Registered Nurse - Children's Ward


Children’s Ward is a busy 16 bed ward which caters for medical and surgical patients and provides regional service for Paediatric Burns and Plastics patients.

ABOUT THE ROLE

We have an exciting opportunity available to work in a multi-speciality ward. You will be working in partnership with babies, children, adolescents and their families, and have the opportunity to care for acute medical and surgical patients and to develop skills in burns and plastic surgery nursing. We are looking for nurses who have a passion for working with babies/children/adolescents and their families.

The position is a fixed-term contract starting from 3/6/2019 to 14/1/2020, and working 80 hours (1.0 FTE) per fortnight. 

DUTIES

  • Working rostered and rotating shifts including night shifts
  • Working with multidisciplinary team to provide best outcome for our patients

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Have current practicing certificate
  • Paediatric experience and resilience in a very busy environment
  • Have excellent time management skills
  • Have excellent communication skills
  • Are team focused and have positive attitude
  • Are professional and have caring manner

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

Applications will not be accepted via email. All candidates applying for any of our current vacancies must complete an online HVDHB application form by clicking the 'Apply Now' button or through our careers website: www.healthyjobs.co.nz  

For further information on this role, please email recruitment@huttvalleydhb.org.nz and indicate the vacancy number 9111775B-19 and job title in the subject line.

 

Fixed Term/Contract/Full Time

Job no: 9111775B-19

Location: Lower Hutt

Closing Date: Wednesday, 29 May 2019

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