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Registered Nurse

Based in Whakatane

0.4 - 1 FTE. Days and hours are negotiable

We are seeking a Registered Nurse with qualifications or an interest in Palliative Care.

  • To manage and coordinate the palliative care of up to 25 community patients in the Eastern Bay of Plenty, whilst supporting the Clinical Services Manager.

  • To make daily calls to patients and visit them when necessary.

  • To care for those with complex care requirements.

  • To liaise with patient’s GP practices, Allied Health, carers, family/whanau and colleagues to ensure the best care is provided to each patient.

  • Study leave support will be given to nurses enrolling in Post Grad papers to become a Specialist Palliative Care Nurse.

 

We are looking for someone who has

  • Has an interest in palliative care

  • 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 nursing Annual Practising Certificate

  • Applicants should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa. 

 

What we can offer:

  • No shift work

  • Great family / work / life balance

  • Free flu vaccination

  • Great, friendly, team culture

  • Te Reo training

  • Cultural training

  • $1500.00 relocation costing

  • Flexible work arrangements

 

Why live in the Eastern Bay of Plenty?

Our sunny slice of paradise offers something for everyone. We know you’ll love it too.

​The warmer months bring even more buzz to town, from food festivals to marathons to live bands. There are so many outdoor activities to choose from to lap it all up too - whether that be a beach walk, or a bike ride along the river.

Are you a foodie? Look no further. In the colder months, the cafés up their game. The Whakatāne township is also home to the most delicious cuisine, from award-winning pies to Korean fusion to freshly baked croissants at Sunday’s markets.

​If water activities are what you're into, you'll never get bored. There's kayaking, paddleboarding and a great surf beach. Jetskiiers and watersports frequent the harbour, and further along Ōhope Beach on a windy day, you can join the kite surfers.

 

One of the only marine volcanic dive spots in New Zealand is off the coast of Whakatāne too. If you’d rather stay on the land, grab your rod and a chair, and find a spot on the wharf at high tide to join the other fishermen enjoying a lazy weekend. 

​Like weekends away? Whakatāne is only a few hours’ drive from the mountain or the lakes if you’ve seen enough of the sand.  It’s also a quick drive to Mount Maunganui if you’re keen to dabble in some shopping and the city life, before enjoying a scenic drive back to the traffic free Whakatāne.

The Eastern Bay of Plenty is beautiful, and we know you'll love it here! Come and join us!

How to Apply

Call us on 07 307 2244 to chat about the job.

Come in for a visit at 37 Goulstone Road, Whakatāne.

Visit our website at www.hospiceebop.org.nz/vacancies

Email us with a copy of your CV at clinicaladmin@hospiceebop.org.nz

​Days and hours are negotiable.

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