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Contract: Long Term
Start date: 15 March 2021
- 3 month fixed term position available
- Well supported role
- Add value to New Zealand’s COVID-19 response
We are seeking a Nurse Practitioner to join a team of medical professionals in looking after the managed isolation quarantine facilities at the Jet Park Hotel in Auckland.
This is a well-supported role with a close working relationship with a doctor to provide support and an opportunity for enhancing skills in this area. Based in Auckland with a roster that can be created to suit, the current requirement is for someone who can cover 12 hour shifts with a 4 day on, 4 day off roster.
This is a fixed term salaried position, requiring availability from 15 March through to 30 June 2021.
This busy facility is looking to grow the utilisation of nurse practitioners in the primary care space and ideally seeking one or two people to compliment a team of nurse practitioners and doctors in the provision of primary care to a unique population of people. Daily tasks include virtual video consults, teleconsults and use of a specific patient management system.
Working within a fast paced, agile and dynamic environment, the successful candidate will be working amongst a predominantly nurse led team and will need to be able to manage people with a mixture of presentations ranging from acute to chronic and across the full patient age spectrum.
Being part of a dedicated workforce in the managed isolation quarantine facilities in Auckland, it will be a requirement that the candidate is unable to work in any other clinical role during the fixed term.
Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city, there are almost 400,000 people living within the city’s boundary and 1.18 million in the greater Auckland area – that’s about a third of the entire country’s population. The city’s population is expected to grow by about 50% over the next 50 years.
Built on a narrow isthmus between two island-studded harbours, Auckland is renowned for its beauty, with 100km of coastline crammed with stunning beaches, 23 regional parks, two marine reserves and a landscape dotted with 48 volcanic cones. With all the water surrounding the region, it’s no wonder Aucklander’s boast the largest boat ownership per capita in the world – that’s why it’s called “The City of Sails”.
The city has a huge range of activities and attractions to offer visitors. You can dine at more than 800 restaurants, catch awesome views from atop the tallest tower in the Southern Hemisphere or from one of the city’s volcanic vantage points, or take in the theatre at the world-class Aotea Centre. There’s the Auckland Museum, National Maritime Museum, the historic Auckland Art Gallery, Kelly Tarlton’s Underwater World, the Zoo – the list goes on.
See more of the Auckland region here.
How to apply
Contact Jacinta Sanders, GM Workforce Recruitment for a confidential discussion on +64 4 495 5871.OR