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Care Co-ordinator
Te Waipuna (1.0FTE)

Applications Open

Care Coordinator – CPCT - Te Waipuna (1.0 FTE)


Empowering Whānau Through Collaborative Care Coordination


Are you passionate about improving health outcomes for those who need it most? Do you thrive in a collaborative environment and believe in whānau-centred care?


We are seeking a highly motivated Care Coordinator to join our innovative team in the Whanganui Locality. This is a pivotal role within the National CPCT Strategy, working to build a high-quality healthcare system focused on whānau ora (wellbeing).


About the role:

  • Identify individuals and whānau with complex needs who require care coordination across multiple providers and settings.

  • Facilitate smooth transitions of care, ensuring timely information exchange and clear accountability.

  • Collaborate with whānau to establish goals and assess health and wellbeing needs.

  • Build strong relationships with whānau, healthcare professionals, Iwi, and social service providers, forming a comprehensive "circle of care."

  • Develop and maintain Proactive Plans of Care (PoCs) in collaboration with whānau and healthcare teams.

  • Provide tailored support and education to empower whānau in self-management of their health.

  • Monitor needs, progress towards goals, and identify areas requiring intervention.

  • Connect whānau to available community resources and referrals.

  • Lead and support interdisciplinary team collaboration to deliver effective care plans.


We are looking for someone with:

  • A relevant qualification in health or social services (e.g., nursing, social work).

  • Experience in care coordination or a related field.

  • A strong understanding of the health and social care sectors.

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to build relationships with whānau and healthcare professionals.

  • A collaborative and team-oriented approach.

  • Commitment to whānau-centred care and cultural safety principles.

  • Proficiency in Te Tiriti o Waitangi principles.


This role offers:

  • The opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of whānau in your community.

  • Be part of a ground-breaking initiative shaping the future of healthcare.

  • A supportive and collaborative work environment.

  • Professional development opportunities.

  • Competitive salary and benefits package.


To Apply:

Please submit your CV and cover letter outlining your suitability for the role.

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