Work for a market leader, be part of senior management teamOur client is a highly respected leader in residential aged care, providing retirement village and supported living options to older New Zealanders nationwide.They require a senior manager to provide support, leadership and operational management to their sites, covering managers on leave, during recruitment or other projects.The role: Provide support & daily operational leadershipStaff management, inspiration and motivationOversee budgetary/ financial requirements and reportingUtilise your knowledge of DHB standards & compliance in aged careMaintain key relationships with providers, DHB and external agenciesProvide reassurance and security to residents, families and staffBe the safe pair of hands a site needs between managers, during projects or when additional support is needed.Based in Auckland, you will be the go-to person when facilities need guidance, oversight or someone to take the reins when the Managers are on leave. Working weekdays, you will typically be based at one site for a period of time before moving to another, so the ability to drive between sites, and fly as required, is essential.You will: Be an experienced Aged Care ManagerHave a strong working knowledge of residential aged care in NZBe flexible, organised and highly operationalEnjoy encouraging and leading teams, providing mentoring and securityEnjoy: Attractive remunerationAuckland based role, with travel around NZ too!Excellent support from senior management team and cohortThe best benefits in the sectorEmail your CV to jane@medcall.co.nz  Ref 3632 New Zealand - NZ Auckland Auckland Central

National Care Centre Manager

  • National role for experienced Aged Care Manager- Variety Plus!
  • Healthcare management and expertise in residential aged care ideal
  • Be the safe pair of hands a site needs between Managers

Work for a market leader, be part of senior management team

Our client is a highly respected leader in residential aged care, providing retirement village and supported living options to older New Zealanders nationwide.

They require a senior manager to provide support, leadership and operational management to their sites, covering managers on leave, during recruitment or other projects.

The role:

  • Provide support & daily operational leadership
  • Staff management, inspiration and motivation
  • Oversee budgetary/ financial requirements and reporting
  • Utilise your knowledge of DHB standards & compliance in aged care
  • Maintain key relationships with providers, DHB and external agencies
  • Provide reassurance and security to residents, families and staff

Be the safe pair of hands a site needs between managers, during projects or when additional support is needed.

Based in Auckland, you will be the go-to person when facilities need guidance, oversight or someone to take the reins when the Managers are on leave. Working weekdays, you will typically be based at one site for a period of time before moving to another, so the ability to drive between sites, and fly as required, is essential.

You will:

  • Be an experienced Aged Care Manager
  • Have a strong working knowledge of residential aged care in NZ
  • Be flexible, organised and highly operational
  • Enjoy encouraging and leading teams, providing mentoring and security

Enjoy:

  • Attractive remuneration
  • Auckland based role, with travel around NZ too!
  • Excellent support from senior management team and cohort
  • The best benefits in the sector

Email your CV to jane@medcall.co.nz  Ref 3632

 

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, email your CV to jane@medcall.co.nz, quoting Ref No. 3632

 

When I made the scary decision to return to nursing, I found it impossible for the DHB’s and other agencies to look at employing me.  Medcall showed faith in me. I was welcomed and made feel that I had a lot of experience to  offer their clients. I feel well supported and have been given great opportunities for further education readily available. Medcall feels like my extended family.

Ann Horner RN