Doctors & Students Living Wholeheartedly for Christ
We're a network of doctors & medical students throughout New Zealand with a passion for serving Christ through our work in medicine.
Become a member, enjoy our monthly newsletters, meet and be supported by others in your region, connect on Facebook, receive an annual membership directory, and come to our next annual conference.
The membership fees received throughout the year covers approximately 1/3 of annual operational costs. We rely of donations from supporters and members to meet budget forecasts. We welcome your support of our community and activities.
Vacancy: CMFnz Coordinator (Projects and Administration)
Are you looking for an opportunity to coordinate the work of a strategic Christian national membership organisation?
The Christian Medical Fellowship of New Zealand Incorporated (CMFnz) is looking for a Coordinator with management and administration experience, passion, creativity and excellent communication skills to coordinate the activities of CMFnz. This will involve working closely with our Medical Lead, Medical Advisers, Board and other key stakeholders to implement our annual plans, with the help of a contracted administration service provider for particular tasks.
The role will have responsibility for a wide range of functions and activities as specified below. In particular, the Coordinator will be responsible for communicating with a nationwide network of doctors and medical students, arranging and coordinating events including an annual conference, and ensuring good process with administrative and finance matters relating to the organisation.
We do not currently have a physical office and our board members live in different centres in New Zealand. The job is part time, working from home from 10 to 16 hours per week (time to be agreed), and we are open to applications from around the country. Some evening meetings and national travel will be expected.
We are seeking expressions of interest from applicants. Please provide a brief cover letter explaining why you are interested in this role, what relevant experience and skills you bring and any other details you feel would be relevant, along with your curriculum vitae.
Please send expressions of interest along with any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
before 5pm on Tuesday 29 October 2019.
Saline equips healthcare professionals to impact their workplace for Christ by being SALT and LIGHT.
This is a training process that disciples, trains, and coaches healthcare workers to skillfully and confidently assess where a patient is in their journey towards faith in Christ.
The training provides practical tools to help a Christian demonstrate the love and reality of Jesus in healthcare, all with permission, sensitivity and respect. Within the training, five main questions are addressed:
- Why is faith important to healthcare?
- What are the opportunities and barriers to fulfilling God's call?
- What is my role?
- What are the tools I can use to cultivate, sow and harvest?
- Where do we go from here?
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Saline Process Training in Invercargill
You are warmly invited to our next Saline Process Training to be held in Invercargill
Venue: Education Centre, Southland Hospital, Invercargill
Date: Saturday, 9th November 8.30am – 5:00pm
Presenters: Dr Glennis Mafi, and apprentice trainers TBC.
Read more and register here
In June 2017, David Seymour’s End of Life Choice Bill was drawn from the ballot. This Bill is now proceeding through to the Justice Select Committee - CMFnz presented both written and oral submissions. If you can attend the oral submissions being held in your area, we would welcome your support! Contact us.
All written submissions will be available to the public. We think medical euthanasia is dangerous for both patients and our country as a whole. Read more about the current public debate around legalising it and what we've said. We encourage our members to read this Health Select Committee’s Report and meet with your local MPs to discuss the dangers and your thoughts directly. Sign up to the Doctor's Say No campaign to register your objection.
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