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Surgical Jobs2021-08-05T21:09:52+00:00
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FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITIES AT ONE OF NEW ZEALAND’S LEADING SURGICAL HOSPITALS

We are inviting applications from experienced Registered Nurses to become part of an experienced healthcare team at one of New Zealand’s largest private surgical hospitals.

This opportunity is based in Hamilton, the vibrant hub of the beautiful Waikato region, in the upper North Island. Successful applicants can look forward to a competitive salary and excellent career progression.

The current opportunities are for Theatre Nurses (Cardiac and Orthopaedic), Surgical Nurses, ICU/HDU Nurses and, Specialist Medical Oncologists.

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Working in NZ Health specialises in health recruitment and immigration. Working closely with this healthcare provider, we will fully support you with your job application, visa, and your move to New Zealand.

This opportunity provides the ideal work-life balance – the chance to develop your career while you enjoy the wonderful natural beauty and outdoor lifestyle New Zealand has to offer.

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Theatre Nurses, Orthopaedics - Hamilton

We are seeking an experienced and dedicated registered nurses to join the friendly operating theatre team at one of New Zealand’s leading private surgical hospitals.

 

Experience in orthopaedic surgery is required.

 

About

Based in the Waikato region, this rapidly growing prestigious hospital provides state of the art technology and facilities.

 

They provide a comprehensive range of surgical and medical services for both day and inpatient surgery and dedicated to providing the highest quality care.  

With over 100 specialists, the hospital comprises 9 operating theatres, 2 endoscopy suites, 85 surgical beds, a 5-bed HDU/ICU plus a 9-chair chemotherapy unit.

 

We are looking for experience nurses who have:

  • A minimum of one year’s operating theatre experience
  • Experience in orthopaedic surgery
  • Be able to scrub and circulate for a variety of surgeries
  • The ability to work effectively within a team environment
  • Holds a current APC, or eligible for registration with the Nursing Council of New Zealand

 

Benefits:

  • Comprehensive orientation and induction
  • Access to ongoing education opportunities
  • Nursing Council of New Zealand approved PDRP
  • Christmas shut down
  • Great remuneration package
  • Peri-operative Educator support
  • Rotating rostered shifts from 0700hrs to 2030hrs or as service delivery needs.

 

Culture

The focus is very much on providing excellent patient care within a supportive team environment. You can expect a good work/life balance with a fun, social, friendly workplace.

 

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PLEASE UPLOAD A CURRENT CV WHEN SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION. THIS WILL HELP US TO CONSIDER YOUR SUITABILITY FOR THE ROLE. THANK YOU!

 

Working In NZ Health are healthcare recruitment and immigration specialists. We are partnered with a large healthcare network throughout New Zealand and have new roles daily. Please find out more or check out other available positions here: https://workingin-health.co.nz/

 



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Theatre Nurses, Cardiac - Hamilton

We are seeking an experienced and dedicated registered nurses to join the friendly operating theatre team at one of New Zealand’s leading private surgical hospital.

Experience in cardiac surgery is required.

 

About

Based in the Waikato region, this rapidly growing prestigious hospital provides state of the art technology and facilities.

They provide a comprehensive range of surgical and medical services for both day and inpatient surgery and dedicated to providing the highest quality care.  

With over 100 specialists, the hospital comprises 9 operating theatres, 2 endoscopy suites, 85 surgical beds, a 5-bed HDU/ICU plus a 9-chair chemotherapy unit.

 

We are looking for experienced nurses who have:

  • A minimum of one year’s operating theatre experience
  • Experience in cardiac surgery
  • Be able to scrub and circulate for a variety of surgeries
  • The ability to work effectively within a team environment
  • Holds a current APC, or eligible for registration with the Nursing Council of New Zealand

 

Benefits:

  • Comprehensive orientation and induction
  • Access to ongoing education opportunities
  • Nursing Council of New Zealand approved PDRP
  • Christmas shut down
  • Great remuneration package
  • Peri-operative Educator support
  • Rotating rostered shifts from 0700hrs to 2030hrs or as service delivery needs.

 

Culture

The focus is very much on providing excellent patient care within a supportive team environment. You can expect a good work/life balance with a fun, social, friendly workplace.

 

INTERVIEWING NOW!

 

PLEASE UPLOAD A CURRENT CV WHEN SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION. THIS WILL HELP US TO CONSIDER YOUR SUITABILITY FOR THE ROLE. THANK YOU!

 

Working In NZ Health are healthcare recruitment and immigration specialists. We are partnered with a large healthcare network throughout New Zealand and have new roles daily. Please find out more or check out other available positions here: https://workingin-health.co.nz/

 

 

 



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Registered Nurses, Surgical - Hamilton

We are looking for experienced registered nurses to join the friendly surgical team in the inpatient ward at one of New Zealand’s leading private surgical hospitals.  

 

The inpatient ward is a busy and fast paced surgical ward with differing acuity levels and often with a high patient turnover. Patients’ surgeries range from minor procedures to highly complex procedures where no two days are the same.

 

About

Based in the Waikato region, this rapidly growing prestigious hospital provides state of the art technology and facilities.

 

They provide a comprehensive range of surgical and medical services for both day and inpatient surgery and dedicated to providing the highest quality care.  

With over 100 specialists, the hospital comprises 9 operating theatres, 2 endoscopy suites, 85 surgical beds, a 5-bed HDU/ICU plus a 9-chair chemotherapy unit.

 

We are looking for experienced nurses who have:

  • Sound general surgical and cardiac experience.
  • Ideally 4-5 years working in a surgical hospital.
  • Holds a current APC, or eligible for registration with the Nursing Council of New Zealand
  • Exceptional communication skills - oral and written.
  • Excellent time management.
  • A passion for providing a high standard of nursing care with a positive demeanour.
  • Sound clinical nursing skills with the ability to lead a team and co-ordinate after hours.
  • The willingness to go the extra mile with a ‘can do’ attitude, including teaching and mentoring others.
  • The flexibility to work rostered shifts.

 

Benefits:

  • Variety of clinical work in a well-maintained environment.
  • Guaranteed Christmas break to enjoy with friends and family (planned Christmas closure).
  • Great remuneration package.
  • Subsidised restaurant quality meals.
  • Comprehensive orientation with access to ongoing education opportunities.

Culture

The focus is very much on providing excellent patient care within a supportive team environment. You can expect a good work/life balance with a fun, social, friendly workplace.

 

INTERVIEWING NOW!

 

PLEASE UPLOAD A CURRENT CV WHEN SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION. THIS WILL HELP US TO CONSIDER YOUR SUITABILITY FOR THE ROLE. THANK YOU!

 

Working In NZ Health are healthcare recruitment and immigration specialists. We are partnered with a large healthcare network throughout New Zealand and have new roles daily. Please find out more or check out other available positions here: https://workingin-health.co.nz/

 

 

 



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Registered Nurses, ICU/HDU - Hamilton

We are looking for experienced ICU/HDU Registered Nurses to join the team in the Acute Services department at one of New Zealand’s leading private surgical hospital.

 

The Special Care Unit is a busy and fast paced unit providing care for patient’s post cardiac surgery and, HDU level patients. 

 

About

Based in the Waikato region, this rapidly growing prestigious hospital provides state of the art technology and facilities.

 

They provide a comprehensive range of surgical and medical services for both day and inpatient surgery and dedicated to providing the highest quality care.  

With over 100 specialists, the hospital comprises 9 operating theatres, 2 endoscopy suites, 85 surgical beds, a 5-bed HDU/ICU plus a 9-chair chemotherapy unit.

 

We are looking for experienced nurses who have:

  • A passion for delivering exceptional nursing care with the patient at the centre of care
  • Outstanding clinical skills
  • Relevant ICU/HDU experience
  • The ability to work successfully within a team environment
  • Effective communication skills, both oral and written
  • A positive disposition and willingness to go the extra mile
  • Holds a current APC, or eligible for registration with the Nursing Council of New Zealand

 

Benefits:

  • Comprehensive orientation and induction
  • Access to ongoing education opportunities
  • Nursing Council of New Zealand approved PDRP
  • Christmas shut down
  • Great remuneration package

 

Culture

The focus is very much on providing excellent patient care within a supportive team environment. You can expect a good work/life balance with a fun, social, friendly workplace.

 

INTERVIEWING NOW!

 

PLEASE UPLOAD A CURRENT CV WHEN SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION. THIS WILL HELP US TO CONSIDER YOUR SUITABILITY FOR THE ROLE. THANK YOU!

 

Working In NZ Health are healthcare recruitment and immigration specialists. We are partnered with a large healthcare network throughout New Zealand and have new roles daily. Please find out more or check out other available positions here: https://workingin-health.co.nz/

 



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Specialist Medical Oncologists - Hamilton

We are inviting applications from Specialist Medical Oncologists with interests in Breast, Genitourinary, Prostrate and Lung cancers to join the team at one of New Zealand’s largest and busiest private surgical and medical hospitals.

 

Based in Hamilton in the beautiful, family friendly Waikato region, this hospital provides state of the art technology and facilities dedicated to providing the highest quality care with more than 100 specialists. 

 

New Medical Oncology Services Building

 

In response to consistent growth, this leading regional centre for private oncology surgery, will be opening a brand-new purpose-built Medical Oncology Services Building in May 2021. This will comprise of radiology imaging, consultation rooms and a class leading 13 bay medical oncology suite.

This is an excellent time to join and lead the team.

 

You will require: 

  • To provide a level of service that meets the goals and objectives of this hospital.
  • Clinical Competence with sound knowledge base with reference to accepted standards of Medical Oncology Practice.
  • Advanced specialty knowledge and practice expertise.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills (written and oral) in English.

To be eligible for this role you will:

  • Be a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP) OR hold a recognised equivalent overseas qualification suitable for obtaining Vocational registration (Internal Medicine – Medical Oncology) with the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ).
  • Meet Credentialing Policy and approval.

 

Depending on the specialist this may be a permanent position or has the flexibility to provide the opportunity to start up your own private practice with full support.

 

 

Remuneration is negotiable subject to experience.

 

We welcome international applications – a relocation package will be offered to successful applicants.

 

For further information please email jo.bradshaw@workingin.com

 

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Working In NZ Health are healthcare recruitment and immigration specialists. We are partnered with a large healthcare network throughout New Zealand and have new roles daily. Please find out more or check out other available positions here: https://workingin-health.co.nz/

 

 

 



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About This Employer

The Waikato’s leading private surgical hospital is dedicated to providing the highest standards of clinical care in a caring and supportive environment.

With nine operating theatres and two endoscopy suites supporting a full range of surgical specialities, and an increasing number of medical specialties, this hospital team pride themselves on five-star treatment of patients, visitors, and health professionals.

Recent development has seen the hospital evolve into a modern and well-equipped healthcare facility, most recently introducing additional theatres and beds, as well as a new oncology department currently under construction.

The hospital offers both day and inpatient private surgery services and an increasing number of medical services.

They have more than 100 credentialed surgeons, physicians and anaesthetists in Hamilton, all supported by a team of 230 highly qualified, skilled and dedicated staff, working with state-of-the-art facilities and medical equipment.

THEIR WAY

Their new raison d’etre was coined by past chairman and specialist anaesthetist, Dr Hugh Clarkson.

It acknowledges that engaged staff are their most valuable resource.

As part of this philosophy, the hospital prides itself on its friendly, well qualified and professional staff, who take a personalised approach to individualised patient care. As such, this employer is committed to professional development to ensure the skills of the staff are current, and in line with contemporary practice.

Living the dream lifestyle

If you’ve ever dreamed of experiencing the ‘Kiwi lifestyle’, Hamilton City in the Waikato Region is the ideal place to do it.

Hamilton was named New Zealand’s ‘Most Beautiful Large City’ in 2020. With its stunning parks and ‘Mighty’ Waikato River running through it, Hamilton is a picturesque and peaceful city that doesn’t suffer from overcrowded or time-wasting traffic congestion.

Centrally located in the upper North Island, the Waikato Region is home to some of the country’s most spectacular sights and exciting things to do.

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BEACHES, FORESTS AND CAVES

A 40-minute drive west will take you to some of the country’s best surf beaches by the town of Raglan, including the world-famous left-hand break at Manu Bay

Head east for two hours and you’ll arrive in the Coromandel area to discover lush native forests with endless tracks to explore, and beautiful golden sand beaches, including the stunning Cathedral Cove.

An absolute ‘must see’, just one hour south from Hamilton, are the Waitomo Caves. Take a boat ride through the underground grotto and marvel at thousands of magical glow worms. Or, if you’re feeling more adventurous, give black water rafting a go. Abseil into the depths of the earth, zip line through a glow worm studded cave, climb underground waterfalls and tube through fast-flowing waters.

SKIING – WATER OR SNOW

Two hours drive south of Hamilton brings you to Lake Taupo, New Zealand’s largest lake, with world-famous trout fishing and scores of other water and land adventure activities to throw yourself into. A further 1-hour’s drive takes you to Tongariro National Park and Mt Ruapehu, home to the North Island’s best ski fields.

HOT POOLS AND COOL BARS

Also, within two hours drive of Hamilton, you can explore the neighbouring Bay of Plenty Region – home to Rotorua with its famous geothermal pools and geysers. And, if you feel like exploring New Zealand’s biggest city, a short drive north will take you to Auckland with it’s amazing restaurants and vibrant nightlife.

CLIMATE

Hamilton enjoys a temperate climate with moderate seasonal variations. The average daily February high-temperate of 24°C drops to 14°C degrees in July. On average there are 241 rain-free days with August having the highest average rainfall days at 13.

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CRITICAL WORKERS

Despite border closures, critical health workers, including their partners and children, are eligible to enter New Zealand. If you’re a qualified health professional, don’t miss this fantastic opportunity.

BUSINESS IN THE WAIKATO REGION

The Waikato Region is the fourth largest contributor to the New Zealand economy, behind Auckland, Canterbury and Wellington. These are Waikato’s largest business sectors:

PRIMARY AND RELATED PROCESSING

  • Highest milk production and largest dairy processor in New Zealand. Significant Fonterra presence and value-added processing.
  • Largest processing region for beef exports.
  • Largest proportion of plantation forests and significant proportion of major wood processors.
  • Second only to Marlborough Sounds for number of aquaculture farms and farmed area.

INFRASTRUCTURE RELATED

  • Largest generator of electricity.
  • Largest producer of bituminous coal.
  • Multiple energy sources – Waikato River (hydro), geothermal, biofuels, coal.
  • Long history of gold and silver mining, and aggregate quarries and sand mines.

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

  • Wide range of materials, machinery and equipment manufacturing businesses built off the back of strengths in dairy, forestry and food production.

INTERNATIONALLY-ORIENTATED SERVICES

  • University of Waikato and Wintec offer degree-conferring programmes with partner institutions in China.
  • Nationally significant attractions including Waitomo Caves, Cathedral Cove, Hobbiton and Lake Taupo.

A KEY HUB

Location is at the heart of Waikato’s advantage with good connections to large and growing populations in Auckland and Tauranga.

Freight between Waikato, Auckland and the Bay of Plenty represents over half of New Zealand’s freight movements, via excellent transport links to Auckland International Airport and the Ports of Auckland and Tauranga for imports and exports.

Working In are proud to be the chosen partner for this healthcare provider’s recruitment and immigration on this exciting project. Based in Auckland, our health recruitment team and experienced Licensed Immigration Advisors will assist you through the whole process. You will also receive guidance and support from our UK based expert.

We have been helping employers recruit skilled people to New Zealand for over 20 years and we’re passionate about making your dream life in New Zealand a reality.

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