Registered Nurse – Emergency Department (2.0Fte)

Registered Nurse – Emergency Department (2.0Fte)
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Northland District Health Board (Whangarei)



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Nurses

Registered Nurse – Emergency Department (2.0Fte)

Details of the offer

Northland District Health Board advocates for affirmative action and actively seeks Maori into our workforce to reflect the community we serve.
Applications are invited from registered nurses with great practice skills, lots of energy and huge enthusiasm to be part of the Emergency Department Team.
A minimum of five years post registration experience is desirable.
Initiative, professionalism and self-motivation are essential qualities to be part of the team. The work is demanding and rewarding. Emergency nursing courses are offered. The ED team is a very experienced and supportive group.
Vacancy No: NS19-007g
Closes: 20 September 2019


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