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When you join one of the many Access teams across New Zealand you can enjoy being part of a diverse culture that celebrates individuality, independence, innovation and positive health and safety.


Current Vacancies

Whether you’re just starting out in the health industry, or you’re looking to further your career, you could find your place within Access's team of over 4,000 staff across New Zealand. Our teams work from regional support centres and in clients own homes and cover a diverse range of roles including support workers, registered and enrolled nurses, care coordinators, support worker coordinators,  administrators, trainers and managers. Check out our current vacancies below.

While we welcome expressions of interest, all applicants must have the right to work in New Zealand.

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Community Registered Nurse


Timaru - South Canterbury

Community Registered Nurse

  • Full Time Position
  • Standard Hours: 40 hours per week
  • Shift: Day/Eve-08.00-16.30
  • Primary Shift: 8:00 AM – 16.30 PM
  • Weekend Needs: None

Are you looking to expand your nursing role to include community work?  Want to experience both urban and rural health?  Want better work life balance?  Access Community Health is looking for a registered nurse to join our South Canterbury nursing team.


The RN Case Manager is a collaborative member of the South Canterbury Nursing Team. Ideal candidate is a registered nurse, with experience in medical nursing.  This person will address complex medical & social challenges by clarifying goals of care, developing action plans, & prioritizing tasks. This person will support active skill-building for chronic condition management and address co-occurring social needs. This person will work collaboratively with primary care provider in South Canterbury, Older Persons Health, and community organizations.

You will enjoy working in a close-knit team, being exposed to clinical experiences not available to those in a large tertiary hospital while still enjoying the benefits of professional development and career opportunities in a large organisation.


  • Valid driver’s license
  • 2-3 years’ experience in medical nursing
  • Proven ability to communicate effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
  • Ability to work independently, demonstrated leadership skills, critical thinking skills and the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment are required.

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