Investigations Administrator Wellington (Part time or Full time)
- Wellington based
- Experienced administrator
- Strong relationship management and communication skills essential
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.
We have an opportunity for an experienced administrator to join our professional, friendly and supportive organisation. This is a permanent position within the Investigations Team in central Wellington. Part time and full time applicants will be considered.
The principal role of the Investigations Administrator is to work closely with the Investigations Team providing general administrative support to a high caseload of complaints being investigated by an Investigator/Senior Investigator.
Ko ngā mea ka hiahiatia e koe kia angitū te haere | What you'll need to be successful:
- Proven organisational skills and ability to coordinate a diverse range of tasks and activities across a high caseload.
- A demonstrated ability to use information technology, including databases and word processing packages (such as Microsoft Word and Excel as well as PDF platforms).
- Experience in handling sensitive and confidential information including an understanding of the application of the Privacy Act 2020 and the Official Information Act 1982.
- Outstanding written and oral communications skills, with experience in dealing with people from a wide cross-section of the community.
- Can demonstrate effective relationship management and de-escalation skills in sometimes difficult situations.
- A calm and professional approach with a sensitive and empathetic manner.
- An awareness of the difficulties facing people who have a disability or special needs, as well as sensitivity to the values of other cultural and ethnic groups.
- An understanding of, experience or interest in the health and disability sector or the ability to obtain such an understanding.
- Knowledge and understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi and cultural competence in health or other relevant settings.
- Ability to work effectively under minimal supervision.
- Initiative and professionalism.
- A team player.
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.
Download the Position Description here (.pdf 331.6KB)
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 2021 at 5pm.