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Precision Health Clinical Director

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Position title: Precision Health Clinical Director

Position location: Auckland, New Zealand

Work type: Full Time, Part Time (0.6-1.0 FTE)

Specialty: Precision Health. Could suit someone with a background in public health, general practice, or endocrinology/cardiology.

Essential Requirements: One of the following: FRACGP, RNZCGP, RACP, FACEM

Pay Type: Salary

Indicative rate of pay: TBA


A new healthcare paradigm has emerged to address the challenges posed by the diseases of modern life. Medicine 3.0 represents an evolutionary shift in our approach to healthcare. Autonomy is a leading implementation of this new model – an advanced health care system that retains core principles from today’s Medicine 2.0 while integrating higher level strategies to combat diseases of modern life. Unlike Medicine 2.0, which primarily focused on disease treatment, Medicine 3.0 places greater emphasis on maintaining lifelong overall health, preventing diseases, and optimising the quality of life 

We have overcome the limitations of current healthcare approaches by integrating modern medicine, deep testing, continuous monitoring, advanced habit and data science into a transformational health program delivered by the very best doctors, specialists, health coaches and technology.  

Our personal doctor-coach teams progressively build their members health habit know-how so they have the capability and confidence to unwind their metabolic conditions and be master their own health pathway, for the rest of their life. 


The purpose of this role is to provide strategic medical leadership and Clinical Directorship for our advanced healthcare system. 

As Clinical Director of this dynamic service, you will be well supported by a team of professionals and together you will work collaboratively to develop the strategic direction and vision for the service, including a robust clinical governance structure. 

We are focussed on information sharing, so with your experience and ideas it will positively assist us as we grow and train our future health workforce and support our model of care. 

The ideal candidates will have excellent communication skills and be able to clearly demonstrate strategic medical leadership. 

To be successful in this role you will ideally need to have at least 5 years’ experience as a senior GP / Specialist / Consultant as well as team leadership experience, a strong patient-centred focus and enjoy the challenges of preventative health, interpreting health data and creating excellent rapport with clients and the team. 

We have the enviable position of working in an environment that welcomes innovative practice so your contribution and style of work will need to complement our drive to deliver excellence. 

Candidates are required to be registered with the Medical Council of New Zealand. 

How to apply:

If you are interested in this opportunity, please email an up to date copy of your CV for consideration to [email protected].