Medical Officer - Community Specialist Palliative Care
This is a unique Specialist Community Palliative Care role for a Medical Officer to join an organisation that makes a real difference within the diverse West Auckland communities.
If you thrive on complexity, diversity and love working with a dynamic team of multidisciplinary Health and Social Care professionals this may be the role for you. You can enjoy putting your ideas into action and can further explore ways to add improvement in service delivery to the people we serve.
You will be a part of the wider team that thrives on delivering home consultations, patients' clinics, online telehealth and palliative providers support and presentations.
You Will Bring
Energy, drive and passion to see Community Palliative Care delivered directly into the West Auckland communities. You'll be keen to develop as a professional in palliative care to further your three years post qualification experience that may be in General Medicine, Health of Older People, Oncology or Primary Care.
You will hold a Current New Zealand Practicing Certificate from Medical Council of New Zealand.
As a curious individual, you will enjoy improving services and are open to exploring innovative ways that drive the best outcomes for our people and communities.
Pokohiwi Ki Te Pokohiwi - shoulder to shoulder, we walk alongside our patients and their families and you thrive on this teamwork. You bring people together to align with the values of Ngākau Aroha: Compassionate, Kaitiaki Taonga: Accountability, Wairua Whakaute: Respect, Aronga Whānoke: Innovation and Kotahitanga: Together, we make this all happen.
Who We Are
At Hospice West Auckland, we are providing care for people in the community to be He rā hōu, he oranga ngākau - living every moment at end of life.
We support people and their whanau through the consistent delivery of comprehensive, compassionate, and responsive palliative care.
Our West Auckland community is beautifully diverse with people from all walks of life, backgrounds and values. It is important to us that we provide equal access to innovative and holistic palliative care across our community.
What can you expect
- Be part of a close-knit team that works together, reflects together and laughs and cries together.
- A rich diverse environment where your ideas are welcomed and you add valuable experience and contribution in Palliative Care.
- Unwavering support, passion, and care in everything we do.
- Be supported by our Hui Tahi Wellbeing programme, wellness and reflective practice sessions, toolbox sessions and learning, personal development and progression programmes.
- Stimulating work in a colourful, diverse community.
- The opportunity to make your stamp on the future of palliative care delivery.
If this is you, send you expression of interest, cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org now and if you would like to speak with our Palliative Medicine Specialist and Clinical Lead Dr Celia Palmer email her at email@example.com
Please note that due to planned holidays, we may take some time to respond to applicants from 23 Dec - 10 Jan.