Job Application

Allied Health Safe Staffing CCDM Coordinator (Part Time) Middlemore Hospital

Part time (0.5 FTE)


Remuneration as per MECA guidelines


The Care Capacity Demand Management (CCDM) Programme is a joint initiative between the Safe Staffing Healthy Workplace (SSHW) Unit, the health unions, and the DHB’s.  CCDM is a whole of (hospital) system approach that focuses on the provision of tools, processes and organisational support systems to match workforce availability and skill mix to demand and manage any variance that occurs each day.


CCDM implementation has been underway for nursing for some time now, and we are ready to continue this journey for Allied Health. The role includes coordination leadership and project management; developing expert knowledge of the tools and processes within the CCDM programme so as to facilitate and support the implementation of these into CMH Allied Health services.


As you will be required to connect and engage with multiple stakeholders, exceptional relationship building, communication and conflict resolution skills are essential. You will have previous success leading projects and change. In addition, you will be analytical with the ability to support data collection and literacy. This is a high-profile programme of work. You will be comfortable presenting and showcasing the work you are leading at local and national levels.


This role will be well suited to someone that has a good understanding about the Allied Health function in a hospital environment.



• NZ Registered Allied Health professional

• Current Annual Practising Certificate

• At least four years’ experience as an Allied Healthcare professional, in a similar environment

• Full, clean driver’s licence


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To review the position description please click here. For more information on this role, please contact Megan Barry - or Amy Lin in the Recruitment Centre at or 092760044 ext 58680.


Applications Close: 16 February 2023

Job Number: CMH20229870


Our highest priority is the safety and welfare of our patients and our people.  We have strict Health & Safety measures to keep our people safe. All new employees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
At Counties Manukau Health people and their lives matter to us. We are a values based and inclusive organisation that is committed to delivering the best health outcomes for our community. To help us achieve this we need a workforce that reflects the population we serve. We strongly encourage applications from all backgrounds who share our values and have a passion to work in our community and would greatly value seeing applicants from our Maaori and Pacific communities. We are also committed to our Disability Strategy, which focuses on people with disabilities; they are our patients, whaanau, community and our staff - all carefully considered in our action plan. Together we will improve the accessibility needs for everyone who has a disability. Our values are Valuing Everyone- Whakawhanaungatanga , Kind –Manaakitanga, Together –Kotahitanga, Excellent- Rangatiratanga. If these are your values too, then join us today.