Job Type: Full-Time
Specialty: Technologists - Cardiac
Job ID: Tonix1259
Our client provides a range of specialist services including neurosurgery, oncology, neonatal intensive care and community-based services including district nursing, rehabilitation services, social work, alcohol and drug services, and home support services to a population of around 900,000 people.
Wellington is New Zealand’s capital city, a cultural and cosmopolitan epicentre renowned for its vibrant cafés, restaurants, international sporting and cultural events set in a beautiful natural harbour. With easy access to vineyards in the Wairarapa and beaches on the Kapiti Coast, there’s plenty of opportunity for adventure or simply to relax and unwind.
Applications are invited from qualified, experienced Cardiac Physiologists for a permanent position. Expertise in the sub-specialties of ICDs, pacemakers or electrophysiology will be an advantage.
Come and join this well-equipped team of 20, working predominantly from their purpose built facility based in the Regional Hospital. they provide an integrated service including echocardiography, pacing/ICD follow up & implants, catheter lab with full cardiac diagnostics support. Training is a key element to both local service continuity and regional development of diagnostic services.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
- Eligible to register with the Clinical Physiology Registration Board (NZ)
- IBHRE Device qualified
- Experienced with the following points:
- ICD and CRT follow up
- Training of junior staff
- ABOUT THE ORGANISATION
- The Hospital is located centrally in Wellington and has over 6,000 full-time equivalent staff, making us one of the major employers in the Wellington region. The DHB operates two hospitals – Wellington Regional Hospital in Newtown and Kenepuru Hospital in Porirua – as well as the Kapiti Health Centre at Paraparaumu.
The Mental Health, Addiction and Intellectual Disability Service (MHAIDS) spans three DHBs – and includes local, regional, and national services. The local MHAIDS services are provided from multiple sites within the 3DHB sub-region.
Our client embraces diversity and welcome applications from people of all gender identities, ages, ethnicities, sexual orientations, disability and religions. A workforce that is diverse and inclusive means that we are better positioned to understand and serve our community.
This is a pro-equity Health Organisation, with a particular focus on Māori and Pacific Peoples, and the Disability Community.
The DHB provides a range of specialist services including neurosurgery, oncology, neonatal intensive care and community-based services including district nursing, rehabilitation services, social work, alcohol and drug services, and home support services to a population of around 900,000 people.
Capability development is a high priority for this hospital. Professional development opportunities are a given, as well as the ability to upskill and to take on other roles. People and their skills are highly valued at CCDHB.
Staff benefits include discounts from many companies throughout the region, access to a cost-effective gym including exercise classes and use of two low-cost holiday homes at Taupo.