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Primary Community Health Care Nurse – Clinical Lead Immunisation

Come and join Te Puawaitanga ki Ōtautahi Trust’s community nursing and kaiwhakapuawai team.

We are mobile, working in homes, in the community, in clinics and across the health system.

Have flexibility in your working day. Enjoy work-life balance including paid birthday off and whole-of-organisation closure over the Christmas period. BUT most importantly, come join our passionate team, committed to working toward Pae Ora / healthy futures.  We are committed to honouring Te Tiriti o Waitangi. To do this we encourage Māori and tangata tiriti also passionate about health and wellbeing for all, to apply.

As well as providing population health coverage, we believe immunisation is a vehicle for building relationships with community. If you have a positive attitude, are a team player, believe in working with whānau, come join our team.

We invite applications from suitably qualified, experienced, and motivated Registered Nurses who ideally have specialties in primary health care, vaccination, or child and whānau health.

Salary is dependent on qualifications and years of experience.

Please review the position description and submit your completed application (CV, cover letter, application form and police vetting form – with two forms of photo ID) to us by midday Monday 10th June 2024. Please send these to recruitment@tepuawaitanga.maori.nz

We may appoint earlier so it is advisable to submit your application as soon as possible.

For any pātai, please phone Leiani Reardon-Hepi on 021922531.

Kaiwhakapuawai / Primary Community Healthcare & Immunisation

This position will support the Rapuora team to deliver a whānau-centred approach to hauora and wellbeing. The position will also support the delivery of childhood outreach immunisations and national vaccination programmes.

Are you passionate about supporting whānau and keen to work with a kaupapa Māori community organisation?

Rapuora Mobile Nursing services are looking for a team player who is passionate about supporting improved health and wellbeing of whānau Māori within the wider health system.

We invite applications from suitably qualified, experienced and motivated people who have a passion for seeing whānau thrive. Ideally you will have a lived experience of Te Ao Māori, and experience in working with whānau in a community setting.

Salary is dependent on qualifications and years of experience.

Please review the position description, and submit your completed application (CV, cover letter, application form and police vetting form – with two forms of photo ID) is required by Monday 3rd June 2024. Please email these to recruitment@tepuawaitanga.maori.nz

We may appoint earlier so it is advisable to submit your application as soon as possible.

For further queries you can phone 0800 66 99 57 and ask to speak with Leiani Reardon-Hepi or Renee Noble.

Communications Coordinator

This position will deliver internal and external communications support and services in keeping with the Trust’s visual identity and profile by creating innovate and engaging content that aligns with the Trust’s communications strategy.

  • Are you keen to work with a kaupapa Māori community organisation?
  • Do you like your days to be varied and busy?
  • Are you interested in working for a kaupapa which supports whānau?

We are looking for someone approachable, organised, and creative who can connect with and build strong relationships with our kaimahi, whaiora / clients and other relevant stakeholders. The Communications Coordinator will help build the Trust’s profile by developing and delivering internal and external communications.

We invite applications from people with a relevant tertiary qualification in Communications, with three or more years of experience working in a related field.

Salary is dependent on qualifications and years of experience.

Please review the position description, and submit your completed application (CV, cover letter, application form and Police Vetting form – with two forms of photo ID) are required by midday Friday 31 May, and can be emailed to recruitment@tepuawaitanga.maori.nz

We may appoint earlier so it is advisable to submit your application as soon as possible.

For further queries you can phone 0800 66 99 57.

Human Resource Administrator

The Trust is looking for someone who can deliver quality HR administrative support with recruitment and payroll, and provide administrative HR advice. The successful individual will have a collaborative approach to working, the ability to listen, and provide advice in a diplomatic and professional manner. The individual will also have an appreciation for the values and principles of kaupapa Māori.

  • Are you keen to work with a kaupapa Māori community organisation?
  • Do you like your days to be varied and busy?
  • Are you interested in working for a kaupapa which supports whānau?

We invite applications from suitably qualified and motivated people. Salary is dependent on qualifications and years of experience.

Review the position description, and submit your completed application form (CV, cover letter, application form and Police Vetting form – with two forms of photo ID) are required by midday Friday 10th May 2024, and can be emailed to recruitment@tepuawaitanga.maori.nz.

We may appoint earlier so it is advisable to submit your application as soon as possible.

For further queries you can phone 0800 66 99 57.

Well Child Tamariki Ora Nurse (0.6 FTE)

This role supports the health and wellbeing of pēpi, tamariki and their whānau by delivering the Tamariki Ora Well Child service within the Trust. The Nurse will carry out the national Tamariki Ora Well Child schedule to whaiora/ client whānau in their homes. The service is delivered with a strengths-based, whānau-centred and mana-enhancing approach.

  • Are you passionate about supporting whānau?
  • Are you keen to work with a kaupapa Māori community organisation?
  • Do you like your days to be varied and busy?

We invite applications from suitably qualified and experienced Registered Nurses who are passionate about supporting whānau in their community. If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.

Please review the position description, and submit your completed application (CV, cover letter, application form and Police vetting form – with two forms of photo ID). Please send these to recruitment@tepuawaitanga.maori.nz

For further queries you can phone 0800 66 99 57 and ask for Dianne Oakley, RN.

Registered Nurse – Primary Community Health Care Nurse

This role will use all your primary health care nursing skills, giving you autonomy to meet the needs of whānau you are working with. Your primary and priority focus will be as a key member of our outreach immunisation team, whilst you will also support the primary care and community nursing team.

  • Are you passionate about supporting whānau?
  • Are you keen to work with a kaupapa Māori community organisation?
  • Do you like your days to be varied and busy?

If you are a registered nurse, authorised as an infant to adult vaccinator (without restrictions) and with a full driver’s licence, we would love to hear from you.

We invite applications from suitably qualified, experienced, and motivated Registered Nurses who ideally have specialities in primary health care, vaccination, or child and whānau health.

Salary is dependent on qualifications and years of experience.

Please review the position description, and submit your completed application (CV, cover letter, application form and Police vetting form – with two forms of photo ID). Please send these to recruitment@tepuawaitanga.maori.nz

We may appoint earlier so it is advisable to submit your application as soon as possible.

For further queries you can phone 0800 66 99 57 to speak to Leiani Reardon-Hepi.

Kaiwhakapuawai - Tamariki Ora

Are you passionate about supporting whānau, and have experience in te ao Māori? Are you keen to work with a kaupapa Māori community organisation? Do you like your days to be varied and busy?

The role supports the health and wellbeing of pēpi, tamariki and their whānau by supporting the delivery of care for client whānau journey from hapūtanga to five years. You will have knowledge of positive parenting practices and experience in working with tamariki and whānau in a community setting delivering key health promotion messages and assist with meeting client whānau needs.

The work of the Kaiwhakapuawai is guided by Lead Maternity Carer (LMC)-midwives and Registered Nurses and the client whānau health needs assessment with a whānau-led approach. The Kaiwhakapuawai will work alongside the LMC midwife to support early engagement for whānau needing extra support and the smooth transition of care along this continuum into Tamariki Ora Well Child at the Trust.

We are seeking someone with a knowledge of Microsoft programmes, patient management systems, a full driver’s licence, and a passion to make a difference for whānau.

The position is Monday to Friday, ideally 40 hours per week, however this is negotiable for suitable applicants.

Salary is dependent on qualifications and years of experience.

For more information, read the position description.

Please send your completed application (CV, cover letter, application form and Police Vetting form – with two forms of photo ID) to recruitment@tepuawaitanga.maori.nz.

We may appoint earlier so it is advisable to submit your application as soon as possible.

For further queries you can phone 0800 66 99 57.