Te Kaunihera Tapuhi o Aotearoa (The Nursing Council of New Zealand) is a well-respected organisation, both nationally and internationally. The Council is responsible for the regulation of nurses with the primary focus of protecting the public by ensuring that nurses are competent and fit to practise.
We are passionate, committed and take pride in the work we do. We enjoy coming to work every day, working with great people, and making a difference by the work we achieve.
We are values driven and hold these close to our hearts. Our values are: Whakahoatanga tikanga rua
- We honour our bicultural partnership Mahi ngātahi ā mana
- We work collaboratively with integrity respecting each other Whai haepapa whai
- We are accountable, effective and efficient Arataki, ako, whakapai ake
- We lead learn and improve Wairua tōkeke hauora
- We set standards to improve health equity About the role
Working closely with the Director and Manager, this role is key to advising on the registration and recertification of nurses and nurse practitioners. Our environment is fast-paced, and you will have the opportunity to work with a wide range of people.
This role will provide high quality professional advice to the Registration team, as well as connecting directly with nurses. Examples of the work you will be involved with include:
- Providing advice on registration and recertification applications
- Researching and providing information to assist with decision making
- Facilitating and moderating the nurse practitioner application and registration process
- Communicating with applicants in an effective and empathetic way
- Triaging and responding to queries from nurses and the public
The way we work together matters and you will be joining a collaborative, inclusive team that works as one. We are supportive of learning and our approach to our work is underpinned by our values. About you
You will have knowledge of New Zealand nursing. You will have an impeccable customer service focus, effective communication skills, and the ability to think critically and independently balanced with seeking assistance when you are not sure. You will also have:
- High level written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to plan, prioritise and multi-task to meet deadlines
- An awareness of and commitment to te Tiriti o Waitangi
- A calm and considered approach towards complex issues
- Strong relationship building skills with exceptional stakeholder engagement ability
- A post-graduate qualification in nursing or a health-related area, and a current practising certificate
If this role sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you! We have partnered with Kin to fill this vital role. Apply now with a CV and cover letter or if you have any questions, please contact Tracey Fletcher on [email protected]