2017 Job Postings
Strategic Clinical Director – Integrated Palliative Care (SCD-IPC) | Mercy Hospice Auckland – Applications will close on 15th May 2017
Clinical Nurse Specialist Community Palliative Care | Mercy Hospice Auckland – Applications will close on 16th April 2017
Clinical Nurse Specialist | Palliative Care Advisory Service/ CNS Development Role – Applications close 3rd March 2017
Donny Trust Training Programme – Applications close 20th March 2017
Clinical Coordinator – Hospice Southland – Applications close at 4.00pm, 20th February 2017
Clinical Nurse Specialist Palliative Care | South Canterbury District Health Board – Applications will be accepted until 27 January 2017
2016 Job Postings
Palliative Care Nurse | Inpatient Unit Hospice Waikato – Applications close on Wednesday 16 November 2016
Palliative Care Nurses | Hospice at Home Team Hospice Waikato – Applications close on Wednesday 16 November 2016
Clinical Nurse Specialist – Palliative Care | South Canterbury District Health Board – Applications will be accepted until 14 August 2016
Clinical Nurse Specialist – Otago Community Hospice 05.2016
Clinical Nurse Specialist, Palliative Care Needs Assessment Team – Waipuna Hospice 04.2016
Community Palliative Care Registered Nurse, Bureau – Mercy Hospice 04.2016
Community Palliative Care Registered Nurse – Mercy Hospice 04.2016
Clinical Nurse Specialist, Professional Development Focus – Mary Potter 04.2016 Job Description
Clinical Nurse Specialist, Hospital Palliative Care Team – CCDHB 04.2016 re-advertised
Clinical Nurse Specialist Palliative Care – Hospice West Auckland 02.2016
Specialist Palliative Care Registered Nurse – Hospice West Auckland 02.2016
Nurse Maude Hospice Palliative Care Service
Exciting new services and roles offering unique opportunities to work in specialist palliative care
The Nurse Maude Hospice Palliative Care Service provides specialised care and support for patients who have a life limiting illness using a multidisciplinary approach. Care is centred on the needs of patients and their families/whanau and embraces the physical, social, emotional and spiritual elements of wellbeing – tinana, whanau, hinengaro and wairua – and aims to enhance quality of life.
In 2015, the Government announced extra funding for hospice services. The focus of this funding is for new roles and services that improve the quality of palliative care in aged residential care, primary care and community settings. Extensive consultation with community stakeholders has led to the development of the following new services;
· The establishment of a Palliative Care Clinical Nurse Specialist (PCCNS) role with a gerontology special interest to provide input in hospital level and dementia care Aged Residential Care Facilities (ARCF).
· The establishment of an education programme for informal carers caring for people with life limiting illnesses.
Clinical Nurse Specialists
Applications are invited from experienced Registered Nurses with at least 3 years post registration experience; a post graduate diploma in palliative care (or working towards) and with a keen interest in palliative care and aged care to work in the Community Specialist Palliative Nursing Team. These positions will require the RN to have an in depth knowledge of specialist palliative care whilst working alongside aged residential care staff providing education, expert advice, coaching and support.
Key to this role is the empowerment of staff working in Aged Residential Care Facilities. The successful candidates will have experience with assessment and review of patients with complex needs alongside the ability to build networks and excellent relationships with staff within these facilities.
Education Programme Coordinator
Applications are invited from health professionals with at least 2 years post registration experience and ideally a background in education who are passionate about ensuring families and carers of people with life limiting illness are provided with the education, information and support required to be able to continue caring. The position will require the person to establish, facilitate and coordinate an education programme that encompasses the holistic needs of the patient and family whilst using effective resources. It will require well developed organisational and administration skills. The role will also require a degree of comfort with talking to groups of people and delivering some aspects of the education programme.
For more information please contact Jane Rollings, Service Manager on 03 375 4274 or firstname.lastname@example.org . To apply please visit our website http://www.nursemaude.org.nz/jobs
or post your CV and cover letter to PO Box, 36 126, Merivale, Christchurch.
Closing date for both positions: 3 July 2016