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Registered Health Clinician – Child & Adolescent Mental Health, Mid North (1.0FTE)

Are you seeking that role with real impact and meaning? Would you like to see the tangible outcome of your work, in your community, every day? At Northland DHB, we’re driving health equality for Te Tai Tokerau, and we want you to be a part of our diverse and passionate whānau.

Right now, we have an exciting opportunity for a skilled Registered Health Clinician (Nurse, Counsellor, Social Worker, etc.) to join our Child & Youth Community Mental Health team with bases in Kaikohe and Kerikeri in a full time position working 40 hours per week.

About our team

We are a supportive multi-disciplinary team committed to promoting recovery focused and culturally safe care to our clients, and to the ongoing development of our team members.

Northland DHB is committed to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and holds stewardship for equitable health outcomes for Māori as Tāngata Whenua as the highest priority.

About you

You are a registered clinician with a current practising certificate, clean full drivers licence and a strong desire and ability to work as part of a positive and productive multidisciplinary team.

You’ll be highly motivated and have excellent communication and computer skills.

Experience working in a rural or community setting would be an advantage, as would an appreciation of Māori culture and understanding of Tikanga. If you are ready for your next rewarding challenge – apply today!

A career with Northland DHB will see you action meaningful change in the region we love, and in your professional development – all whilst enjoying everything the stunning North has to offer. You really can enjoy the best of both.

Our people live our Values:

Tangata I te tuatahi People First - People are central to all we do

Whakaute (tuku mana) Respect - We treat others as they would like to be treated

Manaaki Caring - We nurture those around us, and treat all with dignity and compassion

Whakawhitiwhiti korero Communication - We communicate safely, openly and with respect to promote clear understanding

Taumata teitei (hirangi) Excellence - Our attitude of excellence inspires success, competence, confidence and innovation

Vacancy No: AH21-246

Closes: 2 November 2021

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