35 Hours per week over 5 days
Job where you can make a difference”
“Caring compassionate organisation are you the same?”
Waipuna Hospice is the sole provider of specialist community palliative care in the rapidly growing Western Bay of Plenty and as well as having an established inpatient unit we support a large community team and a number of second-hand retail stores. Waipuna Hospice is a not for profit organisation that relies on community support and funding.
Are you a compassionate, organised person with a good level of physical fitness and a clean drivers licence?
We have a unique opportunity available for a handy person to join our team. We need someone who enjoys a bit of lifting, hard work, and likes a good laugh. The position involves supporting two functions of work: the delivery and pick up of loan equipment (including beds, mattresses and lazy boy chairs) to patient’s homes, as well as grounds/facility/equipment maintenance duties (general handyperson tasks). Some experience working with light machinery & equipment would be helpful.
Hours of work are 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday with some flexibility around start and finish times with additional hours available from time-to-time to cover for team members leave.
Our successful applicant will have:
- A good level of fitness
- A clean drivers licence
- Excellent communication skills
- Compassion towards others
- Basic IT skills
- Ability to work well within a team
- Ability to Multitask
- Flexible approach
- Good time management skills
If this sounds like the role and an organisation you would like to be a part of, please apply now on the Qjumpers site here!
Applications close on: 7th February 2019
Our Vision: To provide high quality end of life care for all
Mission: To provide the best possible specialist hospice palliative care, enhancing the quality of life for those facing end of life and bereavement.
Compassion: Supporting one-another – patients, families, whanau, friends and staff, volunteers and colleagues
Advocacy: Ensuring equity of access to services for all our communities
Respect: Upholding autonomy of each person and their community, accepting one another’s cultures and beliefs
Quality: Committed to continuous improvement, aligned to values and core service