Jobs: Clinical Quality Assurance Coordinator (New Zealand)

The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) is an alliance of civil society organisations, private sector, and professional bodies promoting eye health through advocacy, knowledge and partnerships.
Organisation: IAPB

Jobs: Clinical Quality Assurance Coordinator (New Zealand)

Position Filled

The Fred Hollows Foundation NZ (FHFNZ) is recruiting a Clinical Quality Assurance Coordinator to join their Auckland-based programme team. Reporting to the Programme Director, this is a newly created position.

The Clinical Quality Assurance Coordinator will support the Pacific eye care workforce to deliver services in a safe and appropriate manner, working towards their key objective of eliminating avoidable blindness in the Pacific.

To be eligible for this role, you must be a Nurse or Medical Doctor with current registration your within own country; that is without practice disqualifications.

The successful candidate will have:
• As above – Currently Registered Nurse or Medical Doctor within own country
• Experience in adult/workplace teaching/training
• Experience managing clinical facilities and teams
• Proven success in relevant clinical management role
• Proven track record in clinical governance
• Ability to work from home unsupervised and travel regularly within The Pacific
• Computer skills: Windows programme such as PowerPoint, Word and Excel
• Current passport without disqualifications
How to apply:
Email your CV (2 pages max) and cover letter to
• Your cover letter should explain:
• your suitability against the above criteria
• your motivation for the role
• Be addressed to “Marleen Nelisse”
• Apply ASAP, as applications will be reviewed upon receipt and may close early.
• Unsuccessful candidates will be notified accordingly.
Eligibility: To apply for this position you must be eligible to work in New Zealand
Find the detailed Job Description attached below:

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