Tui Ora is a holistic, kaupapa Māori organisation, providing a range of services to people in Taranaki. We employ passionate, professional staff to fit with our whānau team culture. We value highly skilled, committed community focussed individuals to support this kaupapa, and currently have an exciting new opportunity:
About the role:
The primary purpose of this role will involve management of patient/client/whānau with chronic conditions (lung disease, diabetes, heart disease, cancer support services, and respiratory services). This is achieved by utilising advanced assessment and treatment skills, making independent and collaborative health care decisions in partnership with individuals and whānau across several settings. The focus is on holistic patient-centered whānau ora healthcare services ensuring whānau develop the knowledge, and receive the full range of primary and secondary care support necessary to manage their long-term conditions.
Must have at least 2 years’ experience working in either an acute hospital or community setting
Must hold a current NZ registered nurse practicing certificate with experience working in a primary health care or secondary setting
Have current knowledge of primary care, population health and whānau ora experience in communities
Have experience working within a team of clinicians and navigators and able to work independently
An understanding of Māori culture and protocols would be an advantage
Experience working with Māori communities would be an advantage
Applicants require a positive attitude, excellent communication and personal skills, respectful, trustworthy and the ability to build relationships and making a positive impact in the lives of our whānau
A full NZ Driver Licence is essential.
What’s in it for you?
A great work life balance, working Monday to Friday only (no night shifts!)
Ongoing training & development
A professional, fun, and vibrant working environment.
You must be eligible to work in New Zealand to be considered for this position.
Applications Close: 20 June 2019 @ 12pm