Clinical Lead - InterRai and Care planning

We are looking for an experienced Registered Nurse to join our team at Enliven as our Clinical Lead – InterRai and Care planning.  This is a newly created position which will be responsible for ensuring the provision of quality services to residents through providing clinical InterRai assessments, documentation and care planning.  This role will be pivotal in the care provided to our residents and our communication with their families/whanau.

What the role will involve

The key responsibilities of this role will be: 

  • To provide a Resident-driven care plans and InterRai assessments for Residents, their family/whānau, and staff.
  • Awareness of advocacy services and social agencies available.
  • Ensure accurate documentation from planning and implementation stages through to evaluation of support.
  • Effective communication with all Residents, families/whānau, and staff to ensure understanding and clarity of needs.
  • Maintaining a working knowledge of legislation and requirements for the provision of the service and the wider home/ village environment.

What you will need to be successful in the role

  • Currently Registered Nurse
  • Previous Gerontological experience preferred.
  • InterRAI training.
  • Care planning experience
  • Intermediate level computer skills
  • Strong communication skills

The key component to the success in this role will be developing partnerships across our multi-disciplinary team, our residents and their families/whanau.

What we can offer

  • Monday to Friday Nursing role
  • Flexible hours
  • Competitive pay rates
  • Ongoing development and training

How to apply

If you are looking for a nursing opportunity with flexibility please follow the link below and include your cover letter and Curriculum Vitae.

Position description

Please click here to apply 

If you would like to discuss this opportunity further please contact Carol Riddle, Director of Enliven on 027 491 4513 or by email 

Please note in order to be considered for this position you will need to be a New Zealand citizen or have the right to work in New Zealand and our pre-employment checks may include criminal history check, drug and alcohol testing and a medical assessment.

All new employees joining Presbyterian Support Southland are required to be fully vaccinated.