- We have one 12 month fixed-term role in Lower Hutt and a permanent role in Lower Hutt or Dunedin
- Are you an experienced registered Health Professional looking for a change in your career?
- Work close to home and have more time for you, this is your chance to leave shift work behind and work in an awesome office environment from Monday to Friday?
- Do you want an opportunity to use your clinical knowledge in a new way?
Do you enjoy problem solving, assessing clinical information, making decisions and communicating with clients?
If you’ve answered yes, then this could be the role for you!
The Treatment Injury Cover Specialist role will play an important role in assessing clinical information and making decisions on ACC claims where the injury may have been caused by treatment. The role is office based and communication with external stakeholders is largely phone based.
Your broad base of clinical knowledge, ability to interpret legislation, medical records and clinical data into meaningful information will be vital to this role. You will not be left to your own devices, but will be fully supported by a team of like-minded clinical professionals as well as having access to legal and medical advisors.
The role of Treatment Injury Cover Specialists an existing role within the Operations team. We’re currently in a new and exciting phase where we are proposing our new future roles. This will mean the role name of Treatment Injury Cover Specialist will change. Once the consultation process is completed and a decision is made, the name of the role will be updated.
So, what experience is essential for the Treatment Injury Cover Specialist role?
We want you to work well in a busy environment, have tenacity, good organisational skills, professional judgement, computer literate and have:
- a recognised clinical qualification in a relevant clinical field – please state what clinical field (e.g. Nursing, Physiotherapy, Midwifery, Pharmaceuticals, etc.)
- a minimum of five years’ post-graduate clinical experience as a practitioner dealing with the public
- a current Annual Practising Certificate.
The indicative starting salary for this role will be $78,468. This is exclusive of ACC’s 9% superannuation contribution which would bring the total starting package to $85,530.
At ACC, we recognise that diversity, inclusion and accessibility is important to our business. We embrace the unique perspective and capabilities of our current and future employees, which will help us continue to drive innovation and achieve our business goals. Our culture enables us to create an environment of involvement, respect and connection with the communities where we work – benefitting individual employees and all our clients across New Zealand.
Applications will run through to Tuesday, 1 May 2019 but please note that if an ideal candidate is found during this time we will move forward with screening and interviewing sooner.
Applications will only be accepted when formally submitted through our ACC Career Website.
For any questions please click here or email our Talent Acquisition Consultant – Nadine.O’Donnell@acc.co.nz
To apply for this job please visit careers.acc.co.nz.