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Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand Runanga Whakapiki Ake i te Hauora o Aotearoa

HPF and STIR celebrated the launch of Te Tiriti o Waitangi-based health promotion practice yesterday at the Health Promotion Forum with a boutique gathering of some of the village that have championed its construction. co-authors – Nicole Coupe, Trevor Simpson, Claire Doole, Grant Berghan, Jonathan Fay, Tim McCreanor. Looking forward to seeing how this project unfolds.

Te Tiriti o Waitangi-based practice in health promotion

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Photos: Denis Came-Friar




Dunedin Location

*   Permanent Position
*   1 FTE (37.5 hours per week)

We are in need of a champion to support smokefree activity in Otago and take a lead in striving to meet the national goal of Smokefree 2025.
Working closely with the committed Otago/Southland Smokefree staff, you’ll embrace working within a local and regional team and be a strong communicator, with proven leadership and networking skills.  You will require excellent IT skills and be passionate about Smokefree initiatives, be an effective problem solver, and have the drive to make things happen.
Additionally you will liaise with external organisations to provide support for local Smokefree networks.
This position is based in our Dunedin office and is for 37.5 hours a week (full-time).  Experience in the health sector would be an advantage.

Closing Date: Sunday 18 February, 2018

For further information please contact Nicole Ross, Recruitment Advisor – Women’s, Children’s and Public Health Directorate Phone: (03) 470 9605 or Email:

To Apply:
We only accept online applications.  Please apply via our website:



Public Health, Queenstown

* Permanent/Part-time, 0.7 FTE (56 hours per fortnight)

Are you an individual who is passionate about health and familiar with the challenges faced by people trying to improve and increase control over their health? Then this position could be for you.

We are looking for a person who has an understanding of regulatory frameworks and can prepare and report on liquor licenses within a specific time frame, they will also be required to contribute to preparation for hearings as required. An ability to support the development of alcohol polices would also be an advantage. Naturally you will be used to working autonomously, have an innovative approach and have familiarity with project development and implementation. You will have expertise in managing relationships both internally and in the wider community, including stakeholders and NGOs. A good knowledge of, and strong links to, the local Queenstown and wider Otago community will be an advantage.

It goes without saying that you will be an excellent presenter; with outstanding communication skills including strong report writing and computer literacy skills. It is important that you work as a valued team member and will be available to travel throughout the district. It is essential that you hold a full clean driver’s license.

If you have previous experience in health promotion, education, New Zealand Police, community, local body or regulatory work we would like to hear from you. A Public Health qualification would be an advantage but is not essential.

Closing Date: Sunday, 18 February 2018

For further information please contact Jan Strachan, Recruitment Advisor – Strategy, Primary and Community Directorate and Mental Health, Addictions and Intellectual Disability (Southland), Phone (03) 214 5770 or Email:<>

To Apply:
We only accept online applications.

Please apply via our website:


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