Kaiwhakahaere Hauora Hinengaro, Waranga |Director Mental Health & Addiction Sector Leadership
Te Hiringa Mahara | Mental Health & Wellbeing Commission NZ, H23_4629
Whakawāteatia e tātou he ara oranga – clearing pathways to wellbeing for all.
Te Hiringa Mahara- Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission is an independent Crown entity with the objective to contribute to better and equitable mental health and wellbeing outcomes for people in Aotearoa New Zealand. The Commission is a system leader, monitor and advocate.
Te Hiringa Mahara is committed to being grounded in Te Tiriti o Waitangi and enabling a system that achieves better and equitable mental health and wellbeing outcomes for Māori. Te Hiringa is also deeply committed to people who have experienced mental distress, people who have experienced addictions (or both), and the persons (including family and Whānau) who support them.
The Director, Mental Health & Addiction Sector Leadership leads the monitoring, provision of advice and promotion of improved mental health and addiction services. The development and implementation of the He Ara Āwhina Mental Health and Addiction Service Monitoring Framework provides a framework for this work. The Director leads relationships across the mental health and addictions sector at all levels, including with NGOs, lived experience organisations, senior Ministry officials, and health sector leaders.
The Director is a member of Te Hiringa Mahara Leadership Team with responsibility for collective leadership of the Commission in partnership with the Director Māori Health. The Director works closely with Commission staff and Board to ensure Te Hiringa Mahara achieves its strategic goals.
As the ideal candidate, you will be a system leader with extensive experience in mental health and addiction service management in a senior strategic management role that gives you a high level of credibility, influence, and respect in the sector. You will have a deep knowledge of applying Te Tiriti o Waitangi, tikanga Māori, and a Te Ao Māori world view to monitoring and improving services. You will also be comfortable presenting to a range of audiences and have highly sophisticated verbal and written communication skills.
You will have substantive experience working with tāngata whaiora/people with lived experience and whānau and a proven ability to negotiate with internal and external stakeholders to create positive outcomes. You will also have a level of intellectual prowess and demonstrated track record of public reporting that allows you to establish a process of monitoring and advocacy at a national level. You will have a minimum of master’s level qualification in a relevant discipline.Te reo rangatira.
He hinonga Karauna tū motuhake a Te Hiringa Mahara – te Kōmihana Hauora ā-Hinengaro, ko tōna whāinga he whai wāhi atu ki ngā mahi hei whakapaipai, hei whakaōrite i ngā huanga hauora ā-hinengaro mō ngā tāngata o Aotearoa. He kaiārahi te Kōmihana mō te rāngai, he kaiaroturuki, he kaiakiaki hoki.
Kei te manawanui a Te Hiringa Mahara ki Te Tiriti o Waitangi, ki te whakaahei hoki i tētahi pūnaha e whakatutuki ana i ngā huanga hauora ā-hingearo e pai ake ana, e ōrite ake ana mō Ngāi Māori. Kei te tino manawanui hoki a Te Hiringa Mahara ki ngā tāngata e rongo ana i te auhitanga ā-hinengaro, i te waranga ranei (i ngā mea e rua rānei) me te hunga ka tautoko i a rātau (tae atu ki ngā whāmere me ngā whānau).
Ka ārahi te Kaiawhakahaere Hauora Hinengaro, Waranga hoki i ngā mahi aroturuki, tuku tohutohu me te whakatairanga ratonga hauora ā-hinengaro, waranga hoki kia pai ake. Ka noho ko te whakawhanaketanga me te whakatinanatanga o He Ara Āwhina hei pou tarāwaho mō ēnei mahi. Ka ārahi te Kaiwhakahaere i ngā hononga ki te rāngai hauora ā-hinengaro, waranga hoki kei ngā taumata katoa, tae atu ki ngā ratonga hapori, ngā whakahaere tāngata whai wheako, ngā āpiha matua o te Manatu me ngā kaiārahi o te rāngai hauora.
Ka noho te kaiwhakahaere ki te Kapa Ārahi o Te Hiringa Mahara, ka whai kawenga mō te ārahi takitini i te Kōmihana, otirā ka noho rangapū tana mahi ki te taha o te Kaitohu Hauora Māori. Ka mahi tata hoki ia ki ngā kaimahi o te Kōmihana me te Poari ki te whakatutuki i ngā whāinga rautaki a Te Hiringa Mahara.
Mō te tino kaitono pai, me noho koe he kaiārahi nō te rāngai e tino whai wheako ana mō te whakahaere ratonga hauora ā-hinengaro, waranga hoki ki roto i tētahi tūranga whakahaere matua, arā kia whai mana, kia whai aweawenga, kia whai ingoa pai hoki ki roto i te rāngai. Ka mārama pū koe ki Te Tiriti o Waitangi, ki ngā tikanga Māori, ki ngā tirohanga o te Ao Māori me te whai pānga o ēnei ki ngā mahi aroturuki, whakapaipai ratonga. Ka tau koe ki te whakaputa kōrero ki te mahi a te tāngata, ka tino whai pūkenga mō te whakawhiti kōrero ā-waha, ā-tuhi hoki.
Ka nui ō wheako mō te mahi ki ngā tāngata whaiora me ō rātau whānau, ka whai āheinga ki te whiriwhiri kōrero ki te hunga whai pānga mōroto, mōwaho hoki ki te waihanga huanga tōrunga. Ka tino koi tō hinengaro , ka whai wheako mō te tuku pūrongo tūmatanui kia taea e koe te whakarite tukanga ā-motu mō te aroturuki me te akiaki. Ka whai koe i te tohu paerua, nui atu rānei, i tētahi kaupapa e hāngai ana.
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- An up-to-date copy of your Curriculum Vitae
The closing date for applications is Thursday the 23rd of November 2023