Nurse Educator NETP - Nelson/Marlborough at Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand Nelson Marlborough, Nelson Hospital
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
New Entry to Practice (NETP) programme
District wide focus across the Nelson and Marlborough regions, requiring travel.
12-month, fixed-term 1.0 FTE position working 80 hours/fortnight (Monday to Friday)
Be part of Te Whatu Ora team, and strategically contribute to the realisation of Pae Ora.
- Are you flexible, progressive and able to extend and develop the Nursing New Entry to Practice Programme (NETP)?
- Take advantage of this opportunity to have a greater impact on patient outcomes by having a key role in workforce development.
Ngā mōhiohio e pā ana ki tēnei mahi (About this position)
The Nurse Educator NETP is a key member of the Te Whatu Ora Nelson Marlborough - s strategic development workforce team.
This district-wide role will work collaboratively alongside all areas, within our region, that have employed a New Entry to Practice (NETP) nurse including primary health organisations, secondary services, Māori health providers and aged care facilities.
As a Nurse Educator NETP - you will be pivotal in the professional development of our new graduate workforce. You will lead the development of this new role and will support the transition to competence for our new practitioners.
You will coach and educate staff to their best potential resulting in improved experiences for our health consumers. You will work alongside the nursing and clinical teams to lead and develop ongoing educational strategies that develop the confidence and competence of our graduates in their first year of practice.
Ko wai he kaitono tōtika? (Who is an appropriate applicant?)
- Have a commitment to improving health outcomes for our community.
- Bring a comprehensive knowledge of the nursing workforce and support the development of the sustainable, diverse, skilled, and confident nurses of the future.
- Understand and apply the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and lead this in daily practice.
- Bring a sound understanding of key issues contributing to Māori health inequalities and a genuine commitment to improved Māori and Pacifica health outcomes.
- Have a commitment to embed a culture of continuous learning and quality improvement, innovation in the new graduates undertaking their first year of practice.
- Be an experienced, resilient and adaptable registered nurse with a current practicing certificate and extensive nursing experience.
- Have excellent communication and engagement skills, and you will have demonstrated your ability to understand and to teach adults in both formal and informal setting.
- Have demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with a variety of team members to achieve excellent programme outcomes.
- Have a current Expert portfolio (or working towards) and a Certificate in Adult Teaching Level 4, as well as Masters of Nursing level post graduate education or working towards (essential).
It would also be an asset if you had an established understanding of, and network within, our local health communities.
Ā mātou rōpū (About our team)
Te Whatu Ora, Health NZ (Nelson Marlborough), is the main health provider for the Te Tau Ihu, the top of the south. Nearly 3,000 strong, we are Nelson and Marlborough - s largest employer, which means the opportunities here are endless. Our main locations are Nelson and Wairau Hospitals, and the Richmond and Marlborough Health Hubs, but we are spread across the region and service all parts of the community. Our work can be challenging, but we are up for it. We have a great team and we work hard to make a difference. We value integrity, innovation, respect and teamwork.
Ētahi atu mōhiohio (More Information)
Ngā huanga o tēnei mahi (The benefits of this position)
If you are looking for a new role, working alongside an enthusiastic and supportive team that is focused on constantly improving the level of care provided across our region, this is the role for you.
Situated at the top of the South Island, the Marlborough and Nelson/Tasman regions offer an amazing variety of leisure pursuits, beaches, rivers and national parks with great opportunities for outdoor activities such as kayaking, mountain biking, tramping, skiing, golf, sailing, as well as abundant sunshine and outstanding scenery.
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The salary for this designated senior nurse position is Grade 2 ($112,660 to $123,955) based on the current NZNO MECA and registration in New Zealand.
Me pēhea ahau e tono ai? (How do I apply?)
For general enquiries please contact our recruitment team on email@example.com or 03 539 5746. For role specific information please contact Jodi Miller, Associate Director of Nursing - Workforce Development at Jodi.Miller@nmdhb.govt.nz or phone 022 021 9032.
Keen to apply now, it - s easy. Please fill in our online application form.
Applications close: Open until filled. Applications will be reviewed as received.
Te Whatu Ora strongly endorses Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
We believe that to achieve equity in health outcomes for Māori we need a workforce reflective of the population it serves. We strongly encourage applications from candidates who identify as Māori and we recruit for cultural competence.
He waka eke noa. We are all in this together.
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Employer:||Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand Nelson Marlborough|
|Position type:||Permanent Full time|
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