The Auckland RegionalForensic Psychiatry Service , or the Mason Clinic as it isoften known, is the largest Forensic Mental Health Service in New Zealand.
Weserve the four Northern District Health Boards including all courts in thenorthern region and four prisons.
We deliver a comprehensive rangeof Forensic Mental Health Services, including secure inpatient acute andrehabilitation services which connect to community rehabilitation services,services for offenders with an intellectual disability, culture specificprogrammes for Maori, court liaison and prison mental health services.
This includes a regional service to Northland Region Corrections Facility atNgawha and Northland.
The Regional ForensicPrison Team employs experienced mental health nurses to work in the Aucklandand Regional prisons, alongside our psychiatrists, social workers, culturalworkers and clinical psychologists.
You will be part of a great teamof experienced clinicians, committed to and passionate abouttheir work but also able to share humour, in an interesting andresponsible role in a very unique setting.
Join us and be part ofthe care that can make a positive difference in the lives of Serviceusers in custody, their families and the community.
Anopportunity has arisen for an NZROT qualified Occupational Therapist to workwithin an integrated multidisciplinary team, providing specialist occupationaltherapy assessments, interventions and enhancing the wellbeing of those who useour service.
This is a full time position within our prison team. This would bean excellent opportunity for professional development and to experience aunique working environment.
Youwill need to be flexible and possess strong clinical, interpersonal andrelationship skills.
Formore information about the position, please contact Mark Snelson, Acute and Justice Manager, on (09)815 5870 and for more information about ourrecruitment process, please contact Glenn Bratton, Recruitment Consultant, on09 442 7251.
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JobNumber : NOR04495
ClosingDate : 19 November 2018
This position is NOT a children's worker under the Vulnerable Children Act