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  • Mental Health Nurses - Move to NZ with Geneva Health

    Author: HealthTimes

If you are thinking of bringing your skills and experience in Mental Health to New Zealand there is only one recruitment company you need call!

Geneva Health is proud to be recruiting Mental Health Nurses on behalf of three public health services, all located in the North Island.

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PLUS – if you decide to move to New Zealand, and commence employment before the end of 2011, Geneva Health will offer you (NZD) $1000 to help you set up your new life!  *conditions apply


We currently need experienced Registered Nurses with Mental Health experience for permanent contracts with the Acute Inpatient Mental Health Unit in this large public health service. This 58 bed unit is located in the heart of Auckland City with easy access to public transport and motorways. There is the opportunity for further in-service and tertiary education and you will work within this brilliant and enthusiastic multi disciplinary team.


The unit is a modern, purpose built facility which is comprised of two open wards and an intensive care ward for adult male and female service users.

New Zealand’s biggest and most populated city enjoys a premium waterside location and two stunning harbours that grant Auckland the nickname “City of Sails”.

Despite being an urban area, Auckland is a short drive away from the stunning landscapes such as the Waitakere Ranges or gorgeous West Coast beaches, such as Piha and Muriwai. This perfect combination of urban and natural makes the city an attractive place to live.


We are also seeking Registered Mental Health Nurses with experience in; either Community, Inpatient or Residential Rehabilitation to work in this beautiful part of New Zealand.
Hamilton is one of New Zealand's fastest growing cities with a population of 158,000, and provides the perfect environment for work and leisure.

Accessibility is one of the prime factors that makes Hamilton such a wonderful city to live in - and its river and lake walkways are a perfect example. From magnificent parks and gardens to a thriving cultural precinct, the city offers a vibrant combination of fine dining and nightlife options as well as an electric mix of leisure, lifestyle and activity choices.

With a location at the hub of the central North Island, you will have easy access to iconic attractions such as Waitomo Caves, the Hobbiton film set, Raglan's surf coast and the historic Te Aroha Mineral Pools and much more.


We need your skills and experience within this 27 bed acute inpatient ward. Working within the recovery model you will be working along side a multi disciplinary team, patients and their families to provide best clinical practice to clients with acute mental health issues.  With excellent access to public transport and close to shops, cafes and restaurants you will be in the cultural capital of New Zealand.

Wellington is the capital of New Zealand and a blooming city located at the south-western tip of the North Island. Set on the edge of a stunning harbour and surrounded by beautiful hills, the city is the country’s political centre.

The Wellington cultural scene is rich and vibrant, and there are always activities to do and things to see.  Wellington is also home to Te Papa, the Museum of New Zealand, the Royal New Zealand Ballet and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, as well as a number of other museums and art galleries. The city also has a number of high-profile cultural events such as the New Zealand International Arts Festival, the Cuba Street Carnival and the World of Wearable Art.

Why use Geneva Health

Geneva Health International is a leading recruitment agency, with over 12 years experience helping international and local health professionals to find their ideal role in New Zealand.  We work with public and private hospitals and facilities throughout New Zealand, giving you the best and largest choices available.  We not only find you a position but do so much more including:

• Assistance with CV writing and interview preparation
• Free guidance and support in gaining New Zealand Registration, Police Checks, visas and IELTs tests if required
• Extensive support once we have found you a position  including organisation of initial temporary accommodation, school, banking, tax, transport, networking with fellow expatriates etc

Benefits of using Geneva Health:

• Personal and professional service
- Prompt feedback. Your application doesn’t get “lost” in a large hospital Human Resources department where you become a “number” with no personal contact.
- We deal with immigration and relocation issues on a daily basis, so can offer you knowledge and guidance, including how to ship over your pets!
- We will contact your referees once, rather than if you apply to several hospitals who will all contact them making it time consuming for your referees.

• With Geneva Health, you get step-by-step guidance and support from an experienced recruitment consultant who has extensive knowledge of New Zealand’s towns/cities and the vacancies around the country as well as expert knowledge of the health sector.  We talk to you in detail to ensure that you (and your family) move to a location that suits your lifestyle and to a job that will match your skills.

• We have preferred supplier contracts and long-established relationships with a large number of hospitals throughout NZ, giving you great non biased options.

• Dedicated Recruitment Consultants that work with you to source you the right job and help you relocate to New Zealand.  These consultants are mostly Registered Nurses who have lived and worked in New Zealand so have first hand knowledge to share with you.

• Our offices are based in New Zealand locations so we are in constant contact with the health services here to ensure we are up to date with information and vacancies to pass on to you.

And what’s more, this service is completely free of charge to you!

Contact Erin McGlynn on free phone 1800 123 900 today to discuss submitting an application for this fantastic opportunity, e-mail [email protected] or apply online at


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