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Community Māori Mental Health Registered Nurse (Case Manager)

Registered Nurse, Community Māori Mental Health and Addiction Services

  • Based in Henderson
  • Full time position 1.0 FTE
  • Monday to Friday

Whītiki Maurea is a Māori clinical service within the Waitematā DHB District Mental Health Services Group. We provide clinical treatment in mental health and addictions with a kaupapa Māori (cultural values and concepts) approach to tāngata whai i te ora Māori who are living in the Waitematā catchment area.

We are looking for an experienced Registered Nurse who would like to join our multidisciplinary team and who has the necessary commitment and enthusiasm to help develop our service.

Your positive attitude, flexibility, strong clinical and administrative skills and proven ability to form good relationships with staff, tangata whai i te ora and their whānau will secure this interesting role. We have an expectation that you will have a commitment to Te Reo me ōna Tikanga.

Applicants should be able to provide comprehensive mental health assessments and treatment to tangata whai i te ora and nursing guidance to our multi-disciplinary team of health professionals. In turn, we will provide a stimulating and supportive working environment.

Please click here for a copy of the position description.

To be considered for this role please apply directly online by visiting our website at quoting reference number WDHB12039

For further information, please contact Katrina Edmonds, MOKO Kaiarahi, on 021 084 88907 or Charlene Macrae, Māori Workforce Recruitment Consultant on



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