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16 Jun 2022

Part-Time Dementia Services Project Advisor

Alzheimers NZ  Anywhere $50,000 to $55,000 ($85,000 to $90,000 full time equivalent)

Job Description

Alzheimers NZ is a lead organisation at a national level representing people living with dementia mate wareware. 

We are a small, dynamic charity that’s looking for someone to work with our Principal Advisor to help improve the quality of care and support for people living with dementia. 

It’s an exciting time to join our team. The dementia world is changing and there’s lots to get involved with. This is your chance to add your special skills to a hard-working team that’s committed to making New Zealand a more dementia friendly society.  But we need your help to make the Dementia Mate Wareware Action Plan a reality.  Join us and let’s get it done!

On top of this, we offer:

  • Flexible working options
  • Great team culture and support
  • Skills development
  • Opportunity to work with a well-established not-for-profit

To be successful in this role you will need to be a registered health professional with experience working with people living with dementia and developing clinical policies and/or education programmes. We’re looking for an all-rounder who can hit the ground running. We value proven experience, creative thinking and great communication skills.

This is a fixed term role for 24 hours per week and available until the end of 2022. It would suit someone who is proactive and productive, friendly and flexible, and a great collaborator.  A good understanding of the requirements of a not-for-profit organisation is desirable but not essential, as is being based in Wellington.

Job Expired July 1, 2022

Job Category: Healthcare (other). Job Type: Part-Time.

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