Our client, a public health authority, located in the North Island of New Zealand, is currently recruiting qualified Nurses with experience of Mental Health and Addiction services to work in an Inpatient environment.The successful candidate will need to be an effective member of the multi-disciplinary Inpatient Team, with the ability to provide safe, high quality nursing care in accordance with the designated standards of practice.The position of Registered Nurse encompasses the following major functions or key result areas:Assessment, Treatment and CareClinical PracticeEthical SafetyProfessional DevelopmentService ManagementCultural SafetyQuality AssuranceTreaty of WaitangiHealth and SafetyPrivacy & ConfidentialityTo apply you will need to consider the following criteria:EssentialRegistered Comprehensive Nurse or Registered Psychiatric Nurse.Practicing CertificateExcellent communication skillsAbility to work with clients at all phases of their recoveryThe ability to work within a multi-disciplinary teamConflict resolution skillsDemonstrated ability to practice in a culturally safe manner.Current Drivers Licence.DesirableMust be able to demonstrate efforts made towards gaining an adequate knowledge of Mental Health Legislation.To have demonstrated the desire to up-grade skills and to learn from more experienced staff.To have people orientated interests.If you would like more information about this position please contact Sentio Recruit for a copy of the job description and selection criteria. To apply for the role you will need to submit your CV along with a covering letter to alliedhealth@sentiorecruit.com.au There is the opportunity for the successful candidate to be sponsored to live and work in New Zealand. This can be discussed in more detail at the interview stage. 60000 AUD New Zealand - NZ Northland

Mental Health Nurse - New Zealand North Island

  • Registered Nurse - North Island
  • Competitive Salary and package
  • Opportunity for sponsorship of successful candidate

Our client, a public health authority, located in the North Island of New Zealand, is currently recruiting qualified Nurses with experience of Mental Health and Addiction services to work in an Inpatient environment.

The successful candidate will need to be an effective member of the multi-disciplinary Inpatient Team, with the ability to provide safe, high quality nursing care in accordance with the designated standards of practice.

The position of Registered Nurse encompasses the following major functions or key result areas:

  • Assessment, Treatment and Care
  • Clinical Practice
  • Ethical Safety
  • Professional Development
  • Service Management
  • Cultural Safety
  • Quality Assurance
  • Treaty of Waitangi
  • Health and Safety
  • Privacy & Confidentiality

To apply you will need to consider the following criteria:

Essential

  • Registered Comprehensive Nurse or Registered Psychiatric Nurse.
  • Practicing Certificate
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work with clients at all phases of their recovery
  • The ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team
  • Conflict resolution skills
  • Demonstrated ability to practice in a culturally safe manner.
  • Current Drivers Licence.

Desirable

  • Must be able to demonstrate efforts made towards gaining an adequate knowledge of Mental Health Legislation.
  • To have demonstrated the desire to up-grade skills and to learn from more experienced staff.
  • To have people orientated interests.

If you would like more information about this position please contact Sentio Recruit for a copy of the job description and selection criteria. To apply for the role you will need to submit your CV along with a covering letter to alliedhealth@sentiorecruit.com.au 

There is the opportunity for the successful candidate to be sponsored to live and work in New Zealand. This can be discussed in more detail at the interview stage.

 

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for more information please contact Paul Argile - paul@sentiorecruit.com.au, quoting Ref No.sen254