work with us
Working for Ngāti Porou Hauora isn’t just a job, it's a lifestyle.
With us you will develop professional skills in a varied, supported and accelerated learning environment whilst being part of a
close-knit regional community at the centre of the universe.
Work and live in one of the world’s most stunning and undiscovered places. A lifestyle that includes beachfront accommodation, fishing and hunting trips, learning Te Reo Māori (Māori language), climbing Mt Hikurangi to be the first to see a new day, surf and kayak in uncrowded crystal blue waters.
Be part of the movement to transform rural and indigenous health, and join our globally respected network of partners. Our research and innovation centre will provide opportunity to contribute to cutting edge thinking, and link with like minded colleagues who are passionate about addressing health inequity.
We are always looking for good people to join us. Contact us today to discuss permanent and locum opportunities.
There’s no place like home!
If you are thinking about bringing your skills home to help our people, or connecting to your turangawaewae for the first time, we would love to hear from you.
We provide an immersive learning experience for students looking to incorporate rural, indigenous and community health into their training.
In partnership with Otago University, we offer a range of opportunities to support doctors, nurses, midwives and allied health professionals to improve their skills through practical experience in our unique context.
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Clinical Nurse Team Leader - Te Whare Hauora o Ngati Porou
Bring your clinical nursing experience, team management and leadership skills to really make a difference to the health and care of our hospital patients.
Oversight of the clinical care provided to support patients.
Leadership of the ward nursing team.
Building and maintaining strong relationships with stakeholders.
Registered Nurse with a current Annual Practising Certificate.
Excellent people management and organisational skills.
Have the ability to manage competing priorities
Strong leadership skills to motivate and mentor a team
Good understanding of the Health and Disability Service Standard
Single accommodation is available.
NZ citizens and permanent residents with a working visa are welcome to apply.
Click here for Job Description
Job descriptions and application forms are also available from:
Ph: (06) 864 6803 ext 7012
Doctor and Nurse Locum
There are often opportunities to locum with us, especially for doctors and nurses. We would love to talk to you about this more.
For more information contact:
Phone: (06) 864 6803 ext 7424
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