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Job Vacancy: Registered Nurse

Registered Nurse (0.6 FTE minimum)

Otago Community Hospice provides specialist palliative care and support to people who are dying where their needs exceed those provided for by their primary palliative care provider (such as a GP or District Nurse).

We have an exciting new opportunity for a Registered Nurse to bring your skills and develop your knowledge in Specialist Palliative care.  

Preference will be given to nurses with palliative care experience; however applications from enthusiastic and passionate Nurses will be welcomed.

Please send applications (marked personal & confidential) to:

Barbara Reid
Executive Assistant
Otago Community Hospice
PO Box 8002
Dunedin  9041

Telephone 473 6005 or email Barbara.Reid@otagohospice.co.nz   

Applications close Friday 11 August 2017 at 5.00pm and will be treated in the strictest of confidence.

If you have any queries about the position, or would like further information, please contact Sharon Stewart, Clinical Leader, on 03 473 6005.

Registered Nurse Position Description (updated 31 July 2017)

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Dilmah: supporting hospices in New Zealand since 1997

Dilmah: supporting hospices in New Zealand since 1997

Green is the new black – in tea that is, and we need your help to raise $20,000.

Our long term supporters at Dilmah tea are currently donating 50 cents from each pack sold in their green tea range to Hospice NZ. The goal is to sell 40,000 packs of tea – so do try it!

2014 is the seventeenth year that Dilmah tea has been supporting hospices throughout New Zealand donating over 5 million tea bags during that time.

Since 1997 Dilmah has donated all the tea each hospice service in New Zealand could need each and every year.  Due to this generous donation, we are able to make the highest quality tea available to people and their families, friends and visitors, staff and volunteers.

The process of making a cup of tea and the comforting conversations that can occur over a hot cup of tea, can be relaxing and therapeutic, no matter the time of day or night. 

This year the total number of tea bags donated will reach approximately 5 million – a testament to the commitment the entire Fernando family has to hospice in New Zealand.

Thank you to our friends at Dilmah, your donation has been greatly appreciated over the past decade and a half.

For more information www.dilmah.co.nz