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Public Health Analyst needed at Community and Public Health

Thursday, August 03, 2017   Posted in: Vacancies By: Administrator With tags: vacancies, public health, research

Canterbury DHB.Community and Public Health are seeking a motivated and results-focused person for their Information Team, based in their Christchurch office.

The person they are seeking will have a Public Health or related qualification and extensive experience in the public health sector or an associated research and analysis background. The successful applicant will have:

  • strong written and oral communication skills,
  • a proven track record in responding positively to deadlines,
  • the ability to work as part of a team as well as individually, and
  • possess the skills to develop and maintain productive professional relationships.
Evidence of a commitment to improving Māori health outcomes, and proven quantitative and qualitative skills will be an advantage. Ideally Community and Public Health are seeking a full-time person, but are willing to consider applications for less than 40 hours per week.

The Information Team at Community and Public Health (a division of the Canterbury DHB) is a diverse group of skilled professionals, including public health analysts. The team works together to support public health activities through a range of undertakings including, but not limited to planning and monitoring, reviews of best-evidence, evaluation and reporting.

The Information Team is committed to reducing health inequalities for Māori, and working in ways that are consistent with the Treaty of Waitangi.

View a position description for this Public Health Analyst role [DOC].

Apply now for this Public Health Analyst position. Only online applications will be accepted.

Contact Information Team Manager Neil Brosnahan for more information (03 378 6713 or neil.brosnahan[at]

Applications for this position close on Monday 21st August 2017.

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