Registered Nurse- CCU


We have part time positions (hours negotiable) which include rostered and rotating shifts, available in our 12-bed Coronary Care Unit for registered nurses to join our experienced and friendly multi-disciplinary cardiac team.

ABOUT THE ROLE

Our unit focus is to provide high quality patient care predominantly for acute cardiac conditions. We provide a multidisciplinary team approach to recovery, and have strong links with cardiac rehabilitation, cardiac nurse specialists and the community. Patients requiring tertiary level cardiac services are transferred to Wellington Hospital.

We are keen to hear from you if you are an experienced nurse with the following qualities:

  • Strives for an excellent standard of nursing care
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Committed to cardiac nursing
  • Have a nursing portfolio demonstrating professional development
  • Demonstrate keenness to learn and teach (patients and colleagues)
  • Committed to teamwork

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

You must be registered with the Nursing Council of New Zealand and hold a current APC. Ideally you will have at least one year’s nursing experience in NZ and have worked in a similar role. If you have a passion for cardiac nursing we’d love to hear from you! 

BENEFITS

We offer a supportive workplace culture with a commitment to your on-going professional development. This includes; a comprehensive orientation programme, training and study opportunities, and peer support.

 Staff benefits include discounts from many companies throughout the region, and use of our onsite gym.

HOW TO APPLY

Please complete an online HVDHB application form by clicking the 'Apply Now' button or through our careers website: www.healthyjobs.co.nz  Please note: We are unable to accept applications via email.

For further information on this role, please email recruitment@huttvalleydhb.org.nz and indicate the vacancy number 9111666A-19 and job title in the subject line.

 

Permanent/Part Time

Job no: 9111666A-19

Location: Lower Hutt

Closing Date: Tuesday, 2 April 2019

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