Nurse Manager | Full-time | Whangarei
Metlifecare
Whangarei, New Zealand
5d ago
  • Step up or across into this Nurse Manager role at our Whangarei Park Care Home!
  • Career growth and future Management opportunities available
  • Competitive salary and 20% bonus structure in place (KPI related)
  • Work for an organisation that cares about you and your professional development and growth!
  • About the role

    We have an exciting opportunity for a vibrant, pragmatic Nurse Manager to lead our dedicated care team at our Whangarei Park Village.

    A well-established Care Home with a very supportive team, we are on the lookout for a resident focused leader to run Hospital / Resthome level care home with a secure dementia unit.

    You will lead our care environment by example, coordinating clinical activities, jumping in on the floor when and if required, and extending your support and leadership to our team of Registered Nurses and Care staff.

    Metlifecare is growing, so with this comes exciting and rewarding long term career growth and future senior management opportunities for the right candidate.

    Some of the great things you will be doing

  • Providing leadership and development opportunities to our high performing care team
  • Embracing change and work with flexible, smart rostering skills
  • Focus on ensuring high quality service delivery to our residents and their families
  • Maintaining industry compliance and high standards of clinical practice
  • Be part of the leadership team providing strategic and financial direction for our Village and care home
  • About you

    You may be a Senior Nurse with the right attitude wanting to step up into management or a seasoned Nurse Manager looking for a change.

    The supportive regional and village team here will help you settle into your stride. Here's what will help you succeed in this role :

  • You will be a NZ Registered Nurse with a current practicing certificate
  • Solid and proven leadership experience and skills
  • Strong understanding of gerontological and clinical best practice preferable
  • Exposure to managing budgets and financial accountabilities would be good but this can be taught
  • Leadership and training capability which will assist you to motivate, support and lead our dedicated team of staff
  • Excellent attention to detail, time management and organisational skills
  • Excellent communication skills to help residents and families navigate the continuum of care journey
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