Support Worker - Tauranga

Listed 16 days Ago
Royal District Nursing Service New Zealand

Royal District Nursing Services (RDNS NZ) is a not-for-profit provider of Home and Community based and Community Nursing Services to a wide range of clients in the Northland region, Greater Auckland region and the Southland/Otago regions.  We are now expanding our wings in Hamilton and Tauranga.

What's the role? 

As a part of wider team, you will assist clients and follow a care plan that includes following responsibilities:

  • Meal Preparation
  • Shopping and Community outings
  • Giving medication
  • Personal Cares (showering, toileting etc)
  • Home management
  • Wellness Checks 

You will assist our clients in their homes and community.

How we will support you:

  • Orientating and training you before sending you out into the community.
  • Providing you with the tools you need: uniforms, personal protective resources and a mobile phone with your live roster and communication channel to the office. 
  • Dedicated experienced staff who support you on a daily basis and will come out to you in the community as and when required. 
  • You will earn between $23.38 - $29.10 per hour, depending on experience and qualification.
  • Earn while you learn with free training towards NZQA Health & Wellbeing.
  • Employee Assistance programme service anytime you need health and wellbeing support.
  • Will be moved to permanent guaranteed hours contract in couple of weeks.

What are we looking for?

  • Caring and Empathetic – a desire to help and support others.
  • Previous healthcare or care-giving experience is desirable.
  • Healthcare qualifications are advantageous.
  • Most positions require full NZ driving license and your own car.
  • Eligibility to legally live and work in NZ.

We at Royal District Nursing Services (RDNS), values diversity and support our clients from diverse backgrounds with varying needs and interest. If you are passionate about what we do and are interested in supporting people, then we would love to hear from you!

You must possess the right to work in New Zealand and a willingness to undergo police vetting in order to be considered for this position.

If this sound like you, APPLY NOW with a Cover Letter and a CV or for further information, please email Binh Nguyen at 

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