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Are you passionate about making a positive impact in the lives of young people?

Clinical Lead

Hours: Full Time (Negotiable)

Location: Christchurch City and other satellite locations on the Christchurch Area

Mō Te Tūranga | About the Role 

We are seeking a dynamic and experienced Nurse Practitioner or Prescriber to join our Youth Health Service in Central Christchurch.

As a Youth Health Nurse, you will play a crucial role in supporting and empowering young people to overcome personal challenges, develop life skills, and reach their full potential.

Mōu | About you

A enrolled or registered Nurse Practitioner or Prescriber with a current practicing certificate with experience in Youth Health. Above all you will have a passion and enthusiasm for working with rangatahi.

To thrive in this role, you will be able to:

- Have Clinical Lead experience in a similar service is desirable

- Be able to work alongside leadership teams to create strategies for the Clinical team to deliver to the needs of our clients

- Create a safe and inclusive environment for youth, ensuring their well-being and fostering positive relationships.

- Assess the needs of young people and develop individualized support plans to address their unique circumstances.

- Collaborate with other professionals, such as social workers, counsellors, and educators, to coordinate comprehensive support services.

- Advocate for the rights and interests of young people, ensuring their voices are heard and respected in decision-making processes.

- Maintain accurate documentation and records regarding interventions, progress, and outcomes.

- Stay updated on current youth development practices and trends and participate in relevant professional development opportunities.

- Exercise cultural competency and understanding of Kaupapa Māori, Te Tiriti ō Waitangi, and Pasifika protocols

- Provide education, support and advice to young people on both an individual and group level, in order to enhance self-management and health literacy.

- Provide care and support for the rangatahi recognising the populations not currently well served in our health system: rangatahi Māori, Pacific young people, rainbow young people, young people in care and young people with disability. 

- Indici experience is desirable 

If you are an enthusiastic and dedicated Nurse Practitioner or Prescriber who is committed to making a difference in the lives of young people, we would love to hear from you. Join our team and help shape the futures of the next generation!

Mō Tātou | About Us

Te Tahi Youth (formerly 298 Youth Health) is a ‘one stop shop’ youth service providing healthcare and youth development support for rangatahi aged 10-24 years. Our wraparound service allows us to address physical and mental health needs as well as social and developmental issues which are often the underlying determinants of ill health and poor outcomes for rangatahi. We are an inclusive employer, and welcome applications from those with a lived experience relevant to the role.

To apply: Please contact Kelly Bush, Clinical Team Lead on kelly@tetahiyouth.org.nz with a CV and cover letter. 

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Are you passionate about making a positive impact in the lives of young people?

GP or Nurse Practitioner

Hours: Part Time - 2 days a week, days of week flexible

Location: Christchurch City and other satellite locations on the Christchurch Area

Mō Te Tūranga | About the Role 

We are seeking a dynamic and experienced General Practitioner (GP) or Nurse Practitioner (NP) to join our Youth Health Service in Central Christchurch.

As a General Practitioner (GP) or Nurse Practitioner (NP), you will play a crucial role in supporting and empowering young people to overcome personal challenges, develop life skills, and reach their full potential.

Mōu | About you

We are looking for a GP or NP who has a passion for helping Youth in our Youth One Stop Shop (YOSS). 

Above all you will have a passion and enthusiasm for working with rangatahi.

To thrive in this role, you will be able to:

- Create a safe and inclusive environment for youth, ensuring their well-being and fostering positive relationships.

- Assess the needs of young people and develop individualized support plans to address their unique circumstances.

- Collaborate with other professionals, such as social workers, counsellors, and educators, to coordinate comprehensive support services.

- Advocate for the rights and interests of young people, ensuring their voices are heard and respected in decision-making processes.

- Maintain accurate documentation and records regarding interventions, progress, and outcomes.

- Stay updated on current youth development practices and trends and participate in relevant professional development opportunities.

- Exercise cultural competency and understanding of Kaupapa Māori, Te Tiriti ō Waitangi, and Pasifika protocols

- Provide education, support and advice to young people on both an individual and group level, in order to enhance self-management and health literacy.

- Provide care and support for the rangatahi recognising the populations not currently well served in our health system: rangatahi Māori, Pacific young people, rainbow young people, young people in care and young people with disability. 

- Indici experience is desirable 

If you are an enthusiastic and dedicated General Practitioner (GP) or Nurse Practitioner (NP) who is committed to making a difference in the lives of young people, we would love to hear from you. Join our team and help shape the futures of the next generation!

Mō Tātou | About Us

Te Tahi Youth (formerly 298 Youth Health) is a ‘one stop shop’ youth service providing healthcare and youth development support for rangatahi aged 10-24 years. Our wraparound service allows us to address physical and mental health needs as well as social and developmental issues which are often the underlying determinants of ill health and poor outcomes for rangatahi. We are an inclusive employer, and welcome applications from those with a lived experience relevant to the role.

To apply: Please contact Kelly Bush, Clinical Team Lead on kelly@tetahiyouth.org.nz with a CV and cover letter. 

If you have questions about this role or if you wish to discuss accessibility needs, please contact Kelly on the email address above or phone 03 943 9298.