Chief Executive, Hospice West Auckland (H23_4320)
- Significant Chief Executive Role
- Transformational Leadership
- Commercial role in the not-for-profit sector
Hospice West Auckland is a registered charitable trust founded in 1985 to provide support and specialist palliative care services to West Aucklanders experiencing a terminal or life-limiting illness. Care extends to families/whanau and carers and is offered at no cost to patients, their families and people whose loved one has died. We offer practical, physical, emotional, and spiritual assistance, help and support – we are here for people at end of life.
Hospice West Auckland take pride in providing a holistic, contemporary approach to specialist palliative care. The philosophy of the organisation’s integrated approach is apparent in the level of respect, fellowship, and ongoing professional development amongst our staff. Innovative practices, contribution of ideas and enthusiasm to drive meaningful development are all appreciated and recognised in our hardworking, dedicated team environment.
Moving into the Future
With the demand for our services radically increasing over the upcoming years, Hospice West Auckland must position itself for the future. Whilst continuing to delivery exceptional service we will be seeking ways to innovate and improve. We will find ways to better reach and connect to our communities, especially Māori and Pasifika, build operational excellence, and become world class leaders of practice.
Reporting to the Trust Board, the Chief Executive Hospice West Auckland, will be pivotal in leading the organisation forward. They will be providing strategic leadership within the values base and strategic priorities of Hospice West Auckland.
Already a successful senior leader they will have a strong understanding of the health sector, and knowledge and skill to understand and work in palliative care. The Chief Executive will need to have proven experience in leading organisational transformation and a track record of growing high performing teams. They will be committed to understanding and upholding their obligations and connections with Te Tiriti o Waitangi as an individual and as an organisation.
The Application Process:
For a confidential discussion and to learn more about this exciting opportunity please contact:
Catherine Bennett, Principal Consultant Search and Recruitment HardyGroup
M: +64 (0)21 288 5216
David Hughes, National Manager, New Zealand HardyGroup
M: +64 (0)21 286 4470
Applications close: Friday 3rd of March 2022