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Clinical Lead – Registered Nurse

Job posted: 28/02/2023
Job closes: 26/03/2023

Company/Organisation Name:

Te Hā Oranga

Company/Organisation Website:

About the Company/Organisation

Te Hā Oranga is a Māori Health Provider that delivers a diverse range of Primary Health Care services.  Our Organisation is committed to Kaupapa Māori Tikanga and Principals.

How to Apply

To apply for this role, send your cover letter and CV to

Applications for this position close Friday 26th February 2023

Job Description


Are you up for a challenge? Wanting to make a 'real' difference?

We are looking for a Nurse Lead to join our team of mobile nurses in Dargaville, who is a dynamic, strong, motivated and positive person.

About the role 

This role will be located in Dargaville and will involve leading a team of nurses in their clinical practice, providing clinical guidance to the organisation and carrying a small case load as a Senior Registered Nurse.

This role is currently for 40 hours per week.

We are looking for a person who

  • aligns with our values and are passionate about our kaupapa
  • genuinely embrace our commitment to Māori and Pasifika
  • is committed to respecting the rights and supporting those with health needs
  • is able to manage a dynamic team while allowing them to take the lead when appropriate, and will remain professional at all times

To be considered for this role it is essential you

  • have a degree in any of the applicable health professions
  • be a registered nurse and have a current practicing certificate
  • have obtained NZ police vetting clearance
  • be eligible to work in New Zealand
  • have clinical leadership experience and skills
  • have management experience and skills
  • are able to demonstrate knowledge and ability to undertake a comprehensive nursing assessment and appropriate care planning requirement
  • display excellent cultural competency and specific knowledge of models and frameworks specific to Māori and Pasifika participants
  • understand and effectively use Māori health models (e.g. Te Whare Tapa Wha) in treatment

and preferably you

  • have experience working for a Māori Provider
  • have experience working within funding contracts


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