Our mission is to provide excellent, passionate palliative care for everyone throughout the Eastern Bay of Plenty and we are seeking an experienced Registered Nurse to join our wonderful team to help achieve this goal.
At Hospice EBOP we work as a team to ensure we provide the care needed to allow our patients to live well when their time is limited, but also do our part individually to ensure we can successfully achieve our objective.
About the role
Managing and coordinating the palliative care of up to 25 community patients in the Eastern Bay of Plenty, whilst supporting the Clinical Services Manager. Making daily calls to patients and visiting when necessary to those with complex care requirements. Liaising with patient’s GP practices, carers, family/whanau and colleagues to ensure the best care is provided to each patient.
Ideally the candidate would also spend 0.2 FTE driving the ongoing education programme for the nurses in the clinical team.
We are looking for someone who:
Has either completed post graduate studies in palliative care or currently working towards their master’s degree, certificate or diploma in palliative care*
Has nurse education experience or an interest in driving nurse education initiatives
A holistic approach to patient and family/whanau care
Excellent communication and patient assessment skills
Shows compassion, respect and integrity
Ability to work independently and enjoy being part of a supportive and collaborative team
Strives for excellence in all aspects of their role
Current NZ Annual Practising Certificate
Applicants should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
*Study leave support can be made available for the right candidate to complete palliative care qualifications.
This is a permanent position working up to 1 FTE (40 hours per week). Hours can be negotiated.
We are seeking a Shop Day Manager to run the Opotiki Hospice Shop and co-ordinate the shop’s valued volunteers.
About the role
Overseeing the day-to-day running of the Hospice Shop including the operational activity, administration, presentation and delivery of service. Supervising the valued volunteer staff, incoming donations and outgoing deliveries, whilst maintaining a high level of customer service, cultural awareness and sensitivity. This role is a sole charge position, reporting to the Shops Manager, with the support of a wonderful friendly team.
We are looking for someone who
Has experience in retail and customer service
Ideally have previously co-ordinated or worked with volunteers
Confident with using a POS system (Vend) and other IT skills
Great time management skills
Excellent interpersonal skills, with a professional demeanour
Ability to relate well to a range of people including staff, volunteers and customers
Excellent verbal and written numeracy and communication skills
Is innovative with a flair for visual merchandising
This is a permanent position working 18 hours (0.45 FTE) a week, Tuesday – Friday 10am – 3pm.
We are looking for applicants who can ideally start immediately.