Clinical Manager - Tararu Care Home

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Clinical Managers
Healthcare

Clinical Manager: 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 a Clinical Manager for our Bupa Tararu Care Home. You will enrich the lives of our society’s most vulnerable and 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 a 60-bed care home across rest home and hospital level of care
  • Lead a team of caregivers and nurses to provide the highest quality clinical care
  • Conduct medication rounds, manage care plans, lead in-service education sessions for staff, and maintain accurate paperwork
  • Stand up and tell us where we can invest more to ensure continuous quality improvement


This is a permanent, full time role working 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday, located in Thames which is positioned right next to the sea, boasting magnificent views of the Firth of Thames.  You can enjoy the view from our colourful rose gardens or take a short stroll down to Kuranui Bay. If you are seeking a lifestyle change, this is a peaceful town, where you can enjoy the lively markets, beach, and close knit community. With affordable housing, ditch the traffic and stress of the big city and live in the Coromandel!


Your Person-First Approach:

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

  • Hold a current APC and NZ Nursing Council Registration
  • Passion for leading a team to mentor and support others
  • Internal audit management and leading continuous quality improvements
  • 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:

  • Industry-competitive remuneration and benefits, including accommodation and travel expenses covered
  • Access to our Scholarship Programme, Mastering Clinical Leadership and Management Essentials Leadership Programme
  • First aged care provider in NZ to have its Professional Development Recognition Programme (PDRP) recognised by the Nursing Council of New Zealand
  • Health and wellbeing discounts, wellbeing advice, study support, and paid parental leave
  • An accredited employer with Immigration NZ that values its diverse employees
  • Opportunities to participate in broader quality activities aligned with the clinical services team


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 Bupa.


The NZ Government COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2021 (Vaccinations Order), has mandated that workers in the health and disability sector must be double vaccinated, including booster vaccinations which came into effect on 23 January 2022. Due to this mandate, we will need evidence of your two vaccinations and your booster.


If you received your second dose on or before 16 August 2021, then you must get the vaccine booster by 15 February 2022.  If you received your second dose after 16 August 2021, then you must get the vaccine booster within 183 days (6 months) of your second dose. You will be asked to provide evidence of your vaccination status during our recruitment process.

Applications for this role will take you to the advertisers site.