Registered Nurses - Rehabilitation and Reintergration Team

Applications close 7 July 2019

Care to join us?

Registered Nurses
Full or part time permanent roles

 

Our new unit is part of the adult acute service, at the Henry Rongomau Bennett Centre (HRBC).The overarching goal of this small unit and the team who work in it will be:
• to provide short to medium term recovery focused and person centred intervention
• to enable service users/tāngata whai ora who have recently been an inpatient at HRBC to reintegrate back into their community.

The focus is on aiding tangata whai ora to (re)establish the skills required for safe community living. The team will develop the support and resources required to enable this, as well as maintain the philosophy of the unit which is rehabilitation and reintegration into the community.

It’s the perfect time to join our service.  We have a brand new facility in the planning stages; take part in the development, then get to work in a state of the art purpose built facility.

We offer you:
• a job where no two days are ever the same
• supportive and caring colleagues
• challenge and stretch
• ability to contribute to systemic change
• plenty of learning and development opportunities.

Come join the team!

You:
• are a registered nurse with a current APC
• enjoy connecting with people
• are caring and compassionate
• are adaptable and flexible
• are excited about, willing to contribute to and participate in change
• are passionate about eliminating health inequities for Māori people
• have previous experience of working collaboratively with community providers
• are focused on developing new ways of working, particularly non-traditional hospital based approaches.

Please apply directly online via the Waikato DHB website. 

If you would like to know more please contact Kylie Balzer Operations Manager on 021 220 0351.


Closing date:  7 July 2019 

Values

Theme “People at Heart” – Te iwi Ngakaunui
• Give and earn respect - Whakamana
• Listen to me; talk to me – Whakarongo
• Fair play – Mauri Pai
• Growing the good – Whakapakari
• Stronger together – Kotahitanga