Closes 28 May 2021Posted 15 May 2021Nurse EducatorChild and Family UnitPermanent , part TimeWe are looking for an experienced mental health nurse who is incredibly passionate about teaching, training and supporting the mental health workforce to be ready for new and innovative practice models.
You would be part of a senior team of clinicians working on the overall Nursing Strategy for the Mental Health and Addictions Directorate and contributing to many key improvement initiatives.
Reporting directly to the Nurse Director, you will partner with our community based Team Leader to strengthen the nursing role within a rapidly changing city environment.
This is your opportunity to influence strategy by being part of the Nursing Leadership group for Mental Health Services Team.
You will be a Registered Mental Health Nurse with Level 4 PDRP and at least five years’ clinical practice. If you have a high level of understanding of the continuum of care for service users and a commitment to the fundamental values and attitudes of modern mental health, we may have just the challenge you are seeking.
You will be a committed professional with a well-grounded clinical background and will ideally have recently completed or be studying toward a relevant Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma in Mental Health Nursing practice or teaching.
A Full NZ Driver's Licence is also essential.Click here to view position description.This is a permanent, Part time role working 28 hours per week.
For any query, please contact Jimmy Mathews, Recruitment Consultant on 09 638 0364 or email jimmy.mathews adhb.govt.nzFor the biggest health sector job board in New Zealand, visit kiwihealthjobs.
com.ReferenceADHB10178Location(s)AucklandWork type(s)Auckland District Health Board (Central Auckland)