- Lead a team of dedicated palliative care community nurses
- Make a difference by empowering your team in their provision of holistic care
- Join a progressive multi-disciplinary team. Contribute to clinical strategy
About the mahi
The Community Nurse Team Leader oversees our dedicated and professional team of community nurses at Harbour Hospice North Shore. In this role, you’ll draw on inspirational leadership qualities to coach and mentor the team and ensure provision of high-quality palliative care that meets the growing needs of patients, whānau and families. As a key member of the Clinical Leadership Team, you’ll contribute to the development and delivery of the clinical strategy and with an organisational view, focus on continuous improvement, quality and safety of care. You’ll role model and actively promote a workplace culture which embraces and reflects our core values – to be compassionate, inclusive and professional – at all times.
About you | Mōhou ake
We're looking for a collaborative Registered Nurse leader who enjoys motivating and developing individuals and teams. You’ll demonstrate experience of building positive and cohesive team cultures, especially in hybrid working environments. You will also bring:
- Registration with the Nursing Council of New Zealand
- Postgraduate diploma in specialty nursing practice preferable
- Minimum of 5 years’ experience in palliative care or similar specialty
- A valid, clean full NZ driver’s licence
You will have a focus on quality improvements and be adaptive to progressive work environments. Most of all, you’ll be compassionate, professional, and driven to value your team, enabling them to deliver the best care possible every day.
About us | Ko mātou tēnei
Harbour Hospice is one of the largest hospices in Aotearoa and has been caring for tūroro (patients) and their family and whānau for 40 years. Every day we care for close to 400 people across the North Shore, Hibiscus Coast and Warkworth/Wellsford regions, supporting them at home, in one of our two inpatient units, or in community programmes offered at each of our three sites.
Our bespoke services given free of charge, include medical care, spiritual, psychological and social support, physio, occupational and complementary therapy, social activities and more.
What’s in it for you?
You’ll join an organisation that places aroha and manaakitanga at the core of everything that we do. You’ll be welcomed with an in-depth induction and as an integral leader, you’ll attend our Spirited Leadership Programme and be paired with an external coach to continue to grow your leadership competence. As a member of the Clinical Leadership Team, you’ll help to shape strategy to meet the growing palliative care needs of our North Shore community. Where possible our people work with a hybrid working model in order to facilitate and maximise our service delivery options. Best of all, you’ll make an immeasurable impact on the lives of patients, whānau and families.
How to apply
For more information or to obtain a position description call Peggy Newton, Recruitment Specialist, on 021 241 5567 or click below to submit your application online. Be sure to include a cover letter about you and why you’d like to join the team.
Harbour Hospice is taking a proactive and genuine approach to bring us closer to being an authentic Treaty Partner with Māori. We are committed to being an inclusive organisation and one that reflects the diversity of the community we serve. We welcome applications from all backgrounds who share our values.