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 CURRENT VACANCIES

North Haven Hospice provides specialist palliative care to people living with any life-limiting condition. We are an organisation that is strongly values based where those we care for are the focus of all that we do.

Thank you for your interest in working with us. All current job vacancies will be listed below. We also promote all job vacancies on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/northhavenhospice

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CLINICAL COORDINATOR, COMMUNITY (part-time, 0.9 FTE) 

North Haven Hospice provides specialist palliative care to those with a life-limiting illness. We are an organisation that is strongly values based where those we care for are the focus of all that we do.

Bring your skills and your positivity and help make our vision a reality: ‘Compassionate communities that work together supporting people to live and die well’.

You’ll be an experienced specialist palliative care nurse with leadership ability, who is highly motivated, skilled and professional to lead our community nursing team. Through coordination of care and effective leadership you’ll ensure patients and their whanau in this community receive the specialist palliative care that meets their expressed needs, whilst respecting their uniqueness, culture and autonomy. 

You will also play an active role within the wider inter-disciplinary team here at North Haven Hospice and beyond; proactively looking for opportunities to evaluate, develop and improve the quality of palliative care services.

We welcome your application if you:

  • Are a Registered Nurse with a current NZ practicing certificate
  • Have at least 5 years post registration experience; with 3 years of this preferably working in specialist palliative care.
  • Hold a relevant post graduate qualification and a commitment to advancing this. 
  • Have achieved expert level in the PDRP or a commitment to achieving this within 6 months of appointment.
  • Have values based skills and attributes to provide clinical and professional leadership for the nursing team; advancing their ongoing learning and development.

This position is remunerated in line with the Senior Nurse scale in the Hospice MECA.

For more information about this position; please contact Cathy West, Operations Manager - Clinical Services, on 09 437 3355 or cathyw@northhavenhospice.org.nz

>  JOB DESCRIPTION

To apply for this position; please download and complete the Job Application form and submit with your C.V. to hr@northhavenhospice.org.nz
Applications close at 9am on Friday 4th December 2020.

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CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST (part-time, 0.8 FTE) 

North Haven Hospice provides specialist palliative care to those with a life-limiting illness. We are an organisation that is strongly values based where those we care for are the focus of all that we do.

Bring your skills and your positivity and help make our vision a reality: ‘Compassionate communities that work together supporting people to live and die well’.

This is a new position; an opportunity to support of staff through clinical quality improvement and education and make a mark on the quality of patient experience. 

You’ll work in a collaborative leadership model with clinical and quality and safety staff across the service. No day will be the same. Working alongside nursing staff and drawing on your knowledge of evidence based practice you’ll identify and address learning needs, and you’ll take a lead within the wider clinical team in service improvement and infection prevention and control.

Our services operate seven days a week. While most of your work will be done Monday to Friday you must be able to work the occasional weekend, evening and night shifts to understand the environment in which services are delivered and to reach all members of the nursing team.

We welcome your application if you:

  • Are a registered nurse with a current NZ practising certificate
  • Hold a relevant post-graduate qualification
  • Have a minimum of 5 years nursing experience, with good knowledge and recent experience in specialist palliative care.
  • Have achieved expert level in the PDRP or substantial progress towards this
  • Have proven leadership, mentoring and teaching ability
  • Have a good knowledge and experience applying continuous quality improvement methods
  • Have a full and current drivers licence

This position is remunerated in line with the Senior Nurse scale of the Hospice MECA.

JOB DESCRIPTION

For more information about this position; please contact Elizabeth Lee, Quality and Safety Manager, on 09 437 3355 or elizabethl@northhavenhospice.org.nz

To apply for this position; please download and complete the Job Application form and submit with your C.V. to hr@northhavenhospice.org.nz
Applications close at 9am on Friday 4th December 2020.

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REGISTERED NURSE - InPatient Unit (part-time, 0.8 FTE) 

North Haven Hospice provides specialist palliative care to those with a life-limiting illness. We are an organisation that is strongly values based where those we care for are the focus of all that we do.

Bring your skills and your positivity and help make our vision a reality: ‘Compassionate communities that work together supporting people to live and die well’.

If you wish to develop your expertise in palliative care within a supportive and nurturing environment that allows you to make a difference, then this is the role for you. This is a permanent position that includes rostered shifts with remuneration in line with the current Hospice MECA.

What you will need:

  • A current New Zealand Registered Nurse Practicing certificate.
  • At least 2-3 years post Registration experience; ideally with some of this working within specialist palliative care or, in a role that includes caring for those at the end of their lives.
  • A commitment to developing your knowledge and professional development through PDRP and postgraduate study.
  • An inquisitive nature and a willingness to be involved in quality improvement.

>  JOB DESCRIPTION

For more information about this position; please contact Cathy West, Clinical Services Operations Manager, on 09 437 3355 or cathyw@northhavenhospice.org.nz

To apply for this position; please download and complete the Job Application form and the Health Declaration form and submit with your C.V. to hr@northhavenhospice.org.nz
Applications close at 4pm on Thursday 17th December 2020.

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