Presbyterian Support Otago is a leading provider of residential care in Dunedin and we are seeking an experienced Registered Nurse for casual work.
This is a casual position, with no fixed hours and you will be covering staff while they are away on leave.
You will be working a mixture of mornings and afternoon shifts, with some nights from time to time.
You will be supporting the lives and wellbeing of older people living in residential care by providing high quality care.
If you are the right person for this job, you will be a New Zealand registered nurse with a current practicing certificate.
You will have at least 3 years post registration experience of which some should be in aged care or medical nursing, and have developed excellent clinical, communication and leadership skills.
Experience undertaking InterRai assessments and good computer skills would be very beneficial.
As an RN you’ll provide residents with a continuity of care and support their lives and wellbeing by providing high quality care.
You’ll also have the backing of an organisation renown for supporting staff with on-going professional development, and a leader in workplace health & safety.
St Andrews is home for 78 residents who are supported at hospital and dementia levels and is situated in South Dunedin.
It’s a home that is integral to the community and all of Presbyterian Support Otago Enliven homes have 4 year certification.
That is testament to the quality of our systems, processes, living and working environments and especially our staff.
Presbyterian Support Otago is a major provider of health & social services to the people of Otago. We employ in excess of 700 and are supported by over 500 volunteers.
We’re central to the communities in which we provide services and your role is central to all we do.
Only those people with a legal right to work in NZ should apply.
All applications must be submitted on the official Employment Application Form available by clicking Apply Now , and should include a cover letter and CV.
For applicant queries or further information please contact Susan Wallace on 03 455 4396.
Applications close 5pm Friday 10 August 2018