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Theatre Registered Nurse

Position #Applications ClosesWork Type
1008760 21 February 2020 Full time

About us

At Mercy Hospital continuing the legacy of our founders matters to us – this means creating an environment where exceptional care makes a difference. A shared purpose achieved by our outstanding team.

We are an elective surgery hospital dedicated to providing high standards of care to our patients, staff and wider community through our focus on values, sustainability, charitable outreach and excellent service.

Our staff are provided support for further training, personal development and an extensive range of benefits including (but not limited to):

  • flexible working hours
  • Monday to Friday work week
  • free on-site parking
  • access to staff discount for some surgical procedures
  • subsidised health insurance and meals for staff.

About the Role

The Registered Nurse role in our busy theatre department is responsible for provision of safe, effective and evidenced based Nursing care.

The successful applicant must be an experienced Registered Nurse in Theatre with the Nursing Council of New Zealand and hold a current annual practising certificate.

Specific duties include:

  • Assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating care that is responsive to patients needs and is supported by best evidence
  • Practising in accordance with the Domains of Competence for the Registered Nurse
  • Creating a conducive environment for patient and family participation in care that is reflective of a healing environment.

Skills and Experience:

  • At least 3 years’ experience preferred
  • Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent clinical assessment skills
  • A positive and flexible attitude
  • Demonstrate a commitment to learning and professional development.

How to Apply

Click here to complete an application.  

For further information about the role please email HR Enquiries Please note we do not accept applications via email. 

Applications close 21 February 2020.


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