Registered Nurse

Get visa sponsorship in Te Puke, Bay of Plenty as Registered Nurse. Please note that you will have to make your own enquiries with the employer directly.
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Explore exciting Registered Nurse opportunities in Te Puke, a vibrant horticultural hub. Join our care home and enhance your career in aged care. Full time, part time, fixed term, or casual options available to suit your needs.

Job title
Registered Nurse
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Te Puke, Bay of Plenty
Healthcare & Medical
Full time


Up to $49.07 per hour + $3,000 Sign On Bonus
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Registered Nurse Opportunities at our Care Home in Te Puke.

A horticultural hub in the Bay of Plenty, Te Puke is a thriving rural town. There are many exciting things to explore in the area with nearby attractions including Mount Maunganui, Papamoa Beach, Redwoods Forest bike tracks, Te Puke Golf Club, and Bayfair shopping mall. The commute to Tauranga CBD takes 25 minutes and a trip to Rotorua takes less than an hour.

Hours of Work

We are keen to discuss Full Time, Part Time, Fixed Term or Casual options.

Registered Nurses: Be at the heart of aged care

Every day, in every way, we bring real heart to work. It’s what drives us to deliver our refreshingly different person-first commitment to care. That’s why we are seeking Registered Nurses like you. Those who will help us rise to the challenges of enriching the lives of our society’s most vulnerable. You’ll be part of an inclusive culture where you can make a difference while growing your career. Sure, it’s a big call. But imagine the impact you could make.

Where You’ll Make an Impact:

Provide person-centred clinical care for residents in care homes across various levels of care.

Lead a team of caregivers to provide the highest quality clinical care.

Conduct medication rounds, manage care plans, and maintain accurate paperwork.

Stand up and tell us where we can invest more to ensure continuous quality improvement.

Your Person-First Approach:

You’ll help us make a real difference through your RN experience, personal passion, and empathy.

Hold a current APC and NZ Nursing Council Registration.

Excellent clinical skills in adult care and ideal aged care experience.

Confident communication, interpersonal, and teamwork abilities.

A compassionate nurse who strives for excellence and to make an impact in residents’ lives.

Through vision, passion, and sheer hard work, we’re now New Zealand’s largest aged care and dementia care provider. As one of New Zealand’s leading healthcare organisation we employ more than 4,000 people: we’re brave, caring, and responsible. All united by one purpose – helping people live longer, healthier, happier lives and making a better world.

Extra Reasons to Belong

$35-$49.07 per hour depending on experience.

Fully subsidised Southern Cross health insurance to our eligible permanent NZ employees and a discount on insurance cover for eligible family members for the annual period from 1 July 2023 (subject to applicable terms and conditions).

Wellbeing discounts and advice, EAP counselling services, study support, and cultural leave.

Paid parental leave - in addition to standard parental leave, ABC offers 12 weeks of paid leave for primary carers and 2 weeks for secondary carers.

Refer-a-friend programme of $750 - $2,000.

Sign-on / Retention Bonus.

Professional Development – in-house and external training and development.

Industry-competitive remuneration and benefits, and internal reward and recognition programmes.

No matter who you are or where you come from, we encourage you to ‘Be You at ABC’.

An accredited employer with Immigration NZ that values its diverse employees.

To express your interest, please submit an online application with your CV and we’ll reach out to chat about how you can progress your career with ABC.

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