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Regulatory Affairs Lead

Employer
Southern Cross Community Healthcare
Location
Auckland, NZ
Salary
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Mar 4, 2024

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Job Role
Other
Sector
Finance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
About us
We're a not-for-profit organisation on a mission to transform ourselves and empower New Zealanders to live their healthiest lives.
With almost a million members in our care, we are New Zealand's leading health insurer.
We have an unstoppable focus, delivering outstanding experiences to our members in their time of need. This is an exciting time to be part of our journey and in return for your extraordinary talent, we'll provide a high performing values-based team environment where people are at our heart.
About the role
As Regulatory Affairs Lead you will take a strategic approach on advising on how current and proposed business activities will be affected by shifts in the regulatory landscape.
Strategically design and execute processes to achieve an informed, efficient, and effective examination across the organisation of new and upcoming regulation and its potential impacts on delivery of operational and strategic goals, and to help maintain a relationship of trust and transparency with the organisation's regulators.
About you:

6+ years of experience in a regulatory affair, legal, compliance or similar role
A diverse industry background, ideally with Legal experience and expertise in one or more of the risk disciplines (such as compliance and/or operational risk)
Experience in/exposure to Board & executive governance processes
A comprehensive understanding of the regulatory environment and strong relationships with government and industry stakeholders
Extensive knowledge of industry regulations and corporate procedures for maintaining compliance
Ability to understand the business operations and strategic deliverables, in order to give meaning to upcoming regulatory change
Demonstrated project management and leadership skills
Excellent presentation and communication skills, both verbally and written
Strong ability to instil meaningful clarity and confidence, in the face of ambiguity, uncertainty, pace and volume
Attention to detail is essential, along with the flexibility to change priorities as new situations present themselves

Ngākau nui. Āhurutanga. Tikanga.

Join a proud diverse team, that's always there, always real, always true. If you thrive in a caring, honest and open culture, we think you'll love working with us. 

We know that it is our team's culture and wellbeing that will drive us forward. That's why we prioritise not only professional development opportunities but opportunities to thrive personally, too. We offer exceptional work/life balance and our employees are encouraged to - and rewarded for - living well.
Southern Cross employee benefits include:

Five days of wellbeing leave per year
Health insurance for you and your immediate whānau  
Life insurance cover and discounts on pet and travel insurance
Extra parental leave benefits and financial wellbeing support
Earn up to $1000 extra per year with our workplace wellbeing programme.

That's not all. Need more time to study, volunteer or support your whānau? You'll have the opportunity to purchase flexi leave. Each year, you will also get to take part in a volunteer day, to contribute to a cause or community with your team.

Our commitment to LGBTQIA+ and minority communities is reflected in our culture, and we run a regular Diversity and Inclusion Forum to help ensure this continues to flourish.
If you share our commitment and passion, then apply now!

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