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Registered Nurse - Central Auckland, South Auckland

Spectrum Care is an independent charitable trust that provides a support network for people that have a disability. We are looking for a Registered Nurse to provide a respite service in a home-like setting in Mangere East.

This role involves supporting a current maximum of five children (0 - 7 years of age) who are medically fragile, or who have special needs by:

  • Providing education, respite care, transition and palliative care
  • Providing individual therapeutic programmes working alongside other paediatric health professionals
  • Maintaining a safe and healthy environment

This service is fundamental for families to receive respite, and this role entails working with them in partnership. Goals are personalised and identify the needs of each child or young person in developing skills that will strengthen their capability and confidence.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Registered Nurse with the New Zealand Nursing Council and hold a current practising certificate

This is a full-time role. You will be part of a dedicated, supportive and enthusiastic team in Mangere East. We provide full training and support for continuing education and opportunities for career development.

If you have a passion for working with babies and children with disabilities, and making a huge difference to people's lives, then we want to hear from you today!

For any enquiries, please call Sophie Buchanan (09) 634 9730 quoting the reference number.

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