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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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District Nurse



Community Registered Nurse- Working in the District Nurse Team.

Full time and part time roles available consisting of rostered shifts, includes weekends, evenings and on call duties.

Shifts: 0800-1630hrs and evening is 1200-2030hrs after being on call overnight.

Are you looking for the opportunity to get into community work? Have you got a passion for wound care? Are you looking for a new challenge of caring for clients in their own home? Access Community Health is looking for a registered nurse to join our District Nursing team to provide outstanding care to our clients in the community.

District Nursing is a diverse role working with clients in their own home. This role would suit someone with medical and surgical experience. As a district nurse you would be expected to undertake Woundcare, catheter care, medication administration and general health assessments. Most of the role is Woundcare so having an interest and experience in this is an advantage. You need to have great communication skills, prioritisation skills, work collaboratively within a team and have great computer skills. You will enjoy working in a 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 Full drivers licence
  • 2 years medical/surgical experience
  • 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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