Information Analyst | Wellington
|Position Type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
|Attachments:|| PD - Information Analyst, Data, Monitoring & Reporting - Te Aho o Te Kahu.pdf (PDF, 158KB)
|Application Close Date:||23-Jan-2022|
- Exciting position at Te Aho o Te Kahu, the Cancer Control Agency
- Provide high quality data analysis to improve cancer outcomes in New Zealand
- A Wellington based full-time permanent position
A role in an innovative team. You will provide high quality data analysis to inform understanding and decision making to improve cancer care.
Mō tō mātou rōpū – About our team
Te Aho o Te Kahu (the Cancer Control Agency) was established in December 2019 to provide national leadership and oversight for cancer control. The Agency has a key role in driving the system change needed to achieve the ambitious goals set out in the New Zealand Cancer Action Plan 2019-2029.
Data, Monitoring and Reporting (DMR) Team have an important role in driving equitable cancer outcomes. Our numbers speak the story of every New Zealander affected by cancer and their whānau. We are involved in innovative data technology development, we question the status quo, and we support process changes to improve health outcomes.
As with all Te Aho o Te Kahu teams, DMR is fully committed to making an enduring contribution to being equity led and person/whānau centred in everything we do. This includes supporting the wider agency in understanding our obligations and responsibilities with respect to Māori data sovereignty and governance.
Te whainga poto o tēnei tūranga – What is the purpose of this position?
The DMR Team leads the implementation of an integrated approach to collect, analyse and communicate high quality cancer data to drive planning, quality improvement and monitoring activities across the cancer sector. As with all Te Aho o Te Kahu teams, this integrated approach will have a focus on equity.
Ngā Pūkenga me ngā Wheako – Skills & Experience
We are looking for a self-driven individual to join the fast-growing DMR Team. As a budding agency, you will have the rare opportunity to be a part of a range of pioneering health initiatives. You will bring your keen eye for detail, a collaborative approach to work, and a good sense of humour.
The Information Analyst has primary responsibility for providing high quality analysis to inform decision making in the team and wider Agency. You will provide guidance to team members, work closely with stakeholders, and apply a range of data analytics tools including SQL and R; experience in R-Shiny and SNOMED CT will be very useful. Prior health sector work experience would be desirable but not essential.
In return, we can offer a fun and supportive environment for you to grow on both a personal and professional level. We care about your wellbeing and offer a flexible working environment to promote a healthy work/life balance.
Join Te Aho o Te Kahu - Ngā tūranga e wātea ana
Working at Te Aho o Te Kahu is inspiring, meaningful and rewarding. The Agency provides an incredible opportunity to work alongside other passionate individuals in leading efforts to drive the changes required to improve cancer outcomes for all New Zealanders.
Ngā uaratanga - Our Agency Values:
We are equity led, whānau centred, knowledge driven and outcomes focuses. For more information see our website https://teaho.govt.nz/
This role has has a salary range of $64,077 - $85,437 . Offered salary will be based on candidates skills and experience.
You will find a copy of the Position Description attached or online at careers.health.govt.nz. Please click ‘Apply for this Job' to upload your CV and cover letter.
For further information regarding the role, please contact Lorraine Toppo, Senior Recruitment Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org , quoting reference number MOH/1595636.
The advert closes on the 23rd January 2022.
Please note: Only applications through our online system will be accepted.
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