Combine this opportunity to contribute your professional skills and expertise helping patients and families of one of Wellington’s best loved charities and practice real work life balance.
This is a varied role – assessing, planning and implementing occupational therapy interventions for patients and their families as well as providing specialist education internally and externally and working closely with the Day Service developing great programmes. This role is also a vital member of the multi-disciplinary team with responsibility for providing specialist palliative care to patients
The Porirua Base has a friendly work environment in a lovely sunny building. Free parking is available and the working conditions are excellent. We practice flexible working hours as part of our commitment to the wellbeing of our staff.
Our values -Mana/Respect; Aroha/Compassion; Rangatiratanga/Dignity; Manaakitanga/Hospitality; and Kaitiakitanga/Stewardship are very important to us and we apply them to all our people as well as patients and their families.
You will be an experienced and registered Occupational Therapist with appropriate tertiary level qualifications as well as an understanding of and commitment to the multidisciplinary team approach to patient care. Experience in palliative care would be great but we will train you if palliative care is new to you.
If you think you might like to be part of our team here at Mary Potter Hospice we would love to hear from you.
Please send a cover letter, CV and application form by 4th September 2020 to Catherine Hart, Mary Potter Hospice, PO Box 7442, Newtown 6242 or email email@example.com