Southern Cross Hospitals is the largest private surgical hospitals network in New Zealand and is the place to be if you want to join a highly skilled team.Brightside Hospital is looking for a full time dynamic and energetic suitably qualified Sterile Services Technician with proven experience to join fully credentialed Sterile Services Department. We have 4 modern Operating Theatres and perform an exciting range of surgical specialties. We operate during core hours, Monday to Friday with a flexible shift system.To be a part of our award winning team you will need:Ideally a voluntary registered SSD TechnicianPossess a valid certificate in the practice of Decontamination and Sterilising TechnologyGreat interpersonal skills, and sense of humourTeam playerYou will enjoy working in our modern, well-equipped facility with a friendly professional team. If that is not enough, here are some more reasons why Southern Cross "treats you well!"Subsidised health insuranceChristmas and New Year breaksPDRP recognition programmeIf you are passionate about quality patient care and working with an equally passionate team we would like to hear from you. Join our creative Theatre team who won the National 2015 Surgical Safety competition run by the HQSC.To apply please click ‘apply now' or for further information about the Southern Cross Hospitals national network visit www.southerncrosshospitals.co.nz
Southern Cross Hospitals operates New Zealand's largest network of private surgical hospitals across New Zealand. Each year we have approximately 75,000 patients across our wholly-owned and joint venture facilities, for surgical procedures.About the role:We are currently looking for experienced Orthopaedic Theatre Nurses with specific capability in Spinal Surgery to join us in our six theatre department. We are flexible to get the right people and can offer full time or part time positions working primarily Monday to Friday.To be a part of the team you will need to:Be a registered nurse with the Nursing Council of New ZealandHave a minimum of two years theatre nursing experience in orthopaedics, including spinal surgeryHave excellent communication skills, be team focused and flexible with shiftsCommit to continuous quality improvement and on-going education through professional developmentPractice in accordance with best practice, legal and ethical professional standardsAs part of our team you will enjoy a fast-paced environment with a strong focus on professional development and safe staffing levels, and consistently high levels of patient satisfaction.Here are some more reasons why Southern Cross 'treats you well'Competitive remuneration packagesSubsidised health insuranceA comprehensive employee wellness programmeNew Zealand Nursing Council approved PDRPChristmas and New Year breaksIf you want to join a supportive team, with modern and well-equipped facilities, then choose Southern Cross Hospitals and find out why so many specialists and staff have already chosen to work at Southern Cross Hospitals, Wellington.If you are passionate about quality patient care - we would like to hear from you. To apply, please click 'apply now'.For further information about the Southern Cross Hospitals national network please visit: www.southerncrosshospitals.co.nz
Southern Cross Hospitals is the largest private surgical hospitals network in New Zealand and is the place to be if you want to join a supportive team.We are looking for a motivated and experienced Sterile Services Technician to support the Orthopaedic team with the checking and management of loan sets in our six theatre private hospital.Ideally the successful applicant will have a Level 3 Sterile Services Certificate (or equivalent) or currently working towards one. However, we will consider applicants with relevant experience and willing to undertake the study. This position would ideally be a full-time position, however we will consider part time.To be a part of our dynamic team you will:Have excellent communication and interpersonal skillsBe passionate about quality care and best practiceBe dependable and reliableBe a team playerHave a good sense of humourBe flexible with hours of workHave a personal commitment to continual professional developmentHow Southern Cross "treats you well"Competitive remuneration packagesSubsidised health insuranceProfessional development opportunitiesSupport and commitment to PDRP (linked to pay)Christmas and New Year breaksFor further information about the Southern Cross Hospitals national network visit www.southerncrosshospitals.co.nz
Stand is a charity that provides a nationwide intensive family wraparound service which includes therapeutic care and education for vulnerable children and young people as well as a Family Therapy Service. The focus of this service is to achieve a reduction in risk and an increase in protection for children and young people through a therapeutic and multi-systemic approach to change within the family/whanau, school and community.We are now looking for a person to join our Family Therapy Service in the role of Family Practitioner covering the Nelson area. Some travel to Blenheim will be necessary. The work hours available are 40 hours.To be successful in this role, you will be:A registered (or able to be registered) practitioner in social work, counselling, family therapy or relatedExperienced, knowledgeable and culturally competent to work with vulnerable children, young people and their familiesAble to quickly assimilate new models of service delivery, build strong working relationships, and deliver on work priorities.Able to work within Stand's practice models to deliver trauma-focussed, systemic family therapy and CBT for children (training provided)Confident in Microsoft office and database systemsFlexible, a team player, highly motivated to achieve results, and be able to work independently.Stand offers a great working environment and a chance to contribute to the wellbeing of New Zealand's most vulnerable children and families. Interviews will be held in week 20-22 December or 8-10 January.For more details of the service contact:Rachael: 0220775090
Job Reference: 3892859 | Location: Nelson | Listed: 05 December 2017
Subsidised Southern Cross HealthcareSouthern Community Laboratories, which is a division of Healthscope, has provided doctors and patients in New Zealand with pathology services since 1960 and has laboratories throughout the country.Our busy Dunedin Laboratory, which provides service to both the Hospital and Community is looking for a graduate scientist to work in the Biochemistry department of our modern and well equipped laboratory. To be considered you will need NZ Medical Science Council Registration and a provisional Annual Practicing Certificate, or be eligible to obtain these.This is a fixed term role of 80 hours per fortnight for 6 months.The successful applicant will need to be customer focused and committed to the provision of high quality service, with effective time management and interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a team environment.
If you are a registered nurse who is passionate about youth health and wants to make a positive difference in the lives of young people, then we want to hear from you.We are offering the unique opportunity to expand your nursing portfolio by working in a secondary school setting.We are looking to appoint an independent nurse to contract service for the role of school nurse at Huntly College. This is a 0.6 FTE part-time position.As the successful candidate, you will be committed to improving the health and health literacy of New Zealand's youth. Our aim is to enhance the ability of young people to manage their own health and wellbeing, and ensure they have an understanding of how to access the health services they require.To be successful in this role you will:be a registered nurse with a current annual practicing certificatehave previous experience in working with youtha minimum of 5 years nursing experienceenjoy working autonomouslybe able to work in a culturally appropriate, safe and responsive manner.Pinnacle Midlands Health Network is a not for profit organisation supporting the sustainability of primary health care services. We exist to get the best health outcomes for people and their communities.Apply now if you believe you are the person we are looking for. Applications will be assessed as they arrive, so do not delay applying.
Job Reference: 3896324 | Location: Hamilton | Listed: 06 December 2017
The Clinical team at Compass Health support the wider organisation to achieve Better Health Through Great Primary Care. Committed to ongoing quality improvement, the Clinical Quality Improvement Facilitator works closely with the General Practices in our Primary Healthcare network supporting them to develop and implement clinical best practice initiatives.To fill this position, we are seeking a Registered Health Care professional, with relevant post-graduate qualification who is passionate about clinical quality improvement and patient safety. This role may suit someone who would enjoy being seconded to Compass Health on a part-time basis for professional development.To be effective in the role you will need have experience as a clinical leader with excellent attention to detail, be an innovative thinker, and be both pragmatic and strategic. You will also need to be adaptable, resilient and a first-rate communicator - verbal and written.
Job Reference: 3872741 | Location: Wellington City | Listed: 22 November 2017
Radius Care's Heatherlea facility (New Plymouth) is seeking a committed and passionate Activities Coordinator to join our friendly and supportive team.This is a permanent part-time position, working 5 days per week, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday.This is a 55 bed facility with 19 swing beds, (Hospital/Rest Home)15 Rest Home Beds and 21 secure Dementia Beds, with its own secure garden setting. The purpose of this role is to provide an innovative Activities Service that enables all residents to participate and enjoy planned programmes and events.It goes without saying your infectious attitude and innate ability to plan will be well suited to the role but you will also need a few extra things up your sleeve. You'll be equipped with previous experience in working in the Aged Care sector, ideally in an Activities role as well as hold a clean drivers licence and a first aid certificate. Ideally you'll hold a recognised qualification; however, if you know a thing or two about needlepoint and crafts, have initiative and can work autonomously - then step right up!Applicants must have the legal right to work in New Zealand.
Job Reference: 3877622 | Location: New Plymouth | Listed: 24 November 2017
Southern Cross Hospitals operates New Zealand's largest network of private surgical hospitals across New Zealand. Each year we have approximately 75,000 patients across our wholly-owned and joint-venture facilities, for surgical procedures. Our National Office has an opportunity for an experienced IS Application Support Analyst to join our professional and fun team.About the role:The Application Support Analyst is primarily responsible for supporting and testing of high availability critical business applications in line with ITIL best practice framework.We are looking for someone with these attributes:Minimum of 5-6 years' experience in supporting large scale or enterprise level business applicationsExperience in testing applications and enhancements using structured test plans, including developing and writing test plansKnowledge of SQL and Oracle databases and database technologies including medium complexity SQLStrong analytical and problem solving skillsIdeally familiar with programming/scriptingFamiliar with reporting technologiesExperience with health or financial sector environments would be advantageousExceptional interpersonal, written and verbal communication skillsAbility to multi-task and manage workload under time pressure and changing prioritiesKnowledge of ITIL and associated Service Management best practicesHow Southern Cross "treats you well!"Competitive remuneration packagesSubsidised health insuranceChristmas and New Year breaksSituated in the CBD, close to Britomart and ferry transport hubsA competitive employee wellness programmeTo apply please click 'apply now' of for further information about Southern Cross Hospitals national network, please visit www.southerncrosshospitals.co.nz
Job Reference: 3898235 | Location: Auckland Central | Listed: 07 December 2017
Diverse community settingOngoing professional support and developmentGreat location, peaceful surroundings…and free parking!Most importantly, the satisfaction to Make Hospice Happen and supporting the belief of the Totara Hospice team that even though dying is inevitable, dying unsupported is unacceptable.The Purpose...Totara Hospice's vision is to honour living and dignify dying. We do this by providing leading edge hospice palliative care services to eligible individuals living with life limiting illnesses, their families, caregivers and communities in South and South East Auckland.We are seeking an experienced specialist Palliative Care Registered Nurse to support our team of Community Palliative Care Nurses working with patients and family/whanau within Totara Hospice South Auckland (THSA) catchment.The Person...The perfect person for this role will have:Registration with the Nursing Council of New Zealand and a current New Zealand Practicing Certificate as a Registered NursePost Graduate qualification in Palliative Care or relevant clinical specialtyCompleted or working towards Expert PDRP PortfolioPrevious experience in Oncology and/or Palliative CareMinimum five years community clinical nursing experienceProven ability to effectively liaise with other health professionals and multi-disciplinary teamsSensitivity and understanding of our diverse community and respect for the spiritual beliefs, cultural practices and lifestyle choices of othersThe Role...Reporting to the Community and Ambulatory Service Manager, key responsibilities of this role include:Undertaking the team leader role with oversight of the three community locality teams, and working in conjunction with the Community Service Manager and Community CoordinatorWorking in partnership with each locality team to ensure all new referrals are allocated and seen in a timely mannerMaintaining oversight of case-load management and undertaking regular case review in partnership with individual team membersSupporting the mentoring and guiding of new staff and students through coordination and monitoring of clinical praxis in conjunction with locality team members and Community Service ManagerUndertaking comprehensive nursing assessments and interventions in partnership with patients and families/whanau, when urgent need arisesContributing to change management and facilitates initiatives identified by the THSA leadership team and demonstrating THSA values at all timesThis role offers the opportunity to work within a supportive multi-disciplinary team in a professional service that continues to develop, and the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of patients and their families.
Job Reference: 3849434 | Location: The Gardens | Listed: 29 November 2017