Team Supervisor - Patient Service Centre

Team Supervisor - Patient Service Centre
Company:

Auckland District Health Board (Central Auckland)


Team Supervisor - Patient Service Centre

Details of the offer

We currently have a permanent,full time vacancy for a Team Supervisor - Patient Services Centre based at the Greenlane Clinical Centre and would love you to join us.
At Auckland DHB we have a lot we can offer you:
Opportunity to join the largest teaching District Health Board in New Zealand
Subsidised gym membership, free gym classes run by 5Points Gym
Discounts at a variety of businesses, Free eye test
Great Greenlane location
A fun and supportive team

Auckland District Health Board (Auckland DHB)is one of the largest healthcare providers in New Zealand offering a wide range of tertiary and quaternary clinical services to a large and diverse population. We have state of the art facilities and provide our services from three hospitals - Auckland City Hospital, Starship Children's Health and Greenlane Clinical Centre.
OurPatient Service Centredepartment provides support to the clinical department by managing their outpatient clinic receptions, processing referrals and making initial and followup appointments for our patients. Our team collectively makes about 850,000 outpatient appointments and over 300,000 surgical bookings per year.
Our Team Supervisor roles support the Team Leaders in managing day to day operations of their teams of staff providing services at the clinic receptions, referrals administration, scheduling of clinics and surgical theatre bookings.
This is a very busy role requiring high aptitude and time management skills as well as advanced interpersonal and computer skills. You will need to be flexible and have the ability to learn quickly and prioritise tasks efficiently. You will show empathy towards patients and be passionate about working with people from various cultures. You must have excellent communication skits both written and verbally.
Our core hours for the above role are primarily structured around the clinic hours but could vary depending on changes of the service. The day's hours could vary anytime between 8:00 am through to 6.30pm, Monday to Friday.
Prior hospital and supervising experience will be a distinct advantage. However those with appropriate skills will be considered. Role specific training will be provided.
Click here for a position description
Closing date is 25 August 2019
To applyplease click on the 'Apply' tab below and submit your application online attaching your updated CV and Covering Letter. For help with your application please email, Sonu Anand, Recruitment Consultant on ********** quoting ref # AUC06550
For the largest health sector job board in New Zealand, visitwww.kiwihealthjobs.com


Source: Kiwihealthjobs


Area:

  • Other Jobs / Other Jobs - Crafts

Requirements

Related offers

Registered nurse, surgical ward 8, north shore hospital

Registered Nurse Surgical Ward 8 North Shore Hospital Waitemata District Health Board (WDHB) is a major provider of healthcare services in the Northern and...


From Waitemata District Health Board (North & West Auckland) - Auckland

Published a month ago

Resuscitation educator, part-time

Part Time (0.4 FTE) Waitemata DHB The Awhina Clinical Resuscitation and Education team are inviting applications from registered health care professionals with...


From Waitemata District Health Board (North & West Auckland) - Auckland

Published a month ago

Practice supervisor, social work, general medicine

- Career opportunity not to be missed. - Work in a social, passionate and dynamic team - Gain acute experience from the largest public hospital The adult social...


From Auckland District Health Board (Central Auckland) - Auckland

Published a month ago

Team administrator - starship community, auckland dhb

Here is an exciting opportunity for a motivated and focused administrator to join the Starship Community team. Fixed term position (parental leave cover 1 year...


From Auckland District Health Board (Central Auckland) - Auckland

Published a month ago