Presbyterian Support Southland (PSS) is a Charitable Trust and is the largest social service and aged care provider in Southland.
PSS encompasses two service arms – Enliven, which offers services for the older generation including residential aged care, retirement living options and support while living at home, and Family Works, which offers a range of social services.
We work to enable a positive and lasting change for everyone in our community and offer support services to people regardless of their beliefs, ethnicity or background.
The Enliven philosophy embraces a person-centred model of care that supports holistic wellbeing. At the essence of Enliven is the understanding that some things make for happier, healthier living no matter your age or ability. At Enliven we work to enable a positive and lasting change alongside residents and their families to ensure they have practical support available when they need it.
Living in Invercargill and Southland is one of New Zealand’s best kept secrets. Boasting a great location with New Zealand’s adventure capital Queenstown at arm’s reach, the beautiful Fiordland National Park, the picturesque Milford Sound and the paradise of the Catlin’s, you are spoilt for choice with lakes, rivers, fishing, hiking and adventure options as well. Invercargill offers a quieter pace of life – there is no sitting in traffic but with the bonus of big city life is only hours away with direct flights to all our major cities including Auckland. There’s something for the whole family and it’s all right here at our doorstep.
This is a permanent 32 hour per week position on a 4 on/4 off roster based at Peacehaven in our Dementia Care Unit.
With an interesting and varied workflow this role will give you a chance to make a difference in the supportive Peacehaven care home environment. There are a variety of responsibilities from working both in a team and independently to ensure all clinical best practice guidelines and accurate documentation processes are followed.
Full orientation and training are provided.
Preferred applicants will ideally:
• Hold a New Zealand Diploma in Enrolled Nursing
• Hold a current APC
• Have gerontological experience (desirable)
Evidence of work entitlement in New Zealand will be requested.
Applications close on Thursday 31st March 2021 at 4pm
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