Kaitohutohu Nēhi Kairēhita Kounga-Nurse Advisor (Education Focus) 

About the role

Te Kaunihera Tapuhi o Aotearoa/Nursing Council of New Zealand is looking for an experienced nurse leader who will bring their passion and expertise in nursing education to deliver and develop a range of regulatory education services and to identify opportunities to further protect the public amid emerging issues and trends.

The Council is empowered under the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act (2003) to serve as the regulatory authority for nursing in Aotearoa New Zealand. Our primary function is to protect the health and safety of the public by ensuring that nurses are competent and fit to practise. Fundamental to performing our statutory functions is our commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and we value and celebrate our responsibility to work with Māori.

In this role, you will contribute to strategic level activities to ensure public safety and to influence change at a national level while working within a respectful and supportive team that values collaboration, diversity, and teamwork. You will provide education advice and expertise: internally, direct to enquiring nurses and members of the public, and to external stakeholder groups; incorporating partnerships with Māori in all that you do.

Therefore, key to success in this role is a good understanding of Te Tiriti o Waitangi as well as the ability to develop and maintain genuine and mutually beneficial working relationships with a range of partners or stakeholders. You will enjoy working autonomously and within a team and will be excited to learn and share. 

Nurses have a unique role in the health and wellbeing for the people we care for. If you have a passion to apply your skills and knowledge to champion public safety and to ensure our profession remains competent and fit to practice for the future, we welcome your application.

About us

The Nursing Council of New Zealand is the independent regulator for nurses in New Zealand, with better and safer care for people at its heart.

We have an important mission and working for the Nursing Council is an exciting opportunity for you to use and grow your skills, while working with a team that has a true purpose and take pride in the work they do.

We are values driven and hold these close to our hearts. Our values are:

Ka whakahōnore mātou i tō mātou whakahoatanga Tiriti
We honour our Tiriti partnership


Mahi ngātahi ā mana
We work collaboratively and with integrity by respecting each other and the nursing profession

Whai haepapa, whai tika
We are an accountable, effective and efficient Nursing Council

Arataki, ako, whakapai ake
We lead, learn and improve at all levels of the Nursing Council   
  
Wairua tōkeke hauora
We set standards, codes of practice including cultural safety expectations that contribute to improved health equity

We have great benefits including health insurance, additional leave days, and study support.

For the health and safety of staff, the Council requires all employees to provide evidence that their vaccinations are up to date with an approved COVID-19 vaccine, as set out in Schedule 3 of the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2021.

If you have a passion to apply your skills and knowledge to champion public safety and to ensure our profession remains competent and fit to practice for the future, we welcome your application.

Go to www.atahaia.com to download the Job Description and Application Form.

To apply for this position, send your Application Form, CV and covering letter to Lyn at [email protected].  

Applications close on Friday 12th August 2022.

Go to www.atahaia.com to download the Job Description and Application Form.

To apply for this position, send your Application Form, CV and covering letter to Lyn at [email protected].  

Applications close on Friday 12th August 2022.