About this role
Vacancy Ref # 5901746
REGISTERED NURSES (Permanent & Fixed Term)
The Wairarapa region offers a fantastic lifestyle for all. With quality schools, strong community spirit, great beaches, world class vineyards, mountain ranges and rivers, this is a place you can call home.
Come and enjoy the great lifestyle the Wairarapa has to offer!
Wairarapa Hospital is based in Masterton, and is within two hours from both Hutt Hospital and Wellington Hospital. Daily rail services link Wairarapa with the Wellington region, including the International Airport and Inter-Island ferry connections.
We are looking for experienced Registered Nurses to join our team working in our High Dependency Unit (HDU).
We have available permanent and fixed term positions, full or part time, working rostered and rotating shifts.
You must have a minimum of one years' post grad experience in an HDU clinical setting and can work confidently without supervision.
We are looking for staff with HDU care experience, especially critical care skills. These positions will work across the ED service when required.
It is essential that you have a current Annual Practising Certificate or can meet Nursing Council standards. Candidates who require full competency assessment need not apply.
For further information please contact Kathryn Wadsworth on (027) 225-2294 or Corrina Rooderkirk on (027 675 8502) Charge Nurse Managers Acute Services.
Or to learn more about the Wairarapa region please visit any of the following websites :
www.wairarapanz.com Wairarapa's main information website
www.mstn.govt.nz Information on local council and area
Closing Date : Open until the successful applicants are appointed
To apply for this role, please click on "Apply Now", this will take you to the Wairarapa DHB recruitment website. The job description is available via the advert at the bottom of the page refer to the Download PD button.
The DHB requires all our employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. This includes the booster dose within six months of receiving the second dose of initial vaccination (for some people the initial vaccination will have comprised of three doses).
We are not accepting applications that do not meet this criteria.