Skype interviews for Mental Health Nurses for Auckland, New Zealand - 13th February 2020.
Where can you get the best of all worlds? Where can you get the benefits of big city life, without the hassle? Where can you get a great nursing job that will take you places, and fit in with your life? Auckland!
The Auckland region is home to over 1.5 million people; a blend of sophisticated city living and outdoor beauty makes it one of the most desirable places to live in New Zealand. In 2015 the city was rated the third best city in the world in the Mercer Quality of Living survey.
Living and working in Auckland has so much to offer! From the best education in New Zealand, exceptional sports, world-class restaurants to a thriving arts and culture scene there is something here for everyone.
We are delighted to introduce the three District Health Boards of Auckland who are working in partnership to deliver excellent care to the diverse population of the city and its suburbs:
- Waitemata District Health Board (north of the city),
- Auckland District Health Board (centre),
- Counties Manukau District Health Board (south).
Collectively the Partnership is looking to recruit in excess of 20 Mental Health Nurses following the governments investment of over 1 billion NZD into Mental Health Services across the country.
• Basic salary based on experience between NZD 54,034 – 83,712gpa,
• Inbound economy flight for the candidate,
• Airport welcome and transfer to accommodation,
• 3 weeks of free accommodation for the candidate and their immediate family.
• Further education/learning opportunities sponsored by the DHB,
• A variety of shift work – work to suit your lifestyle,
• Working within a multidisciplinary team,
• Full orientation and extra educational support.
• Full New Zealand Nursing registration (can be completed post interview),
• Minimum two years of recent NHS practice as a Registered Mental Health Nurse (inpatient or community),
• BSc Mental Health Nursing Degree.
In order to work in New Zealand candidates will need to complete the following:
• Obtain an offer of employment,
• Register with the New Zealand Nursing Council,
• Obtain a police clearance and, in some cases, a medical and chest x-ray,
• Obtain a practising certificate from the New Zealand Nursing Council,
• Obtain a work permit on your passport upon entry to the country.
A dedicated NEU consultant will be at your side throughout each stage of the recruitment and registration process always offering best practice advise and support.
Interviews will take place by Skype on 13th February 2020 – closing date for applications 29th January 2020.
To apply please forward your detailed, up to date CV and a copy of your passport to: