Advisor, Research and Analysis
- Utilise your research and analysis skills to make a difference for New Zealanders using health and disability services
- Join a skilled and committed team
- Excellent writing, communication and analysis skills required
- Wellington based
- Part or full-time
The purpose of the Health and Disability Commissioner (HDC) is to promote and protect health and disability services consumers’ rights and to facilitate the fair and efficient resolution of complaints relating to infringement of those rights.
This is an opportunity for a talented research analyst to join a skilled and passionate team dedicated to making a real difference across the health and disability sector
The primary purpose of the Advisor, Research and Analysis role is to contribute to HDC’s function by undertaking analysis of our complaints data in order to highlight systemic issues in the health and disability system.
Ko ngā mea ka hiahiatia e koe kia angitū te haere | What you'll need to be successful:
- Enthusiasm for, and a genuine interest in, the health and disability sector
- Relevant work experience in research and analysis, particularly qualitative analysis
- Excellent communication and writing skills
- Recognised ability to review, summarise and analyse large amounts of information
- A history of producing high quality work and consistently meeting competing deadlines.
- A relevant tertiary qualification
- Knowledge and understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi.
If you're keen to see the direct impact that your contribution can have for the health and disability sector, this is your opportunity to see the positive outcomes first hand. Apply now if you're ready to make a difference.
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All applicants must complete the online HDC application form to be considered. Applications can be submitted via the button below. Your CV and Cover Letter can be attached within the application.
E-mail enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for this role close Monday 25 October at 5pm.
Please be advised that we will start the review and interview process as applications come through.