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Youth Health Nurse, Well Child 0.8-1.0 FTE

Gisborne District, Gisborne
Full time
Expires in: EXPIRED
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Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role

Well Child Services

0.8 - 1.0 FTE Youth Health Vacancies

If you are looking for a great work life balance, Nau Mai Haere Mai, this is the place to be! 

You will be spoiled for choice when it comes to outdoor living in Tairawhiti. Surfing, diving, fishing, connecting with nature, stroll and explore one of the many walking tracks, for those who like adventure, why not climb Mt Hikurangi, or take the challenge and enter the Maunga to Moana multisport race.  Gisborne is also the home of Rhythm and Vines, The Wine and Food festival and Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival, to name a few!

Our diverse and innovative team is passionate about the ‘why’ they do what they do and the positive influence they can make in the lives of our tamariki and whānau. Te Tairawhiti is culturally rich with just over 50% of the population identifying as Maori. We also have a small Pacific population. The population tends to have more people in the 0-19 age group than the national average

You therefore will have the opportunity to work at the top of your scope of practice as a committed, experienced child and youth practitioner within a Manaaki framework.

Our Manaaki Tairawhiti Way of Working involves us working collectively across agencies to enable whanau to flourish. There is a shift to interdisciplinary/transdisciplinary approach, which identifies needs of whānau and the best people to provide support—requesting the right support at the right time in the right place. The workforce shares information, works flexibly and collectively to reduce barriers and provide the support that the whānau needs and requests. The transdisciplinary approach reduces barriers and improves access for whānau as teams walk beside people till they get what they need and are not bound by outdated service definitions, criteria that reflect service structures rather than the needs of children and whānau.


We are driven and focused on improving equity to our community, with a ‘whatever it takes’ approach.

If you have a current NZNC APC and have the skills set required to work with children and rangatahi then we might have the job for you.

If you would like further information regarding this opportunity, please contact Sandi French on 0273110359 or

Position Description | Public Health Nurse


Gisborne District, Gisborne