If you are up for the challenge of working with a unique team of passionate health professionals then download a copy of the relevant job description and an application form.
Submit an expression of interest letter along with your CV and the completed job application form to: Turanga Health, PO Box 41, Gisborne attn: Human Resources. Or drop it off to Turanga Health, 145 Derby St, Gisborne or email it.
All completed applications for the positions below are to be received at Turanga Health’s main office 145 Derby St, Gisborne, no later than 5pm Friday 11 September 2020.
Tamariki Ora Kaiāwhina
We’re looking for a kaiāwhina/community health worker to join our Tamariki Ora team of kaiāwhina and registered nurses empowering whānau into the future while working within the identified outcomes framework. The successful employee will also work with a team delivering programs to improve health and reduce health inequity in high need areas. The key to this role is your ability to engage a range of stakeholders across the Turanganui-a-Kiwa rohe in settings where families and whānau live, learn, work and play.
Registered Nurse - Community
This registered nurse role is to provide nursing services, including but not limited to, assessments, whānau plans, management and treatment of registered whanau. The person in the role will also review, evaluate and make referrals where appropriate to other internal and external services. Turanga Health has an integrated approach to service delivery so the person in this role will be a part of a wider team where whānau wellbeing is a priority.
E Tipu E Rea Clinical Coordinator
The E Tipu E Rea (ETER) Clinical Coordinator role has been established for the provision of clinical support for māmā and or her tamariki as identified within the ETER program. This person in this role will provide comprehensive, appropriate and timely clinical intervention by working with a hub administrator to support the three community based ETER service providers: Turanga Health, Ngāti Porou Hauora and Hauora Hauiti. The coordinator will receive, capture, process and allocate referrals. They will also connect with whānau when required, analyse data and trends, capture the whānau voice to evaluate the program, and guide changes and improvements. The role also requires the coordinator to work with other community service providers to ensure good connections for whānau within the scope of ETER.