Te Whare Mahana
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He whakamārama mō Tui Ora (About us):
Tui Ora is a kaupapa Māori organisation, providing a range of wellbeing services to whānau in Taranaki. We employ passionate, professional people to fit with our whānau team culture. We value highly skilled, committed community-focussed individuals to support this kaupapa, and we currently have an exciting opportunity.
Tui Ora is Whānau Ora focused and offers more than employment. We offer a Whānau Ora working environment which promotes Tui Ora core values, Ngā Ūara: Manaakitanga, Kotahitanga, Whānaungatanga, Wairuatanga, Tino Rangatiratanga and Tikanga o Tui Ora.
Mō te tūranga (About the role):
Te Whare Mahana is the name of our residential service for Whānau Whaiora who experience mental health disorders. Your role as the Registered Nurse (RN) is to provide whānau-centred clinical services to Whānau Whaiora. You will work in collaboration with Whānau Whaiora, Recovery Support Kaimahi (RSWs) and the Senior Registered Nurse, to assist Whānau Whaiora to gain and maintain the ability to move confidentially to their own home in the community of their choice.
You will be part of an appropriately trained and qualified team to provide 24-hour, seven days per week service to meet Whānau Whaiora individual needs and will deliver services that will contribute to Whānau Ora outcomes. The hours of work are 8 hours shifts, 4 days on 2 days off, on a morning (0700 – 1530) and / or afternoon shifts (1445 to 2315). As the RN you will be part of an ‘on call’ roster. Should a situation arise where a Residential Support Worker requires clinical support at the Te Whare Mahana you will be available between the period of 22:45 to 07:00 to provide assistance.
Kia ekena a angitū (To promote success in this role, you will have):
· Comprehensive Registered Nurse qualification with a Current Practicing Certificate.
· Experience working with Whānau Whaiora who experience mental health disorders.
· Experience of advocacy and liaison with GP’s and other community health providers.
· Experience of supervision of allied health and recovery support kaimahi.
· The ability to work in a busy and challenging environment; and
· Commitment for Māori health, wellbeing and thriving whānau.
· Full, clean NZ Driver Licence.
Tikanga haumaru (Safety checking):
Tui Ora is committed to the application of the Children’s Act 2014 and its intent to improve the safety of all children. These positions are not for children’s workers as defined by the Act, however, safety checking for employment will be required for these roles.
We offer (subject to eligibility criteria):
- Tui Ora day (one extra paid day’s leave)
- Training and development opportunities
- A professional, vibrant working whānau environment
- Employment Assistance Programme
Me pēhea te tono (How to apply):
For tracking and evaluation purposes, all applications must be submitted via Tui Ora’s online process. Complete the online application through our website https://vacancies.tuiora.co.nz/Vacancy/VacancyList and upload a cover letter and CV. You may also view a position description at this site. If you have not completed the online application and/or uploaded both these documents, your application will not be considered. For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org
You must be eligible to work in New Zealand to be considered for this position.
Applications Close: Wednesday 23 June at 12.00pm
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