Metlifecare is a leading New Zealand owner and operator of retirement villages, providing rewarding lifestyles and care to more than 5,000 New Zealanders.
A listed company, Metlifecare was established in 1984, and currently operates 25 villages in high-value, high-growth regions of the North Island.
We're proud to provide supportive environments that empower people to live the life they choose - every day we set to make a difference to the lives of residents who have chosen to make a Metlifecare village home.
At Metlifecare, you can look forward to a rewarding vocation, with opportunities to grow more into your role and beyond.
And you're in good company - you couldn't find a team of more compassionate and professional colleagues, who demonstrate our values of respect, integrity, passion and teamwork in the work we do.
About the role
Our friendly care team are on the look-out for a Registered Nurse to join them on a fixed term part time basis to provide first class care and services to our residents.
This role encompasses the assessment, planning and implementation of nursing care; working with our care staff in a way that facilitates effective communication, teamwork and high clinical standards and supporting quality improvement within the team.
On offer is a fixed term part time opportunity, working 32 hours per week for a period of 6 months. You will have the opportunity to work at three of our villages located around Western Auckland, full orientation to all three sites will be given.
Flexibility to work a variety of shifts is essential.
Skills and experience required
excellent written and spoken English with the ability to communicate in a clear, considerate fashion; and an industrious, diligent approach to ensuring that the job is done to the highest standards.
You will also have :
Coupled with maintaining the highest standards of clinical practice in a supportive team environment, we offer professional development opportunities and a competitive hourly rate and allowances which reflect your skills and experience.