an expert in stakeholder management and will bring to this role your existing networks from the Health Sector, Health & Safety organisations or Injury Prevention communities or realms. Experience of working with Maori and Pasifika groups would be a distinct advantage.
Ideally you will have worked with a wide range of stakeholders, including communities, NGOs, or a Government-related environment and will be familiar with getting initiatives across the line in a government context. You will have the ability to develop regional work plans based on project management principles and methodologies and will have a thorough understanding of community development and health and safety.
You will have the ability to self-manage and will be comfortable working remotely, as your team is geographically dispersed. It is imperative that you have a full, clean drivers licence for this role.
This is a highly collaborative role which will see you driving outcomes for change by rolling up your sleeves, getting involved and communicating with the right people. The key to success is by delivering through the business and your local regional partners.
What we are looking for from you to be successful in this role:
- Tertiary qualification and/or ideally three to five years equivalent work experience
- Ability to work strategically and influence outcomes internally and externally, across organisations and at a national and regional level
- Demonstrated experience working with a range of stakeholder groups including Maori and Pasifika
- Excellent interpersonal, relationship building, networking and stakeholder management skills
- Ability to develop Annual Regional and Work Plans and budgets to deliver on organisation requirements and outcomes.
- Ability to create business cases for investment, based on the principles of ROI
- Ability to be self-managing and work autonomously at a regional and at times national level
- Knowledge of community development, leadership and strategy
- Full clean New Zealand driver’s licence (and ability to travel regularly and sometimes overnight)
The salary for this role ranges from $94,000 – $132,000 plus a 9% superannuation contribution.
To view the position description please click Injury Prevention Partner – Regions Position Description.
Applications will only be accepted when formally submitted through our ACC Career Website or through Seek.
Applications will run through to Tuesday, 29 October 2019.
If you have any questions about the role, please contact Amanda in our Talent Team at Amanda.email@example.com
At ACC, we recognise that diversity, inclusion and accessibility is important to our business. ACC’s Māori Strategy Whāia Te Tika provides the foundation for delivering better outcomes in a kaupapa Māori, culturally appropriate and responsive way for current and future Māori and diverse employees. ACC holds itself to a philosophy of Tika enabling us to create an environment of involvement, respect and connection with the communities where we work – benefitting individual employees and all our clients across New Zealand.
How to ApplyApply online HERE If you have any questions about the role, please contact Amanda in our Talent Team at Amanda.firstname.lastname@example.org At ACC, we recognise that diversity, inclusion and accessibility is important to our business. ACC's Māori Strategy Whāia Te Tika provides the foundation for delivering better outcomes in a kaupapa Māori, culturally appropriate and responsive way for current and future Māori and diverse employees. ACC holds itself to a philosophy of Tika enabling us to create an environment of involvement, respect and connection with the communities where we work - benefitting individual employees and all our clients across New Zealand.
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