For more information on roles or to apply, please contact:
Equity Project Lead
Key responsibilities include:
- The collection of baseline data for the Equity Project
- To build relationships with Māori health and service providers in the region.
- To provide equity advice to the planning, implementation and evaluation of programmes in conjunction with Health Promotion, Supportive Care and Volunteering teams within the boundaries of CSW
- To support the development of equity partnership relationships within or relevant to CSW policies and programme areas
- To develop and build relationships with key community stakeholders and to attend meetings with external agencies
- To contribute to the review and implementation of the objectives and goals within CSW’s Mātātuhi Arahi, the service plan for Māori
- To assist in the review of Cancer Society policies and procedures to ensure they include equity and align with our Mātātuhi Ārahi.
- To utilise Te Tiriti o Waitangi, Ottawa Charter, and range of public health strategies to guide programme Implementation
- Other tasks as agreed with CSW managers
- Relationships with external providers are established, maintained and evidence of consultation is provided.
- CSW staff better understand the need for equitable approaches to planning, and good quality equity advice is provided to the Cancer Society Wellington team.
- CSW’s Mātātuhi Arahi, the service plan for Māori – goals and action plan are supported and appropriately promoted through an internal communication plan
- Report on progress against goals of equity project
- Divisional minimum data set reporting
- Ability to develop evidence-based health promotion programmes based on Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and the Ottawa Charter
- Knowledge and understanding of Te Tiriti o Waitangi based health promotion
- The major influences of lifestyle factors on disease and cancer survivorship
- Understanding the medical, behavioural and socio-environmental approaches to health
- Knowledge of the contextual relationship between a cancer patient and the pathway trajectory of their journey
- Ability to critically evaluate own and organisation’s work practices to facilitate cultural safety
- Tikanga Māori knowledge and skills
- Te Reo skills would be an advantage
- Previous experience working on equity, cancer support or community health projects would be an advantage
- Full drivers licence
- Integrity: Upholds a high standard of ethical behaviour in everyday words and actions
- Autonomy: Functions independently
- Initiative: Evaluates complex situations and seeks practical solutions to problems
- Planning and organising: Efficiently organises, plans work and manages time
- Interpersonal Communication: Communicates clearly and effectively
- Client service: Recognises, empathises and relates to the cancer public.
- Resilience: Effectively and professionally deals with work-related problems, pressures and stress
- Flexibility: Show flexibility and willingness to adapt in the on-going changing needs of the CSW team and organisation
How to apply
For the full job description, please email Michael Smith: MichaelS@cancersoc.org.nz
Please apply by sending your CV and covering letter to Michael Smith: MichaelS@cancersoc.org.nz
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If you want to express your interest in working for the Cancer Society Wellington Division, please contact Michael Smith: MichaelS@cancersoc.org.nz
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