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Registered Nurse - Greymouth / Reefton
Whānau Āwhina Plunket Nurses are a pillar of our communities, often the reassuring voices and clinical experts for new māmā, pāpā and wider support networks as they transition and respond to the demands that come with a growing whānau.
Our West Coast team are seeking a Registered Nurse to work on a part time basis, this 0.8 FTE position encompasses primarily the Greymouth/Reefton area. If you’re looking for a role that moves beyond primary or hospital-based care, where you can provide ongoing support and see the impacts and outcomes of your nursing excellence, this is it.
Te Whiwhinga mahi | The opportunity
You will deliver services in a combination of booked Clinics and Home visiting opportunities and be supported by a local Clinical team including Kaiawhina, Health Worker and Clinical Leader.
Our work requires nurses who are ready to take action in order to build sustainable and responsive care plans that support holistic health.
The care we provide often requires working with multiple agencies and specialists – social workers, food banks and other community groups, while it will not be up to you alone to make the difference, you’ll be able to leverage and work with other community support and our Whānau Āwhina services to respond to the needs of our community.
He kōrero mōu | About you
We’re interested in hearing from new graduates, established nurses and we also have our Return to Nursing Competency Assessment Programme for nurses who have not practiced recently.
The uniqueness of the whānau and aiga that we connect with is what makes our role interesting, you will be flexible in your approach, but always with a listening ear, manākitanga (support), ngākau (respect) and the ability to provide culturally safe care.
While the autonomy which comes with working on your own and home visiting will be attractive to you, your ability to work in collaboration with others will be the key to your success. Our team place our community at the centre of what we do, and you will share this value.
To be successful in this role you will:
- Be a registered nurse
- Hold or be able to obtain an Annual Practicing Certificate
- Hold a full clean NZ Drivers Licence
- Be committed to completing Post Graduate Certificate in Well Child Tamariki Ora
Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou | What we offer
If you’re seeking to work for an organisation that values family, communities and people, join us at Whānau Āwhina Plunket. In line with our values, we believe in caring for our people, to support your wellbeing and ongoing professional growth, we offer:
- Work close to home in a community based role
- Free car parking at our hubs
- 'Well Health Day': the ability to use sick leave for a proactive planned health day
- We'll pay for your Post-Graduate certificate
- Career pathways for leaders, educators and head office positions
Me pēhea te tuku tono | How to apply
For further information please contact Clinical Leader Anne-marie Hewitt on Anne-marie.Hewitt@plunket.org.nz or 027 687 6234
Applications close 2 April 2023.
Please note, we will process applications as they are received. If we find a successful candidate, we may close this advert early.
Kotahi mano ngā rā hiki te oranga mo ngā whakatipuranga, i roto i ngā hapori
In the first 1000 days setting the path of wellness in our communities, for generations to come
Whānau Āwhina Plunket is committed to supporting the health and wellbeing of pēpi, tamariki and their whānau/family. We have committed to adopting a pro-equity approach where we give life to the Treaty principles of tino rangatiratanga, partnership, active protection, equity and options in our mahi/work to ensure healthy tamariki, confident whānau and connected communities. This journey is creating exciting career opportunities - If you would like to contribute to the important mahi we do, nau mai, haere mai.