He kupu mō mātou | About us

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) is the leading standards body responsible for the training and education of specialists and GP obstetricians in obstetrics and gynaecology in Australia and New Zealand.

RANZCOG provides programs in training, accreditation and continuing professional development (CPD) that are responsive to the evolving health care needs of women. RANZCOG supports research into women’s health and act as an advocate for women’s healthcare by forging productive relationships with individuals, the community and professional organisations, both locally and internationally.

Te whiwhinga mahi | About the opportunity

The Health and Occupational Wellbeing (HOW) Program has been identified as one of the key priorities in the College’s 2024-26 Strategic Plan. This program will lead participants through the development and implementation of a wellbeing program specific to the needs of their unit. It will consist of an introductory module which highlights the importance of addressing the health and occupational wellness for doctors in training, and each subsequent module explores the four steps of establishing a HOW program: Establishing the groundwork, Identifying the needs, Creating an action plan, and Evaluating Impact.

The role will lead initiatives and tasks that come under the HOW project, including project implementation and management, steering group coordination, communication, stakeholder management, general coordination and administration, and reporting. The role will also need to work closely with the project steering group and RANZCOG staff to ensure the timely delivery of the project within specified timelines.

This is a part time (30 hours per week), fixed-term contract until March 2026.


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