Registered Nurse – Emergency Department: 12 months fixed term (fulltime or part-time)
Auckland District Health Board (Central Auckland
Auckland City, AUK
6d ago
source : ExploreJobs
  • Closes 24 Nov 2020Posted 11 Nov 2020Be part of a team that really makes a difference in people's lifesThe acute care area serves our Emergency and Admission units;
  • there is never a dull day. This is not routine nursing. It is a fast turn-around, quick decision making environment, covering all adult specialities, for instance General Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopaedics, etc.

    We have an amazing team environment where new skills are learnt on a daily basis as Steve explains here : (If the video is not supported by this site, please click through to our site)Requirements and experience?

    To be registered with the Nursing Council of New Zealand, with an Annual Practicing Certificate speaks for itself.Emergency Department experience, especially those with New Zealand experience, is required.

    Amy came to us from Australia : "I've worked in 6 different hospitals around Australia ... and this has definitely got the best team of nurses compared to any other hospital I ever worked in.

    For help with your online application or to talk about this exciting opportunity please contact Pieter Erasmus, Recruitment Consultant at perasmus adhb.

    govt.nz or 09 638-0401 quoting reference number AUC10335Click here for a position descriptionFor the biggest health sector job board in New Zealand visit http : / / www.

    kiwihealthjobs.com / ReferenceAUC10335Location(s)Central AucklandWork type(s)Auckland District Health Board (Central Auckland)

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