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Māori Registered Nurses (Waitematā DHB)on 25 June
E ngā mana, e ngā reo, Rangatira ma, tēnei te panui ake i tēnei Turanga, kua tu wātea mai hei kaimahi Māori mo Waitematā DHB. Tona taitara he: Māori Nurses
Ko wai mātou: Who we are
Waitematā DHB provides hospital and community services from North Shore Hospital, Waitakere Hospital and over 30 sites throughout the district. Around 8,600 people are employed by Waitematā DHB and we are the provider of health services to the estimated 629,000 residents. We are the largest DHB in the country, and are experiencing rapid population growth.
Waitematā DHB acknowledge the way we plan and make decisions and deliver services every day is based on our values of everyone matters; with compassion; better, best, brilliant and connected.
He angitūtanga: The opportunity
We currently have vacancies for Māori Registered Nurses within our Medical and Surgical wards; however we would love to hear from all Māori Nurses from all scopes of Nursing!
Why work for us:
Hāpaitia te ara tika pūmau ai te rangatiratanga mo ngā uri whakatupu
Foster the pathway of knowledge to strength, independence, and growth for future generations.
- Waitematā DHB commits to the intent of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and reducing health inequalities.
- A sense of belonging and whanaungatanga
- Focused on providing leadership opportunities for Māori
- Ngā Manukura o Apopo, National Māori Leadership Education Training for Māori Nurses
- Te Kaunihera Kaumātua – Reporting to the Chief Advisor Tikanga, this select group Kaumātua oversees matters of Māori cultural significant across Waitematā and Auckland DHB
Ngā He korero mōu: To be considered applicants must have:
- Be of Māori descent
- At least RN Level 2
- NZ Annual Practising Certificate
For any queries please contact Charlene Macrae, Māori Workforce Recruitment Consultant on email@example.com.
Job Number: EOINAHI1
Job closes: 29 September 2021