Where you'll be working : Hauraki, Thames, Coromandel (Paeroa and rural) The details : Permanent, 32 hours per week We currently have a vacancy for a registered nurse to join our Public Health Nursing Service.
The position will be based in Paeroa and surrounding areas. About the role : This is a Monday to Friday service with hours between 8am -
4 : 30pm. Rural Public Health Nursing offers a challenging and complex nursing role within the community. A Public Health Nurse is required to be multi-
skilled, with excellent assessment and communication skills. Public Health Nurses need to be able to use critical thinking, problem solve and prioritise their workload autonomously.
We work with many health and community providers, including the education sector. The Public Health Nurse Service provides the primary school based immunisation program twice yearly, and ongoing relationship building is an essential part of our service.
Familiarisation with, and use of electronic devices is an essential part of this role. An orientation programme will be provided.
Requirements : Current NZ Registered Nurse Annual Practising Certificate Relevant experience in primary health care, child and family nursing A passion for improving health outcomes for children and their families / whanau is essential and an ability to work within a variety of social demographics The ability to understand and apply the Treaty of Waitangi principles to practice Excellent communication skills A demonstrated ability to work autonomously within a multi-
disciplinary team Proven assessment skills Self-motivated with proven time management skills A full current driver's licence and the ability to drive daily and long distances as required Post graduate study is preferred but not essential Your application : Please apply directly online, and click hereto view the position description.
Applications are not able to be accepted via email. For any specific queries about the role, please contact Kelly Fritz in the Recruitment Team on .
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