Careers @ Te Puna
Because our people are fundamental to the way we function, they're at the centre of everything we do. Their professional fulfilments, their work/life balance, their ability to contribute equally as part of a diverse workforce... these are all issues to which we give priority. If you are interested in becoming part of a dynamic and innovative team which makes a real impact in the lives of the community, please contact us. We are often on the lookout for skilled, passionate professionals.
Contact HR department ph 09 489 0180 or email email@example.com
No Vacancies at this time
We are seeking a reliable & experience NZ Registered General Practitioners
- FRNZCGP and GPEP2/3
- Medtech Evolution Advantage
- A Supportive working environment and professional development opportunities
- Competitive pay rates
- Hours between 8:30am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday ( no weekends)
Please send your CV and Cover Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thinking of a career in health?
The ageing of our population combined with the ongoing drive to reduce health inequalities and continued medical advances will significantly increase healthcare demand and career opportunities.
At the same time, the severe workforce and leadership shortages that exist in many health professions are projected to worsen. As a result, tremendous career opportunities exist and will continue to grow for students interested in healthcare delivery, policy, public health, leadership, medicine, nursing, social work, mental health, and other vital health professions.
Healthcare careers offer numerous rewards including making a difference in the lives of patients and populations, intellectual challenge and continuous learning, attractive compensation and benefits, security and the ability to work anywhere in the world!
Ethnically diverse and underserved populations face the most difficult healthcare challenges. Our community continues to become more ethnically diverse. Studies show growing health disparities among ethnic groups. There is a significant and growing need for more leaders and professionals from ethnic groups currently under-represented in healthcare leadership, public health and medicine. Healthcare leaders and workforce that are representative of our diverse population will be more effective at addressing our most critical issues and providing culturally competent care.