Excellent opportunity to join a market leader and develop your careerRadius Residential Care Limited is proud to provide quality rest home and private hospital care.Our focus on building positive working relationships and developing staff who enjoy working with the elderly enables us to provide warm and supportive facilities.This fast paced, varied and people orientated role will see you providing a high standard of basic nursing care to residents under the supervision and support of a registered nurse.A teaching/coaching culture is an integral part of the way that Radius Care operates.If you hold a New Zealand Health and Wellbeing Certificate up to and including Level 3 (or equivalent), this is your chance to join a well-respected aged care organisation and work with a friendly and knowledgeable team.If you are caring, hardworking and available to work rostered and rotating shifts to cover a 24/7 operation we would love to hear from you!
NorthCare Medical Centre is passionate about the delivery of primary care in their community and is looking for a new Medical Centre Assistant to join their dedicated team of health professionals to improve health outcomes.The Medical Centre Assistant plays an important role for the practice, providing administrative support and supervised patient care. The role forms an integral part of the core patient care team and contributes to the provision of quality care and experience for patients.Key responsibilities include:Providing quality customer service to all persons interacting with the centreScheduling, coordinating and monitoring appointmentsParticipate in pre-consult screening activities and gathering of patient information e.g. blood pressure, urinalysis, pulse, respiration, temperature, blood sugar etc.Assisting clinicians with minor surgery proceduresPutting patient at ease and comforting distressed patientsHealth and Safety proceduresTo be successful in this role, you will have:Previous customer service experienceExcellent organisational and planning skills in managing personal workload in a busy environmentDemonstrated high standard of written, verbal and interpersonal communication skillsProven ability to effectively communicate with a diverse range of stakeholdersExperience within a health care setting is essential as is your ability to deliver a high standard of customer service for the patients, alongside your commitment to ensuring your knowledge base is up to date and relevant to the care provided.The successful applicant will be required to undertake relevant training in order to be able to carry out the key duties of this role; this will be organised by NorthCare Medical Centre.This role is a permanent full time position.
Job Reference: 3660341 | Location: Hamilton | Listed: 27 July 2017
The role of Clinical Team Leader calls for a competent, experienced and well-rounded Registered Nurse who excels in people leadership and patient care.Bringing to this role at least three years' experience in the aged care sector, you will ensure excellent standards of clinical practice, and effective communication and teamwork with staff, residents and families / whanau. You will have good knowledge and experience of clinical systems and will have the ability to comply with these to an audit standard.Reporting to the Clinical Nurse Manager, you will educate our staff, care for patients and ensure the smooth running of our day-to-day operations. It goes without saying you'll have a natural affinity with people, be able to empathise and understand the needs of the older person and also hold a current practising certificate.A teaching/coaching culture is an integral part of the way that Radius Care operates. We encourage staff to participate in industry recognised training and provide comprehensive internal training.This is a great opportunity to be part of a reputable organisation and if you believe in our mission to be 'Leaders in care', this is the position for you.If you are caring, compassionate and hardworking we would love to hear from you!
Are you someone who is passionate about the health of children and young people? This is an excellent opportunity for someone with energy and enthusiasm for working with data to influence service delivery.Our Child and Youth Health Coordination Service (Cay-C) aims to ensure all Waikato children and young people from birth to 18 receive timely key health milestones. The main goal being - at any time with any contact - no child is left behind.Cay-C offers services including B4 School Check programme, mobile immunisation, smoking cessation, school based health services and connecting families to general practices and other health providers.As Programme Support your contribution to Cay-C is to contact families whose children have missed milestones. You will also work with health providers to connect them with families they need to see.You play an important part in the overall success of the services. Your efficient administrative support to the team will help everyone meet their deadlines.Cay-C is very responsive to the needs of families and providers with a focus on continuous improvement, so you must be someone who is eager to take on new challenges.You'll also be someone who:has at least 2 years experience in a customer service / administration roleenjoys engaging with people and building positive relationshipsexcellent attention to detailcurrent drivers licence.If you'd like to join us here at Pinnacle Midlands Health Network, please write to us telling us why you're interested in this position and why you're the right fit.Applications will be assessed as they arrive, so apply today!
Job Reference: 3668318 | Location: Hamilton | Listed: 02 August 2017
Put your travel experience and nursing knowledge to work in a fast-paced, office-based, travel and aviation medicine role.The First Assistance Travel and Medical team provides Emergency Assistance to international travelers and expatriate workforces worldwide. We are the Australasian market innovator in our growing industry.As a member of our nursing team you will provide medical support to clients with a wide range of medical problems who may be anywhere around the world - often in places with limited or no medical facilities. You will be the calm and reassuring voice that provides a lifeline to people in difficulty. With the support of our team of doctors and case managers you will help solve their problems with primary health care advice, direction to medical care, or co-ordination of evacuation.If you are the type of person who delights in going the extra mile to solve problems for your patients located in multiple locations around the world, then we want you as part of our team.This is a full time role working with a team of case managers based in Ellerslie on a 4 on 4 off rotation 1.30pm - 12.30am.You need to have:Experience: A minimum of 5 years post graduate nursing experience, preferably with acute care nursing in ICU or Emergency MedicineRegistration: A current general nursing registrationMotivation: Enjoy the prospect of working in a fast paced, dynamic environmentTravel Experience: With 195 countries in the world, personal knowledge of some them is an asset.Positive can do attitude: If you have it we thrive on it.To join a growing company with a work environment that will continually challenge and extend your understanding of medicine, aviation, and international medical systems - APPLY NOW!Please note that only candidates who are entitled to work in New Zealand need apply.
Ongoing training and developmentSubsidised Southern Cross HealthcareMedlab South Timaru is a part of Healthscope New Zealand and the sole provider of Hospital and Community Pathology services for the South Canterbury region.We currently have a vacancy available for a Pre-Analytical Technician. The hours are 25 hours per week and you must be available to work into the evening.You will work collaboratively as part of the processing / pre-analytical team receipting, sorting and dispatching medical specimens for the purpose of diagnostic testing. You will also perform data entry tasks to ensure accurate and timely information about requested tests are delivered to the technical departments. You must have the following attributes to be successful in these roles:A minimum typing speed of 40 wpm and the ability to maintain and develop computer skills and keyboard accuracy.Knowledge of medical terminology is desirable but not essentialBe qualified, or willing to work towards qualification as a Medical Laboratory Technician or Qualified Specimen Service TechnicianFlexible in hours of work including daytime, weekends and public holidays as required.
Ongoing training and developmentSubsidised Southern Cross HealthcareMedlab South is a division of Healthscope which is New Zealand's largest community pathology and laboratory network. Its businesses include; Gribbles Veterinary Pathology, Labtests Auckland, Northland Pathology and Southern Community Laboratories.Our Timaru Laboratory is based at the main Hospital and we have three patient services centres / clinics at Timaru Hospital, Dee Street and in Temuka. We also provide an inpatient collection service.Our Patient Services department requires a casual Phlebotomist to work as and when required to cover unplanned absences, planned annual leave and our busy periods.Previous Phlebotomy experience is desirable to ensure a high quality service is provided at all times. It is preferred that applicants hold a Qualified Phlebotomy Technician Certificate (QPT) certificate or are prepared to work towards obtaining this qualification. Full training may be given to an individual with a suitable background and personal attributes. You will have excellent communication skills, a high standard of presentation, with a professional and courteous manner and a clean and current driver's licence.
Ongoing training and developmentSubsidised 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 Hastings Patient Services Centre has a vacancy for a permanent full time Phlebotomist to work 80 hours per fortnight.Previous Phlebotomy experience is preferred to ensure high quality service is provided at all times. It is desirable that applicants hold a Qualified Phlebotomy Technician (QPT) Certificate or are prepared to work towards obtaining this qualification. Full training may be given to an individual with a suitable background and personal attributes. You will have excellent communication skills, a high standard of presentation, with a professional and courteous manner and a clean and current driver's licence.
Great leadership opportunity to make a difference to our communityBe part of New Zealand's leading Primary Health organisationExcellent central Hamilton locationReporting to the Operations Manager - Clinical Services, you will be leading and managing a team of both clinical and non-clinical personnel from our Child and Youth Health services, third party contractors and supporting the workforce within General Practice. Pinnacle Midlands Health has a strategy of 'No child left behind'. We are committed to providing the very best health services for all children and youth across the range of health milestones.As well as having great leadership and people skills, you will be adept at both developing the strategic direction and implementing the plans that align to the strategy. You will be able to use your strong organisational skills to establish processes that monitor the efficient and effective use of resources, contract compliance and manage budgets. You will model to your team the attributes of a high achiever. You can demonstrate excellent relationship management skills working well with other services such as MOH, DHBs, MSD, MOE and the wider community.We would welcome your application if you have:Proven success as an effective communicator with the ability to build internal and external relationshipsProven operational management experienceThe passion to lead and driveDemonstrated effective change managementA strong clinical background at an expert level with experience in child and youth health would be an advantageCurrent and valid professional registration with your regulatory bodyFull driver licenceThis is a full time, permanent position. Applications will be assessed as they arrive, so apply today!
Job Reference: 3674093 | Location: Hamilton | Listed: 03 August 2017
If you want to be part of a growing organisation that is transforming aged care and is a reputable provider of residential services with a friendly and supportive working environment, then look no further!Enjoy a new challenge with this rewarding key leadership role! We are currently seeking two Care Leads (Clinical Managers) at Selwyn Village reporting to the Senior Care Manager based in Point Chevalier.Working as a Care Lead you will be managing the operations of a residential care facility within an integrated village, responsible for leading, coaching and developing your team to deliver service excellence. With your proven clinical leadership skills you will oversee the clinical care of residents, manage complex health issues and manage all the compliance and quality activities within the facility.What do you need to have? Minimum 3 years NZ nursing experience, with current APCProven clinical leadership skills with nursing experience ideally within aged careProven people management skills with the ability to develop, coach and inspire a diverse teamAbility to monitor expenditure and budgets.A genuine passion for the aged care industry;Strong communication and relationship management skills.Knowledge of the Eden Philosophy and/or a postgraduate qualification in health sciences or gerontology is highly desirable.Benefits:Fast paced and varied roleThe opportunity to deliver a holistic approach to the care of eldersDynamic, friendly and supportive management teamAdvance your career within one of NZ's most successful aged care providersAttractive Point Chevalier location, full-time roleRewarding role where you can make a differenceOpportunity for study leave entitlementThis is a great opportunity to implement the Selwyn Way of working which provides Household model of care rather than traditional models of care and work with a dedicated group of individuals improving the care of elders with a network of qualified Care Leads and Care Managers in the Selwyn Foundation group.The Selwyn Foundation is one of New Zealand's largest not-for-profit providers of services to the older generation. As part of our service offering we provide Integrated Villages catering for Independent Living and Residential Care. Our Villages are home to over 1400 residents and a lively work environment for over 400 staff.If you are a motivated self-starter with the drive to achieve great things then we want to hear from you
Job Reference: 3679511 | Location: Point Chevalier | Listed: 07 August 2017