Tofia will be responsible for the operational aspects of the Ko Awatea Centre, bringing a level of professionalism and commitment to our joint venture partners (University of Auckland, Auckland Institute of Technology and Manukau Institute of Technology and Counties Manukau Health).
The Ko Awatea Centre has over 245,000 visitors annually, including students, clinicians, staff and visitors.
Chris Kerr is the Ko Awatea Technology Co-ordinator. He can offer help and advice for using any of the centre’s equipment.
Loni is responsible for scheduling all room bookings for Ko Awatea – the Centre for Health System Innovation and Improvement at Middlemore Hospital. To maintain a high standard of presentation for all Ko Awatea facilities, and actively contribute to the Ko Awatea experience for all Centre users.
Alex is responsible for providing support to the Centre manager in the day to day operation of the Centre and the smooth running of Ko Awatea Education and Innovation events.
And also she is responsible for maintaining a high standard of customer service and to actively contribute to the Ko Awatea experience for all Centre users.