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Support for people working in health during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find information about how you can support yourselves and others, including consumers, teams and colleagues which complements and aligns with Ministry of Health resources.

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The Choosing Wisely campaign seeks to reduce harm from unnecessary and low-value tests and treatment.

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Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission is a small crown entity operating within the complex landscape of the health and disability system. We are a diverse organisation with a commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

Our current vacancies are listed below. Click the + next to the role title for further information about the role, a position description and information about how to apply. 

Visit this page to learn more about what it's like to work at Te Tāhū Hauora and to watch some of our current and previous staff reflect on their mahi.

Current vacancies | He tūranga kei te wātea

Apply for a vacancy | Tono tūranga

6. Role you are applying for:
7. Are you a New Zealand or Australian citizen?
7a. Do you have permanent residency in New Zealand?
7b. Do you have a visa to work in New Zealand for Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission (Te Tāhū Hauora)?

Please note

You will be required to provide evidence of your citizenship, permanent residence or visa if your application proceeds.  This will usually be your passport, or a New Zealand birth certificate or citizenship certificate and some form of photo identification such as a New Zealand driver’s licence.

8. Are you physically located in New Zealand?
9. Have you had or do you suffer from any injury, disability or illness that could be further aggravated by the tasks and/or the nature of the role you are applying for?

Please note:

This information is required to assist us in meeting our obligations to provide a safe workplace for staff.  Declaration of a medical condition will not necessarily rule you out of consideration.

10. Are you currently represented by a recruitment agency or have you had a short-term placement at Te Tāhū Hauora through an employment agency within the past three months?*
11. Are you applying directly to Te Tāhū Hauora without any representation from a recruitment agency?

Declaration of conflicts of interest

To assure that Te Tāhū Hauora can operate in an impartial manner in relation to the procurement of goods and services, it is necessary to ensure individuals declare that they have no conflicts of interest and that they will not misuse any knowledge or information they obtain while engaged by the Commission to give either themselves or their employers, agents or associates a financial advantage outside of the particular contract they have with Te Tāhū Hauora.

Situations likely to lead to a conflict of interest based on this definition are:

  • employment, including secondary employment, with another organisation/s
  • involvement in another business, including investments and property ownership
  • other financial interests including beneficial interests in trusts
  • professional or legal obligations owed to someone else
  • holding office in, or being a member of another organisation
  • affiliations with lobby groups
  • family or close personal relationships
  • political beliefs that compromise an employee’s ability to undertake a particular task or duty.
12. Do you believe you have a potential conflict(s)?*
13. Have you been convicted of any criminal or driving offences or do you have any such charges pending?*

Please note:

You are not required to disclose convictions otherwise concealed by the Criminal Records (Clean Slate) Act 2004, parking tickets or minor speeding offences. All other convictions and pending charges must be disclosed. For information about which convictions may be legitimately concealed please see Note that a false or incomplete declaration about prior convictions or pending charges will invalidate your application and/or may result in the termination of your employment.  If you are the preferred candidate, you will be required to undergo a Ministry of Justice check, to be completed and returned without delay.

14. Are you currently under investigation by any law enforcement agency or regulatory agency or professional regulatory body for any offence or other disciplinary matter?*

Do you consent to the disclosure to Te Tāhū Hauora of whether you have been subject to a serious misconduct investigation, either concluded and upheld or currently under investigation, from all previous Public Service and statutory Crown entity employers for the last three years? This will usually be conducted at the preferred candidate stage. 

15. Please confirm your consent:*

* Note that in this case the agency will need to separately document the candidate’s consent following that discussion.

As part of our pre-employment screening we require your authorisation to confirm any tertiary academic qualifications.  Please do not complete this form unless you have post-secondary school level qualifications.  Please use this form to list these qualifications and complete the authorisation portion.  Any offer of employment will be subject to verification of these qualifications.

16. Do you have any tertiary academic qualifications?*

The Privacy Act 2020

The information which you supply on this application form and as part of your application (excluding EEO Statistical Data) is solely to assess your suitability for employment with Te Tāhū Hauora.  Failure to complete all sections truthfully will render this application invalid and, should you have been successful in your application, may be grounds for dismissal.  For successful candidates this information will be held in Te Tāhū Hauora personnel files and under the Te Tāhū Hauora Rules of Access. You have the right to view your personal information held by Te Tāhū Hauora and may request correction if necessary.  No information will be disclosed to third parties without your authorisation, except in an appointment review situation as identified above or as otherwise required by law.  Information on unsuccessful candidates will be confidentially destroyed after three months.

Authority and Declaration

I hereby authorise Te Tāhū Hauora to collect such personal information about me from the named referees as is necessary to assess my suitability for employment with Te Tāhū Hauora and I authorise Te Tāhū Hauora to disclose such personal information as is necessary for the same purpose. I also authorise the named referees holding such information about me to disclose that information to Te Tāhū Hauora for the same purpose.

I hereby declare that I have read the above Privacy Act statement and I am aware of my rights under the Privacy Act 2020. I certify that the information provided is correct and no information has been omitted. By typing your name below you are ‘electronically signing’ this form. A copy of your email and form will be kept for our records.

If you have trouble submitting this form, please complete it via this word document (66KB, docx) and send it along with your CV and other relevant documents to        

Published: 20 Oct 2021 Modified: 20 Jun 2024