·Are you looking to start your nursing career within the hospital, primary or aged and residential care settings in the Wellington district?
·Are you wishing to continue your postgraduate studies in a supported Nurse Entry to Practice Programme?
CCDHB has two NETP Programme intakes for graduate nurses per year in January and August. These fixed term contracts are within practice areas that have protected positions for graduates and are 32 or 36 hours per week (depending on area). Maori and Pacific population needs are a priority for this DHB and this is reflected in opportunities for nurses who identify as Maori or Pacific.
If you are a New Zealand trained and registered nurse who has completed a Bachelor of Nursing in New Zealand (or are about to), we invite you to apply.
As a teaching hospital, continuing nursing education is supported through the senior nursing team in your area, clinical load sharing and support from the NETP Coordinator and University Nurse Lecturer.
The aim of the NETP programme is to provide graduate nurses support and professional development in your transition from student to RN. CCDHB offers a post graduate nursing paper within the NETP programme and ensures that on successful completion of the programme graduates demonstrate competent nursing practice as evidenced in their Professional Development and Recognition Programme (PDRP) portfolio.
The primary focus of the Victoria University paper is physical health assessment and clinical judgment at a graduate nurse level. You will be prioritised to complete the post graduate certificate in the following year if you wish.
When applying please ensure you follow all ACE instructions regarding your application.
If you do not secure a graduate role in August you have the opportunity to apply for the January intake via ACE when it appears on the CCDHB internet career pages.
For further information please follow this link: https://nursing.acenz.net.nz/
Previous NETP and NESP intakes showing the total numbers of new graduate Registered Nurses employed
16 (+ 10 in June)
The exact number of places on the NETP Programme is dependent on vacancies across the Hospital, Primary Healthcare, and Aged and Residential care settings, therefore we cannot predict the exact numbers for the intake. We anticipate similar numbers with each intake for NETP.
Anticipated practice areas for August 2018 NETP Programme
You can select up to 5 practice areas that interest you in your ACE application. If you have an interest in working in particular area then please identify this specifically in your cover letter.
Areas that have no positions currently may have NETP positions later in the year that would utilise the talent pool for recruitment. Although we try to match you to your preferred practice settings as indicated in your application, you will not be disadvantaged if that area is not currently recruiting. We will consider you for other roles and discuss this with you prior to appointment.
Anticipated vacancy areas for January 2019 NETP:
Assessment, Treatment & Rehabilitation: Ward 6 (Kenepuru Hospital)
Cardiac Care includes Coronary Care Units and Cardiothoracic: Ward 6 South (Heart and Lung Unit)
Emergency & Trauma: Emergency Department, and ED Observation Unit (EDOU)
Health of Older People within the DHB: Ward 4 and Ward 5 (Kenepuru Hospital)
Intensive Care and High Dependency: ICU
Medical: Medical Assessment and Planning Unit (MAPU), Medical wards (5 South), Dialysis Unit (across Kenepuru and Wellington hospitals), Diabetes and Endocrine Clinic.
Neonatal: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Oncology: Ward 5 North (oncology, haematology, and renal)
Paediatrics/ Child Health/ Youth Health: Child Health (Ward 1, Ward 2)
Perioperative Care (Theatre): Operating Theatres, Post-Anaesthetic Care Unit (PACU)
Surgery: SAPU (Surgical Assessment and Planning Unit), 7 North (general surgical, vascular, ENT, and ophthalmology), 6 North (orthopaedics and urology), 7 South (neurosurgery and neuroscience), Kenepuru Surgical unit (ward 7)
Interview information for January NETP Programme
CCDHB will be conducting interviews for the January 2019 NETP Programme between October 15th and 24th, 2018. The interview process consists of a face to face interview and an assessment center, which is conducted in pairs. It is for this reason that we will not be conducting Skype or phone interviews.
Invitations to interview with us will be emailed on October 1st. We appreciate a quick response so that if you are unable to attend, we can offer this interview to another candidate. Interviews for CCDHB will be held at Wellington Hospital in Newtown, and additional details will be available in the interview invitation.
The start date for the January 2019 NETP Programme is January 14th, and successful applicants must be able to commence employment on this date.
CCDHB will only be employing graduate nurses who have applied via the ACE process. Recruitment for NETP is ongoing throughout the year through the ACE talent pool, and new graduate nurses who apply to advertised positions (Hospital services) outside of this process will not be successful for this reason.
To be eligible to apply to ACE applicants must meet the following criteria:
·Either be a New Zealand Citizen, Australian Citizen or hold a Permanent Resident Visa (Or Returning Resident Visa)
·Be in the final year of a Bachelor of Nursing degree approved by the Nursing Council of New Zealand (NCNZ) leading to registration as a registered nurse or be awarded a Bachelor of Nursing degree approved by the NCNZ leading to registration as a registered nurse, no longer than 24 months before starting on a NETP/NESP programme
·You must have completed your Bachelor of Nursing degree in New Zealand and have passed your state final exam no more than 2 years prior to starting on a NETP/NESP programme. You therefore have up to four opportunities to apply via ACE provided you still meet all eligibility criterions each time you apply.
·You must have not practised as a New Zealand Registered Nurse continuously (full time 0.8FTE or more) for longer than six months before starting on the NETP programme.
For further information about the NETP Programme please visit our NETP website, or contact one of the NETP Coordinators:
Steph White, NETP Cordinator
Phone 04 8060545 or 027 2718761
Phoenix Ahomiro, NETP Coordinator (Cultural Support)
Phone 04 806 2377 or 027 620 9674