Assessment, Treatment and Rehabilitation-Dunedin
- Permanent Part-time – 0.8 FTE
Picture this….You’re a NZ registered nurse working in a supportive and friendly team environment, committed to quality patient centred care and at the same time having fun. On your days off you can enjoy the quirky city vibe or enjoy an array of outdoor and recreational pursuits such as skiing, water-sports and tramping, just a short drive from your doorstep!!
Sounds appealing??..... Then come and join us!
Working in an energetic and evolving interdisciplinary team within the services covering physical rehabilitation for all age groups over 16 years. Our services are spread across two hospital sites one at Wakari and the other is based at Dunedin Public Hospital. You'll work alongside other senior nurses, and a wider team member in planning and providing rehabilitation to our patients.
You'll have the opportunity to develop your knowledge and expertise in rehabilitation with medical, orthopaedic, gerontology and neurological conditions including stroke. You will also have the opportunity to support, teach and upskill students and new staff.
Ideally, you will bring to us a minimum of 2 years nursing experience that includes working with stroke, orthopaedic, frail elderly and other neurological conditions. You would be able to demonstrate a strong understanding of optimising patient outcomes and facilitating effective rehabilitation using a patient centred and evidence based nursing approach to goal setting, problem solving and intervention.
In addition to the experience you bring us, you will have enthusiasm and a willingness to commit to our team and patients. You will be expected to be active in service quality initiatives and our culture of patient safety, therefore work in an anticipatory way, be proactive, innovative and have a quality driven leadership approach.
We take pride in supporting our staff to grow as a nurse working in this specialty, so we run an ongoing support and professional development programme including regular team in-services, senior staff mentoring and a comprehensive competency training framework, and access to course and conference funding.
For this permanent role covering the service, you will need to be a New Zealand registered Nurse with a current annual practising certificate.
Closing Date: Sunday, 19 July 2020
For further information please contact Jan Strachan, Recruitment Advisor – Older Persons Health, Clinical Support and Community Directorate, Phone (03) 214 5770 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ENSIPP ACE Process
From June 2020, new graduates applying for an Enrolled Nurse (EN) position in an Enrolled Nurse Support into Practice Programme (ENSIPP) across New Zealand must apply via the Advanced Choice of Employment (ACE) process. You must register via ACE if you are eligible for the ENSIPP programme; please visit the ACE website: https://en.acenz.net.nz/
There will be specific entry points scheduled annually. The next entry point will be August 2020.
You only have to submit a single application through ACE to apply to be on the National EN Talent Pool.
If you are interested in the above vacancy, please apply below AND register via ACE.