Co-chair Child and Youth Workstream opportunity
The Canterbury Clinical Network (CCN) is seeking a co-chair for the Child & Youth Health Workstream.
Key areas of responsibility include:
- Chairing scheduled meetings; working with the Child & Youth Health Workstream facilitators on agenda, minutes and matters arising between meetings; supporting alliance partnerships, alliance charter principles and consensus decision making.
- Providing overall leadership to the group, without limiting the principle of collective responsibility for group decisions.
- Putting the tamariki, rangatahi and their whānau/community at the centre and prioritising equitable health outcomes for Māori and other communities and groups that the system does not work for.
- Building effective working relationships with, and between group members, encouraging trust and respect, contribution by all members, and maintaining an open and transparent relationship outside of the meeting.
- Leading continuous improvement through the Terms of Reference and group evaluations.
- Ensuring that appropriate CCN Work Plans are developed and contribute to the Canterbury health system’s Strategic Focus.
- Ensuring delivery on the Child & Youth Health Work Plan priorities is monitored effectively, with timely reporting to the Programme Office and Alliance Leadership Team, as required.
- Ensuring succession of group membership is actively discussed and that formal succession plans for the group are in place.
- Facilitating alignment and connection across relevant CCN alliance groups.
- Acting as a conduit to the CCN Programme Office (alongside the group facilitator).
The full description of responsibilities, experience and attributes for this role can be downloaded here. The time required for this role is up to 40 – 45 hours per annum.
Interested people can submit their Curriculum Vitae and a cover letter to Linda Wensley email@example.com before 2 August 2021.
For more information contact Linda Wensley via email or phone 0275 126 168.
About the Author