Acute Clinician

Job Number: 
HAW02127
Company: 
Hawke’s Bay District Health Board.
Location: 
Hawke's Bay
Work Type: 
Part Time
Closing Date: 
Monday, 25 February 2019

Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi. Engari, he toa takitini.

Success is not the work of one, but the work of many.

  • Permanent, part-time
  • 0.4FTE - 32 hours per fortnight

 

The Hawke's Bay District Health Board is an increasingly innovative organisation providing opportunities to make a difference to patients and to the wider health sector.

An opportunity has arisen for an Acute Clinician (Registered Health Practitioner) to work at Te Harakeke Child, Adolescent and Family Service. The purpose of this role is to provide assessment and treatment to children and youth presenting acutely to mental health services.

This role works with youth, families, whanau and caregivers and will provide you with plenty of variety and challenge.We are a passionate multi-disciplinary team which brings with it professional growth and strong collegial support.In addition to working with young people and their family, we are also driven to develop resources within the Hawke's Bay community, and you are able to contribute to the wider sector in the Hawke's Bay.

Experience in the field of mental health is vital and a passion for working with those with mental health problems. The successful candidate must have good communication skills and be willing to liaise with professionals from different agencies both internal and external to the DHB.

We have a strong professional development programme for the year ahead as part of the Ngātahi project, which will provide opportunities for professional growth and development.Hawke's Bay is on the East Coast of the North Island of New Zealand is famous for a warm and sunny climate, fine wine and Art Deco architecture. There are excellent schools and a wide range of sporting and leisure opportunities. Overall the Hawke's Bay offers an enviable lifestyle to you and your family.

Contact Tafadzwa Mavhungafor more information on 06 878 8109 ext. 5802.