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Clincial Coordinator - Registered Nurse - Kapiti

Do you have a passion for supporting people to achieve great outcomes?

Would you like to work as part of a supportive team?

If so, MASH Trust may be the place for you. We have a part time position for a Clinical Coordinator in our Paraparaumu Disabilities Team supporting people in a residential setting. This position also focusses on mental health recovery.

About MASH:

MASH is a leading provider of community based residential and rehabilitation support services. We are committed to providing support, respect and dignity to the people we support, enabling them to have greater independence and quality of life in their own homes.

MASH operates throughout the lower North Island in the Wellington, Kapiti, Horowhenua, Palmerston North and Hawkes Bay regions.

What we can offer you:

  • An excellent working environment
  • Rewarding work
  • Plenty of training in your role and ongoing support
  • A diverse interesting role
  • Autonomy and flexibility

The Position:

The Clinical Coordinator delivers nursing expertise for people MASH supports in our community-centred residences in Paraparaumu. Leading from the front you will work alongside the Team Leader, Regional Manager and Support Staff providing a quality focused service. Mentorship and coaching of support worker staff is essential to grow their appreciation and delivery of support to people live in the supported homes.

Your great communication and problem-solving skills as well as relevant experience will position you well to succeed in this role. This is a community based role with a fair degree of autonomy working alongside other experienced leaders across the wider organisation.

Flexible Working Hours:

This position is 32 hours per week Monday to Friday.

Hours of work to be discussed with the right candidate.

You will have:

  • Be A Registered Nurse
  • Experience working with people who have experienced trauma and may present with challenging behaviours and mental/disability distress.
  • The ability to provide a collaborative and solution focused approach
  • Have a commitment to providing safe, ethical nursing practice using a strength based recovery approach.
  • Ability to lead change processes and identify opportunities for improvement.
  • A comprehensive understanding and application of systems, processes and planning that contributes to the delivery of evidence-based community support services.
  • Ability to build positive relationships with whanau and stakeholders.
  • Full NZ Drivers Licence