Assist nurses and healthcare assistants to provide care and support to patients and their families/whanau in our IPU.
This includes patient care of listening and company; looking after meal selection/reheating and delivery; hospitality towards family/whanau visiting, some housekeeping (laundry and emergency bedroom preparation) company, walks/trips.
IPU Volunteer permanent shifts available
(weekly, fortnightly or monthly)
- Tuesdays 12pm - 4pm
- Wednesdays 12pm - 4pm and 4pm - 8pm
- Fridays 12pm - 4pm
- Saturdays (2nd and 4th of month) 8am - 12pm and 4pm - 8pm
Casual shifts available for above times as they become vacant.
Aged 16-plus, the ability to read and write, work under pressure and as specified by nurses. Be patient focused and open to personal growth. Any gender welcome.
Training you will receive:
Two 2-hour sessions with team trainer and four 4-hour shifts with team trainer. Within 12 months, mandatory essential skills training provided three times per year. A wide range of training and education opportunities are available.
For more information or to express your interest:
Contact Volunteer and Hospitality Services Manager Jane Scripps on 09 437 5606 or firstname.lastname@example.org