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Operations Manager(Health Industry)

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  Location: CBD, Auckland
  Salary: 120-150k
  Description: -Global company within the Software Health Industry
-Beautiful, modern offices at the Viaduct
-Great opportunity to into a leadership role

  • Global company within the Software Health Industry
  • Beautiful, modern offices at the Viaduct
  • Great opportunity to into a leadership role


Our client is a leading solution provider within the Health Industry.

An opportunity has now become available for a passionate, energetic and experienced manager with the health /IT industry to join them.


About the role

This is a leadership role overseeing multiple department like customer service, IT infrastructure implementation and training.


  • Planning and implementing strategy
  • Successfully managing departments and projects
  • Managing performance of all staff
  • Managing IT infrastructure
  • Performance management
  • Responsible for customer service excellence, training and implementation team
  • Adherence to system and processes

About You

To be successful you must have

  • Experience as an operations manager / project manager within the Health care industry / IT software
  • Demonstrated experience managing operations
  • Knowledge of business management principles involved in strategic planning, HR, IT infrastructure and software production methods
  • Ability to interact with people
  • Demonstrated people leadership experience
  • Understanding complex reports
  • Presenting reports to the leadership team


If you have sound experience in leadership skills, have excellent interpersonal skills combined with good time management skills, this is the role for you!


You will be rewarded with a market related salary, potential bonus structure / health insurance as well as the opportunity to work with a progressive global company and the opportunity to make the role your own.

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