Full-Time Experienced Community Forensic Nurse – Te Ara Kaupare Youth Forensic Service
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Ngaakau Tapatahi Trust provides corporate support including Human Resource management to Ngaa Ringa Awhina, a Kaupapa Maaori Adult and Youth Forensic Community Based service in the Midland Region. We are currently recruiting on behalf of Ngaa Ringa Awhina for the role of:
EXPERIENCED COMMUNITY FORENSIC NURSE
Te Ara Kaupare Youth Forensic Service
If you have a strong interest in working with youth joining the Ngaa Ringa Awhina Youth Forensic Services may be the change you are looking for. Key responsibilities are to fulfil generic and discipline-specific specialist mental health assessment and potential treatment in relation to the bio-psychosocial well-being of whaanau with an identified psychiatric illness via a Court Liaison process of referral.
You will have a professional approach and work collaboratively with other personnel to ensure the best possible support is provided for whaanau. You will exhibit high personal and proficient standards in accordance with professional best practice, and the role will suit confident communicators who can accurately record their work in a clinical management system. The role is predominantly based in the community but there is opportunity to expand your knowledge in a sub-acute in-patient setting . We are a kaupapa Maaori service that believes having a diverse work force allows us to support individuals and their whaanau. The ability to speak Te Reo is not a prerequisite and you may not have experience in a kaupapa Maori environment previously but if you have a desire to understand and support Tikanga Maori this may offer you an opportunity to grow and be nurtured within a Kaupapa Maaori environment.
We acknowledge that each person is an individual and brings unique skills and experience with them to the kaupapa and offer opportunities for professional growth and development. The kaupapa is a supportive environment that ensures no one works in isolation and a collaborative approach is expected.
- Registered with NZ Nursing Council
- Current Annual Practising Certificate
Those employed by Ngaakau Tapatahi:
- Must comply with the requirements of the Vulnerable Children’s Act 2014 in full
- Have a clean Police Vetting record, this will include any charges under the * Criminal records (Clean Slate ) Act 2004
- Hold a current, clean full New Zealand Driver’s License, as driving is a requirement of this position.
If you are interested please do not delay get in touch today!
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
How to ApplyTo begin the application process email your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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