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Registered Nurse - Mental Health

Job Description

Community Mental Health Nurse

Want to love coming to work each day? Join a supportive organisation where your ideas and passion are welcomed.

We are looking for an experienced nurse who is passionate about implementing innovative ideas and solutions and providing exceptional clinical support.

The purpose of the role is to help identify and meet clients health needs and support them to take control of their own lives.

You’ll be a New Zealand registered and experienced Nurse and have the ability to work within the field of mental health. You will also hold a full New Zealand driver’s licence.

APPLY NOW! Contact Sarah Halliday - Operations manager   

Who is it for

Registered Nurse - Mental Health

Time table

Monday - Friday, 8.30am - 5pm

Contact

K'aute Pasifika, Level 1, 960 Victoria Street, Whitiora.

07 834 1482 or Sarah.Halliday@kautepasifika.co.nz

Registered Nurse - Chronic Conditions

Job Description

Chronic Conditions Nurse

Want to love coming to work each day? Join a supportive organisation where your ideas and passion are welcomed.

We are looking for an experienced nurse (chronic conditions) who is passionate about implementing innovative ideas and solutions and providing exceptional clinical support.

The purpose of the role is to help identify and meet clients health needs and support them to take control of their own lives.

You’ll be a New Zealand registered and experienced Nurse and have the ability to work within the field of chronic conditions. You will also hold a full New Zealand driver’s licence.

APPLY NOW! Contact Sarah Halliday - Operations manager   

Who is it for

Registered Nurse - Chronic Conditions

Time table

Monday - Friday, 8.30am - 5pm.

Contact

K'aute Pasifika, Level 1, 960 Victoria Street, Whitiora.

07 834 1482 or Sarah.Halliday@kautepasifika.co.nz

Community Connector

  • Make a real difference in the lives of people
  • Fixed term for one year – subject to funding may be extended
  • Ongoing coaching, support and professional development

 

Summary

Do you want to be part of something bigger, carrying out meaningful work by making a difference?

You will be working with a dedicated and supportive team. If you have knowledge and understanding of a Pacific culture and able to work with Pacific communities, we would like to hear from you!

This is a fulltime position working 8.30am-5.00pm Monday to Friday. This role is fixed term for one year, subject to funding the role may be extended.

K’aute Pasifika

We exist to create healthier, stronger prosperous individuals, families and the kind of connected community we all want to be part of!

Why is this important? Put simply you can’t deliver long term wellbeing by focusing on just one aspect of life. Education, employment, social and health outcomes are all inter-related and improving results in one area can only happen if all the other areas are also strong.

The concept that best describes this approach is the Fonofale model – working with all aspects including the cultural values and beliefs of a person. Connecting culture and family are four inter-related dimensions - spiritual, physical, mental and other, which all contribute to an individual’s wellbeing. 

The team

You will be reporting to the Team Leader and joining our Social Services team. You will be working alongside our health, social, education and employment teams - all who have a common purpose to improve the wellbeing of Pacific communities.

You

We are interested in hearing from people who are passionate about helping and supporting people to improve their wellbeing.

  • You will be responsible for supporting individuals and families/aiga to access the information, services and support they need to recover from the impacts of COVID-19
  • You must have strong communication skills (verbal and written) in English and one or more Pacific languages
  • You will have comprehensive knowledge and understanding of a Pacific culture with the ability to translate this across the wider Pacific community
  • Applicants will have one to three years’ experience in the Pacific community setting
  • You will have knowledge and understanding of government services, and how to access them
  • You will know how to use Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • You will have a full New Zealand drivers’ licence and eligible to work in New Zealand

Benefits

In this role, you can look forward to being part of a supportive work environment where life balance is encouraged, people are valued, and service to Pacific communities is our purpose.

Ready to take a close look? Then apply now

Closing Date: Wednesday 5 July 2021. Please note, this advert may close sooner if a suitable candidate is found

Position Description: View here

Contact: Roz Hooker, Executive Assistant 021 288 0503

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**All new appointees into K’aute Pasifika require background checking. Under the requirements of the Children’s Act 2014, new employees that are identifies as coming under this act are required to undergo further safety checks as part of the recruitment process.

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