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At South Seas, we are focused on recruiting great people that fit with our culture to deliver excellent services that meet the needs of our community.

Our people are the key to our service delivery. Our staff are valued and empowered to help us realise our vision of excellent health and well-being for Pacific people and all communities.

Our mission is to improve the health status for Pacific families and communities by providing increased access to and improving the quality of comprehensive primary, preventative and social services.

Our values as an Employer

Respect 

Acting with respect and humility, honouring the dignity of our patients, families, communities and other staff, ensuring that Pacific values including spirituality are inherent in our procedures

Family 

Acknowledging the family as the heart of all Pacific communities

Collaboration

Working with Pacific families, all communities and other service providers to support Pacific people to lead healthier lifestyles

Integrity

Delivering quality health and social services, exceeding the expectations of our communities

Service 

Commitment to serving the needs of Pacific people, our families and communities

Why work at South Seas?

  • Realise the opportunity to serve your community
  • Work across a broad community base with varied needs
  • Receive hands-on, culturally appropriate mentoring, training and development
  • Reach your potential with excellent prospects for career progression and development

Recruitment Process

  • Apply for a listed job or email us your CV to be kept on file
  • If we think you could be the right person for the role, you’ll be asked to complete a phone interview with one of our managers
  • If you’re successful, we will invite you in for a face to face interview
  • Then, if you’re just what we’re looking for we will make you an offer and you’ll be asked to sign and return an employment contract

Current Vacancies

1 FTE: REGISTERED NURSE = MANA KIDZ SCHOOL BASED RHEUMATIC FEVER PROGRAM

The Mana Kidz goal is to improve the health of our children and reduce ethnic inequalities in health outcomes for certain targeted preventable conditions and reduce the rates of hospitalisation in primary school aged children for these health conditions (rheumatic fever and skin infections).

Mana Kidz is a Registered Nurse (RN) led, primary school-based health service that enables RNs to address a number of important health issues. The RNs work alongside Whānau Support Workers (WSW) and closely with the school communities to maximise the opportunity for assessment and treatment, and to deliver broad health promotion/education messages. A whānau centric approach is embedded in this programme in order to improve the general health and wellbeing of both children and their whānau.

Requirements for applicants:

  • You are a registered nurse with experience in Child health and current knowledge of primary healthcare setting, population health and whānau ora experience.
  • You are a registered nurse working towards a post graduate study in Child health / Youth health.
  • You are legally eligible to work in New Zealand.
  • You hold a current New Zealand practising certificate.
  • You are committed to working as part of a health team of registered nurses, whānau support workers, and management.
  • You hold a current full, clean NZ Drivers licence.
  • You are Proficient with Medtech 32 and Microsoft office packages.
  • You have a positive attitude and excellent communication and personal skills.

Benefits:

  • Good remuneration offered to the right person
  • Professional development
  • Multicultural team approach

For a detailed job description please send your cover letter and CV via email to Irene Harrison at irene.harrison@southseas.org.nz

The closing date for applications is Wednesday, 31 July 2019.

Well Child Nurse

The Well Child Nurses’ goal is to improve the health and wellbeing of our Pacific children and reduce inequalities in health outcomes for targeted preventable conditions thus reducing the rates of hospitalisation in young children.

The Well Child Service is a free health service available to all children living in NZ. SouthSeas Well Child Service is a home-based service for the 0-5years old Pacific children and their families living in Counties Manukau area.

This role involves a comprehensive orientation programme by SouthSeas Well Child team and organisation.

Requirements for applicants:

  • You are a registered nurse with experience in Child health and current knowledge of primary healthcare setting, population health and whānau ora experience.
  • You are a registered nurse working towards a post graduate study in Child health / Youth health.
  • You are legally eligible to work in New Zealand.
  • You hold a current New Zealand practising certificate.
  • You are committed to working as part of a health team of registered nurses, whānau support workers, and management.
  • You hold a current full, clean NZ Drivers licence.
  • You are Proficient with Medtech 32 and Microsoft office packages.
  • You have a positive attitude and excellent communication and personal skills.

Benefits:

  • Good remuneration offered to the right person
  • On-going training and development
  • Flexible working hours

To apply for this role, please send your cover letter and CV via email to Fetalai.Faifua@southseas.org.nz

The closing date for applications is Wednesday, 31 July 2019.

Expressions of Interest

Email

Phone 09 273 9017

South Seas Healthcare

Physical address: 14 Fair Mall, Auckland 2023
Phone: 09 273 9017

Clinic opening hours

Monday – Friday: 8 am – 6pm
Saturday: 8 am – 1 pm
Sunday: CLOSED
Public Holidays: CLOSED

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