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Pou Haumanu – Taranaki Tau te Moe – New Plymouth, Taranaki

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Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (
SUDI) Prevention Programme Lead

Permanent, part time

0.6FTE / 48 hours per fortnight

  • We are seeking a courageous person who is inspired by te Tiriti o Waitangi
  • Will you challenge the status quo to bring ground-breaking ideas into reality?
  • Do you want to be part of transforming our health and disability system and services in Taranaki?

At Taranaki District Health Board (Taranaki DHB) we serve a population of approximately 124,380 people, of which 19.8% identify as Māori, residing within the geographical area that is described as ‘Paraninihi ki Waitōtara, Waitōtara ki Taipakē’; spanning from the white cliffs of Pukearuhe to the Waitōtara River in Ngā Rauru and from the Waitōtara river to Taipakē which is the most southern point of the Ngā Rauru iwi.

Pou Haumanu – Taranaki Tau te Moe, Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI) Prevention Programme Lead is a member of both Te Pā Harakeke – Māori Health and Equity Directorate and the role is responsible for:

  • Safe Sleep promotion and SUDI Prevention Programme education across Taranaki.
  • Continuous quality, safety, and practice improvement.
  • Clinical leadership and expertise in Taranaki DHB provider arm services.
  • Improving whānau engagement and experience.
  • Lifting performance and accelerating the flourishing of Māori.
  • Build and maintain relationships with women and whānau, Children’s, Women’s and Maternity Services, hospital and community-based midwives, LMCs, health professionals and community groups to establish information sharing and data collection pathways.
  • Working teams to ensure accountability to Tiriti o Waitangi obligations against the Ministry of Health’s equity performance measures.

We are looking for:

  • Relevant tertiary qualification – Midwifery or Childbirth Education desirable.
  • Experience leading teams and working in effective partnerships with women and whānau.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with a commitment to te reo Māori and tikanga.
  • Understands health sector strategy and plans, and Māori models of health
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently, part of a team, and across health service disciplines
  • Understanding of Māori models of health and their application to public health programme development and delivery.
  • Able to build networks and relationships throughout the Taranaki DHB, primary care services, and across sectors.

Come join us and be part of leading a radical shift in the way we do things to contribute to creating a future where our mokopuna, rangatahi, pāhake and whānau are flourishing in Taranaki.

Click here to view the position description.

To make an application click on “Apply Online” from within this advertisement.

To have a confidential discussion about the role please contact Te Maramatanga Hohaia, Poutoko Hauora Maori and Equity Services Manager – Te Pā Harakeke – Māori Health and Equity Directorate Email: TeMaramatanga.Hohaia@tdhb.org.nz Phone: 027 2496199

Closing date for applications is 10th February 2022.


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