• No more shifts — flexible hours
• Enviable lifestyle with relocation $
• Work from home and in the community
If shift work and the city grind of COVID life, traffic chaos and escalating house prices is trying your patience, we have a career and lifestyle opportunity that will lift your spirits while making a huge difference in the lives of others.
The Cancer Society needs no introduction. From their high profile fundraising Daffodil Day to the amazing work they do supporting people whose lives are touched by cancer, they are New Zealand’s leading patient advocate in this field. An organisation dedicated not only to reducing the incidence of cancer but ensuring the best possible care for all Kiwis.
What you might not be familiar with, is the life-changing career they can offer you as a community based, supportive care nurse. Forget shift work. In this role, you’re based at the local office or home, with a car/fuel card to take you where you are needed most, providing support and a wide range of information to people with cancer and their whānau through diagnosis, treatment and beyond.
You could be providing support and organising services by phone one day to making a home visit, facilitating a support group or running a workshop the next. You determine your schedule and how your week comes together, giving you plenty of flexibility for family and/or lifestyle pursuits.
While the rewards are significant, the environment isn’t for everyone. We’re looking for a compassionate, innovative problem solver with a can-do attitude and willingness to go the extra mile. You need to be super resilient, highly organised and a disciplined time manager. The ability to communicate and build relationships with a wide range of people, including other health providers and support services is also crucial.
If you’re a registered nurse with experience in oncology or community nursing, and are passionate about making a difference for others, this is a rare opportunity to change your career and your lifestyle for the better in stunning Taupo. Plus, you’ll have the backing of an amazing Tauranga-based manager, a like-minded team of supportive care nurses around the region plus a terrific orientation and all the ongoing support your need.
Curious to know more? Contact Adrienne Gordon at Frog Recruitment Ph 022 657 8133