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Kiwi Health Jobs

Wellbeing for Health

The Workforce Information and Projects Team manages and supports a range of projects, programmes and initiatives across New Zealand’s 20 District Health Boards (DHBs).


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Kiwi Health Jobs



Kiwi Health Jobs provides exclusive access to employment opportunities that are advertised by critical health and disability employers across the country. Kiwi Health Jobs is 100% owned by the 20 DHBs and the New Zealand Blood Service (NZBS) and offers a centralised website with a full spectrum of clinical and non-clinical vacancies to make job-seeking much easier.

New opportunities are added every day from health providers and subsidiaries across New Zealand.

As well as access to a wide range of jobs, Kiwi Health Jobs provides:

  • Information highlighting particular occupations that are in demand nationally

  • Useful links to information for people considering a new career within the health sector

  • Information and links to the ACE scheme which provides entry level employment within the DHBs for recent Medical and Nursing Graduates

  • Access to useful information about living in New Zealand, immigration and professional registration requirements.   

For more information, please visit:

Kiwi Health Jobs website


If you have any questions about Kiwi Health Jobs, please contact us at info@kiwihealthjobs.com.

To enquire about advertising your vacancy on Kiwi Health Jobs, please email advertising@kiwihealthjobs.com.  


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Wellbeing for Health

We support the 20 District Health Boards (DHBs) and their union partners to deliver Wellbeingforhealth.nz - a joint initiative which provides an easy to use hub for tools and resources related to workplace wellbeing in the New Zealand health sector.

Wellbeing for Health

October 2018

 

Key Focus Areas For Wellbeing
Promoting the positive drivers of workplace wellbeing is a key priority for DHBs and union partners. There is a collective commitment to creating environments which enable people to thrive and be their best.

Key focus areas for wellbeing include:

  • Tikanga (Culture and values)

  • Kōrero (Communication & Engagement)

  • Better work practices

  • Ᾱrahitangi (Leadership)

  • Personal Wellbeing.

We are committed to setting an example of positive wellbeing - for people to live well, stay well and get well.

Wellbeing for Health poster
The poster showcases the website tools and resources available - and describes how you can use these to support the wellbeing of the health workforce and help people to live well.

Wellbeing for Health poster [1.3Mb]

October 2018

 

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Last updated: 14/1/21